Mali's West African neighbours want the new military junta there to hand over to a civilian government immediately, so elections can be organised within a year. It will only ease sanctions once it sees progress. Lucy Fielder reports.
West African mediators and Mali's coup leaders have agreed "certain points" in negotiations aimed at restoring civilian rule following the ouster of President Ibrahim Boubacar Keita nearly a week ago. David Doyle reports.
Top West African officials are arriving in Mali’s capital following a coup in the nation this week to meet with the junta leaders and the deposed president in efforts to negotiate a return to civilian rule.View on euronews
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It's a movie about two women who fall in love, but in Nigeria - where same-sex relationships are criminalized - it's thought that the country's film board might not approve "Ife" for release. Angela Ukomadu reports.
Misan Harriman has become the first black male photographer to shoot the cover of British Vogue after editor Edward Enninful spotted his shots of Black Lives Matter activists. The Nigeria-born artist said it was an honour to capture the activists of the modern age. Report by Etemadil. Like us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/itn and follow us on Twitter at http://twitter.com/itn
The governing party in Guinea has asked President Alpha Conde to seek a controversial third term in office and after weeks of speculation, Ivory Coast President Alassane Ouattara has announced that he too is seeking a third term.
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Senegal's Lamine Diack, the former head of world athletics' governing body, was convicted in France on Wednesday of corruption in a Russian doping scandal and sentenced to spend at least two years in prison. Adam Reed reports.
Mali President Ibrahim Boubacar Keita and top government officials were detained on Tuesday by mutinying soldiers in the capital Bamako, plunging a country already facing a jihadist insurgency and mass protests deeper into crisis. Freddie Joyner has more.