Ethiopians are having a tense debate over who really owns Addis Ababa

Addis Ababa skyline Nine months into a state-of-emergency imposed to quell popular unrest, Ethiopia’s ruling party, the Ethiopian People’s Revolutionary Democratic Front (EPRDF), has unveiled its first significant political concession. But the... Read more »

Ethiopia’s Oromos are asserting their rights for Addis Ababa or Finfinne — Quartz

Nine months into a state-of-emergency imposed to quell popular unrest, Ethiopia’s ruling party, the Ethiopian People’s Revolutionary Democratic Front (EPRDF), has unveiled its first significant political concession. But the furor surrounding the... Read more »

Aramex expands presence in Ethiopia « Post & Parcel

Aramex has expanded its operations across Ethiopia through a Master Franchise Agreement with Logix Express. With this expansion, Aramex is now present in 23 African countries. Aramex Ethiopia will be inaugurating five... Read more »

Ethiopia’s growing international authority due to solid foreign policy – Russia

Russia has underlined the importance of Ethiopia as a valued development partner in different kinds of areas, stressing how strong the country’s international profile continues to soar. According to the Russian Foreign... Read more »

Internet, social media back in Ethiopia after block

Addis Ababa – Ethiopia re-activated cellphone data services and unexpectedly allowed access to social media sites that had been blocked since a wave of anti-government protests last year, a government spokesperson told... Read more »

Ethiopia tasked to help Israel regain AU observer status

Aside the bilateral meetings and signing of agreements that characterized the visit to Israel by Ethiopian Prime Minister, Hailemariam Desalegn, one key point stands out, the return of Israel to the continent’s... Read more »

Ethiopia mobile internet still off after a week

Ethiopia is among the least-connected countries in Africa, with only about 12 percent of people online, the International Telecommunications Union reported in 2015 Ethiopians were still unable to surf the web via... Read more »

Ethiopia shuts off mobile internet without explanation

ADDIS ABABA – Ethiopia said Wednesday it had deactivated mobile internet service, but offered no explanation for the countrywide outage that also briefly affected the African Union headquarters and a massive UN... Read more »

The Ethiopian who aims to lead WHO: Support and criticisms trail

Ethiopia’s Tedros Adhanom, is aiming to lead the United Nations (UN) global health outfit, the World Health Organization (WHO). He will be the first African to hold the post. As election date... Read more »

Ethiopia hopes Morocco’s AU return will speed fresh Western Sahara talks

Ethiopia has added its voice to calls for Morocco and the Polisario Front to amicably resolve political issues relating to the independence of the Western Sahara. Ethiopia’s permanent representative on the Security Council,... Read more »