June 25



June 24

  • Africa: Algeria Win Helps Turn Africa's World Cup Fortunes

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    After a poor start, Africa's 2014 World Cup is starting to look like it has the potential to be the continent's best ever, a perception nailed home by Algeria's stunning 4-2 Group... Read more »

  • Sudan: Woman Freed from Death Row Re-Arrested - Report

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    A Sudanese woman freed from death row has been arrested with her family at Khartoum airport, the BBC has reported. Read more »

  • Nigeria: Nigeria Faces Star-Studded Argentina

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    Nigeria have one foot in the second round of the World Cup but face their toughest test yet in the form of star-studded Argentina. Read more »

  • Cameroon: Indomitable Lions End With a Whimper

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    Cameroon coach Volker Finke believes their first half performance against Brazil on Monday was the best of their World Cup, but adds they lacked the quality to contain the host... Read more »

  • South Africa: Art is a Way of Life - Kim Mobey

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    South African Kim Mobey is a modern figurative artist. Read more »



June 23



June 22

  • Algeria: Algeria Stun South Korea With Historic Win

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    Algeria became the first African nation to net four goals in a World Cup finals match as they defeated hapless South Korea 4-2 in their World Cup Group H clash in Porto Alegre on... Read more »

  • Cameroon: 'We Can Do Better Against Brazil,' Says Coach

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    Cameroon will be desperate to end their 2014 World Cup on a high when they play hosts Brazil in their final Group A clash, with the host nation not yet certain of a passage into... Read more »

  • Nigeria: Coach Hails Nigeria's Fighting Spirit After World Cup Win [analysis]

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    Nigeria have put one foot in the second round of the World Cup following their 1-0 victory over Bosnia-Herzegovina on Saturday, and coach Stephen Keshi says he never felt a place... Read more »

  • Ghana: Appiah Proud of Black Stars' Performance [analysis]

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    Ghana coach Kwesi Appiah says it was his side's positive attitude that earned them an impressive point against Germany on Saturday, but admits the result is tinged with some... Read more »

  • Algeria: Upbeat Mood in Algerian Camp

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    Algeria will have taken plenty of heart from their clash with Belgium in their World Cup Group H opener, but know they will likely have to beat South Korea if they are to advance... Read more »

  • Nigeria: Odemwingie Ends 16-Year Wait for Super Eagles

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    Nigeria have taken a giant step towards the second round of the World Cup after Peter Odemwingie scored in the first half to give them a 1-0 win over Bosnia-Herzegovina in their... Read more »



June 21



June 20

  • Lesotho: Maseru Coalition Govt Under Threat

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    Lesotho is in political turmoil after Parliament was prorogued and one of the members of its coalition government threatened to pull out. South Africa has responded by expressing... Read more »

  • Nigeria: Super Eagles Have Everything to Play for

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    Nigeria can put memories of their disappointing 0-0 draw with Iran behind them if they get a victory against a very useful Bosnia-Herzegovina side in Cuiabá on Saturday. Read more »

  • Ghana: Black Stars Face Daunting Match-Up With Germany

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    Ghana's hopes of reaching the second round of the World Cup depend on getting something out of a match-up with an in-form Germany. Read more »

  • Cote d'Ivoire: Ivorians Still in Running for World Cup

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    Cote d'Ivoire's defeat at the hands of Colombia in Brasilia on Thursday was certainly disappointing for the African side, but by no means fatal to their second-round hopes. Read more »



June 19

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