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Ghana beat Argentina at U20's http://bbc.in/1ERATQA
Ghana survived a late fight-back to beat Argentina 3-2 in Group B at the Under-20 World Cup in New Zealand.
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Wow. More fire ma blackx, be cool oh de tym de chance iz on our hand.
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VIDEO: Nigeria bankers currency scam http://bbc.in/1ER1mhg
Officials from Nigeria's Central Bank are being taken court for fraud worth tens of millions of dollars.
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UN condemns aid chief's expulsion http://bbc.in/1EQe6oi
The United Nations has condemned South Sudan's decision to expel the UN humanitarian co-ordinator, Toby Lanzer.
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Tourist killed in SA lion attack http://bbc.in/1AITCmg
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Lucky off security in there games. De government mst hv enough security around it. To prevent so many ple who come frm different countrys.
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Today, join me, Bola Mosuro, at 15, 17 and 19 hours GMT, for Focus on Africa.
Our top stories: Just days after the inauguration of Nigeria's new president, news is emerging that the country's anti-corruption agency has arrested several officials from the Central Bank for fraud worth tens of millions of dollars. We'll unpick the story with our reporter in Abuja.
There's been a backlash from the tourism industry to South Africa's new visa regulations to prevent child smuggling. We hear from the industry and the Government.
And we'll get the latest on allegations that Kenyan police have been beating Somali civilians in the north eastern town of Garissa.
Please post your opinions and experiences on any of these stories here, and we hope to read some of them later, when we're on air; and please do remember to let us know where you're writing from. http://bbc.in/1dGR91y
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Police in Kenya have launched an investigation into photos posted on social media that appear to show officers whipping a group of Somalis. About ten young men are shown lying face down on the ground while they are being whipped by a man carrying a rubber hose and an assault rifle. The victims were identified as Somalis who had crossed into northeast Kenya. The pictures were posted on the Facebook page of a police official from the region.
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Congo FA officials banned by Fifa http://bbc.in/1AKGnkV
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In pictures: Senegal's Mouride Islamic sect http://bbc.in/1AK6c4L
A selection of photographs from a community in southern Senegal where members of the Mouride Islamic sect combine Islam and traditional beliefs.
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LISTEN: Here's a roundup of other stories making the news at 1500GMT Focus on Africa: A fuel tanker tragedy in Nigeria; Ebola health workers attacked in Guinea again; Mauritius set for first female head of state since Queen Elizabeth and Senegal bans flimsy plastic bags.
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Kenya police probe 'flogging' photos http://bbc.in/1AIQTt0
Kenya's police chief orders an investigation into claims that police flogged a group of young Somalis in north-eastern Garissa county.
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LISTEN: There’s anger over South Africa’s new visa regulations aimed at preventing child smuggling. We’ll be following the story @Focus on Africa 1500 and 1700GMT. http://bbc.in/1I0RzMV
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SA visa laws : Paranoia or security? http://bbc.in/1AInBe7
The BBC's Andrew Harding asks whether South Africa's new visa requirement - that foreign children must travel with their birth certificates - are needed to stop child trafficking, or an over-reaction.
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