Dar es Salaam
Her inauguration comes two days after she announced the death of President John Magufuli, after he had not been seen in public for more than two weeks.
Authorities said the truck exploded near the town of Morogoro as people were trying to siphon fuel out of it.
Activists say homophobia and anti-LGBTQ attacks have risen since President John Magufuli’s 2015 election.
Coffee Shop, Moshi: You'll feel good after eating here not only because the fare is light, but also because proceeds from
LGBT Tanzanians are not alone in being violently persecuted for their sexuality. As the profile of gay rights grows globally, so too has the backlash from anti-LGBT campaigners.
Tanzania has a way of reeling you in. It is at once so challenging and raw, yet at the same time comforting and nurturing. It is verdant and it is arid. It is ocean and it is mountain; it is highway and it is island.
I don't always tell people that I didn't know I was pregnant. Although I'll never forget the surprise, I often wonder, "Why didn't I know?"
Emmy Award-winning composer/philanthropist Peter Buffett in Liberia with the IRC. Look at Haiti! Everyone wants to help because
Susan Hirsch, a college professor from Donora, Penn., and her husband, a Kenyan citizen named Abdurrahman Abdullah, were