the endless wait for the relatives of journalist Olivier Dubois, kidnapped six months ago

Journalist Olivier Dubois photographed during a report, in Nioro (Mali), in September 2020. MICHELE CATTANI / AFP In Deborah Al-Hawi Al-Masri’s office, planted on the right bank of Bamako, the Malian capital, time stands still. The minutes seem to him to be hours and the hours to whole days, for six months. “I am told … Read more

in Bor, an endless fight against the floods

To stay up to date on African news, subscribe to the “Monde Afrique” newsletter from this link. Every Saturday at 6 a.m., find a week of current events and debates treated by the editorial staff of World Africa. Children walk along a canal in Bor. The city is the scene of repeated flooding, a phenomenon … Read more

The Darien jungle, a perilous stage in the endless journey of Haitian migrants to the United States

Migrants cross the Acandi River in Colombia to get closer to the Darien jungle on September 15, 2021. FERNANDO VERGARA / AP Their route is a succession of stages, each more dangerous than the next. Nearly 500 Haitian migrants were camping on Saturday, September 25, on the northern border of Colombia. They are preparing to … Read more

From a dungeon in Cameroon to French courts, the endless fight of Michel Thierry Atangana

To stay up to date on African news, subscribe to the “Monde Afrique” newsletter from this link. Every Saturday at 6 am, find a week of current events and debates treated by the editorial staff of “Monde Afrique”. Michel Thierry Atangana upon his arrival at Roissy-Charles-de-Gaulle airport on February 28, 2014, after seventeen years of … Read more