After several years of unrest in Ethiopia and hundreds killed, Hailemariam Desalegn resigned as prime minister to make way for reform, but left behind a questionable human rights record. He meets DW's Conflict Zone.
Having resigned after several years of unrest in Ethiopia, Hailemariam Desalegn left behind a questionable human rights record. He tells DW's Conflict Zone he began reforms and wasn't aware of secret prisons.
Human rights groups have criticized New Delhi's actions in Kashmir, including mass arrests after its recent crackdown. DW's Conflict Zone asks a vice president in the governing BJP how these moves fit with democracy.
Ethiopia is grappling with unrest after a quarrel between premier Abiy Ahmed and media mogul and former ally Jawar Mohammed. The fresh unrest could pose a new challenge to the country hit by ethnically-tinged conflicts.
Tainted by alleged fraud and Taliban attacks on polling stations, what kind of mandate do elections give in a country beset by violence and weak rule of law? Conflict Zone meets the Afghan ambassador to the UN in Geneva.
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