Burundi peace talks take place in Uganda +++ 5,000 displaced by violence in Kenya +++ Young mothers helped in Kenya
Africa was long regarded as a partner of the Palestinians, but hoping for arms, development aid and cutting edge technology, many African states now seek closer ties with Israel. Cooperation, however, comes at a price.
Inter-Burundi dialogue resumes with less optimism, former Afghan President Hamid Karzai tells DW the United States's policy in Afghanistan likely to fail, Kenya to swear in President Uhuru Kenyatta for a second term, plus more...
Its all systems go as Ugandan President Museveni and Magufuli of Tanzania kicks off the proposed East African crude oil pipeline construction+++ In South Africa gun-related deaths continue as the government struggles to deal with gangs+++And we feature the plight of intersex people in Kenya
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