Chad says Boko Haram wreaking havoc despite offensive
After spending six years at Liverpool, Lovren recently left the club to join a club in Russia.
Biden Slams Trump Retweet Of Cameroonian Doctor Promoting Hydroxychloroquine, Calls Her A ‘Crazy Woman’
The Democrat slammed the president's retweet of a Cameroonian-American physician who frequently pushes conspiracy theories, calling her a "disgrace."
President Donald Trump walks-out of the White House coronavirus briefing to avoid answering questions from CNN correspondent Kaitlan Collins.
Africa heads to coronavirus landmark with worse to come
Black Lives Matter skirts North Africa despite everyday racism
WHO warns pandemic accelerating in Africa
Jihadist attack leaves 59 dead in northeast Nigeria
Virus crisis piles pressure on African media
Cameroon army confirms journalist died in custody, denies torture
Cameroon government under fire as virus tally rises
Tents and razor wire: Cyprus struggles with migrant influx
Augustin Bizimana: Genocide architect who cheated justice to the end
Virus stigma weighs heavily in sub-Saharan Africa
Virus could infect more than 200 mn in Africa: WHO modelling
The World Health Organization has warned that up to 190,000 people in Africa could die from coronavirus in the first year of the outbreak if the virus is not contained.
Up to 190,000 could die in Africa if virus containment fails: WHO
Cameroon admits army role in February killing of 13 civilians
Lionel Messi beats his former teammate Ronaldinho and was hailed best dribbler in history in a recent French media poll.
An Atlético Madrid midfielder from Ghana beats Lionel Messi in new La Liga rankings.
44 jihadists found dead in Chad prison: prosecutor
Chad army says 52 troops, 1,000 jihadists killed in offensive
Coronavirus: 'Worst yet to come' for countries in conflict, says UN chief
Coronavirus: ceasefires and resolutions in project at UN
Afro-jazz star Manu Dibango dies after contracting coronavirus
Earth's poorest continent has so far confirmed around 1,800 cases and 57 deaths -- a tally that is low compared with Europe, the Middle East and Asia, but is now ratcheting up quickly as testing remains patchy.
Coronavirus cases top 100,000 worldwide as markets collapse
Watchdog HRW accuses army in massacre in anglophone Cameroon
UN demands 'independent, impartial' probe of Cameroon deaths
Cameroon army blames accident for village 'massacre'