With some of the worst gender indicators in sub-Saharan Africa, Ethiopia’s nascent feminist movement struggles for change.
“In life, as a rule, one should never rule anything out,” Kabila said in an interview Sunday.
The violence has stymied the international response to the outbreak, now the second-largest ever.
It was the first abduction of a foreigner since a spate of al-Shabab attacks six years ago.
November 21, 2017, brought euphoric tears. November 21, 2018, is about stifled dreams.
Hundreds of thousands of people in the world’s newest country are at risk of starvation.
The main target appeared to be a hotel frequented by government officials.
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.
But the first lady’s solo trip across the continent was still shadowed by President Trump’s offensive remarks on Africans and the White House push to cut development aid.
For years, the international community has said only that tens of thousands have died.
The government and aid agencies have had to suspend operations because of an attack.
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.
An opposition challenge to Emmerson Mnangagwa’s July 30 election victory was dismissed.