Ethiopia and Liberia were the only two African countries that were not colonized. Liberia was founded by freed slaves and Ethiopia resisted Italian attempts at colonization. More »

All African countries except for Liberia and Ethiopia came under imperialist rule between 1750 and 1914. European countries rushed to gain control over African countries in order to enhance their economic, social and pol... More »

Important events in Liberia's history include its colonization by free American blacks in the early 19th century, the founding of the republic in 1847, extension of the right to vote to indigenous peoples in 1946 and a U... More »

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As of December 2015, the world's poorest countries are the Central African Republic, the Democratic Republic of Congo, Malawi, Liberia and Burundi. Each of these countries is in sub-Saharan Africa. In fact, the 13 poores... More »

The reappearance of Ebola, a marathon in Monrovia and Coca-Cola expanding production facilities in the country are some of the events that happened in Liberia in 2015. Many of the events in Liberia in 2015 were seen a sy... More »

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Ethiopia was able to resist the rule of Italians because of their able leader, Menelik II. He was able to lead the Ethiopian army to fight the Italians during the Battle of Adwa. More »

Ethiopia was able to maintain its independence after defeating the Italians in the 1896 war in Adawa. Over 70,000 Ethiopian troops stood firmly and confronted the Italians. More »