The Kofi Annan Business School Foundation awards scholarships to promising students from developing countries. Those selected study at the European School of Technology (ESMT) in Berlin.
Karamba Diaby is Germany's first African-born MP. Now he's fighting to get re-elected. Despite threats and racist insults, he's determined not to give up. DW's Daniel Pelz reports from Diaby's hometown of Halle.
A British study has found that Saudi Arabia plays a key role in the radicalization of Muslims. The Wahhabi influence, fueled by oil money, can be seen in Germany as well, says researcher Susanne Schröter.
The 2017 Ibrahim Index of African Governance was released on Monday. Philanthropist Mo Ibrahim spoke to DW about Africa's demographic dilemma, the Zimbabwe coup, and Ghana as a model of democracy.
It's been 50 days since Cameroonian authorities imposed an internet blackout on English-speaking regions in the majority French-speaking nation.
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