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Africa Matters: Nigeria Church Attack

This week, we begin in Nigeria, where people are still in shock after gunmen opened fire and detonated explosives at a Catholic church, killing dozens of worshippers, including children. Security analyst at Bonn University, Oyewole Simon Oginni joins us from Lagos to explain what it could mean for the country. In South Africa, academics question the global university ranking system used by the United Kingdom for its work visa programme, which excludes all African universities. In Ghana, sending money is as easy as making a phone call, but a new tax is making it more costly for people to do so on their phones.

Nigerian students describe ordeal after escaping kidnappers

Nigerian students describe ordeal after escaping kidnappers

Militia-Farmer Conflict: Fragile truce holds between farmers and 'bandits' in Nigeria

Militia-Farmer Conflict: Fragile truce holds between farmers and 'bandits' in Nigeria

Nigerian logistics firm provides online solution to retailers

Nigerian logistics firm provides online solution to retailers

Nigeria Attack: Suicide bombings kill many in Borno state

Nigeria Attack: Suicide bombings kill many in Borno state

Türkiye Moves Closer to Completing Its First Nuclear Power Plant

Türkiye Moves Closer to Completing Its First Nuclear Power Plant

Bosnia-Croatia Relations Tested: Election Law and Peljesac Bridge

Bosnia-Croatia Relations Tested: Election Law and Peljesac Bridge

#AlQaeda chief killed by US air strike

#AlQaeda chief killed by US air strike

Indicting a Former President | Inside America with Ghida Fakhry

Indicting a Former President | Inside America with Ghida Fakhry

Why Russia’s Balkan influence threatens region's fragile peace

Why Russia’s Balkan influence threatens region's fragile peace

One on One Express - UN Disarmament Chief Izumi Nakamitsu

One on One Express - UN Disarmament Chief Izumi Nakamitsu

Africa Matters: Scramble for Africa

Africa Matters: Scramble for Africa

Iraq's longest post-election deadlock sparks protests

Iraq's longest post-election deadlock sparks protests

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