Gunmen in Nigeria's northern Kaduna state have killed at least 33 villagers in a nighttime raid.
Eyewitnesses said they stormed the village on Saturday night, setting fire to homes as people slept and shooting anyone who tried to escape the burning buildings.
Several residents were injured, including local vigilantes who tried to fight back.
More than 120 political parties and civil society groups have formed a coalition to try to dissuade the Senegalese president Macky Sall from running for a third term of office.
Mr. Sall has not said whether he will consent to contest next year's vote, but disputes that it would be unconstitutional for him to do so.
Human Rights Watchers strongly criticize a British government scheme to compensate people wrongly accused of being illegal immigrants after traveling to Britain from commonwealth countries decades ago.
The advocacy group said victims of the so called Windrush scandal face lengthy and complicated applications.
The Windrush compensation scheme was set up in 2019 to help people who were told they were in the country illegally because they didn't have any official paperwork after arriving from the commonwealth decades ago as children.
It has been plagued by complaints ever since.
Victims say they've faced long delays and insultingly low compensation offers.
Now Human Rights Watch says the scheme should be taken out of the Home Office's control.
The Home Office has said it is committed to righting the wrongs of the scandal.
Police in Iran see more than 150 commercial premises have been shut down in the past 24 hours for not ensuring that female employees wear the compulsory hijab.
As the Iranian authorities step up measures to enforce the regulation, the police have also said that several hundred cases of women not wearing the head scarf have been recorded by speed cameras.