Ethiopia, Djibouti May Swap Stakes in Airlines, Ports

Ethiopia and Djibouti agreed to swap stakes in strategic public enterprises including airlines, ports and telecommunications companies, as the Horn of Africa neighbors pursue deeper economic integration. The deal would include exchanges... Read more »

The Challenge for Ethiopia’s New Leader: Unleash the Economy

Ethiopia’s new leader faces a critical decision on whether to open up parts of the Horn of Africa nation’s booming economy after making moves to reduce the stake of the military, former... Read more »

Ethiopian-Americans thank a N.J. lawmaker — the Washington way | The Auditor

Rep. Chris Smith won House Foreign Affairs Committee approval in July of a resolution highlighting human rights violations by the current government in Ethiopia and calling for punitive actions against those government officials carrying... Read more »

Ethiopia’s Internally Displaced Overlooked Amid Refugee Crises

Women and children caught in a dust-laden gust at an IDP settlement 60 km south of the town of Gode, reachable only along a dirt track through the desiccated landscape. (Photo: James... Read more »

Warmer climate threatens malaria spread in Ethiopia: study

Since temperatures decrease with altitude, much of the Ethiopian highlands — 1,500 to 2,500 metres (4,921 to 8,202 feet) above sea level — were beyond the reach of malaria transmission. To date,... Read more »

Ethiopia FM in Egypt to discuss Nile dam with officials

Egypt fears Ethiopia’s Grand Renaissance Dam will adversely affect its share of Nile water home > world, africa 19.04.2017 ... Read more »

Walk with pilgrims on a journey to Lalibela, Ethiopia's New Jerusalem – CNN

Their destination is Lalibela in the north of Ethiopia. A town of approximately 20,000 people, Lalibela’s population swells five-fold in the first days of January, pilgrims converging to celebrate Genna (or Ledet)... Read more »

Lalibela: Ethiopia's New Jerusalem – CNN.com – CNN

Their destination is Lalibela in the north of Ethiopia. A town of approximately 20,000 people, Lalibela’s population swells five-fold in the first days of January, pilgrims converging to celebrate Genna (or Ledet)... Read more »

Without reform Ethiopia risks a deepening crisis – Daily Mail

By Afp Published: 10:11 EDT, 31 October 2016 | Updated: 10:11 EDT, 31 October 2016 Faced with its most serious challenge yet, the Ethiopian regime, a crucial Western ally in the fight... Read more »

Chinese-built railway links Ethiopia to the sea – Yahoo News

With Chinese conductors at the helm, a fleet of shiny new trains will on Wednesday begin plying a new route from the Ethiopian capital to Djibouti, in a major boost to both... Read more »