The Super Eagles, the three-time champions of Africa, failed to win a match in a coronavirus-disrupted 2020.
India urges United Nations to impose sanctions on militant organisations carrying out sexual violence
Large scale movements of refugees emanating from armed conflicts increase vulnerability of women to discrimination and exploitation, Paulomi Tripathi said.
George Weah, Liberia president and former world footballer of 1995, makes surprise return to national team at 51
Liberia president and former world footballer of the year George Weah made a surprise return to international football Tuesday at the age of 51 in a 2-1 friendly defeat by Nigeria.
Doctors Without Borders workers accused of 'prostitutes in exchange for medicines in Africa' remarks
Médecins Sans Frontières or Doctors Without Borders workers are accused of asking for sexual favours from prostitutes in Africa, in exchange for medicines
Weah easily beat Vice-President Joseph Boakai in Tuesday's presidential run-off, the culmination of 12 years spent building political credibility to match his huge popularity.
The revelations follow an internal investigation of how the organization handled more than $124 million during the 2014-2016 Ebola epidemic that killed more than 11,000 people
Democratic Republic of Congo declared its two-month Ebola outbreak officially over on Saturday after 42 days without recording a new case of the disease.
At Liberia summit, West African leaders warn Benjamin Netanyahu of threats to stability in region, hailed peacekeeping efforts
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Monday joined West African leaders at a summit in Liberia, where they hailed peacekeeping efforts in the region but warned about threats to stability.
As Liberia's security forces take over Thursday from UN peacekeepers for the first time since civil war ended 13 years ago, national pride is mixed with fears the underfunded police are not up to the task.
Liberia's health ministry said on Thursday the country was free of Ebola, meaning there are now no known cases of the deadly tropical virus left in west Africa.
Sexual transmission of the Ebola virus may have a major impact on the dynamics of the deadly disease, potentially reigniting an outbreak.
WHO's announcement about Ebola also comes as the organisation fights the Zika virus that has prompted concern in the Americas.
The latest flare-up of Ebola in Sierra Leone has ended, leaving no confirmed cases of the virus in West Africa, the UN said on Thursday, hailing a "milestone" in the fight against the outbreak.
The World Health Organisation confirmed Friday a new death from Ebola in Sierra Leone just a day after west Africa celebrated the end of the outbreak.
The World Health Organization (WHO) announced on Thursday that the Ebola epidemic that has ravaged west Africa for two years was over after Liberia, the last affected country, received the all-clear.
The two-year Ebola epidemic which laid waste to communities across west Africa and killed more than 11,000 people is due to be declared over on Thursday.
Using genomic analysis, researchers have found that a woman in Liberia contracted the deadly Ebola virus early this year after having sexual intercourse with a male survivor of the disease.
Liberia announced the return of the deadly Ebola virus on Tuesday, more than six weeks after the country eradicated the disease.
Liberia is now free of Ebola after going 42 days — twice the maximum incubation period for the deadly disease — without any new cases, the World Health Organization announced on Saturday.