It is time now for the last part in our series African communities in Dakar.
In part four of our series African communities in Dakar, RFI meets two gay Gambian men who fled to Senegal for safety, but are disappointed with what they found.
It’s time now for part three of our series African communities in Dakar. RFI reports on two Sierra Leoneans who arrived in Dakar as refugees and have made it their home.
It’s time now for part two of our series African communities in Dakar, RFI meets two Cameroonian professionals who have been living in Senegal for over a decade.
Senegal has for many years been considered as the most stable country in West Africa. There has never been a military coup and presidential succession has always been through the ballot.
French President François Hollande honoured the hundreds of thousands of troops on Friday who stormed the south of France 70 years ago to open up a second western front against ...
The deadly Ebola virus, which has got the advocates of the free movement of people and goods across west Africa scratching their heads, is making headline news in the national dailies this ...
French Defence Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian on Sunday met Senegalese President Macky Sall as France beefs up its counter-terror efforts in west Africa.
Thousands of artists and art lovers from around the world are in Senegal's capital Dakar for the 11th Biennale of Contemporary African Art.
A new report on a government-sanctioned land grab in Senegal shows a new deal that threatens thousands of Peul pastoralists in the rural Ndiel area.