African 'kings' help Liverpool win Premier League.

After three decades of waiting, Liverpool's victory at the top of the Premier League was spurred on by four key African players.

They are Sadio Mane of Senegal, Mohamed Salah of Egypt, Joel Matip of Cameroon and Naby Keita of Guinea. The Confederation of African Football, CAF, described the four players as kings, saying they made Africa proud.

Mane and Salah were joint top-scorers last season, along with Arsenal and Gabon's Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang.

Liverpool are the newest club to have the honour of winning the league--after Manchester United and Man City, Chelsea, Arsenal, Leicester City and Blackburn Rovers.

Egypt reopens pyramids of Giza

Egypt reopened the pyramids of Giza in June, after a three-month closure due to Covid-19. Dozens of excited tourists snapped selfies as they wandered around Egypt's most iconic ancient site.

The pyramids were the country's first tourist attraction to reopen, along with the Egyptian Museum next to Cairo's Tahrir Square.

Director-General of the Giza Plateau, Ashraf Mohi Al-Din, said:

"We are announcing the reopening of the archaeological site of Giza to visitors as of today. We have received about a hundred people, of course following the procedures laid down by the Ministry of Health."

Farid Cortes, a Colombian tourist, was among the first to visit: "We decided to come to the pyramids today because, since they have been closed for so long, we felt that...

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