Dr Denis Mukwege has operated thousands of women who have been brutally raped, and he knows the physical wounds are only half the battle. At Panzi hospital in Bukavu - which he founded 30 years ago in the Democratic Republic of Congo - Doctor Miracle battles on against sexual violence.
Doctor Miracle's reputation spreads well beyond his home country, the Democratic Republic of Congo. He is a global campaigner against the use of rape as a weapon of war - a surgeon who won the Nobel Peace Prize in 2018 for his extraordinary work.
A few weeks ago, Luxembourg hosted the first edition of the Stand, Speak, Rise up forum to end sexual violence in fragile environments. A platform designed “to connect stakeholders and survivors”
Sudan state TV says armed forces to make important announcement soon
800,000 mainly Tutsi and some moderate Hutu victims who died in an 11 week period.
Angola wants to become Africa's number one diamond producer, what is the state of the industry?
Jomo Kenyatta Airport is the main gateaway into the East Africa nation.
The advance took diplomats and analysts by surprise, exploiting their focus on neighbouring Algeria where President Abdelaziz Bouteflika resigned on Tuesday after protests
Angola is her homeland but Nadir Tati’s fashion designs can be seen all over the world on the runways of New York, Lisbon and Berlin. She makes fashion by Africans for Africans - but also the rest of the world.
Amelie de Montchalin named new French European affairs minister
For years, Senegal has been reforming, modernizing and boosting its entrepreneurs and business climate. They want an emerging market with sustainable growth, which benefits everyone.
Gunmen killed at least 134 people in central Mali on Saturday amid an upsurge in ethnic and jihadist violence.
The Crans Montana Forum is back in Dakhla in Western Sahara. In its 5th edition, this year’s theme is building a modern Africa dedicated to its youth. Young Africans represent 77% of the continent’s population.
This episode of Business Angola takes a look how international firms are expanding in the country thanks to updated regulation and less red tape.
Hundreds are confirmed dead. Thousands await rescue and it seems that the full scale of the tragedy may not be known for months.
Geneva's 2019 International Film Festival and Forum On Human Rights wraps up with awards going to the acclaimed feminist documentary 'Delphine et Carole : Insoumuses' and 'Lucha Congo'.
It was a special kind of season warm-up for the reigning Cliff Diving World Champions Rhiannan Iffland and Gary Hunt when they headed for a "cliff dive-and-safari" adventure in South Africa.
A devastating cyclone has slammed South Eastern Africa claiming lives in Mozambique, Zimbabwe, and Malawi. Red Cross confirmed to Euronews that they expect the death toll to categorically rise in Mozambique while access issues have posed challenges to their recovery efforts.
President Bouteflika arrives back in Algiers amid protests
Ethiopia crash: Boeing 737 MAX back in spotlight after second fatal accident
Six years of civil war between Muslim rebels and Christian militias has left CAR's children in a desperate state. In this special edition of Insight for Euronews, NBC's Cynthia Mcfadden ventures into the war-torn country to see the humanitarian crisis for herself.
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The Marginal is Luanda's beautiful promenade and is perhaps the most alluring spot of all. When the midday heat is past and many people head to it and the beach.
UK shares dragged lower by Rolls-Royce, British American Tobacco
Nigeria's Buhari casts ballot as polls open in delayed presidential election
Sudan's Bashir declares state of emergency, dissolves government
The dye pits in Kano have been in operation for five centuries, but are now reported to be the last of their kind. Many pits have been abandoned as young people turn to city jobs instead of traditional trades.