• Borrell on Tunisia referendum

    Brussels 27.07.2022 “The European Union takes note of the preliminary results of the constitutional referendum held in Tunisia on 25 July, for which turnout was low. A broad consensus among

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  • Eid al-Adha wishes to Sudanese

    Brussels 14.07.2022 The members of the Troika (Norway, the United Kingdom and the United States) and the European Union extend our warm wishes to the Sudanese people at the conclusion

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  • Malawi elephants relocation

    11.07.2022 After several years of intense wildlife conservation, the Liwonde National Park in southern Malawi is being decongested. Subsequently the 250 elephants will be relocated from this reserve to the

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  • BRAFA 2022: Tribal art and “fetishes”

    Brussels 17.06.2022 Anna Van Densky: As the centrepiece of its stand, Montagut Gallery will be presenting an exceptional Soninke statue, from the Dogon culture, Mali, thirteenth century. A selection of

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  • Mauritania: new EU fisheries agreement

    Strasbourg 08.07.2022 The European Parliament gave on Wednesday, June 8, its green light to a new fisheries agreement with Mauritania, which should strengthen environmental, economic, social and scientific cooperation. MEPs

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  • Nigeria: EU condemns Owo attack

    Brusssels 07.06.2022 The European Union is shocked by and condemns Sunday’s armed attack on churchgoers in Owo, Ondo State, Southwest of Nigeria, in which scores of defenceless worshippers were killed.

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  • Gabon:EU confident in “resilient nation”

    Brussels 25.05.2022 Today the Government of The Gambia took a decisive step on its road towards justice and accountability for human rights violations perpetrated during the regime of Yahya Jammeh

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  • Niger laments Sahel G5 “death”

    Brussels 22.05.2022 Niger’s President Mohamed Bazoum said that Mali’s decision, which came after it was not allowed to assume the group’s rotating presidency, meant the Sahel force was now “dead”.(Image:

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  • G5 Sahel: Chad urges Mali to stay

    Brussels 22.05.2022 Chad’s interim president Mahamat Idriss Deby (pictured) has urged Mali’s military junta to reconsider its decision to withdraw from a five-nation military force – G5 Sahel – fighting

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  • EU-AU €600M assistance

    Brussels 21.04.2022 The Council adopted today a decision establishing an assistance measure under the European Peace Facility (EPF) in support of the African Union worth €600 million. The EU reaffirms

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