“We know we’re not going to be perfect, but our goal is continuing, ongoing improvement,” said a Facebook official.
How To Stop Fake News In A Country Where The President Has To Repeatedly Deny Rumors That He Is Dead
The spread of misinformation in Nigeria is threatening to upend its upcoming elections, so Nigerian journalists have united across newsrooms to fight it.
Slavery is thriving in Libya, where thousands of black Africans hoping to get to Europe instead find themselves bought and sold, forced to work for nothing, and facing torture at the hands of their owners.
“It’s the real me,” said Muhammadu Buhari.
The Nigerian army posted a video of Trump after it was accused of killing 45 demonstrators.
Rihanna's Fenty Beauty is also a nominee.
Pour le photographe Andrew Esiebo, le football est bien plus qu'un jeu.
For photographer Andrew Esiebo, soccer is much more than a game.
Because the World Cup is really just another excuse to eat.
The kits! The suits! The track suits! The travel gear!
Nigeria is facing catastrophic levels of opioid addiction — and no one seems to know how to stop it.
Lassa fever is spread to humans from infected rodents. Here's what you should know.
As a young African writer who came to the US for college, Akwaeke Emezi worried that she wouldn’t get published with her abstract style. She found the nerve to write the book she wanted anyway.
My beliefs as a conservative evangelical teenager were dogmatic and fervent — until they weren’t. Now I know there was never any place in that faith tradition for someone like me.
"I want to see progress, I want to see goodness, and I don’t want them to go through such pain."
“I know the opportunities I've been afforded as an immigrant," the breakout star of Insecure told BuzzFeed News. "I think these DREAMers can benefit from those same opportunities.”
One of Russia's most famous conmen ran a pyramid scheme that earned him billions of dollars before he was jailed for fraud. Now he lives in hiding, but that hasn't stopped him targeting Nigeria.
"A Marvel story. Written by a Nigerian Woman. Set in Lagos. Superhero's name: NGOZI. What a time to be alive."
In einem Fall wurde ein junges Mädchen, das ein Baby trug, mit angelegten Sprengstoffgürteln auf einen Marktplatz geschickt,
In one case a young girl, carrying a baby, was strapped with explosives and sent into a marketplace.
BBC is the first international broadcaster to use a language spoken by millions in West Africa.
The push for the #NotTooYoungToRun bill comes as Nigeria’s ailing 74-year-old leader is publicly pictured for the first time in almost 80 days.
North Korea's brand of communism was once welcomed with open arms across revolutionary Africa. These days, the cause is still carried on by a few thousand fervent believers.
“This is not the first time this has happened to writers in Nigeria and a few months ago one of them got killed," a Nigerian LGBT activist told BuzzFeed News. "I’m sure this is not going to be the last time."
The girls were among hundreds abducted by the Nigerian terrorist group in 2014.
"I'm wondering what must have made him relate it to Ireland even if he loves the lines," said a Nigerian man that says he wrote a poem the lines Trump quoted appears in.
"This opportunity has given me a second chance at life; enabling me to go back to being a mother to my beautiful daughter," May Brown said. "I will forever be grateful to the great British public for the support."
The Matharoo sisters are charged with attempting to blackmail a Nigerian billionaire, threatening to expose alleged evidence that he had cheated on his wife.
The three US-based women are raising funds to get together the equipment and training they need to be the first African bobsled team to compete in the Winter Olympics.
"I am here to tell the story of my people, and the damage that Shell has done to my community," King Emere Godwin Bebe Okpabi told BuzzFeed News.
BuzzFeed News spoke to women who fell for men that turned out to be elaborate fake identities created by fraudsters.
"Welcome to Nigeria anytime."
A new report from Human Rights Watch said nearly 50 women who fled Boko Haram were abused by officials.
“If it continues like this, me, I’m not going to be part of any movement again,” Aisha Buhari told the BBC.
Ça demande un certain coup de main, mais ça vaut le coup!
President Muhammadu Buhari said those responsible for the cribbed speech would be punished.
Top 40’s dancehall obsession is paving the way for America’s first Nigerian pop stars.
The Facebook founder made a surprise visit to the West African country and it was lit.
"There's a distinction between calling President Buhari a dog, and naming a pet dog Buhari."
Chierika Ukogu of Nigeria actually placed 20th, but still has an awesome Olympics story.
On the 10th anniversary of Half of a Yellow Sun, the Nigerian author talks about the impact of her work.
It's been a long week, but this roundup is short and sweet.