Student protests over increased fees in South Africa continue+++Uganda criticized over opposition arrests+++Learning to better use water in Israel
South Africa’s political parties urge Cyril Ramaphosa, to sanction charges of corruption against President Jacob Zuma+++Cameroon cracks down on secessionists in English speaking regions after four police officers were killed+++ Ugandan scientists develop super beans that are drought resistant and highly nutritious
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.
Israel published a list of groups it says support the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) movement. Critics say banning those on the list from entering the country violates people's rights to free speech.
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