Following Tuesday's attacks in Brussels which left at least 30 people dead, African residents in Matonge district prepare to pick up their lives and move on.
Belgian authorities have confirmed a nationwide manhunt for a suspect who fled a Brussels airport after his suicide belt failed to detonate. The day after the attacks, newspaper front pages revealed a world in horror. (23.03.2016)
Across Europe famous landmarks are lighting up the night sky in a display of solidarity with the residents in Brussels. The illumination of the Belgian flag in Paris, Berlin and Rome is a display of unity against terror. (22.03.2016)
The Belgian capital was hit by multiple bombings that left at least 31 people dead and dozens injured. Police are still on the hunt for one of the perpetrators, apparently affiliated with the so-called "Islamic State." (22.03.2016)
Such a display of unity is quite rare. European and African leaders attending a summit in Paris agreed that migration must be stopped - if the price is right, says DW's Bernd Riegert.
Cameroon has disputed a report that said 100 people died in anti-government protests. The African Union has largely remained quiet as secession sentiments gather steam in the central African nation.
European refugee policy is directed out of Brussels – a city where the negative consequences of that policy are on display. DW's Daniel Bellut reports from the Belgian capital's Parc Maximilien.
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