With some of the worst gender indicators in sub-Saharan Africa, Ethiopia’s nascent feminist movement struggles for change.
The Addis Foto Fest features 152 photographers from 61 countries, but its central goal is to develop African photography.
The proof that Tunisia's democracy remained intact after the Arab Spring? Protests against visiting leaders are allowed to go forward.
Discovering new historical sites may help clarify the competing claims of the country's many ethnic groups.
Lawyer Meaza Ashenafi’s most famous case became a movie promoted by Angelina Jolie at the Sundance Film Festival.
Sahle-Work Zewde is a veteran diplomat and has held high U.N. positions, though the new role is ceremonial.
The reformist prime minister named women to top positions, including key defense and security posts.
Thousands demonstrated across Addis Ababa following ethnic attacks near the city that police say killed 23 people.
Persistent lawlessness is endangering Abiy Ahmed’s ambitious plan to democratize the country.
The letter comes in the wake of a Pennsylvania grand jury report about abuse in the church.