Attacks in Brussels affect local Africans ++ Football game brings excitement to South Sudan ++ New education requirements rile politicians in Zambia
Parliament voted in favor of increased presence in North Africa and cutting the number of troops in the Middle East. Rome hopes to fight the human trafficking that has brought hundreds of thousands of migrants to Italy.
Congolese security forces have fired tear gas in and around churches to break up large protests against President Joseph Kabila. At least seven deaths and dozens of arrests were reported.
Throughout much of Africa, young people still have no say in politics. In 2018, elections will be held in Zimbabwe, Cameroon and Guinea. However, generational renewal is not in sight. DW examines why.
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