The recent crackdown on opposition leaders and the media in Uganda are clear signs the country is slowly sinking into anarchy and becoming a lawless state. This could lead to instability, writes DW's Isaac Mugabi.
In Senegal, social activism and hip hop are being cultivated in a center run by rapper Fou Malade. Here he has been rehabilitating ex-offenders through a series of workshops including music, graffiti and gardening.
Kofi Annan has died at the age of 80. For 10 years, he was at the forefront of world politics. He continued to work as an ambassador for peace even after leaving his post as secretary-general of the United Nations.
Nigerian army launches attacks on bandits in Plateau and Benue states+++Liberia's rubber tappers decry poor conditions
In multi-cultural Bristol, Somalis were marginalized, which effectively hampered the integration of one of the UK city's fastest-growing communities, until a museum started telling their stories.
Niger's president says he has bold plans for his country, which should reduce illegal migration.
Attacks on hospitals by both the military and armed separatists have left medical professionals in Anglophone Cameroon concerned for their lives.
Ugandan pop singer and prominent government critic Robert Kyagulanyi — better known by his stage name Bobi Wine — has been charged in a military court after being arrested on Monday.
Chinedu Mogbo is trying to combat Nigeria’s declining wildlife population by setting up a sanctuary for animals.
Do you feel reassured by a higher police presence or does it make you tense?
77 percent of Africans are younger than 35. Come on over to join the debate on Deutsche Welle's new multimedia platform.
Tit-for-tat dispute escalates between Turkey and the U.S.+++Find out the latest on migrants and Europe's refugee debate
DW's new series "African Roots" uses online comics and radio broadcasts to highlight 25 important African personalities.
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