Peter Olayinka: From earning $100 a month to facing Europe’s elite

Seven years ago Nigeria's Peter Olayinka was earning $100 a month in Albania now he is taking on the likes of Inter Milan, Barcelona and Borussia Dortmund.

South Africa hit by floods and power cuts

Some 700 homes have been swept away, power stations have been flooded and mining has been affected.

Floods and power cuts hit South Africa

Some 700 homes have been swept away, power stations have been flooded and mining has been affected.

Algeria jails two former prime ministers ahead of election

They were accused of abusing authority in a car manufacturing embezzlement scandal.

Camels gift from EU bewilders Mauritanians

The EU's gift of 250 camels to boost Mauritanian border security has been mocked online.

Why can’t this doctor work in the UK?

An refugee doctor would love to work in the UK, and the NHS would love to have him - but there's a hitch.

Ethiopia’s Abiy Ahmed: Inside the mind of this year’s Nobel Peace Prize winner

Ethiopia's Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed has published a book outlining his philosophy of "medemer".

West Ham 1-3 Arsenal: Gunners gain first win under Freddie Ljungberg

Arsenal beat West Ham to end a winless run of nine games and gain their first victory under interim boss Freddie Ljungberg.

West Ham 1-3 Arsenal: Gunners gain first win under Freddie Ljungberg

Arsenal beat West Ham to end a winless run of nine games and gain their first victory under interim boss Freddie Ljungberg.

Jose Filomeno dos Santos: Son of Angola’s ex-leader in ‘extraordinary’ trial

Jose Filomeno dos Santos is alleged to have stolen $0.5bn from Angola's Sovereign Wealth Fund.