Ghana tightens border controls after gunmen killed 29 people, mostly foreigners, in an attack on a Ouagadougou hotel in neighboring Burkina Faso. Maxwell Suuk reports.
Amnesty International accuses EU countries of complicity in Libya migrant abuse +++ During President Steinmeier's visit, Germany to assist Ghana with 100 million euros +++ South Sudan's President Salva Kiir declares state of emergency in three states
German President Frank-Walter Steinmeier signed a multi-million dollar partnership with Ghana on his first trip to Africa since taking office. Germany hopes the accord might help curb migration to Europe.
The African Union has said up to 6,000 Africans who fought for the so-called Islamic State jihadist group in Iraq and Syria could return home. DW spoke to security analyst Ryan Cummings on the implications.
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