The French President, Francois Hollande, is in Algeria. He did not apologize directly for France's brutal colonial rule over the North African country. But Hollande did acknowledge Algerian suffering under his country's rule.
Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier has made the relationship between religion and politics the defining issue of his trip to Morocco, Tunisia and Algeria. Dagmar Engel reports.
US diplomat John Kerry meeting top officials in Paris says his country shares France’s pain over last week’s Islamist attacks. Kerry's visit comes as French authorities arrest a dozen people in relation to the violence.
Days after the terrorist attacks in Paris, France is mulling the consequences. Tougher laws? More tolerance? Bernd Riegert reports from Paris.
A surprise visit to insurgency-hit Borno state by Nigerian President Goodluck Jonathan before an election has been written off by displaced persons as a bid to assuage his critics.
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