Earlier this year, a change of government ended 22 years of dictatorship in Gambia. But not everyone is convinced that things will improve. DW's Adrian Kriesch has been to Bambali, a Gambian village with hardly any young men left.
Thousands of African migrants trying to get to Europe end up trapped in Libya. Often they endure abuse, and some are even sold into slavery. DW's Migration Dilemma series looks at why people risk the journey.
Thousands of people have died in the Mediterranean Sea while seeking more sustainable living conditions in Europe. Despite various efforts by African and EU governments to curb migration, little has changed for refugees.
With fewer people leaving Senegal by sea and an increasing number of migrants returning, the question now is whether staying at home is a viable alternative.
DW’s new multimedia project 'The Migration Dilemma' traces the dangerous journey to Europe undertaken by West African refugees.
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