Across the African continent, these are the 5 stories you may have missed out on:
Family of slain Kenyan woman sues UK army to demand answers
The family of a young Kenyan mother allegedly murdered by a British soldier almost a decade ago is planning to sue the army to demand answers over her death, their lawyers said on Wednesday. – Today reports.
Chinese traditional medicine growth in Africa threatens wildlife
The Beijing-backed expansion of traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) in many African countries risks fuelling the illegal wildlife trade and threatens the future of some of the world’s most endangered species, a new report has warned. – Aljazeera reports.
UN says Ethiopia detains 72 World Food Programme drivers in war-hit north
The United Nations said Wednesday that Ethiopia had detained 72 drivers working for the World Food Programme (WFP) in the country’s conflict-torn north. – France24 reports.
Almost 4,000 people displaced by tidal surge in Ghana
Almost 4,000 people on Ghana’s coast were still displaced on Wednesday after a weekend tidal surge swept through more than 500 houses in the Volta region. – The Guardian NG reports.
2022 World Cup: Who needs to do what to reach Africa’s play-off places
The second stage of African qualifying for next year’s World Cup reaches its culmination over the next week, with games taking place between Thursday and next Tuesday. – BBC Sport reports.