BBC Africa looks back at the career of the first black African to become UN secretary-general.
Ara Thunder is one of a few women in Nigeria who play the traditional "talking drum" instrument.
Etched with an "ochre crayon", the 73,000 year old drawing looks a little like a modern-day hashtag.
A British couple who died at Egyptian hotel were killed by E. coli, the country's authorities say.
The new law criminalises sexual harassment and imposes tougher penalties on perpetrators.
Gabon's sports minister Alain Claude Billie By-Nze says Spanish coach Jose Antonio Camacho's contract will not be renewed at the end of November.
Cameroon's Pierre Webo returns to sign for Nacional in Uruguay 18 years after he first signed for the South American club.
The France-based former lead singer of band Carte de Séjour died of a heart attack, his family say.
EU wants to focus on trade and on partnerships with Africa - not conflicts and charity.
Sunderland give notice to terminate Papy Djilobodji's contract, saying the defender returned to the club late and unfit.
Algerian club USMA seem unrepentant over chants about Saddam Hussein that led to the Iraqi Air Force side to walk off the pitch and forfeit the match.
The European Commission chief will deliver his annual speech, with Brexit and populism also prominent.
Flights are diverted from the Libyan capital's sole working airport, which had only just reopened.
Ethiopian Belachew Girma can laugh for hours on end and is encouraging others to join him.
Journalist Wilf Mbanga reflects on his return home 15 years after going into exile fearing for his life.
The BabySaver can help to resuscitate babies at birth and is being hailed as a "game changer".