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  1. A swarm of painted lady butterflies land on a Carolina cherry tree as they migrate north from Mexic

    Millions of Painted Lady butterflies expected to start arriving in Britain

    Millions of butterflies are expected to start arriving in Britain this summer, in a once in a decade phenomenon.
  2. African safaris Lion King

    From the Kalahari to the Serengeti: Where to see the real Lion King in Africa

    With the re-release of Disney’s feature film whipping up renewed interest in safari vacations, here’s how you can see Simba and his pride in real ...
  3. A special voodoo fetish ceremony is held in Cotonou to encourage Benin's Africa Cup of Nations

    Football: Benin offers voodoo prayers for Africa Cup of Nations success

    The sound of drum beats, hand claps and women singing fills the air at a shrine in Cotonou in the West African nation of Benin, homeland of voodoo.
  4. Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari signs an agreement during African Union summit in Niamey

    Economic 'game changer'? African leaders launch free-trade zone

  5. FILE PHOTO: WTA Premier - Eastbourne International

    Tunisian Jabeur shining a path for Arab girls

    When Ons Jabeur takes on twice Wimbledon champion Petra Kvitova in the Wimbledon first round next week she will not just be playing for herself, ...
  6. Africa Cup of Nations 2019 - Group C - Algeria v Kenya

    Kenya still have a long road ahead to join Africa's elite

    Kenya still have a long, hard road ahead if they are to come anywhere near matching the success they have enjoyed in athletics on the football ...
  7. FILE PHOTO: Moses Udoh, an employee of online retailer Jumia, makes a delivery by motorcycle in Lag

    Jumia Food looks beyond Africa's middle class for growth

    Jumia Food, a unit of New York-listed e-commerce platform Jumia Technologies is offering cheaper menu options in its African home market to ...
  8. Tibor Nagy, the U.S. Assistant Secretary of State for Africa, speaks during a news conference

    Don't expect debt relief, US warns Africa