Quinton de Kock: South Africa keeper sorry over refusal to take a knee and says he is not racist

South Africa's Quinton de Kock apologises after refusing to take a knee against the West Indies and says he is "not a racist".

Agnes Wanjiru murder: Army chief appalled by Kenyan murder allegations

Agnes Wanjiru was allegedly murdered by a British soldier nearly 10 years ago.

Benin Bronzes: ‘My great-grandfather sculpted the looted treasures’

Nigerians welcome the return of artefacts - including Cambridge University's cockerel - looted in 1897.

Sudan coup: World Bank suspends aid after military takeover

Pressure mounts on the military to restore civilian rule as international bodies respond.

Archbishop of Canterbury criticises Ghana anti-LGBT bill

Justin Welby says he is "gravely concerned" by a Ghanaian proposal that would punish people for being gay.

Cambridge University college hands back looted cockerel to Nigeria

A ceremony was held at a Cambridge college to mark the official transfer of ownership.

No snow, no sponsors: The Gambian with Winter Olympic dreams

Meet Amadou Krubally, the Gambian bidding to become his country's first Winter Olympian in 100 days' time.

Sudan coup: Why the army is gambling with the future

The generals fear they are at risk if civilian rule demands accountability, argues Alex de Waal.

Covid: Charlize Theron wants fairer distribution of vaccines

The actress tells the BBC that nations must start sharing jabs to help reach the WHO's vaccination goals.

Agnes Wanjiru murder: Kenya family’s anger over UK army ‘cover-up’

In an interview with the BBC, her sister questions why the killer is still at large.