Opinion

The EU's migration hypocrisy in Africa

Why the EU keeps organising anti-migration propaganda events in Africa.

Fabian Wagner

by Fabian Wagner

Fabian Wagner

Environment

The centuries-old village swallowed by the sea

As rising seas and coastal erosion threaten an Ivory Coast village, neighbours are in a fight over dwindling resources.

'It may disappear': Ocean threatens Ivory Coast village

Libya

Libya to allow emergency repatriation of refugees

Announcement at African-EU summit follows reports that African asylum seekers and migrants were being sold into slavery.

Reporter's Notebook

Macron tours Africa to 'reset' Francafrique relationship

French president heads to Africa with the message that days of Paris' neocolonialist paternalistic approach are over.

Africa

Four die in Ivory Coast French army charter jet crash

Four Moldovan nationals killed when cargo plane chartered by French army crashed into sea near Ivory Coast's Abidjan.

Four die in Ivory Coast French army charter jet crash

Africa

Review ordered into ex-Ivorian leader's ICC detention

Laurent Gbagbo to stay behind bars as trial judges review decision denying him interim release during mass crimes trial.

ICC judges ordered to review Laurent Gbagbo's detention

Africa

ICC judges to rule on release of Ivory Coast ex-leader

Laurent Gbagbo, 72, is charged with crimes against humanity following election violence that killed around 3,000 people.

ICC judges to decide whether to release Laurent Gbagbo

Africa

Ivory Coast soldiers accept deal to end mutiny

Soldiers reach deal on pay and agree to return to barracks, ending a revolt that paralysed country for four days.

Ivory Coast soldiers accept deal to end mutiny

Africa

Ivory Coast mutineers reject deal to end crisis

Spokesmen for soldiers rebelling over pay reject offer of $8,360 each as mutiny paralyses large parts of Ivory Coast.

Ivory Coast mutineers reject deal to end crisis

Inside Story

Soldiers in Ivory Coast repeat mutiny

Soldiers rebel for the second time in four months because of broken government promises on pay.

Africa

Gunfire erupts in three Ivory Coast cities

Fresh unrest reported as Ivorian army presses operation aimed at ending a mutiny by soldiers demanding bonus payments.

Gunfire hits Abidjan, Bouake and San Pedro amid mutiny

Africa

Gunfire in two Ivory Coast cities in grip of mutiny

Fresh unrest erupts as army press operation aimed at ending a mutiny by soldiers demanding bonus payments.

I Coast: Gunfire erupts in Abidjan, Bouake amid mutiny

Africa

Ivory Coast launches military operation to quash mutiny

Loyalist troops advance on Bouake after soldiers mutinying over pay refuse army demand to lay down arms.

Ivory Coast launches military operation to quash mutiny

Africa

Six wounded in Ivory Coast anti-mutiny protest

Witnesses say renegade soldiers opened fire on protesters in Bouake as opposition to rebellion gathers momentum.

Africa

Ivory Coast mutiny: Soldiers continue standoff over pay

Mutinous soldiers in Ivory Coast have reopened roads into the second-biggest city, Bouake. But they're continuing their revolt over pay. The government promised them more money in January - but it now says it can't afford it.