With such widespread suffering within Ethiopia, the need to end the fighting takes on a new urgency.
This week, the military in Sudan orchestrated a coup d’état and arrested the Prime Minister and cabinet members.
By Ilan Fuchs, Ph.D.Faculty Member, Legal Studies A few months ago, I wrote an article on the dire economic situation…
U.S. recognition of Western Sahara as an independent state can be challenged on the basis of morality, but politically it will have limited results.
Tunisian President Beji Caid Essebsi, the North African country’s first democratically elected leader and a symbol of the generation of Tunisians who shook off French rule in the 1950s, has died. He was 92.
Halting the most recent Ebola outbreak in the DRC – the tenth to date – is being hampered by ongoing civil unrest in eastern DRC.
After four months of protests, the Sudanese military on Thursday arrested President Omar al-Bashir during a coup and moved him to a “safe location.”
The epicenter of jihadism in Africa has long been the Sahel, the region that skirts the southern fringe of the Sahara Desert. Islamist groups such as Boko Haram have used the vast and relatively empty area to hide, recruit and organize.
Canada Arten boarded a flight back to Africa this month — after eight years awaiting his deportation and months of last-ditch efforts to avert it. But in a stunning reversal for the Twin Cities man and 91 other deportees on board, the plane turned back to the United States.