Egypt: Somali teen who allegedly killed attacker released

The girl, 15, says she acted in self-defence after a tuk-tuk driver tried to rape her in Egypt.

Africa’s top Champions League final moments – Drogba, Salah, Eto’o, Mendy and Abedi Pele

Before Liverpool's meeting with Real Madrid, BBC Sport Africa looks at the top six African moments in European Champions League finals.

Drought’s devastating toll on Somalia’s children

The United Nations is warning that the country risks famine should global food prices continue to rise.

How ex-Gambia President Yahya Jammeh’s US mansion was seized

The US says the money raised by selling Yahya Jammeh's luxury home will be used to help his victims.

Traore on 2005 Champions League final: ‘I knew destiny was with us’

The Malian defender was the first person from his country to be a member of a Champions League winning team.

Africa’s week in pictures: 20-26 May 2022

A selection of the best photos from across Africa and beyond this week.

Using 3D-printing to build a school in Madagascar

Maggie Grout has started an NGO that will 3D-print schools where access to education is not guaranteed.

Eleven babies die in Senegal hospital fire

More than 10 newborn babies have died in a hospital fire in the western city of Tivaouane in Senegal.

Senegal hospital fire: Eleven newborn babies die in Tivaouane

The fire is thought to have been caused by a short circuit at the hospital in Tivaouane, officials say.

Nigeria’s kidnapping crisis: Should ransom payments be banned?

Businessman Lawal Ado has paid ransoms three times and says there is no other option.