Ethiopia Extends Emergency As Old Grievances Simmer: A Ruling Party’s Strength Becomes Its Main Weakness

Some 20,000 people have reportedly been detained under the state of emergency, which also led to curfews, bans on public assembly, and media and internet restrictions.

These 60 Photographs Might Just Change The Way You Think – Or Feel – About Africa

A plague near the entrance to Our Lady of the Rosary Catholic Cathedral in Asmara, Eritrea, lists Benito Mussolini as a donor.

Since November 2015 Over 600 Protestors Have Been Killed: Is Ethiopia Slipping Into Crisis?

Protests testing the leadership’s grip, and its big idea of a “developmental state” – the implied bargain in which the regime delivers economic growth, in exchange for acquiescence over its authoritarianism