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May 21, 2013
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Armed hostilities continue in northern Mali and President Amadou Toumani Touré has promised to be firm in the fight against Tuareg rebels.
More than 25 football stars have spoken out in solidarity with millions of people facing hunger across their region as the 2012 Africa Cup of Nations kicks off Saturday in Bata in Equatorial Guinea.
In football, it is quite normal for a team to lose 3-0, 6-zero or even seven, eight or nine-0 to an opponent.
The Liberia Football Association has described the death of national team coach, Bertalan Bicskei as "disturbing."
A feud between Sierra Leone’s football icon, Mohamed Kallon and his father has escalated, with the star being arrested by police, after failing to show up in court.
Transparency International is calling on world soccer governing body FIFA to postpone its presidential elections set for Wednesday 1 June.
Liberia Football Association has sharply reacted to CAF Executive Committee’s decision to support incumbent FIFA president Joseph Blatter for the ensuing election and disband WAFU shortly after the body’s second Nations Cup in Abeokuta in Nigeria.
On several occasions, Liberia’s soccer legend turned politician Georg Weah had strongly refused to be vice presidential running mate to several top politicians.
Deals with two of Liberia’s top opposition figures, including lawyer Winston Tubman, were later broken, as Weah had refused to become second fiddle.
CAF names Johannesburg host city for African Youth Championship.