The film board in Nigeria, where same-sex relationships are banned, says the film violates strict laws on homosexuality.
BBC Africa explains the facts behind 'protective badges' that some politicians have been wearing.
Nigerian Tobiloba Jolaosho was detained for recording at his country's revered Osun-Osogbo grove.
BBC Panorama talks to a crime gang that organises 20-30 illegal operations a week.
He was stopped trying to enter parliament, but it is not clear what he was doing there.
Paul Rusesabagina declined to enter any pleas in court but his lawyers denied the charges against him.
Mercy Baguma was found next to her crying baby - her case sparked criticism of Britain's asylum system.
The headquarters of military commander Khalifa Haftar are torched in his eastern base of Benghazi.