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Overseas Adoptions by Americans Continue to Decline Click Here to Open in a New Window
A new State Department report said adoptions of foreign-born children were at a 35-year low.
Exploring Ethiopia’s Past and Future Through Body Painting Click Here to Open in a New Window
Aida Muluneh’s colorful photos of figures in decorative body paint explore issues of African identity, women and the connection between heritage and homeland.
As Trash Avalanche Toll Rises in Ethiopia, Survivors Ask Why Click Here to Open in a New Window
A landfill at the edge of Addis Ababa where at least 113 people died has been the capital’s main dumping ground for decades.
Landslide at Ethiopia Garbage Dump Kills at Least 35 Click Here to Open in a New Window
Most of the dead were women and children, and several dozen people were missing at the landfill, where many of them lived.
Feyisa Lilesa, Marathoner in Exile, Finds Refuge in Arizona Click Here to Open in a New Window
The Olympic silver medalist didn’t return to Ethiopia after gaining international attention for crossing his arms above his head at the finish line in a defiant gesture at the Rio Games.
Joyous Africans Take to the Rails, With China’s Help Click Here to Open in a New Window
A new railway line from Djibouti to Ethiopia has showcased China’s effort to extend its influence, with aid and expertise, throughout Africa.
Gazing Into Danakil Depression’s Mirror, and Seeing Mars Stare Back Click Here to Open in a New Window
Scientists are studying this area in a remote region of Ethiopia — one of the hottest places on Earth — to understand the possibilities of life on other planets and moons.
Who Is Telling Africa’s Stories? Click Here to Open in a New Window
Although easier access to digital equipment led to a surge of local photographers in Africa, it has yet to result in more opportunities for aspiring photojournalists.
Talking to In-laws Can Be Hard. In Some Languages, It’s Impossible. Click Here to Open in a New Window
A geographically widespread practice known as avoidance speech imposes strict rules on how one speaks — or doesn’t — to the parents of a spouse.
Up in the Sky, Help to Keep Africans From Starving Click Here to Open in a New Window
Satellite images help insurers predict when drought is likely to kill cattle, so they can aid herders whose own lives depend on their livestock.





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