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Jollof rice with fried plantain

The first food I ever cooked was boiled long grain rice. It was to be eaten with obe ata or red pepper stew, colloquially know as red stew, which my a(...)

 Members of the Economic Freedom Fighters and supporters protest outside the US embassy in Cape Town, South Africa. Photograph: Nic Bothma/EPA

Across the African continent, the killing of George Floyd in the US has prompted protests, but also debate about what a Black Lives Matter movement sh(...)

Densely populated regions will now come into line with the rest of the country. Photograph: Getty

Nigeria began easing restrictions on Monday in its capital Abuja and in the largest city Lagos, heralding the reopening of Africa’s biggest economy af(...)

A medical staffer watches from a tent at the Brescia hospital, northern Italy. Photograph: AP Photo/Luca Bruno

In the neverending war between humans and microbes, the smaller of those two combatants is perpetually probing for the weakest link. That could be a(...)

Travellers at Amsterdam Schiphol Airport. File photograph: Reuters

The World Health Organisation has said that the coronavirus could reach most “if not all countries”. The warning comes after more confirmed cases be(...)

Stories about the struggles emigrants face where they live in the world topped our most popular list this year - from the struggle of creating a new l(...)

The Custom House next to the River LIffey in Dublin. Photograph: iStock

Dublin has been ranked the worst city in the world to find a place to live for expats in a new study published on Tuesday. Ireland’s capital was in l(...)

Barrister Eboseremen, prosecuting lawyer in homosexuality case against 47 men arrested last year, at the Federal High Court in Lagos, Nigeria. Photograph: Temilade Adelaja/Reuters

Forty-seven Nigerian men have pleaded innocent to homosexuality in a court hearing in Lagos, one year after they were arrested. The men face a possib(...)

Johannesburg, South Africa. Enterprise Ireland has an office in Johannesburg and a presence in Nairobi in Kenya and Lagos in Nigeria

Plans are afoot to increase the value of two-way trade between the Republic of Ireland and Africa to at least €5 billion by 2025. Details of the plan(...)

  Customers can send up to €25,000 in a single transaction using PayPal’s new service. Photograph: Alan Betson

PayPal has launched its international money transfer service Xoom in Ireland, allowing users to send money to more than 130 countries. The service of(...)

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