One of two boats carrying refugees from Africa reportedly deflates, sinks
Eritrean and Ethiopian leaders have moved swiftly in the past two months to end two decades of hostility since conflict erupted in 1998
Thousands of years ago, nomads set up corrals for their beasts where the Serengeti is today
Still not recognized as Jewish by Israel, three dozen members of the Abayudaya community celebrate their Judaism at the Western Wall in a unique way
South Sudanese Students Booted From Israeli Community After Residents Claim They'll Bring 'Rape, Murder and Break-ins'
African students are here as part of a government program to study agriculture. Residents warned of ‘rape, murder and break-ins,’ demanded to remove them and blocked their entry. The head of the regional council complied
Trump's tweet was also the first time in his presidency in which he tweeted the word 'Africa'
This development marks another great step in the detente between Ethiopia and Eritrea, said the Eritrean foreign minister
Newly published letters show that the desire to 'score a PR victory' – not empathy – was key in decision to offer help to victims of the massacres
The effort is part of a U.S. effort to counter violent extremists in the region, U.S. spokeswoman says
Although Eritrea and Ethiopia struck a surprise peace agreement in July, Israel is closely monitoring the situation and seeing how other countries react before deciding whether to expel anyone