Western democracies look the other way as a dictatorial ally in the war on terror holds another election marred by violence and intimidation.
Former foes have found a common enemy in the TPLF. Will it lead beyond battlefield cooperation?
After Trump’s insults and detachment, the Biden administration is crafting a new, more engaged approach to the continent.
Militants and mercenaries have killed thousands in the country’s north—and the government has done little to halt the violence.
The Ethiopian government is facing mounting allegations that foreign soldiers and Amhara regional forces committed atrocities during the war in Tigray.
South Africa’s former president failed to show up at a corruption inquiry. The country’s Constitutional Court is now deciding whether he should be arrested.
The vote scheduled for early February was canceled, leading to uncertainty and a power vacuum in Mogadishu.