MEKELLE, Ethiopia In the birthplace of the armed struggle that propelled Ethiopia's ruling coalition to power 27 years ago, there is growing anger as the country's new prime minister stages a crackdown on the region's once-powerful leaders.
NAIROBI/ADDIS ABABA Ethiopian Airlines is accelerating its strategy of weaving a patchwork of new African routes to soak up traffic on the continent and fly customers towards its more lucrative flights to rapidly expanding Asian markets.
NAIROBI The soldiers started fanning out in the cashew nut growing regions of southern Tanzania - a jolting sight for traders and, campaigners say, a watershed moment for a country once held up as a darling of development groups.
ADDIS ABABA A year ago, rebel leader Berhanu Nega was coordinating attacks against Ethiopian soldiers from his base across the border in Eritrea and faced a death penalty at home.
WOLISO, Ethiopia They were tortured for their political beliefs. They saw friends shot dead by security forces. They were forced to cut their hair and give up other cultural traditions. This year, they say, they caused a revolution.
NAIROBI A group of Kenyan tea plantation workers have written to the chief executive of Unilever saying they had warned the firm's local managers they would be caught up in ethnic violence after a disputed election in 2007, before being hunted and attacked.
ADDIS ABABA/BEIJING, Sept 1 Ethiopia has been
lauded by experts from China's ruling Communist Party as a
"model country" in Beijing's $126 billion Belt and Road
initiative to build rail, road and sea links tying China to
Eurasia and Africa.
ADDIS ABABA/BEIJING Ethiopia has been lauded by experts from China's ruling Communist Party as a "model country" in Beijing's $126 billion Belt and Road initiative to build rail, road and sea links tying China to Eurasia and Africa.
NAIROBIThe arrest this month of a 35-year-old legislator who calls himself "Ghetto President" has sparked fierce street protests in Uganda. Musician-turned-MP Robert Kyagulanyi represents a new challenge to President Yoweri Museveni, in power since 1986.
NAIROBI A popular Ugandan musician-turned-legislator arraigned on treason charges had breathing problems and was left partially paralysed after beatings in detention, lawmakers who visited him said on Friday.