More than 800,000 forced to flee violence in southern Ethiopia

Violence in southern Ethiopia since June has forced more than 800,000 people to flee their homes and they need food and other aid, a report by the United Nations and the government... Read more »

Ethiopia removes rebel groups from terrorist list – New Business Ethiopia

The Council of Ministers of Ethiopia on Saturday has decided to take out the names of Ginbot 7, Oromo Liberation Front (OLF) and Ogaden National Liberation Front (ONLF) from terrorist group list.... Read more »

Number of blood donors from Ethiopian community in Israel doubles after rule change – Israel News

Following a change in Health Ministry policy that now allows Israelis born in Ethiopia to donate blood, the number of donors from the Israeli-Ethiopian community has doubled in a space of a... Read more »

Why I’m coming back home to Ethiopia after 16 years in exile | Africa

In February 2018, I told Al Jazeera’s Martine Dennis that Ethiopia was on the edge of a precipice and that only the election of an Oromo prime minister could save it from... Read more »

Why Ethiopia Needs to Top Your Bucket List Now, in 11 Photos

Hand-feeding hyenas. Visiting subterranean churches hewn out of rock. Wolf-spotting on one of Africa’s highest mountains. Even for the most plugged-in travelers, it may come as a surprise that the land-locked country... Read more »

Ethiopia says forces behind grenade attack could strike again

ADDIS ABABA (Reuters) – The forces behind Saturday’s grenade attack at a rally in Ethiopia attended by Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed could strike again, the government said on Wednesday, urging the public... Read more »

Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed of Ethiopia, “We must separate the thorns from the roses.”

My dear and honored Ethiopian people. Let me first say that seeing so many Ethiopians here today joining hands to show love, reconciliation and unity has triggered extraordinary hope in me and... Read more »

Twenty people in court in Ethiopia following grenade attack

ADDIS ABABA (Reuters) – Twenty people appeared in court in the Ethiopian capital on Monday following a grenade attack at a rally for Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed in which two people were... Read more »

30 suspects arrested over Ethiopia grenade attack | News

A second person has died after a grenade attack on a political rally attended by Ethiopia’s Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed in the capital, Addis Ababa, as authorities arrested police officials and suspects.... Read more »

Why you should invest in Ethiopia

On her final stop for Standard Bank’s Africa Connected in Ethiopia, Pan-African broadcaster Lee Kasumba talks to the Ethiopian Ambassador to South Africa, Dr Shiferaw... Read more »