Regions / Ethiopia
The Ethiopian government is cracking down on journalists and NGOs. Where's the outrage from the international community?
Protests broke out in Ethiopia in November, and the government is continuing its massive crackdown.
The Afars, a tightly knit Muslim minority in one of the most inhospitable corners of Africa, are determined to keep their home and the culture that sustains them.
The U.S. military has built an extensive archipelago of African outposts, transforming the continent into a laboratory for a new kind of war.
Thousands of Eritreans are marooned in this desolate corner of the Horn of Africa.
If he wants to save his legacy on Africa, Barack Obama will have to be more than a shill for U.S. security firms and corporations.
Barack Obama is headed to Ethiopia. Will he speak up for the journalists and activists locked up by Washington's "war on terror" ally?
An ill-advised American-supported Ethiopian invasion transformed Al-Shabab from a marginal player into a major force.
Backed by U.S. development aid, the Ethiopian government is seizing land, demolishing homes, and cracking down on activists in a bid to expand its capital city.
Is the conflict in South Sudan the opening salvo in the battle for a continent?