In Uganda, the outbreak of the coronavirus in China is forcing businesses to look elsewhere for imports. Many Ugandans are considering alternative import markets such as India and Dubai.
African countries have imposed tough measures against COVID-19. But it may come at the cost of other untreated diseases such as malaria and AIDS.
Chancellor Angela Merkel said that although Germany is still at the beginning of the pandemic, the country has been able to get a better grip on the outbreak. Follow DW for the latest.
Beijing is helping many countries, mostly developing ones in Africa, fight the coronavirus pandemic. But taking support from China's communist government has its moral downsides, says DW's Dang Yuan.
Ambassador Brita Wagener talks to DW about Ethiopia's reforms, its impending constitutional crisis prompted by its deferred August elections and how COVID-19 is affecting AU-EU relations.
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