Enlarge this image A man holds a desert locust in his hand in Kenya’s Rift
Uganda’s youth are turning out in force ahead of Thursday’s presidential election, challenging longtime leader Yoweri Museveni.
Enlarge this image The question of what to call “the developing world” is a developing
Uganda is a week away from its contentious presidential election. And after the insurrection at the U.S. Capitol, some Ugandans
Sudan has taken another step to shed its past as a pariah state, two years after the country’s longtime leader
The soaring price of bread led to the toppling of Sudan’s long-time dictator, Omar al-Bashir. Now a fragile interim government
The pandemic and its many travel restrictions haven’t stopped thousands of migrants from attempting the dangerous trip across the Mediterranean
Almost 50,000 Ethiopians have crossed into neighboring Sudan, escaping a war between the Ethiopian government and a rebellious region. They are facing dire conditions at camps.
The U.N. humanitarian agency announced the agreement Wednesday. Since fighting began in the disputed region roughly a month ago, tens of thousands of residents have fled for Sudan.(Image credit: Eduardo Soteras/AFP via Getty Images)
Abiy Ahmed, the prime minister of Ethiopia, is claiming victory after three weeks of war. The rebel leader, however, says it’s not over.