Ugandans speak out against crime preventers+++Zimbabwe's constitutional court re-opens judicial year+++Half of all children in South Sudan out of school according to UNICEF
Gunmen attack French embassy and army headquarters in Burkina Faso +++ Countries contributing troops to the AMISOM mission in Somalia meet in Uganda +++ A Zimbabwe court orders the government and police to compensate farmers evicted by former first lady Grace Mugabe
African leaders call for more efforts to fight corruption and boost cooperation as AU summit ends+++23 African countries sign a treaty for cheaper air travel with free market launch+++Why farmers in Uganda are worried bout plans to introduce GMO in the country+++Cervical cancer on the rise in Zimbabwe
Zimbabwe and Gambia disposed of long-term rulers; Kenya and Liberia grappled with chaos after contested elections; terror attacks devastated Somalia and Nigeria. DW takes a look at the most important headlines of 2017.
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