The father of Ethiopian jazz, Mulatu Astatke is a musician in motion — Quartz

Ethiopian jazz master Mulatu Astatke will be taking a break from his extensive 2018 European concert tour to play at the 19th Cape Town International Jazz Festival. This should come as no... Read more »

American woman marries Ethiopian prince she met in a nightclub

It began, as many relationships do, with a dodgy pickup line in a nightclub.  Ariana Austin was on a night-out with her friend at Pearl nightclub in Washington DC when she was... Read more »

Tibor Nagy: Remembering 9/11 from U.S. Embassy in Ethiopia | Lubbock Online

On Sept. 11, 2001, I was serving as U.S. ambassador to Ethiopia, having returned to my embassy just two days before from a conference in Washington. The Ethiopian Airlines flight from Dulles... Read more »

The New Beijing-backed Ethiopia-Djibouti Rail

BISHOFTU, Ethiopia—The shoe factory felt endless. Thousands of Ethiopians in yellow and red jumpsuits sat in neat rows beneath a cavernous ceiling, assembling, inspecting, and packaging women’s shoes. Overhead, red banners flaunted... Read more »

Ethiopia: Trump Assigns New Ambassador to Ethiopia

US President Donald J. Trump has picked Michael A. Raynor as Ambassador of the United States of America to Ethiopia. Raynor is a career member of the Senior Foreign Service and has... Read more »

Ethiopia: Who for WHO? A Top Leader of a Terrorist Organization, That’s Who!

Tedros Adhanom, Ethiopia’s minister of foreign affairs and former minister of health, is seen at a news conference at the European headquarters of the United Nations in Geneva, Switzerland, May 24, 2016... Read more »

EFF Urges Court to Roll Back Ruling Allowing Remote-Control Spying

Washington, D.C. – The Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) urged an appeals court today to review a dangerous decision by a three-judge panel that would allow foreign governments to spy on Americans on... Read more »

Teen from Ethiopia thankful for new life in America – Shawnee News Star

Temesgen Hands’ entire life has become a story of thankfulness after a difficult time passed. His journey to America after losing his parents, being stolen from his grandparents, a year of being... Read more »

Ethiopia: US-Ethiopia Development Partnership – Trends and Potentials –

By Solomon Wassihun With Donald Trump heading for the White House, the American foreign policy including its overseas development cooperation guidelines are likely to be revised. The expected changes may be foretold... Read more »

A tenured US professor is leading an Ethiopian rebel group

In the summer of 2015, Berhanu Nega’s life took a very unusual turn. The gregarious economics professor took an indefinite leave of absence from his tenured post as professor of economics at... Read more »