Reaction from Minnesota in the United States, where former police officer Derek Chauvin has been convicted of the murder of George Floyd. The incident prompted protests against racism and police brutality around the world.
Plus, Nigeria's foreign minister Geoffrey Onyeama shares his thoughts following the death of Chad's president Idriss Déby.
And a special report from Ghana on how AI technology is helping farmers improve their crop yields.
A spokesperson for Chad's national army said President Idriss Déby died from injuries he sustained while visiting front-line troops in Kanem province where they have been fighting rebel forces. The late president's son, Major General Mahamat Kaka, has been declared the interim leader and a dusk-to-dawn curfew has been imposed.
Chad's army says it has killed at least 300 rebel fighters who had launched a major incursion in Kanem province. However there are fears of an escalating conflict spreading to the capital, N’Djamena.
Residents have been evacuated and historic university collections have been destroyed as a huge fire rages around Cape Town’s Table Mountain.
And fans are not happy with a proposal from 12 of Europe’s biggest football clubs to form a breakaway Super League.
Human rights organisations in Algeria say they are worried for the health of twenty-three protesters who have been staging a hunger strike after being detained at the beginning of April.
An orange juice drink sold in Nigeria’s Kano State is feared to have caused the death of ten people
Thousands of Zimbabweans are struggling to access education, healthcare, and housing, because of statelessness, says Amnesty International
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