Nigeria is in shock after at least 21 people are gunned down at a Catholic church in a rare attack in south-western Ondo State. As the vice president visits some of the dozens wounded, more questions are raised about the country's worsening insecurity. Also, West African leaders say they'll keep ECOWAS sanctions on Mali. And Ryanair sparks a backlash by forcing South African passengers to take a test in afrikaans if they want to fly to the UK. Only 12 percent of South Africans use the language.
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