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Ghana's government dismisses suggestions the country suffers from religious violence, after 200 Ghanaian World Cup fans ask for asylum in Brazil.
Northern Ireland's Ulster Rugby apologise after a photograph showing two of their players dressed as the Ethiopian Olympic team appeared on a social media site.
Hackers briefly disrupt online voter registration for elections in Tunisia later this year, the election commission says.
Amnesty International identifies those it believes are responsible for atrocities committed in the Central African Republic over the last two years.
Fifa is to appoint a normalisation committee to organise elections for a new board for The Gambia Football Federation. BBC Sport
Crystal Palace's Moroccan striker Marouane Chamakh agrees a new two-year deal with the Premier League side. BBC Sport
Using the web to order from Ivory Coast markets
Tracking down Tunisia's one-man "haterazzi" at the World Cup BBC Sport
Is Kenya doing enough to tackle rise of hate speech?
War-torn South Sudan's oil-rich economy on brink of collapse
Talking to the chieftain about sexism
What happened to the high hopes of South Sudan's independence?
Will judge believe Oscar Pistorius' version of events?
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