A country once known in the West for famine is now home to this year's Nobel Peace Prize winner, Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed. He's pushing through economic reforms, which he hopes can attract international investment.
Too few adults have access to education and governments worldwide aren't spending enough to redress the problem, says UNESCO. With one exception: Germany is bucking the trend
In a bid to reduce foreign influence on Islamic religious leaders, Germany is launching a new pilot project that educates imams locally. Experts say it is a positive step, but a more comprehensive approach is needed.
Saxony experienced a sharp decline in its centuries-old textile industry in the years following German reunification in 1990. Yet the sector is anything but dead in this Eastern German state as Hardy Graupner reports.
An Africa investment summit in Berlin has begun with Chancellor Angela Merkel insisting the continent has an "important role," offering "more chances than risks." But German industry wants "better" credit guarantees.
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