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AfricaLink on Air - 08 March 2019

Gender equality campaigners mark International Women's Day with protests, discussion panels and celebrations+++ Rwanda remains an icon of bridging the gender gap+++ In Guinea Bissau its all systems go as voters head to the polls on Sunday for the delayed parliamentary election

Spotlight on Europe - 08 March 2019

French President Emmanuel Macron stays silent on massive protests in former colony Algeria+++ How Islamist group Salafists helped radicalize young Germans+++ Children across Europe skip school to protest inaction against climate change

AfricaLink on Air - 07 March 2019

DR Congo’s President Tshisekedi and ex-president agree to form a coalition+++ US court dismisses Namibia genocide compensation suit +++Blogger's naming and shaming selfies help tackle littering in Guinea

AfricaLink on Air - 06 March 2019

Young Ghanaians feel the pull of Europe+++Zimbabweans react to the recent renewal of economic sanctions by the US government+++Tensions between Rwanda and Uganda on border crossing far from over+++The US says talks with the Taliban in Qatar are making progress

AfricaLink on Air - 05 March 2019

Rwanda denies closing its borders with Uganda because of political tensions+++Zambia suspends a private TV Channel for what it called biased reporting against the government+++Burundi forces the United Nations to shut its human rights office+++Nigeria's main opposition leader's son-in-law and lawyer arrested

Spotlight on Europe - 01 March 2019

The number of homeless people increases in Germany, the UK, and France+++ Pedophilia in the Catholic Church and an explosive new movie on Church scandals+++ Greek divers work to get the micro-plastics out of the Mediterranean Sea.

AfricaLink on Air - 28 February 2019

US vows to bolster Africa in the fight against terrorism and jihadists groups+++ Could giving Africa a permanent seat at the UN security council help boost security in the region?+++Germany returns to Namibia artefacts stolen during the colonial period

AfricaLink on Air - 27 February 2019

Legal battle looms after Nigerian presidential election+++Israel deepens ties with Africa+++Why farmers and stakeholders are not benefiting from weather and climate information in Africa

AfricaLink on Air - 26 February 2019

Buhari extends lead in Nigerian polls as vote results continue+++Sudan’s state of emergency hits economy+++ Malawi teams up with development partners to construct a $600 million inland port

AfricaLink on Air - 25 February 2019

Nigeria begins announcing presidential results+++ In Senegal, the prime minister claims that president Macky Sall has been re-elected +++EU top official Donald Tusk calls on Theresa May to delay Brexit

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