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 two decades after... 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 that the two... 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 them to reveal... 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 embraced Saturday at... 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” – after British soldiers... 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 so well?” We’re... 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 News Here Source... 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 and they need... 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, arms folded around... 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 Marabastad, Pretoria. Most... Read more »