Is the ICC biased against Africa? Conflict Zone Senior Editor Peter Craven went on DW News to speak about the relevance of Ghanaian President Mahama's disputes with the ICC.
Ghana's President John Dramani Mahama is one of Africa's most influential leaders. He's lauded by the West for maintaining a stable democracy in an otherwise volatile region, but is that reputation justified? (06.10.2015)
The new leaks of financial records illustrate how powerful individuals and companies across Africa use offshore havens to not only avoid paying taxes, but also to hide bribery and illegal dealings.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel has won a fourth term, but will have to enter tough coalition talks to form a new government. What does Africa make of the election results? We've asked our DW correspondents to comment.
Ghanaians are electing their next president and 275-member parliament with voters worried by three years of economic downturn. Incumbent John Dramani Mahama is being challenged by seven presidential candidates.
An initial report said Angela Merkel’s Bavarian sister party would be seeing a shakeup - a report the party quickly denied. Bavaria's state premier, Horst Seehofer, has been under pressure over election losses.
Zimbabwe's ousted leader, Robert Mugabe, and his wife Grace will be allowed to stay in the country as part of the deal that led to his resignation. Ex-Vice President Mnangagwa will be sworn in as president Friday.
The US has ruled that tool chests imported from China have been subsidized and is slapping anti-subsidy duties on them. Trump’s tough stance on the Chinese appears to be kicking in, despite warmer words for Beijing.
The German government wants to bring back the children of German IS members who fought in Syria, according to a report. At least six children — including babies — are currently in detention centers in Iraq.
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