Benin’s President Talon travelled to Paris to bring home the artefacts that were stolen by French forces 130 years ago.
Institutions in the UK and France return artefacts to Nigeria and Benin following years-long campaigns.
Before October 20, abortion was allowed only in specific circumstances, but now the country has legalised it.
Under the new law, women can terminate a pregnancy within the first three months under certain conditions.
World leaders are gathering to revitalise commitments to end energy poverty for all.
Virus detected in two districts near the country’s capital, Porto Novo, agriculture ministry says.
Filmmaker Ines Johnson-Spain shares her experience of growing up Black with white parents in East Germany in the 1960s.
Electoral commission announces preliminary results of April 11 vote, says turnout stood at a little over 50 percent.
President Patrice Talon is expected to win a second term in office as group of opposition parties called for a boycott.
With most rivals in exile or sidelined, Benin’s President Patrice Talon looks set to win a second term in office.
Five others wounded by gunfire after troops cleared protesters in the opposition stronghold of Save.
Renovation of Ouidah’s history museum part of Benin’s drive to ensure future generations know ancestors’ suffering.
As anti-racism protests in the US and Europe grew, so did demands for the removal of statues linked to slavery – a city in West Africa is going the other way.
Critics warned health risks were too high for a vote opposition insisted should not be happening in the first place.