UN Security Council gives green light for intervention force in Mali+++Renewed ethnic clashes in Kenya's Tana River Delta region leaves more than 30 dead+++Help for Zimbabwe's agricultural sector
Germany's Western allies are openly considering a military strike against Syria. But Berlin's Syria policy is focused on humanitarian aid and the search for a political solution.
The UN Security Council has expressed its approval of France's military intervention in Mali. The news comes as European leaders consider ways to help end the North African conflict.
Germany is celebrating its 40th anniversary as a member of the United Nations, a partnership often seen as a success. But Germany's image at the UN has suffered in recent years.
UN Human Development report highlights inequality in sub-Saharan Africa+++Kaduna in shock after twin suicide bombings kill at least 80+++Leading Sierra Leone virologist infected with Ebola
100 days have elapsed since abduction of Chibok schoolgrils in northern Nigeria+++Health officials worried by unpopularity of condoms in Ghana+++White South African farmers wary of land reform
Kenya's CORD opposition names team to spearhead call for national crisis referendum+++Nigerian president meets Chibok parents+++Aid agencies warn of 'hidden hunger'
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