My famously vivacious country is eerily silent. This is what a nationwide quarantine feels like: we are at war, not with another country, but with a virus.
Biafran secessionist leader Nnamdi Kanu says only a boycott of the upcoming presidential elections can compell Nigeria to peacefully resolve the Biafra independence question.
Lilesa has been living in the U.S. since he staged a protest against his government at the Rio 2016 Olympics.
The Ministry of Education and Sports, run by Museveni's wife, says the book will "enlighten the youth."
Rights groups have accused Ethiopian security forces of opening fire on protesters, killing hundreds.
'You and your wife could be in jail and your kids will be in foster care,' a crew member told the family.
The 93-year-old leader spoke at the World Economic Forum on Africa.
Uganda ranked 112 out of 180 countries in Reporters Without Borders' 2017 Press Freedom Index.
Samuel Abisai won one of the biggest prizes in Kenya's sports betting history.
After Nigeria's information minister sparked controversy with his comments on the dish, the vice president made clear who he thinks makes the best jollof rice.
The rest of the 4,000-strong contingent is expected in the country later this year.
A new report said the government workers had fraudulent high school certificates.
A special tribunal set up in 2013 found him guilty of having ordered the arrest, torture and killing of thousands of Chadians.
At least 14 people have been killed in the drought-hit region in recent months.
The first disarmament talks since 2015 are seen as a positive step toward ending a war that has killed thousands and displaced millions.
Leader of pro-separatist group Ipob is standing trial on treasonable felony charges.
Authorities imposed the ban in January, claiming people used social media to disseminate false information.
The couple were snorkeling when they were attacked swimming off the coast of the British territory.
Feyisa Lilesa has condemned a government crackdown on protesters in Ethiopia, which allegedly caused hundreds of deaths.