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'Tortured' and shackled pupils freed from Nigerian Islamic school
Police find 67 pupils with chains on their ankles at an Islamic boarding school in the north.

Deadly parasite 'jumped' from gorilla to humans
Discovery of mutation 50,000 years ago could help in the fight against malaria.

Mohamed Salah: Electronics engineer stands in for striker as lookalike
Electronics engineer Ahmad Bahaa reveals he acts as a stand-in for Liverpool and Egypt striker Mohamed Salah in TV commercials.

Algerian and French federations to discuss friendly
Football bosses from both countries agree to meet in Algeria in early 2020 to talk about a first full international between the nations since 2001.

Cyril Ramaphosa on 'damaging' South African xenophobic attacks
President Cyril Ramaphosa says recent xenophobic attacks were "damaging" to South Africa.

Tunisia election: Kais Saied to become president
Conservative Kais Saied takes 73% of the vote in a run-off election against a media mogul.

Nigeria keeper Uzoho facing long injury lay-off
The 20-year-old vows to 'come back stronger' after rupturing knee ligaments in the Super Eagles' friendly against Brazil in Singapore.

Burkina Faso mosque attack kills 15 worshippers
The attack prompted many people to flee the northern village of Salmossi.

Eritrea - where ATMs are unknown and Sim cards are like gold dust
A BBC team gets rare access to Eritrea, often described as one of the most repressive states in Africa.

Yasuke: The mysterious African samurai
Yasuke was entrusted with decapitating his Japanese lord - a huge honour 500 years ago.

Why I went public about being raped, 67 years later
A prominent Ghanaian journalist writes about being sexually abused when she was just seven years old.

Nobel Peace Prize: Has Abiy brought peace to East Africa?
The Ethiopian prime minister has won the Nobel Peace Prize, but how successful has he been?

Africa's top shots: 4 -10 October
A selection of the week's best photos from across the continent.

Kenya's 'talking boxes' help girls break their silence on abuse
Girls in Kenya's biggest slum are breaking their silence about parental and sexual abuse.

Letter from Africa: Why Kenyans never quit
Not quitting brings glory on the athletics track but misery when political officials pass the buck after disasters.

US in Somalia: Is it still a safe haven for al-Shabab?
The US is reopening its embassy in Mogadishu - but what's the country's involvement there?

In pictures: Ethiopia's Oromos celebrate thanksgiving
Huge crowds turn out for the Oromo Irreecha festival, in Addis Ababa for the first time.

Men and boys chained up at Nigeria 'school'
Police say dozens of males were freed in a raid on the institution in Katsina state, Nigeria.

Sexual violence in South Africa: 'Our cops are supposed to protect us'
Norma Ka Mbele tells her story, amid protests over high rates of sexual violence in South Africa.

Tacko Fall: The tallest man in the NBA
The 7ft 5in Senegalese rookie only started playing basketball six years ago.

The vegetarian Maasai: Life in a culture based around meat
Meat is an essential part of daily life for Kenya's Maasai. But Anthony Mututua is a rare vegetarian.

Seeking a music star in Rwanda... and finding one
For record producers, finding new musicians is a constant quest but for this couple, the hunt took them far.

Eliud Kipchoge: Sub-two hour marathon 'will make history'
Long-distance great Eliud Kipchoge says he'll feel like the first man on the Moon if he does it.

Local Housing

This is one of the main issues facing local people. The inadequacy of social housing stock continues to be the main concerns of local people. And it is getting worst.

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Drugs And Illegal Substances

Taking illegal drug is always fraught with danger. You don't need me to tell you that - your grand mother will say the same. The high very often tend to perpetual low that you will never get out from. Get advise now before it is too late

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Knife Attacks

Who goes around with a knive as weapon of protection is deluded. It will inevitably be your comeuppance. Just in case you do not understand, it will kill you. There is no justification for carrying a knive excerpt when you are foraging in the jungle.

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Gang Culture

We were all young once - doing things adults will frown upon. This was at school or in the play grounds. But as we grew up, people we wanted to associate with start to shrink in numbers as our brain matured correspondingly and as a result doing the right thing. Pick your friends judiciously.

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Local Parks

From a personal experience - the local park is a refuge for meditation,physical exploration and mental rejuvination. Just go for a slow run and see how you feel afterwards. Physical and mentally rewarding. Don't just take my words for it - it is a scientific fact. Please do try it.

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