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  1. An Ethiopian marathon runner who made global headlines with an anti-government gesture at the Rio de Janeiro Olympics finish line has returned from exile. Feyisa Lilesa's return on Sunday came ...

  2. Human Rights Watch, a New York-based monitor, expressed outrage at the election, criticising in particular Eritrea and the Philippines.

  3. U.S. Ambassador to the U.N. Nikki Haley is demanding the U.N. Secretary General take action against the Bolivian and Cuban delegations after they disrupted a U.S. event to draw attention to ...

  4. Since 2012, at least 1,367 cheetahs were offered for sale on social media and ecommerce websites. Instagram and YouTube are conduits for traffickers selling the endangered animals as pets, according ...

  5. How Russia moved into Central Africa

    Reuters via Yahoo News7 days ago

    By Aaron Ross DAKAR (Reuters) - When Central African Republic (CAR) pleaded for help last year to fight marauding militias, former colonial ruler France offered guns it had seized off Somalia ...

  6. Eritrean Abedom Beyene, 17, arrived in the UK last year after a journey that saw him walk across the Sahara desert. Cambridgeshire County Council, which said it would not comment on individual ...

  7. Since coming to power Abiy's measures have included ending two decades of conflict with neighbouring Eritrea, releasing jailed dissidents, welcoming formerly banned groups back into the ...

  8. Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed said on Thursday an incident last week in which dozens of soldiers marched on his office was instigated by "plotters" and revealed the troops were armed.

  9. Since coming to power in April, Mr Abiy has made some dramatic changes - including freeing thousands of political prisoners, unbanning some outlawed groups and making peace with long-time foe ...

  10. The ‘North Korea of Africa’? Not so fast.

    Columbia Journalism Review7 days ago

    The capital of Eritrea, my home country, is famously known as “La Piccola Roma,” or Africa’s “Little Rome”—references to colonial days.

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