Eskinder Mamo and Amanuel Abrha met during their IT-studies in Germany. After graduation they returned to Ethiopia and developed "Fidel": The app prepares students for exams and quizzes and teaches Math and English.
Ethiopia's parliament has voted to appoint a woman to the largely ceremonial position of president. But the country continues to be riven by ethnic conflict even as it's praised for its government reforms.
The sweeping reshuffle has seen women take up key posts including Minister of National Defense. The move is in line with Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed's reformist agenda, but it has drawn mixed public reaction.
The gloves were off when Serbian Prime Minister Ana Brnabic appeared on DW's Conflict Zone. The interview whipped up a frenzy in a country not used to politicians having to answer hard-hitting questions.
US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson and Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov both visited Ethiopia but appear not to have met. DW spoke to Chatham House expert Alex Vines about the two ministerial visits.
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