Ant Overlords? Supercolony in Ethiopian Forests Set to Invade Globe – Yahoo News

The forests of Ethiopia are teeming with a supercharged ant that is poised to invade the globe, new research suggests. The infamous ant species, Lepisiota canescens, is demonstrating the behavior needed for... Read more »

Ant Overlords? Supercolony in Ethiopian Forests Set to Invade Globe – Live Science

Lepisiota ants kill a termite. Credit: D. Magdalena Sorger The forests of Ethiopia are teeming with a supercharged ant that is poised to invade the globe, new research suggests. The... Read more »

Dadi Bayene, of Ethiopia, wins Anthem Richmond Marathon … – Richmond.com

Update: Dadi Beyene won today’s 39th running of the Anthem Richmond Marathon in 2:19:36. Beyene, from Ethiopia, finished three seconds ahead of Peter Limo, of Kenya. An online service is needed to view... Read more »

Bobby Curtis leads Americans to 2nd place team finish behind Ethiopia – The Denver Post

Bobby Curtis and Abdi Abdirahman of the USA Team cool off after finishing the Men’s Professional Race at the 2015 Bolder Boulder. (Paul Aiken, Daily Camera) BOULDER — Bobby Curtis knows how... Read more »

Bobby Curtis leads Americans to 2nd place team finish behind Ethiopia – The Denver Post

Bobby Curtis and Abdi Abdirahman of the USA Team cool off after finishing the Men’s Professional Race at the 2015 Bolder Boulder. (Paul Aiken, Daily Camera) BOULDER — Bobby Curtis knows how... Read more »

Bobby Curtis leads Americans to 2nd place team finish behind Ethiopia – The Denver Post

Bobby Curtis and Abdi Abdirahman of the USA Team cool off after finishing the Men’s Professional Race at the 2015 Bolder Boulder. (Paul Aiken, Daily Camera) BOULDER — Bobby Curtis knows how... Read more »

Court Orders Cancelation of Chamber’s Decision On Zafu Eyesuswork

Federal First Instance Court cancels the decision it passed against Zafu Eyesuswork on January 14, 2013, ordering the Chamber to pay 1,000 Br of moral compensation. The accusation was filled on January... Read more »

Diaspora Investor Set Free in a Higher Court Reversal of a Two-Year Sentence

By Lucy Kassa Lideta federal high court has reversed the cyber crime sentence previously passed by a first instance court against Yonas Kassahun, a diaspora with a German citizenship who was alleged... Read more »

Teacher’s Ethiopia trip puts students in a giving mood

[David Jolkovski/AFN] Gwen Kaiser Gwen Kaiser poses with her fourth-grade students at Kyrene de la Colina Elementary School on Thursday, Nov. 20, 2014. Kaiser’s students collected donations for her to bring to... Read more »

In Ethiopia, family planning increasingly an article of faith

Addis Ababa, Ethiopia — Religious figures have been preaching the gospel of family planning here in Africa’s second most populous nation. The result: a whittling of the fertility rate, and a leap... Read more »