Ethiopia has experienced one of its worst population displacements due to violence in decades. Now stuck in camps, displaced Ethiopians are trying to come to terms with what their future may hold — while accusations and conspiracy theories abound about why the violence occurred.
All across the US, Confederate statues are coming down in response to recent racial violence opening old wounds. But what happens afterwards to these contentious historical artifacts that many Americans still hold dear?
Every day, Eritreans make the perilous journey across the border into Ethiopia where the prospect of a refugee camp within the borders of their country’s enemy, increasingly holds more promise than staying home. And Ethiopia appears only too willing to oblige.
Djibouti was once known for little more than French legionnaires, atrocious heat and the sordid nightlife of its seaside capital. Nowadays it’s viewed as offering some of the most prime military real estate on the planet.
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