Joe Biden takes oath as 46th president of the United States +++ Rwandan government hires 10,000 untrained teachers to curb the educational crisis +++Fears that hundreds of thousands of people might starve to death in Ethiopia's Tigray region
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March 8 marks the UN's International Women's Day — an occasion that is meant to be a global celebration. But with more and more women suffering each day, there is little to rejoice in Africa, writes DW's Mimi Mefo.
African media outlets perpetuated negative stories about Africa. At the same time, foreign-based media take a huge chunk of Africa's media landscape, according to a report by an NGO that wants to promote local content.
On this week's Eco Africa, we check out plastic tracking in Rwanda, see how scientists are trying to save Kenya's rare white rhinos and learn about investing in renewable energy in Burkina Faso.
The decision comes amid alarm over growing hunger among Tigray's 6 million population. Reports of a massacre in the historic town of Axum have also surfaced.
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