Benin pushes for 'full restitution' as 26 looted objects destined to return to the country go on show at the Quai Branly in Paris
The Musée du quai Branly-Jacques Chirac in Paris is staging a farewell ceremony for the 26 objects about to be returned to Benin.
AC Milan's Players Highlights and Performances Over The International Break
AC Milan sent out thirteen players on international duty and they were exceptional.
Six out of seven coronavirus cases in Africa are going undetected, the W.H.O. says.
Official statistics on coronavirus cases in Africa give the impression that the continent has avoided the worst of the pandemic.
Who Killed African Icon Thomas Sankara? Trial Opens, 34 Years After His Death.
The president of the West African nation of Burkina Faso, an anticolonial leader celebrated across the continent, was assassinated in 1987.
Trial to open in Burkina Faso over killing of revolutionary hero Thomas Sankara
The trial of 14 men, including a former president, is poised to begin in Burkina Faso over the assassination of the country's revered revolutionary leader Thomas Sankara 34 years ago.
'Our imagination was violated': France to return African art
French President Emmanuel Macron said Friday that his country will return 26 African artworks - royal thrones, ceremonial altars, revered statues - to Benin later this month, part of France s long-promised plans to give back artwork taken from Africa during the colonial era.
Nollywood booming while African film industries could create 20m jobs - report
Film industries in Africa could quadruple in revenue to $20bn (£15bn) and create an extra 20m jobs in creative industries, according to a report about cinema on the continent.
Ex-Spurs defender Aurier joins Villarreal
Former Tottenham Hotspur defender Serge Aurier has joined Spanish side Villarreal on an initial one-year deal.
Nearly 60 Reported Dead in Effort to Reach Canary Islands
As the dangerous voyage from Western Africa to the Spanish archipelago has become a more popular migrant route to Europe, the death toll has risen sharply.
A Photographer Looks for Her Childhood in the Alps
My father, who is Swiss, was working for a couple of years in West Africa when he met the woman who would become my mother in her homeland of Guinea.