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.
After a 20-year standoff, each day brings new elements of a thaw.
No more conference calls via the U.S. or bus rides through Sudan. Neighbors are once again next door.
Thousands cheered and packed the streets during a landmark visit by the Ethiopian prime minister.
Human Rights Watch has releases a damning report on prison torture in one region.
Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed, who was not harmed, said the “well-orchestrated attack” was “cheap and unacceptable.”
Although President Salva Kiir and Riek Machar hugged less than two days ago, there clearly was no reconciliation.