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Qatargate probe turns the heat on Rabat

Belgium's judicial investigation into the bribery of European politicians is going beyond Qatar to include Morocco

It is the biggest probe into corruption in the European Union for over two decades and centres on claims that Qatar and Morocco bought influence in the European parliament. In the ...


Grand ambitions, little money

After the summits in Brussels and Washington, their big promises will be tested on debt, trade and investment this year

For many of the delegates who travelled to Washington DC for the United States-African leaders' summit on 13-15 December, the first such gathering in eight years, it was a microcos...

Push on pushbacks

Italy's new right-wing government is at the centre of a row over illegal pushbacks of boats carrying asylum-seekers and economic migrants that could engulf the wider European Union...

Geopolitical fault lines

The United States wants to use its US-African leaders' summit in Washington DC from 13-15 December to reboot its relations with the continent and reports that over 45 high-level de...


Kampala gets Brussels to U-turn on oil pipeline ban

At a joint parliamentary summit in Maputo, Ugandan negotiators won the policy argument but doubts linger about the pipeline's viability

On the eve of the UN's COP 27 Climate summit, European parliament MPs dropped their opposition to Uganda's and Tanzania's oil pipeline project at the Joint Parliamentary Assembly (...



African governments count the cost of a new Cold War

Moscow’s war on Ukraine is reshaping foreign policy in many African capitals as western European and Russian officials compete for attention

Officials at the European Union see their financial and political support for Ukraine is straining their ties with Africa on economic cooperation and diplomatic stances – but they ...


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