Ethiopia to launch first satellite next year

By ANDUALEM SISAY Ethiopia is set to launch its first earth observatory satellite in September 2019, joining a list of few African countries that have put the devices into orbit. “The satellite... Read more »

Ethiopia’s ruling coalition approves Abiye Ahmed as prime minister

ADDIS ABABA (Reuters) – Ethiopia’s ruling coalition voted in Abiye Ahmed as new prime minister on Tuesday following the resignation of Hailemariam Desalegn last month, the state-run Ethiopian Broadcasting Corporation said. The... Read more »

Ethiopia: Tech Hubs for Innovation, Development

By Misael Lemma ‘Tech hub’ is a buzzword usually used in discussions about technologically advanced cities. Although, different scholars define it differently, generally a tech hub (startup or incubator as some prefer... Read more »

Bekele Gerba and Monkey Business in T-TPLF Monkey Kourts in Ethiopia

Political Prisoner Bekele Gerba, Photo Addis Standard By Alemayehu G. Mariam Author’s Note: We are watching another cruel political theater produced and directed by the T-TPLF playing out in Ethiopia. On October... Read more »

The Peace Corps Experience in Ethiopia – Ethiosports

Peace Corps Volunteers in Ethiopia When the Peace Corps was founded, the statement used to endorse the idea was that it was intended to promote world peace and friendship through volunteers, who would offer their... Read more »

Ethiopia photos of Addis Ababa show young people’s lives 50 years ago — Quartz

Three years ago, Philipp Schütz, a Swiss publisher and photographer based in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, bought two books about Uganda by Dutch photographer, Andrea Stultiens. The photography, a selection of curated images... Read more »

Addis Ababa shows Ethiopia as a land of contrasts

Addis Ababa is a booming, cosmopolitan city in the heart of a poor, rural country, writes Ellie O’Byrne. In the Bole area of Addis Ababa, gorgeous young women take selfies at a... Read more »

In Memory of the Founding Generation of Academic History of Ethiopia

By Tsegaye Tegenu The recent departure of the well-loved Ethiopian historian, Professor Richard Pankhurst provide us the opportunity to remember the efforts of professional historians who for the first time started university... Read more »

In Ethiopia, the elderly get new help from an old tool – CSMonitor.com – Christian Science Monitor

A World Living Longer: Global aging is one of the greatest challenges of the century. And this is not just a “Western” problem. Politicians and policy makers around the world are rethinking... Read more »

In Ethiopia, the elderly get new help from an old tool – Christian Science Monitor

A World Living Longer: Global aging is one of the greatest challenges of the century. And this is not just a “Western” problem. Politicians and policy makers around the world are rethinking... Read more »