Start-ups in the West African nation celebrate as others ponder why their countries were snubbed.
Dr Faso faces a daily battle to save malaria infected children from dying in this rural hospital in Sierra Leone.
Jobo is downgraded from a cyclone but heavy rains, strong winds and possible floods are forecast.
After President Idriss Déby was killed by rebels, the army named his son as the new leader.
Jobo continues to weaken as it approaches coastal areas but disruptive weather is still a possibility. Chris Fawkes has details.
The BBC's Victoria Uwonkunda fled Rwanda in 1994 but it took time to recognise the impact it had on her.
Cricket South Africa has been stripped of its right to administer the game - putting the Proteas' participation in international matches in doubt.
Efforts to stabilise Chad could be undermined by feuds within the former president's family and the military.
Early trials show Oxford developers may have finally found an effective jab against the disease.
Nigeria's government backs Isa Pantami, who has previously expressed support for jihadi groups.
UFC head Dana White says that he wants there to be a round of the competition in Africa in 2022.
France's President Macron is among foreign leaders to pay their last respects to Idriss Déby.
A selection of the week's best photos from across the continent.
The WHO appeal comes after Malawi and South Sudan said they planned to destroy some 70,000 doses.
Mohammed Aisha had been living on a ship marooned off Egypt's Red Sea coast for four years.
Said Djabelkhir is out on bail and says he will appeal against his three-year prison sentence.
Actor Brahim Bouhlel and influencer Zbarbooking are seen swearing at children in a viral clip.
Thousands of black and Asian British Empire troops were not remembered properly, a report says.
Sudan seems to have sided with Egypt in its row with Ethiopia over a dam on the River Nile.
Mahamat, 37, is the same age as the late Idriss Déby when he seized power in 1990.