Ethiopian Airlines to resume flights to Eritrea in September

Ethiopian Airlines Bole Airport File Ethiopia said, its flag carrier will resume commercial flights to Eritrea starting in September as a sign of improving relationship between the two countries... Read more »

Eritrean and Ethiopian delegates meet for key talks

Ethiopia has greeted a delegation from neighbouring Eritrea for the first time in 20 years. Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed welcomed Eritrea’s Foreign Minister Osman Saleh, leading to hopes... Read more »

OPED Kenya must protect refugees who fled brutal military attacks in Ethiopia

Ayantu, a 53-year-old mother of seven, had just finished preparing lunch for her children when military personnel surrounded her village. They pulled everyone out of their homes and asked... Read more »

Canadian citizen arrives back in Canada after 11 years in Ethiopian prison

A man is back on Canadian soil after being in an Ethiopian prison for 11 years. Tears filled the eyes of Bashir Makhtal and his family members as they... Read more »

Ethiopians urge Britain to return bones of ‘stolen’ prince after 150 years | World news

For 150 years, Ethiopians have been asking when Prince Alemayehu will come home. The orphan prince, a descendant of Solomon, was taken to England – some say “stolen” –... Read more »

Funny, you don’t seem Ethiopian – Opinion

‘Funny, you don’t seem Ethiopian,” says Helen, expressing the collective opinion of the local nurses gathering around Tsheay Orna Tadoses-Solomon, the nurse from Israel. “How do you speak Amharic... Read more »

With new prime minister, Ethiopia takes a step back from the precipice

By Alemayehu Mariam, opinion contributor — 04/06/18 06:00 PM EDT The views expressed by contributors are their own and not the view of The Hill © Getty Read More... Read more »

Ethiopia seeks return of looted treasures from London museum | Ethiopia News

Ethiopian artifacts looted by the British colonialists in the 19th century are on a display in London, but a top Ethiopian official says the treasures belong to Addis Ababa... Read more »

Ethiopian photographer talks past, present, future of Ethiopia | Campus

Dante Alighieri’s “Inferno” inspired the photo that brought Ethiopian photographer Aida Muluneh to the forefront of the photography world. The photo features a model staring straight at the camera,... Read more »

Ethiopian immigrants’ long battle to be heard

Pretoria – It’s about 05:00 on a dark on Tuesday morning. Hundreds of Ethiopian immigrants jostle to be first in the queue at the Desmond Tutu Refugee Centre in... Read more »