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07
DEC

Africa Link on Air - 07 December 2018

Zambia court rules president Lungu can run again in 2021 vote+++ Angela Merkel succeeded as CDU chief by loyalist Kramp-Karrenbauer+++ Why many young Ghanaians are shunning agriculture for white collar jobs+++WFP warns the food crisis in South Sudan could get worse
07
DEC

Spotlight on Europe

Countrywide protests in France threaten Macron's presidency+++ Dutch clergy prevents the deportation of failed asylum seekers+++The collapse in Turkey's currency affects its once-booming construction industry.
06
DEC

Africa Link on Air - 06 December 2018

Rwanda government critic Diane Rwigara acquitted+++ Nigerian opposition parties endorse Abubakar as their flag bearer in forthcoming elections+++ Young Cameroonians using music to spread peace message in Anglophone restive regions
05
DEC

AfricaLink on Air - 05 December 2018

Security experts fault the committee formed by the Cameroonian government to disarm militant groups +++UN officials in South Sudan to investigate sexual attacks on women and girls in the town of Bentiu++++And should clerics undergo theology studies before preaching?
03
DEC

AfricaLink on Air - 03 December 2018

COP 24, the world’s largest climate conference kicks off in Poland but what is at stake for Africa? +++Nigeria's main opposition party, PDP launches its presidential campaign in the Northern part of the country+++ US and China agree to suspend their trade dispute temporarily
30
NOV

AfricaLink on Air - 30 November 2018

Reports: CAF strips Cameroon right to host 2019 AFCON tournament +++ Niger involves migrants in fight against HIV/AIDS +++ Experts seek ways to re-fertilize Africa's degraded soil
30
NOV

Spotlight on Europe

Tensions escalate between Russia and Ukraine+++ Is the much celebrated Christmas character in Netherlands ‘Black Pete’ racist? +++French president Emmanuel Macron addresses protestors in the fuel hike prices demos+++Divided views on Theresa May’s UK Brexit deal agreement
29
NOV

AfricaLink on Air - 29 November 2018

Uganda denies supplying weapons to South Sudan that is under an arms embargo by the UN and the EU+++A Cameroonian activist and human rights lawyer Agbor Nkongho has been telling DW why the conflict in Anglophone region has been raging on and there no signs that it will end anytime soon+++How is football changing the lives of young African women?
28
NOV

Africa Link on Air - 28 November 2018

Nigerian president Muhammadu Buhari rallies troops after extremist attacks. Critics calls for support in their fight against Boko Haram +++Journalists unearth how UN covered up peacekeepers killing in DRC+++To bleach or not? Rwanda launches joint effort to confiscate skin bleaching creams
26
NOV

Africa Link on Air - 26 November 2018

The search for more bodies of a boat accident that claimed dozens of lives on Lake Victoria in Uganda continues+++A new report by the campaign group Global Witness says Nigeria lost $6bn from 'corrupt' oil deals linked to fraud allegedly by SHELL and Eni oil companies+++ Cases of Noma disease are on the rise in Nigeria.

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