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Germany agrees to recognise colonial killings in Namibia as genocide
As well as recognising the killings and asking descendants of victims for forgiveness, Germany has committed to spend 1.1 billion euros on mostly development projects over the next 30 years.
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Europe's week: Leaders face tough virus decisions amid second wave
This week EU leaders grappled with tough decisions on re-introducing restrictive measures amid an uptick in infections. Meanwhile, African countries appear to have been largely spared the mass outbreak seen in the EU.
Belgian petition to remove statues of colonial king gathers pace
The movement is gaining traction as Europe grapples with its own race issues alongside the Black Lives Matter protests in the USA.
Analysis: Africa's unexpected COVID-19 figures
There were fears COVID-19 would overwhelm Africa. Yet, most countries aren’t reporting many cases. Euronews' political editor, Darren McCaffrey, looks at why.
The Brief: Trump flight ban, foreign policy report card
Europe is reeling from the news of the US president's flight ban. Ursula's planned trip to Greece is put on hold due to coronavirus and at 100 days in office, we look at Team Ursula's foreign policy performance.
The Brief: EU faces increasing pressure for tighter regulation on ivory trade
The Brief: The EU is facing increasing pressure for tighter regulation on ivory trade within its borders. Despite calls for a shutdown, a panel from the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species or CITES, decided to push back the decision to next year.
The Brief: European Development Days encourages investment in Africa
"It's a different Africa. It’s a continent of economic opportunities. And it’s fast-growing.” Over 8,000 people participated in this year's European Development Days, which addressed the issue of continental inequality.
Niger: Europe’s migration cop?
In this edition of Insiders, we go to Niger, Africa’s gateway to Europe. Each year at least 100,000 migrants from Niger and neighboring Sub-Saharan countries used to travel from there to Libya in the hope of making it to Europe.
EU funds to tackle Niger's people smugglers miss their target
"Insiders" producer Sophie Claudet speaks with reporter Valerie Gauriat, just back from investigating the latest situation on Niger's border with Libya.
Niger: Africa's migration sentinel
On the immigration, terrorism and global warming frontlines, one of the world's poorest nations has a multitude of problems piecemeal aid will not solve.
Women victims of migration
According to the United Nations, almost half of migrants are women, most of them poor
Ivory Coast eyes banana boost to EU trade
More than 80 percent of bananas harvested on plantations in Ghana, Cameroon or Ivory Coast go to the EU. The EU wants to promote the growing
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Serious discussions begin between the EU and the United Kingdom on Brexit
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The Brief from Brussels
Libya and the Sahel region are at the heart of the European Union’s efforts to respond to refugee arrivals from the Mediterranean.
FGM and forced marriage: EU countries not spared
Europe faced with stiff challenge to combat FGM and forced marriage in new and existing migrant communities.
Belgium goes on the offensive against forced marriages
Belgium finds taking on forced marriage and domestic violence is a complex task fraught with dangers.
Turning the tide of abuse
Sophie Claudet: “Could you briefly sum up the cultural origins of female genital mutilation?
Female genital mutilation: the UK's hidden crime
The British government estimates at least 170,000 women and girls are living with the consequences of having the procedure
The Brief from Brussels: EU plots new migration deal for Africa
This is the Brief from Brussels, a daily roundup of all the top stories making waves around Europe.
WHO declares Liberia free of Ebola
The World Health Organisation has declared that Liberia is free of Ebola. It means the latest outbreak of the deadly disease is effectively over. The
Malta migrant summit: EU leaders unveil Africa fund and debate Turkey deal
Desperately seeking solutions to Europe’s migrant crisis, EU leaders have unveiled an emergency trust fund for Africa. It is part of a bid to combat
Africa trust fund will bring migration and development policies 'closer together'
The EU Commissioner for International Cooperation and Development has told euronews that an emergency trust fund for Africa is aimed at bringing
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
EU agrees to people smuggling crackdown in Libya
The EU has agreed a mission to fight against people smugglers operating in Libya. A naval operation will start next month with its headquarters based
Djibouti refugees: a confluence of the desperate
Djibouti has long been a transit point for migrants on the move from Africa to the Arabian Peninsula and beyond. Since the intensification of
Amnesty says EU "negligent" in migrant tragedy
Amnesty International blames the crisis on the end of Italy's Mare Nostrum search and rescue operation is to blame for dramatic increase in number of migrant deaths.