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Here is what we know about the Coptic Church that was bombed in Egypt.
At the centre of Cairo, Egypt lies the ancestral home of a sect of believers, different in their own way, worshiping their deity, but never in peace.
Here is what we know about the recent terrorist attacks in Mogadishu.
Mogadishu, the capital city of Somalia, was thrown into mourning on Thursday after a bomb went off near a military checkpoint in the capital.
Nollywood has become an adult and must learn to accept criticism.
The Nigerian film industry, Nollywood, has grown on its own, surviving on quantity rather than quality and with little to no input from the government or entertainment investors.
What the success of ART X Lagos says about the Nigerian art sector.
There is a general idea that Nigerians don’t care much for art and anyone who thinks of becoming an artist is seen as unserious.
The UK refuses to acknowledge Jediism as a religion. What happened to freedom of worship?
The bid for the canonisation of the Temple of Jedi Order suffered a dent yesterday as the Charity Commission for England and Wales rejected the application from the order.
Internet blackout and gunfire in DR Congo: Joseph Kabila is going to great lengths to stay in power.
Despite protests by the people of DR Congo and the international community to prevent a deprivation of human rights, imposed Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) president, Joseph Kabila honoured his selfish interests over that of...
The Church of England appoints Woyin Dorgu as its first ever Nigerian bishop.
To increase its handful of minority ethnic clergy in senior leadership positions, the Church of England has appointed its first black bishop for 20 years.
Meet Simon Peter Otoyo, the ex-child soldier fighting stereotypes in Uganda.
When the pestilence of war strikes, it doesn’t spare children or their mothers. Children don’t just die from hunger or diseases, they also die in crossfires on battlefields–their innocence does not exempt them from death.
Five AFRIFF 2016 students gush about their experiences, and 15 others prepare for further training in the US next year.
The young and upcoming stakeholders in the Nigerian film industry who were selected to be students at the 2016 Africa International Film Festival (AFRIFF) Talent Development Training Workshops are arguably some of the most excited...
#BeatingWomenisHappiness is a sickening symptom of femicide in Latin America.
“The difference in Guatemala between the death of a man and the death of a woman is that the woman is raped before she is killed, she is mutilated … This does not happen to...