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VIDEO: 'Bionic eye' allows man to see wife
An optical implant allows a man to see his wife again for the first time in years, and other technology highlights.
[BBC News]

VIDEO: What is 'car park pimping'?
For the BBC's Best Nightclub in Africa series, Radio 1Xtra's DJ Edu travels to Botswana to see how restrictive alcohol laws have affected the music scene.
[BBC News Africa]

VIDEO: Buhari: 'No talks with Boko Haram'
Nigeria's main presidential challenger, Muhammadu Bukari, has said he will not negotiate with Boko Haram should he win the election.
[BBC News Africa]

VIDEO: African singer Nneka's fairy tale
Singer Nneka speaks to Peter Okwoche about her new album.
[BBC News Africa]

VIDEO: Commutes made easier with maths
Using advanced maths to make your ride to work easier
[BBC News]

VIDEO: Nigeria suicide bus blasts kill 27
Suicide bombings at bus stations in two major commercial centres in northern Nigeria have killed at least 27 people, police and hospital sources say.
[BBC News Africa]

Machine learns to play video games
A machine inspired by the human brain has learned how to play 49 classic Atari video games - a step towards self-thinking robots, scientists say.
[BBC News]

Maggie Aderin-Pocock: 'The Clangers inspired me to become a space scientist'
Space scientist Maggie Aderin-Pocock discusses her life long obsession with the cosmos and how the Clangers inspired the first steps on her career path. Watch the full interview with Maggie in our 'Where I Went Right' video interactive, which also features three more films exploring the (...)
[The Guardian]

Sir Ranulph Fiennes: 'The mindset had to be that we would take a leap into the dark'
Explorer Sir Ranulph Fiennes, discusses his early career and the pivotal moment when a leap of faith led him into the world of competitive expeditions. Watch the full interview with Sir Ranulph in our 'Where I Went Right' video interactive, which also features three more films exploring the (...)
[The Guardian]

VIDEO: Brain-controlled drone shown off
A drone specialist in Portugal demonstrates a flight controlled by human brainwaves, and suggests a future of large-scale unmanned flying.
[BBC News]

VIDEO: Nigeria's richest asset under pressure
As Africa's largest oil producer, Nigeria is concerned with the volatile price of oil and its effect on investment in the country.
[BBC News Africa]

VIDEO: Speedboat crashes into beach restaurant
A speedboat has crashed into a waterfront restaurant on a beach in Florida.
[BBC News Americas]

VIDEO: Manatees pulled from drainage pipe
More than a dozen manatees which got stuck in a drainage pipe in Satellite Beach, Florida, have been rescued by police and firefighters.
[BBC News Americas]

VIDEO: Liberia's Ebola human waste dilemma
New Ebola infections have fallen in Liberia, but it still has the problem of what to do with huge quantities of potentially infectious human waste.
[BBC News Africa]

VIDEO: US buyers to take Cuba cigars home
Cigar enthusiasts from around 80 countries have gathered in the Cuban capital Havana for the country's annual cigar festival.
[BBC News Americas]

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