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Africans tune into World Cup in their millions: ratings

The first-ever survey of World Cup viewing habits among Africans has given added weight to what has long been suspected — fans across the continent


Nigeria Boko Haram crisis: ’20 women abducted’ in north

Suspected Boko Haram militants have abducted at least 20 women close to where 200 schoolgirls were kidnapped in northern Nigeria, eyewitnesses say. The women were


Lamido Sanusi named as new emir of Kano in Nigeria

he ousted central bank governor and prominent government critic, Lamido Sanusi, has been named as the new emir of Kano in Nigeria. The new emir


Nigeria’s Boko Haram crisis: Maiduguri ‘preachers kill dozens’

Suspected Boko Haram militants have launched an attack in a village near the north-eastern Nigerian city of Maiduguri, killing about 45 people. Survivors told the


Nigeria kidnapped girls: Support rallies banned in Abuja

Nigerian police have banned public protests in the capital Abuja for the release of more than 200 schoolgirls seized by Islamist militants in April. Abuja


Northern Nigeria bomb blast ‘kills football spectators’

At least 14 people have been killed in a bomb attack on a bar that was screening a televised football match in north-eastern Nigeria, police


Nigeria army ‘knows where Boko Haram are holding girls’

The Nigerian military say they know where the girls kidnapped by Boko Haram are but they will not attempt a rescue. Nigeria’s Chief of Defence


The Rwandan and Nigerian female football teams to play at Rubavu

The FERWAFA football federation told the media that the match between the Rwandan and Nigerian football teams will take place in Rubavu due to the


More than 100 killed in Nigeria twin blasts

Twin car bombs that exploded at a crowded bus terminal and market in Nigeria’s central city of Jos have killed at least 118 people, the country’s emergency


Africa leaders declare ‘war’ on Nigeria Boko Haram

African leaders meeting in Paris have agreed to wage “war” on Nigeria’s Boko Haram Islamic militants. President Hollande of France, who hosted the summit, said