Eritrea is coming in from the cold. Could that spark a shooting war with Ethiopia?
Hundreds of soldiers just died in the worst flare-up between Ethiopia and Eritrea since their 1998-2000 war. Could a return to open conflict be around the corner?
Are guns necessary to topple a dictator?
A new U.N. report describes a regime built on torture, domestic spy networks, and mass conscription.
Before risking deadly deserts and a perilous Mediterranean crossing, the first steps of a desperate attempt at a new life cross Sudan.
Nearly one-fifth of people crossing the Mediterranean are leaving a country touted for achieving the Millennium Development Goals. Turns out, a better life requires more than a U.N. checklist.