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Spotlight on Europe - 15 February 2019

Anti-Semitic attacks are on the rise here in Europe with the latest being reported in France+++Hungary reduces taxes for families with over 4 children to boost its declining population+++And a 75-year-old grandmother says exercise has given her a new lease of life.

AfricaLink on Air - 14 February 2019

Voters in northeastern Nigeria eager to vote despite the Boko Haram threat+++Cameroon's main opposition leader Kamto charged with rebellion+++ Ghanaian women leaders strive to flourish in a male dominated system++Prophet Bushiris’s supporters rally behind him following fraud and money laundering allegations.

Africalink on Air - 13 February 2019

Nigeria’s top candidates pledge a peaceful election+++The family of a Kenyan activist who was found dead call for an autopsy fearing an abortion cover-up from the police+++Interracial couples continue to face obstacles in South Africa, 25 years after the end of Apartheid.

AfricaLink on Air - 12 February 2019

4 people killed as a hospital is torched down in Cameroon's anglophone west+++ Nigerian media steps up fight against fake news ahead of general elections +++ Project to empower refugees at Kenya’s Kakuma refugee camp is launched

AfricaLink on Air - 11 February 2019

The Africa Union vows to support migrants and the displaced as summit comes to a close+++Stateless people in Kenya call on authorities to consider their plight and give them identity cards +++Nearly 100 children have died of Ebola virus in DRC since last year

Africalink on Air - 08 February 2019

Security across the Ethiopian capital, Addis Ababa are beefed up as dignitaries and heads of states from across the continent gather for the annual AU summit+++Mali’s President Ibrahim Bubacar Keita hails Germany for continued support to the country +++South Africa’s “Please Call Me” movement mobilizes citizens to boycott Vodacom’s products.

Spotlight on Europe - 08 February 2019

At least 14 people have lost an eye in France yellow vest protests, after being shot by controversial police rubber bullets +++A Gamble With Death: that's the title of a book by Kelechi Goodluck, a Nigerian living in Spain. In it, he talks about his journey to Europe through the Sahara desert and across the Mediterranean sea +++Exorcism in Italy amid warnings from Pope Francis about the devil.

AfricaLink on Air - 07 February 2019

Reactions from Cameroon on the US government’s decision to cut aid over human rights concerns +++ Sierra Leone President Julius Maada Bio declares rape a national emergency+++ "A Gamble With Death" Nigerian author Kelechi Goodluck narrates his harrowing experiences of travelling to Europe illegally. He escaped death by a whisker.

AfricaLink on Air - 06 February 2019

World leaders pledge to eradicate female genital mutilation as world marks International Day of Zero Tolerance for FGM+++ Countdown to the upcoming Nigeria elections features top contenders+++ Whistleblowers say Cameroon lost an estimated 2bn dollars due to corruption

AfricaLink on Air - 04 February 2019

Ghost town strike rages on in Cameroon's anglophone regions+++Malawian presidential candidates present nomination papers as race to succeed Mutharika begins+++Kenya focuses on prevention on World Cancer Day+++ Ghanaians losing millions in shady Ponzi schemes

Spotlight on Europe - 01 February 2019

A damning report reveals that Germany military lacks both equipment and recruits +++A Dutch church ends a non-stop service that started in October, to protect a family from deportation+++The benefits of insects as food. Yes, I’m talking about insects!

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