Will Ross Africa editor, BBC World Service Around 65,000 people have fled a town in north-east Nigeria that has been attacked several times in recent days by suspected Islamist militants, aid groups say. All aid operations have been suspended in Damasak...
A woman who spent almost five years battling to adopt a boy in Uganda said it was "surreal" to now be living in the UK. Emilie Larter, 29, from Worcestershire, was volunteering for a children's charity in 2014 when she took care of baby...
Samba Cyuzuzo BBC Great Lakes A woman who won political asylum in the US after hiding her and her family's role in the 1994 Rwanda genocide has been deported to Rwanda after serving a 10-year jail sentence for lying. Béatrice...
DJ Edu This Is Africa It’s hard enough to forge a successful career as a musician anywhere, but how much more so when you’re from Africa’s newest nation, South Sudan? Kennedy O Lorya, better known as Dynamq, is getting there. After...
Shingai Nyoka BBC News, Harare Thousands of Zimbabweans are struggling to access education, healthcare and housing because they have been classed as stateless, Amnesty International says. The rights group’s report - We Are Like “Stray Animals” - details how Zimbabwean nationality laws have left...