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VIDEO: Guide to Africa's month of elections
Ahead of elections in Guinea, Ivory Coast and Tanzania, BBC Africa gives you the political lay of the land in this bite-sized video.
[BBC News Africa]

VIDEO: 'I was a child soldier in Kony's army'
At 12 Polline was forced to become a soldier in Joseph Kony's army, now 26 she is telling her story to some of the most powerful and famous women in the world to raise awareness.
[BBC News Africa]

VIDEO: Actors discuss Cannes success of Lamb
In May this year, the film Lamb became the first ever Ethiopian movie to have made it to the prestigious Cannes festival official selection.
[BBC News Africa]

Games voice actors approve strike
The US actors who voice video games have voted to strike over pay and conditions unless agreement with publishers can be reached soon.
[BBC News]

VIDEO: Grandmothers on the march for HIV/Aids
Around 400 grandmothers from across Africa have met in Uganda to share their experiences of dealing with HIV/Aids.
[BBC News Africa]

Cyber-thieves hit YouTube Fifa gamers
Six of the most successful Fifa video gamers to feature on YouTube have been targeted by cyber-thieves.
[BBC News]

VIDEO: Satirist: Creative ways to cross Zambia's roads
Satirist Ikenna Azuike is back with the latest news from the continent in 90 seconds - What's Up Africa.
[BBC News Africa]

VIDEO: The assassination of Egypt's President Sadat
On 6th October 1981, President Sadat of Egypt was assassinated by gunmen at a military parade.
[BBC News Africa]

VIDEO: Kickflipping with skaters in Africa
Skaters at the Kimberley Diamond Cup Skateboarding World Championships explain why the sport is taking off across Africa.
[BBC News Africa]

VIDEO: Life as a South African hawker
On the streets of Johannesburg hawkers sift through items of waste to sell for recycling.
[BBC News Africa]

Back to the Future: Science fiction turns science fact
Flying cars, hoverboards and video chat – a very futuristic vision for the year 2015 was presented in the movie “Back to the Future Part II”, released in 1989. Now, shortly before “Back to the Future Day” on October 21st, 2015, it is time to check whether reality has indeed kept up with the daring (...)
[Science daily]

'Problem solved': Humorous image fixes Tourism NZ error
A Tourism NZ promotional video showing a campervan driving on the wrong side of the road has been fixed - but only in a mocking image.The video, by American online videographer Devin Graham, was pulled from YouTube yesterday (...)
[ - travel]

Fraudulent views of videos impact advertising industry and society widely
Researchers have reached striking results in their recently published paper Understanding the detection of fake view fraud in Video Content Portals. For the first time, it has been demonstrated that video portals are very vulnerable to fraud by fake views from robots (...)
[Science daily]

Tourism NZ video pulled from YouTube
Tourism NZ has confirmed a promotional video of New Zealand it commissioned with a popular American videographer has been indefinitely pulled off the internet after it featured a campervan driving on the wrong side of the road.Deborah...
[ - travel]

VIDEO: Oregon survivor 'saved by victim's blood'
The father of a woman who survived Thursday's college shooting in Oregon has said he believes the blood of one of the victims saved his daughter's life.
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