Attacks in Brussels affect local Africans ++ Football game brings excitement to South Sudan ++ New education requirements rile politicians in Zambia
The Democratic Republic of Congo will hold elections in December. Campaigning in the country's war-torn eastern region is particularly perilous, but that hasn't stopped one candidate from hitting the trail — on foot.
In a split-screen reality, as the Trump administration continues to slash the number of refugees admitted to the US, two Montana communities have gone the opposite way. One of them elected a former refugee as mayor.
The DR Congo plans to go to the polls in just a few months. The opposition needs a consensus candidate if it wants to have a chance at the presidency, experts say. This looks highly unlikely.
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