Middle East

Israeli policeman who killed black teen released on bail

Police officer freed from house arrest two weeks after 19-year-old Solomon Teka was shot, causing nationwide protests.

Israeli policeman who killed black teen released on bail

Africa

Well rehab programme brings new life to rural Ethiopia

In some of Ethiopia's remote villages, aid agencies are helping restore access to clean water.

Ethiopia

Between peace and uncertainty after Ethiopia-Eritrea deal

Cautious optimism one year on since the Eritrean president and the Ethiopian prime minister signed a new agreement.

Between peace and uncertainty after Ethiopia-Eritrea deal

AJ Impact

Boeing to offer $100m to families of plane crash victims

The offer comes as Boeing faces at least 80 lawsuits on behalf of victims of the plane crashes.

Boeing to offer $100m to families of plane crash victims

Eritrea

UN expert: No rights improvements in Eritrea after peace deal

Deal between Asmara and Addis Ababa has failed to 'pay dividends' for ordinary Eritreans, UN envoy says.

UN expert: No rights improvements in Eritrea after peace deal

Ethiopia

Ethiopia steps up arrests as shockwaves from coup bid continue

More than 250 people in Amhara and Addis Ababa held over suspected links to recent failed power-grab attempt.

Africa

Nearly 250 arrested in Ethiopia after foiled coup: State TV

The state broadcaster did not give details of arrests, but a regional party said 56 of its members had been detained.

Nearly 250 arrested in Ethiopia after foiled coup: State TV

Ethiopia

Q&A: 'Power in Ethiopia to come through voting, not violence'

Samia Zekaria, Ethiopian ambassador to Qatar, discusses recent instability, human rights and regional mediating efforts.

Q&A: 'Power in Ethiopia to come through voting, not violence'

Africa

'Lost them forever': Ethiopia pays tribute to slain army chief

Prime Minister Abiy in tears as the country holds state funeral for military generals killed during coup bid.

'Lost them forever': Ethiopia pays tribute to slain army chief

AJ IMPACT

Outrage over Ethiopia's continuing internet blackout

NetBlocks, NGO monitoring internet censorship, estimates Ethiopians lose at least $4.5m each day the internet is cut.

Africa

Ethiopia mourns after officials killed during failed coup bid

A day of national mourning observed and the government announces military funeral as the alleged coup leader is killed.

Ethiopia

Ethiopia security forces kill alleged coup leader

The failed putsch on Saturday led to the killing of five senior officials, including the army chief of staff.

Ethiopia security forces kill alleged coup leader

Africa

Ethiopia government says rebellion quashed after arrests made

Ethiopia's Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed says situation in Amhara region under control after army chief of staff shot dead.

Africa

Sudan's military rejects Ethiopia's transition proposal

The military voices reservations over the plan for transition to civilian rule and instead seeks joint AU-Ethiopia plan.

Sudan's military rejects Ethiopia's transition proposal

Middle East

Sudan military calls for joint AU, Ethiopia transition plan

Ruling military council rejects Ethiopian initiative which proposed civilian-majority governing council.

Sudan military calls for joint AU, Ethiopia transition plan