European, African Leaders Meeting in Abidjan
This week's summit of African and European leaders in Abidjan is a chance to find a win-win solution writes Elissa Jobson for the International Crisis Group.
Deutsche Welle, 29 November 2017
With an increasing number of migrants from Africa crossing the Mediterranean, the EU-Africa summit is going to be about forging a new kind of partnership to deal with this. But… Read more »
HRW, 29 November 2017
Fifteen-year-old "Sophie" was a student in the Central African Republic when the Seleka, the ar med group of mostly Muslim fighters that had ousted the previous government,… Read more »
IRIN, 29 November 2017
This week's summit of African and European leaders in Abidjan is a chance to find a win-win solution, argues the International Crisis Group's Elissa Jobson Read more »
Migrants in Libya (file photo).
Monitor, 30 November 2017
This week in Abidjan, Côte d'Ivoire, the African Union and the European Union are holding their 5th Summit. It will be a landmark occasion; coming 10 years after the joint… Read more »
Deutsche Welle, 28 November 2017
African migrants trapped in Libya must be "evacuated," says French President Emmanuel Macron. Bound for the EU-Africa summit, he told Burkina Faso students that migrant trafficking… Read more »
VOA, 29 November 2017
European and African leaders are gathering Wednesday in Ivory Coast for a summit focused on issues that affect both continents, including economic cooperation, job creation,… Read more »
The newest resident of the Elysee Palace, Emmanuel Macron, is on a three-day visit to the continent. He is seeking a clear departure from the policies of his predecessors but ... Read more »