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The controversial leader succeeds Mauritania's President Mohamed Ould Abdel Aziz.
The Nov. 30 turnout of 3,383 people exceeded expectations.
African leaders are meeting in Ethiopia Thursday at a summit to discuss food security amid outbreaks of violence in South Sudan and Central African Republic.
Peace talks emerge after South Sudan's government declared a state of emergency in Unity and Jonglei.
The nation's rapidly developing capital, Addis Ababa, has attracted young women eager for better pay and city living.
At a protest in Ethiopia's capital on Thursday marking the Muslim celebration of Eid al-Fitr, Muslims chanted slogans asking the government to respect their rights.
On Sunday, June 2, about 10,000 Ethiopian demonstrators marched on Addis Ababa to call for the release of jailed journalists and activists. Unemployment and inflation were also addressed during the protest.
African nations this week mark the 50th year since the founding of a continent-wide organization, now called the African Union, that spearheaded efforts to liberate the continent from colonial masters.
Eleven nations in Africa’s Great Lakes region gathered over the weekend to sign a pact aimed at stemming violence between rebels and government forces in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
South Sudan ordered oil companies to restart production Thursday and officials said oil export could resume in about 90 days, ending a nearly nine-month shutdown following a dispute with Sudan over borders and oil.