Nigeria’s main opposition forms an alliance to unseat President Buhari in 2019 elections+++ Liberian war crime victims still awaiting justice 15 years after civil war+++Gambian entrepreneur recycling old discarded tyres
Over seven years after Ivory Coast’s crisis, the country's political scene remains divided. Army mutinies destabilized cities over the past few years, and victims feel that they have not been justly compensated.
Up to 700,000 African migrants are trapped in detention camps in Libya, the head of the African Union's commission says. EU and African leaders said they plan to devise "longer-term solutions for the migration issue."
Rumors about the health of Nigeria's President Buhari have swirled in the last few months and he is now said to be working from home. DW's Fred Muvunyi thinks it's time for Buhari to come clean and step aside.
A judge in Gambia said on Tuesday that a decision on President Jammeh's challenge to the poll results will not be heard until Monday next week, just days before President-elect Adama Barrow's expected inauguration.
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