Humans and our primate ancestors have been making and using stone tools for millions of years.
"Pilots are no longer needed, but rather computer scientists from MIT," Trump wrote.
Rwanda has joined Ethiopia in becoming one of the few countries in the world to introduce a “gender-balanced” cabinet.
The UAE is becoming a major power-broker, putting the control of ports and maritime trade routes at the center of its strategy.
"A new era of peace and friendship has been opened,” an agreement read.
“You need to stop doing this," Ethiopia's new PM tells attackers. You weren't successful in the past and you won't be successful in the future."
She didn't travel abroad on a good ship, but Shirley Temple Black charmed the world in person just like she had on-screen.
Opposition activists said hundreds were killed in a stampede allegedly provoked by security forces at the Irreecha festival in 2016.
Saudi Arabia has announced plans to expel migrants working or living illegally in the kingdom.
The pariah state severed ties with Qatar on Monday. In response, Qatar has pulled troops from the Eritrea-Djibouti border.
Lilesa has been living in the U.S. since he staged a protest against his government at the Rio 2016 Olympics.
Rights groups have accused Ethiopian security forces of opening fire on protesters, killing hundreds.
Feyisa Lilesa has condemned a government crackdown on protesters in Ethiopia, which allegedly caused hundreds of deaths.
The landslide at the capital's only landfill site destroyed dozens of homes.
The climate phenomenon is often called the Indian Niño due to its similarity with El Niño.
The dump is the only landfill site in Addis Ababa, a city with more than 3 million people.
"I think Boris Johnson's response to this situation is bizarre and inexplicable," a senior legal official tells Newsweek.
Feyisa Lilesa publicly backed anti-government protesters at the Rio 2016 Olympics.
Political change, separatist insurgencies and a possible genocide project a tough year for the continent.
All-female pop group Yegna were granted funds to build a media platform online.
Police arrested Merera Gudina for "communicating with a banned terrorist organization."