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DRC and the French development agency sign a national digital infrastructure development agreement
Summits are often diplomatic marathons. But aside from all the roundtables, social events, photo ops and bilateral meetings, leaders can also meet with other partners in order to implement concrete projects.
Tax reform boost for Africa's digital transformation
An estimated 25% of the African population has access to the internet. Digital transformation is a priority for several countries - and OECD tax reforms could help.
EU and African leaders meet in Brussels to reset relations
The European Union and the African Union are coming together in a two-day summit to tackle vaccination, climate change, migration and development.
EU financial institutions pledge €30bn for Africa on eve of summit
The money is part of the Global Gateway plan, which will mobilise up to €300 billion in public and private funds by 2027 - half of it in Africa.
EU-AU summit: calls grow for stronger partnership to tackle global challenges
In this episode of Focus, Euronews' Byran Carter previews the forthcoming AU-EU summit in Brussels, highlighting the likely topics up for discussion.
"Nothing, there’s nothing": Senegal’s plummeting fish stocks drive migrant surge to Europe
In this edition of Witness, Euronews' Valerie Gauriat takes us to Senegal, to see how the depletion of fish stocks which they blame on chinese and european vessels, is prompting many young people to risk all to get to Europe.
Euronews Debates | The South Africa perspective: Can the EU & Africa reboot their relationship?
A panel of experts discusses the key challenges facing the EU-Africa partnership today, including energy, security, education and the economy.
COVID vaccine passports are a new international crisis in the making
As Europe rolls out COVID digital health IDs in the hope of getting back to normal, vaccine passports could leave developing countries left out.
Record number of Commissioners reset EU relations with Africa
Faced with the increasing influence of countries such as China and Russia, the EU is preparing a new strategy. This week, a record number of Commissioners travelled to Addis Ababa. Twenty members plus the president herself.
Outrage over reports EU-funding linked to forced labour in Eritrea
The EU Commission said that it was aware that conscripts were used for the road project - but that Brussels funded only material and equipment, not labour.
Ivory Coast: the migration challenge
What is Ivory Coast doing to meet its migration challenge?
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The Brief from Brussels: Eurogroup set for new chief
This is the Brief from Brussels, a roundup of the top stories from the EU’s de facto political capital. In this edition: EU and African leaders vow
The Brief from Brussels: EU eyes Africa trade boost
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EU Africa summit
Migration will the centre theme at the fifth African Union-European Union Summit on 29 and 30 November,in Ivory Coast, bringing together more than 80
Civil society gets a say at EU-Africa forum
Human development, a healthy environment, gender equality and youth were some of the issues raised at the three-day event in Tunis.
Job creation: the EU-Africa Business Forum
The EU will spend 3.35 billion euros in an attempt to attract 44 billion of investment in Africa
Migrant arrivals in Italy and Turkey
Exhausted migrants being rescued at sea and others arriving in Lampedusa, Italy and Ayvacik, Turkey this weekend.
EU and African heads meet in Malta to discuss migrant crisis
EU and African leaders are meeting in Malta to discuss the migrant crisis. Europe is expected to donate billions of euros in exchange for assistance
Africa and EU must work together to solve illegal migration and help refugees says EU commissioner
The EU's Commissioner for Migration and Home Affairs speaks to euronews about the migration and refugee crisis, and how the Valetta summit with Africa can change things.
EU leaders to urge African nations to take back economic migrants
The European Union is to call on African leaders to play their part in trying to solve the migration crisis by taking back the economic migrants
European Parliament backs 'conflict minerals' law
EU lawmakers have narrowly backed tougher rules aimed at limiting the import of conflict minerals. The European Parliament voted in favour of the
NGOs, left-wing MEPs seek tougher rules on 'conflict minerals'
Campaigners are calling on MEPs to toughen up European rules on ‘conflict minerals’. The European Parliament is set to vote on European Commission
President Guebuza of Mozambique: 'The EU has no magic solution for Africa'
Mozambique has grown on average around 8 percent in recent years, partly because of large energy reserves, but half of the country’s 25 million
Mauritanian President: Europe must see Africa in a new light
The upsurge in instability and violence in parts of Africa was high on the agenda of a conference in early April involving leaders from the continent
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Macky Sall: 'Senegal is an island of stability in a problematic region'
Macky Sall became president of Senegal in 2012 after a rapid political ascent. The married father of three was practically unknown when President