A selection of the most important news related to Africa, Asia, and Europe found in different media outlets from around the world

January 2, 2019
The Horn of Africa is an area of intensive maritime trade, as well as a centre of migratory routes towards Europe. For the EU, cooperation with […]
Press releases EEAS,
January 2, 2019
The United Nations Security Council on Friday unanimously approved the deployment of a UN advance team to monitor a ceasefire in the Red Sea port city […]
Africa CGTN,
December 27, 2018

DR Congo Polls Postponed One Week to December 30

Elections in the Democratic Republic of Congo have been postponed by one week, to Dec. 30, the country’s electoral commission said Thursday. Commission chair Corneille Nangaa […]
VOA News,
December 24, 2018
China’s growing cloud in Africa is also of concern in Europe. The EU may still outpace Beijing in terms of trade with the continent – some […]
Independent Ireland,
December 20, 2018

Could China squeeze the U.S. out of its only permanent military base in Africa?

While the United States and other countries have military interests in Djibouti, China has made major investments into the country’s infrastructure. This could help Djibouti be […]
The Washington Post,
December 18, 2018
High-Level Forum Africa‑Europe in Vienna “We now have to change the way we look at Africa. We must not think exclusively of poverty, the threat of […]
Austrian Presidency for the EU,
December 18, 2018

Nigeria Says Soldiers Who Killed Marchers Were Provoked

The message sent on Twitter was clear: When Nigerian soldiers opened fire on rock-throwing protesters in late October, Nigerian officials swiftly defended them, saying their forces […]
The New York Times,
December 16, 2018
The EU Emergency Trust Fund (EUTF) for Africa is a flexible tool for providing assistance in areas such as food, education, health, security and sustainable development, […]
Africa News,
December 13, 2018
Anti-immigrant rhetoric stemming from far-right movements and politicians in the US and Europe has grown increasingly vocal in recent years. But, as it turns out, a […]
QuartzAfrica,