We travel to northern Tanzania and pay a visit to Korio Olokula and his wife Naarkirobi. They live in the Maasai village of Seneto.
What can women's rights activists in the West learn from the struggle of feminist movements in Iran? DW spoke with researcher Janet Bauer, who has extensively studied women's issues in different cultural contexts.
"Indigenous and community land rights matter. They matter for improving lives, for justice and equality, and for conservation." – Edward Loure, Tanzanian indigenous rights and environmental activist
About 355,000 refugees from Burundi and DR Congo live in western Tanzania, where they are barred from working or setting foot outside their makeshift camps. The conditions are "miserable," as Prosper Kwigize reports.
An Afghan man deported from Germany has been found dead in a hotel room in Kabul after apparently committing suicide. The case highlights the adverse circumstances faced by Afghan returnees.
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