The arrest warrant against Guillaume Soro threatens to plunge the West African country into uncertainty and violence. The former rebel leader is contesting next year's presidential election against an ally-turned-foe.
With the number of African footballers playing for teams around the world at an all-time high, thousands of youngsters dream of following in their footsteps. According to the NGO Foot Solidaire, over 6,000 minors leave Africa every year in the hopes of being recruited abroad. Some hand over their savings to unscrupulous middlemen for the dubious promise of a trial with a foreign club. Today, both amateur and professional players are trying to prevent aspiring African footballers from falling victim to people smugglers. Our Ivory Coast correspondent Thaïs Brouck reports.
Namibians go to the polls with President Hage Geingob and the ruling South West Africa People's Organisation facing their toughest test since independence in 1990 amid a new corruption scandal. Aiming to end decades of post-election violence in Kenya. The president and the main opposition leader launch the long-awaited Building Bridges Initiative. And in the Ivory Coast, we'll be taking a look at a new program helping migrants rebuild their lives after failing to make it to Europe.