Casey Reas manipulates TV transmissions into visual works reminiscent of Pollock.
The 'MA4' project imbues communities with functional DIY electronic textiles.
This beautiful and scary art what happens when an artist studies scientists at work.
The agreement gives President Salva Kiir a majority stake in a transitional government. Rebel leader Riek Machar expressed shock to reporters after learning that Kiir had declined to sign.
Another round of peace talks between the country's warring factions has begun, but if Thursday's opening remarks are any indication, compromise will be as challenging as ever.
Ethiopia has maintained Washington funding despite reports by the US State Department that paint the country as one of the worst human rights offenders in sub-Saharan Africa.
In one of the most high-profile assaults since the end of apartheid, South African police killed 34 miners striking for higher wages and better living conditions in August 2012.
A massive, peaceful protest in Addis Ababa over the Islamic State’s murder of more than 20 Ethiopian Christians turned violent as demonstrators called for vengeance.
Authorities have been criticized for failing to sufficiently step up security at Garissa University, where at least 147 students were killed by al Shabaab militants, despite evidence they knew of the threat.
Incendiary campaign rhetoric, armed militias, and trigger-happy police could once again shatter the promise of a peaceful democratic result to Nigeria’s presidential election.
Police stormed the headquarters of the country’s bar association Friday as lawyers gathered to decide whether the president’s decision to fire his vice president was unconstitutional.