A selection of the best photos from across Africa this week
The EU is proposing a total of 40bn euros ($46bn; £35bn) in grants over the seven years from 2021.
Ethiopians and Eritreans have been celebrating the reopening of two key crossing points more than 20 years after a border war shut them.
The C.I.A. is poised to conduct secret drone strikes against Qaeda and Islamic State insurgents from a newly expanded air base deep in the Sahara.
The only country without a representative at the China-Africa summit in Beijing is Swaziland, recently renamed eSawtini.
The prime minister stumbles from blunder to faux pas, wearing the same haunted look. No wonder: she is completely unsuited to the role of world leader.
Mrs Trump is expected to focus on humanitarian work and "development programmes being done in many of the countries".
Like Godot, that desired “culture” may never arrive. Just last month, an Egyptian court sentenced 75 pro-Morsi protesters to death for their role in post-coup violence.
For the first time in the history of the African championships, athletes from Nigeria and other African countries will not just go home with their medals, but with monetary reward.
China can’t be trusted. Their desire for world domination is well documented, too. Their war of attrition with the U.S., however, presents opportunities for leverage.
Agreeing, another added: "This beautiful child has broken the internet."
"Our people are among the many threads that connect Uganda and India together," Mr Modi said.
Here is what it feels like to be on Ethiopia-Eritrea flight for first time in a long time.
A new wave of artists, activists and entrepreneurs are trying to improve Somalia’s capital city.
UN figures reveal deepening opioid crisis in Africa, with cocaine and opium production at records levels worldwide.
With a free trade agreement signed, a new era of prosperity beckons for the African continent.