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ADDIS ABABA, Ethiopia: For several minutes, the entrance of the chic Lime Tree restaurant becomes a colourful spectacle the Ethiopian bar kittens…
SHASHAMANE, Ethiopia Brother Zulu is … slowly … looking for a phone number. The elder painstakingly leafs through pages in his black…
GONDER, Ethiopia What makes someone Jewish? Standing beside what appears to be the largest pile of matza ever baked, a cheery Getu Zemene makes the…
KIBERA, Kenya While we eat lunch in a packed restaurant — one I suddenly realize has only one door — Salim Mohamed explains why his eyes…
ALEGO-KOGELO, Kenya To discover the source of the Nile, David Livingstone wandered Africa for more than a decade.
LAKE NAIVASHA As David and I walked through the moonlit meadow, pieces of Kenya that I will miss and bits I hope to forget revealed themselves to me…
NAIROBI Barack Obama could never win a presidential election in Kenya. It’s not that he isn’t popular here.
It was a chance encounter with a nearly forgotten friend. The two had bumped into one another in their home village of Molo, a blip of civilization…
NAIROBI As blank-eyed men hacked away lives with machetes and women packed families on trucks to flee with their lives, 45,000 Kenyan soldiers sat…
ZANZIBAR Bi Kidude bint Baraka squeezes my hand so hard I worry my fingers might break. She has just left the stage after at the internationally…
NAIROBI They picked up the bodies from the streets of N’Djamena on Wednesday, when the fighting stopped.
NAIROBI Kenya is falling apart in a very organized way. Yet another week of violence here has nonetheless seen the emergence of a whole new chapter…
Plied properly with a litre of cold beer, Murage will tell you politics in Kenya, “Is all about the yacht.
On a lazy side street near the torched main drag here the people look as burnt as the buildings. As I approach two of them wasting time near a wall,…
The above photo was taken in the Pelly Crossing Village about 35 years ago. This was New Year’s in Pelly Crossing.
NAIROBI How quickly it all came back. The flocks of thin men swimming in too-big suits and over-polished dress shoes are back.
As the lone kerosene lamp sputtered, election officials, observers and journalists in the dark classroom realized the situation could get a lot worse…
On November 25, Laban Githaiga woke up and kissed his widowed mother goodbye, a woman who had paid for his education through bursaries and begging.
KISUMU, Kenya Richard Brodsky isn’t so much running toward me as maintaining forward movement. His back is rigid and his arms point straight…
I have a walk-on role in a sitcom every morning just outside my apartment as I stroll past an upscale hotel with a taxi stand.