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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
Human development, a healthy environment, gender equality and youth were some of the issues raised at the three-day event in Tunis.
The EU will spend 3.35 billion euros in an attempt to attract 44 billion of investment in Africa
Exhausted migrants being rescued at sea and others arriving in Lampedusa, Italy and Ayvacik, Turkey this weekend.
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
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.
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
EU lawmakers have narrowly backed tougher rules aimed at limiting the import of conflict minerals. The European Parliament voted in favour of the
Campaigners are calling on MEPs to toughen up European rules on ‘conflict minerals’. The European Parliament is set to vote on European Commission
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
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
Macky Sall became president of Senegal in 2012 after a rapid political ascent.
The married father of three was practically unknown when President
The President of the Republic of Congo, Denis Sassou Nguesso, has been outlining his thoughts on how and why Europe and Africa should work together
In this edition of Focus, we are at the EU-Africa Business Forum in Brussels where euronews’ Audrey Tilve reports: “It’s been a long time since
This week, I-Talk welcomes musician-turned-politician Youssou N’Dour, Senegal’s new minister for culture and tourism.
After making a name for