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Brussels hosted the first EU-African Union summit since 2017.
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EU and African leaders meet in Brussels to reset relations
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In this episode of Focus, Euronews' Byran Carter previews the forthcoming AU-EU summit in Brussels, highlighting the likely topics up for discussion.
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Days after the Summit on the Financing of African Economies in Paris, the President of the Democratic Republic of Congo, Felix Tshisekedi, gives Euronews his insight into the continent's finances, the migrant situation, terrorist threats and good governance.
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While EU political leaders claim that 2020 will be a ‘pivotal year’ for EU-Africa relations, the joint announcement expected to be made soon by the European Commission and the European Union External Action Service fails to show a sincere intention to move away from an asymmetric relationship.
The G7 should deliver progress, not promises, on gender equality ǀ View
Most countries in the world limit the economic opportunities of women by law. More than 100 countries even exclude women in particular from obtaining certain jobs. There are 18 countries, where it is legal for men to forbid their wives to work at all.
International outcry over repression of protesters by Sudan's military
The bloody repression of protesters by the military in Sudan has been greeted with a wave of international outcry condemning the violence
Libya conditions overshadow EU-Africa summit
The scandal surrounding slave trading in Libya has overshadowed this EU-Africa summit in Abidjan, Ivory Coast. Leaders agreed a deal promising to
EU eyes Africa trade boost
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Several die in election violence in Kenya
Violence erupts in opposition strongholds in Nairobi as counting continues from Tuesday's election
Migrant weary EU promises to change relations with Africa
EU foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini says the bloc is changing its attitude towards Africa after the massive increases in migration in the past few years.
African leaders back plan for mass ICC withdrawal
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[Photos] The African passport with 5 language inscriptions
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The African passport has finally been launched and the first two copies issued at the 27th African Union (AU) summit in the Rwandan capital, Kigali.
AU ready to deploy East African Stanby Force to Burundi
The African Union Commission could deploy the East African Standby Force to Burundi in the wake of deadly clashes recorded since April.The contingency plan was deliberated upon at the 565th African
Obama urges nations to respect democracy in African Union speech
At the end of an historic and personally significant trip, Barack Obama has left Africa with words of hope and warning. Before setting off from
South Africa: ICC calls for arrest of Sudan's president during regional summit
A South African court has issued an interim order blocking Sudanese President Omar Bashir from leaving the country, until a judge hears an
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African coalition forces say the first phase of the offensive against Boko Haram is over following last week’s successful recapture of a strategic
7,500 African Union troops to fight Boko Haram
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Zimbabwe's Mugabe elected as new African Union chairman
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Saving the African Union
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