Blinken began his Africa tour in a nation with its own turbulent history of democracy.
It maintains a ceiling of 14,400 military personnel in the U.N. mission until Nov. 15, 2022.
Ethiopia’s government declared a national state of emergency as rival Tigray forces and allied fighters seized key cities.
Sierra Leone’s National Disaster Management Agency is working tirelessly in the wake of the emergency.
The investigation was hampered by authorities’ intimidation and restrictions.
The military's takeover has threatened Sudan's fragile Western-backed transition to democracy.
Timbuktu Mayor Aboubacrine Cissé does not hide his unease with France's decision to end its Operation Barkhane.
The country’s constitution was declared invalid in an announcement read aloud on state television by a military leader.
Tigray forces are testing the unilateral cease-fire declared weeks ago.
The number of children recruited by armed groups in Burkina Faso rose at least five-fold so far this year.
In a 5-4 decision, the justices ruled that states yield their immunity from lawsuits in order to maintain a national military...
Space Force continues to carve out its own identity after being created in 2019.
The Army has swiftly reversed a new policy that would have allowed potential recruits to enlist into the force without a high...
Kyle Mullen died Feb. 4 after completing the grueling first phase of U.S. Navy SEAL training called “Hell Week.
Around 1,500 “Higgins boats” were deployed at Normandy on D-Day.