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Tuesday, 25th July 2017
What now for tens of thousands of Africans working illegally in Saudi Arabia after a deadline to leave expired? Sierra Leone's giant diamond found in March is still unsold. Why?
What Africa is doing right to triumph over HIV
Researchers say they're hopeful that patients with HIV may soon be able to take long-acting injections. Plus Nigeria's President Buhari - who's been in London for 80 days on medical leave - meets ruling party governors, but when will he return home? And Botswana's retail king shares his business insights.
Migration watchdog reports spike in number of young girls trafficked from Africa to Europe
The International Organisation for Migration reports a sharp spike in the number of African girls being trafficked to Europe, especially from Nigeria. A flurry of court cases to be settled before the Kenyan elections. Also: African high schools excel at an international robotics competition.
Africa Cup of Nations expands to 24 teams
From 2019 the Africa Cup of Nations will be contested by 24 teams. A report on the business networks that have enriched the president of the DRC. Happy Birthday Harar.
Harsher sentences for those who rape children in Zimbabwe
Harsher sentences for those who rape children in Zimbabwe. Fake news and attack ads in Kenya. An all-female musical collaboration in Ghana.