by Ambra Visentin After an eight-year hiatus, and for the first time since 2015, a government plane took off from Madrid for Rabat on Wednesday afternoon. On board were Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez and a dozen ministers. Sánchez is expected...
by Ambra Visentin Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov travelled to South Africa on Monday for talks with one of his country's most important allies on an African continent divided by the invasion of Ukraine and Western attempts to isolate Moscow....
by Ambra Visentin In connection with the corruption scandal involving the European Parliament, the Belgian authorities requested the lifting of the parliamentary immunity of two MEPs. As announced by Parliament on Monday, President Roberta Metsola initiated the relevant emergency procedure....
by Ambra Visentin Mark Rutte chose the National Archives in The Hague for the 'historic moment' he had been announcing for weeks. A sober location, but also the place where one must face one's own history. 'For centuries, the Dutch...
by Ambra Visentin After an eight-year gap, the first summit between the United States and Africa took place from 13 to 15 December. An opportunity for the White House to make amends and to take bilateral relations to a different...
By Alice Pistolesi Blood continues to flow in North Kivu, in the east of the Democratic Republic of Congo. The latest massacre took place on 29 November, when at least 50 civilians were killed in Kishishe in Rutshuru territory, 70...
by Ambra Visentin At the World Climate Conference in Egypt, France, the United Kingdom, Germany, the United States and the European Union pledged billions in joint aid to South Africa to abandon coal. The aid was already announced at COP26...
By Marta Cavallaro Although African countries contribute only 4% of global emissions, forecasts show that by 2030 118 million Africans will suffer from severe drought, massive flooding and extreme heat. These past months have been just a small taste of...
by Marta Cavallaro The death of Elizabeth II, Queen of the United Kingdom, has aroused mixed feelings on the African continent. Behind the mourning and condolences of the institutional leaders, what has emerged is the anger of the African peoples,...
By Sara Pieraccioni The people of South Sudan, the youngest nation in the world, can now aspire for a significant victory: the first women's soccer championship. During its brief history, South Sudan has been afflicted by a fight for independence,...

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