Ethiopian Cabinet declares state of emergency after protests force prime minister’s resignation – Los Angeles Times

Los Angeles Times Ethiopian Cabinet declares state of emergency after protests force prime minister’s resignationLos Angeles TimesHailemariam Desalegn announces his resignation as Ethiopian prime minister on Thursday, Feb. 15,... Read more »

ETHIOPIA TO DECLARE THREE MONTHS STATE OF EMERGENCY AS OF TODAY

  ETHIOPIA TO DECLARE THREE MONTHS STATE OF EMERGENCY AS OF TODAY Addis Abeba, February 16/2018 – The Council of ministers is set to declare a state of emergency... Read more »

Ethiopia’s Oromia region at standstill as 3-day social shutdown kicks off

Several towns across Ethiopia’s Oromia region religiously observed the start of a social shutdown. According to reports the boycott call was called by the youth (Qeerroo) in the region.... Read more »

Ethiopia’s Eskinder Nega refuses to sign false confession in … – CPJ Press Freedom Online

Voice of America Ethiopia’s Eskinder Nega refuses to sign false confession in …CPJ Press Freedom OnlineNew York, February 9, 2018–The Committee to Protect Journalists condemns the Ethiopian government’s attempts... Read more »

Ethiopia, Egypt and Sudan Leaders Met Over Nile Dam Impasse – U.S. News & World Report

Aljazeera.com Ethiopia, Egypt and Sudan Leaders Met Over Nile Dam ImpasseU.S. News & World ReportThe leaders of Ethiopia, Egypt and Sudan met in Addis Ababa Monday to discuss contentious... Read more »

Weekend Clashes During Ethiopia Religious Festival Leave Seven Dead – U.S. News & World Report

BBC News Weekend Clashes During Ethiopia Religious Festival Leave Seven DeadU.S. News & World ReportADDIS ABABA (Reuters) – At least seven people died after clashes broke out between security... Read more »

Ethiopia: 2017 in Recap – allAfrica.com

By Misael Lemma Blessed with remarkable achievements and marred with a brief period of scuffles due to grievances, Ethiopia has received the New Year, 2018, with lots to talk... Read more »

Women-only trek up Kilimanjaro, exploring Ethiopia and more

For nearly three decades, Wild Women Expeditions has been offering a wide variety of women-only outdoor adventures around the world. A challenging bucket-list trip in September — Savannah to... Read more »

Ethiopia: Love Thy Neighbour – allAfrica.com

column By Christian Tesfaye It took hours since coming into effect for the warring factions of South Sudan to break the cease-fire that was signed three days ago. The... Read more »

Ethiopia activists stage online campaign for ‘Prisoners of Conscience’

Activists in Ethiopia are making use of social media platforms – Twitter/Facebook in a campaign for the release of persons under detention or in jail for supposedly political reasons.... Read more »