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Egyptian Christians killed in a bus attack
A deadly attack on Coptic Christians in Egypt kills at least 28. Victory for Kenya's Ogiek community as Africa's top human rights court rules they have a right to their ancestral lands. Plus, new proposals on the law on prostitution in South Africa and our resident presidents talk marriage
The sex slaves of al-Shabab
A BBC investigation has uncovered an underground trade in Kenyan women by the al-Shabab militant group for sex and domestic slavery in Somalia. We look at why an hour's flight in West Africa can take three days and a detour to Europe, plus how a South African dance craze, 'Gqom', is breaking into the American market.
Roadside bombings kill police officers in Kenya
Roadside bombings kill nine police officers in Kenya. The operator of Cameroon's rail service faces blame for a train crash that killed nearly 80 people last october plus a look at a festival of Nigerian and Ghanaian literature, with writers battling over who is the best
WHO elects new head
The bombing at a concert in Manchester in which 22 people were killed has created a feeling of grief. World Health Organization elects new head - so who's Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus?
Tension and unrest in Tunisia
Protestors in Tunisia clash with police over unemployment and poverty. A unilateral ceasefire is declared by South Sudan's President Salva Kiir but it comes with a caveat.