Born in Cameroon and raised in Germany – a life between two worlds. Elsa M’Bala expresses this in her music. She mixes the sounds from her African home with electronic music and spoken word. Sound art that brings both worlds together.
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Though Sultan Njoya Ibrahim acceded to the throne when the Germans were imposing themselves in Cameroon, he managed to reign with relative freedom. The King of Bamun was known to be a pacifist and a great inventor.
Berlin's Humboldt Forum is caught between provenance research and the debate over looted art. Right in the middle: Jonathan Fine, head of the Ethnological Museum. We accompanied him at work and on a 2017 trip to Cameroon
More than 60 years have passed since the first African country gained independence from European colonizers. We talk to young Kenyans about their views on neocolonialism.
Karim Khan, the new chief prosecutor of the International Criminal Court, is a controversial figure. Some in Africa loathe him for defending war criminals. Others view him as a hero for representing oppressed victims.
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