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Three civilians and a police officer are killed following gunfire in the Cameroonian city of Bamenda.Central African Republic says it will investigate how former tennis star Boris Becker was issued with a diplomatic passport.And a Tanzanian MP and rapper plans to sue a state institution for banning his song about prisons.
Ghana’s former football chief says he took money but not for corrupt purposes; Bola also asks is Nigeria’s military wise to tell displaced people to return home to areas affected by Boko Haram; And the Malian dubbed Spiderman returns home from his ‘honorary’ home in France to a hero’s welcome.
Reasons for delaying Cameroon's October elections. Gambia on course to host the next big gathering of Islamic Cooperation countries - but could the country not put the resources into its own development. And Tennis champion Boris Becker - claiming diplomatic immunity from bankruptcy proceedings says he is a sports Attache for the Central African Republic. But a government spokesman disputes the fact.
Mr Bemba had been given an 18-year sentence in 2016. But judges ruled that he could not be held criminally responsible for crimes committed by his troops in the Central African Republic; Medicins Sans Frontiers NGO helps transfer hundreds of Africans migrants adrift on the Aquarius rescue ship to Italian Naval ships bound for Spain after Italy refused them entry; Evidence of villages burnt, people tortured and killed in Cameroon by Government forces and Ambazonia separatists in Anglophone regions.
Spain 'takes in hundreds of drifting migrants'; murdered MP buried in Uganda; Mozambique authorities claim arrest of jihadists.
Burundi's leader Pierre Nkurunziza to step down in 2020; An undercover operation shows more than a hundred football officials accepting cash in sting operations in Ghana and Kenya; Afrobytes - the marketplace hooking up Africa's tech innovators with outside investors.
Ethiopia: What crown jewels can investors hope for? We hear from Botswana, a country which has been recognised for its stability and good governance in the latest Global Peace Index. Plus, we visit DR Congo's artist Eddy Kamuanga Ilunga's show in London.
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