The move to reopen a public beachfront, backed by Turkey, comes amid escalating tensions in the Eastern Mediterranean.
Stolen funds undermine public spending on health care, education, and infrastructure, a U.N. report finds.
Proposals would see the ruling junta appoint a new leader for a two-year transition.
Calls grow for Angela Merkel to halt the controversial Russian gas pipeline.
The continent has largely eradicated wild polio, the crowning achievement of a massive, globally coordinated public health effort.
Three former presidents have been named in Mexico’s biggest graft investigation in recent history.
While the Islamic State-linked militants may not hold on to Mocimboa da Praia, the attack underscores their growing sophistication.
With inflation running at 700 percent, the pandemic has left an already weak state on the brink.
The president’s sixth term in office is all but guaranteed, but an unexpected groundswell of support for the opposition has exposed his unpopularity.
Doctors Without Borders staff are pushing back against institutional racism, reflecting a growing debate in the aid community over the legacies of colonialism.
This week’s constitutional referendum gives the long-serving president the veneer of legitimacy needed to hold on to power through 2036.
Ethiopian officials say they will start filling Africa’s largest hydroelectric dam next month, but they haven’t reached a deal with the countries downstream.