2018: Senegal

  1. 13 killed by gunmen in Senegal's restive Casamance region (The New Zealand Herald)2018-01-06
  2. Senegalese military says 13 people have been killed by gunmen in the southern Casamance region (The New Zealand Herald)2018-01-06
  3. 13 killed by gunmen in Senegal’s restive Casamance region (Washington Post)2018-01-06
  4. Gunmen kill 13 in Senegal's Casamance region, says army (The Sydney Morning Herald)2018-01-06
  5. Gunmen Kill 13 in Restive Southern Region of Senegal (New York Times)2018-01-07
  6. 13 killed in Casamance, Senegal's Macky Sall orders probe (Daily Nation)2018-01-07
  7. Senegal residents call for justice after deadly attack (Washington Post)2018-01-12
  8. Senegal residents call for justice after deadly attack (The New Zealand Herald)2018-01-12
  9. 13 killed in Casamance, Senegal's Macky Sall orders probe (Daily Nation)2018-01-13
  10. This is why Ellen Johnson Sirleaf was just awarded the $5 million Ibrahim prize (Washington Post)2018-02-13
  11. Superheros real and imagined in Africa's top photos (BBC)2018-02-16
  12. Aston Villa 0-1 Fulham (BBC)2018-05-26
  13. Premier League: Sale of two domestic packages imminent - Richard Scudamore (BBC)2018-05-27
  14. John Terry: Aston Villa captain leaves after play-off final defeat (BBC)2018-05-30
  15. Man City: Premier League champions close to signing Riyad Mahrez and Jorginho (BBC)2018-05-31
  16. Lord Sugar criticised for tweet comparing Senegal team to 'beach sellers in Marbella' (BBC)2018-06-20
  17. World Cup 2018: Japan come back twice against Senegal to draw 2-2 (BBC)2018-06-24
  18. World Cup 2018: Lionel Messi looks stressed, which is a real worry - Pablo Zabaleta column (BBC)2018-06-26
  19. World Cup 2018: Are women being picked on? (BBC)2018-06-26
  20. Rojo strikes late to send Argentina through in World Cup 2018 (Al-Jazeera)2018-06-26
  21. Can the BRICS propose a new development paradigm? (Al-Jazeera)2018-07-25
  22. Senegal's Sinking Villages (Al-Jazeera)2018-07-25
  23. BRICS summit: Leaders push for unity on trade (Al-Jazeera)2018-07-26