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Denis Mukwege, known to some as Dr Miracle, explains to Euronews the impact of COVID-19 on the ongoing efforts to help women victims of sexual violence in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
Our team were lucky enough to board the very first passenger train that crossed Africa from East to West, from Tanzania to Angola. This amazing trip is known as Trail of Two Oceans, crossing from the Indian Ocean to the Atlantic.
The documentary Great Green Wall is described as a journey to the front line of the climate crisis.
The French government has confirmed the deaths of two French soldiers in Mali, after the destruction of their armoured vehicle by an improvised explosive device during an operation in the region of Tessalit in north of country.
Events in Mali could have a ripple effect across West Africa, and heighten issues such as poverty and terrorism.
Local communities are still concerned that the fate of the forest remains unclear.
The Ghana-based Noguchi Memorial Institute for Medical Research, established more than four decades ago, is yet again stepping up its efforts to fight disease in West Africa as part of its international collaborative research programme.
This is a response from the IOM to the series of three investigative articles Euronews published on the Joint Initiative between the IOM and the EU to repatriate migrants from Libyan detention centres.
Huawei's DigiTrucks are helping to bridge the digital divide by providing learners with skills, knowledge and positive attitudes for handling computer devices
Lazarus Chakwera’s victory late Saturday was a result of months of determined street protests in the southern African nation.
Eastern Congo has also marked an official end to the second-deadliest Ebola outbreak in history
A rare "ring of fire" eclipse appeared on the Northern Hemisphere's longest day and wowed skywatchers across the world from Africa to China
Though the world is affected by the coronavirus pandemic, inspiring stories still abound all around us.
There were fears COVID-19 would overwhelm Africa. Yet, most countries aren’t reporting many cases. Euronews' political editor, Darren McCaffrey, looks at why.