How the Ethiopian leader and the peace award winner suddenly found himself fighting the Tigrayan rebels as a frontline soldier.
Facebook has removed a post from Ethiopia's prime minister for allegedly violating its policies against "inciting violence".
Philippines journalist Resse, founder of Rappler, and Russian journalist Muratov, editor of Novaya Gazeta, have been honoured “for efforts to safeguard freedom of expression, which is a precondition for democracy”.
Ethiopia’s Abiy Ahmed joins a long list of Nobel Peace Prize recipients who have been accused of war crimes, abuse and genocide.
Eritrea denies allegations of aid obstruction but Abiy government's documents suggest soldiers have been plundering food supplies, stoking fears of starvation deaths, and blocking access to Ethiopian checkpoints.
Nobel Peace Prize winner Malala Yousafzai takes her love for television and film to the small screen as she partners up with Apple TV+.
Here's a look at the turmoil in Tigray as UN warns of possible "war crimes" and Security Council meets behind closed doors to discuss the embattled region.
“They can shoot a young woman, but they can’t steal the hope and resolve of a determined people,” UN special rapporteur Tom Andrews said after reports of police using deadly force against protesters.
There are various examples of how so-called ‘terrorist’ states or leaders can suddenly become clean simply through the normalising of ties with Israel.
The World Food Program was honoured with the Nobel Peace Prize for its efforts "to prevent the use of hunger as a weapon of war and conflict."
One would think leaders worthy of international recognition as peacemakers wouldn't have blood stains on their names. But these leaders certainly do:
UN and others warn refugee camps in Tigray need help, urging for access to deliver badly needed food, medicines and other supplies to the region where fighting between federal troops and local forces has continued for nearly a month.
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