Many thought Yahya Jammeh would be a dictator for life, but he was beaten by an opponent with little political experience.
Merera Gudina spoke out earlier this month in Brussels against the campaign of arrests in Ethiopia.
Homosexual men are being cut off from HIV medication, testing and condom distribution.
The U.S. military says it still considers the action legitimate.
The move comes as Kenya clashes with the U.N. peacekeeping mission in South Sudan.
Foreign enterprises were chief targets of the recent unrest, although some were protected by locals.
Game reserves are hiring armed guards to save the endangered animals.
Johannesburg’s new mayor has stopped laying them, saying the poor have more pressing needs.
Part of a wave of African antagonism toward the court, it is the third country to announce a pullout in two weeks.
The move is a blow to an institution that is increasingly unpopular with African leaders.
Kigeli lived in exile for more than 50 years, many of them spent in poverty outside of Washington.
The girls were among more than 200 kidnapped in April 2014 in northeastern Nigeria.
Officials said the move is intended to thwart foreign-backed gangs that are ‘terrorizing the public.’
Phiona Mutesi, the prodigy featured in a new Disney film, was one of hundreds of children who learned to play at the Christian academy.
The line is key to the government’s plan to lure foreign investors but also showcases the problems besetting that effort.