Attacks in Brussels affect local Africans ++ Football game brings excitement to South Sudan ++ New education requirements rile politicians in Zambia
How African residents in Brussels are coping after Tuesday's attacks
In the small West African country of Togo, belief in witchcraft is widespread. A 2009 survey by Gallup found that just over half of sub-Saharan Africans believe in the practice. It's often seen as the cause for anything unusual, from sickness to crop failure. Those accused of being witches or wizards are abused and ostracized — and many are children. Laura Salm-Reifferscheidt reports.
Plastic bags and bottles litter streets and beaches across Ghana. It's not just an eyesore — clogged-up drains lead to flooding that attracts mosquitos and disease. In the run-up to Earth Day, Ghanaians are cleaning up.
How far should the EU go to reach its migration agenda? Researchers in Berlin looked at the cooperation between the EU and authoritarian states in Africa.
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