The British prime minister called for tighter cooperation on security following the hostage crisis in Algeria earlier this month that left 37 foreign hostages dead, including as many as 6 Britons.
Berlin is under pressure to deport refugees from so-called "safe countries of origin" back to their homelands. But a country like Algeria has other challenges to overcome before it takes back its people.
Mali, Burkina Faso and now Ivory Coast: The terrorist organization al-Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb (AQIM) is behind the recent attacks in West Africa. The militant organization is vying for power with Islamic State.
As the bodies of Japanese victims of the recent terror attack in Bangladesh return home, questions are raised about the protection of development experts employed in overseas hot spots. Julian Ryall reports from Tokyo.
President Issoufou's first term has not impressed most Nigeriens. They are unhappy with the continued presence of foreign military bases in the country and his failure to fulfill his promises.
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