Ethiopia re-arrests recently freed politicians, journalists | Ap

ADDIS ABABA, Ethiopia — Ethiopian security forces have re-arrested a number of recently freed politicians and journalists as they gathered for a social event outside the capital, Addis Ababa, with family and... Read more »

Ethiopia re-arrests recently freed politicians, journalists

By Elias Meseret | AP By Elias Meseret | AP March 26 at 4:08 AM ADDIS ABABA, Ethiopia — Ethiopian security forces have re-arrested a number of recently freed politicians and journalists as they gathered for... Read more »

Ethiopia command post says 9 civilians killed by mistake

By Elias Meseret | AP ADDIS ABABA, Ethiopia — Ethiopian security forces mistakenly killed nine civilians in Moyale, located on the country’s southern border with Kenya, according to a command post established to oversee... Read more »

Ethiopia lawmakers approve ban on foreign adoptions | News

ADDIS ABABA, Ethiopia — Ethiopian lawmakers have approved a ban on foreign adoptions amid concerns about mistreatment of children overseas. The approval came after rare heated debate as some lawmakers worried that... Read more »

Ethiopia: Hundreds Killed by ‘Excessive Force’ in Oromo Protests, Says HRW – Newsweek

Newsweek Ethiopia: Hundreds Killed by 'Excessive Force' in Oromo Protests, Says HRWNewsweekEthiopian security forces have killed more than 400 people, including children, in the Oromia region by using excessive force to quell... Read more »

Rains wreak havoc in drought-hit Ethiopia – Norwegian Refugee Council

The recent flash floods are worsening the situation for many drought-affected communities in Ethiopia. “The rain has led to livestock deaths that in their weakened state are more susceptible to illnesses. For... Read more »

Two survivors from Ethiopia and Somalia tell of mystery migrant shipwreck – Deutsche Welle

Visibly shaken from their ordeal, the two men – 25-year-old Muaz Mahmoud Aymo and 28-year-old Mowlid Isman – described how they were among 200 people aboard a small boat when smugglers forced... Read more »

How bad is the drought in Ethiopia?

Alarm bells are ringing for a food emergency in Ethiopia. The UN says 15 million people will need help over the coming months. The government, wary of stigma and therefore hesitant to... Read more »

Black Rhino looks at renewable power investments in Ethiopia – Reuters

ADDIS ABABA Oct 28 Black Rhino, owned by funds of U.S. investment company Blackstone Group, said on Wednesday it was looking at investments in Ethiopia’s power generation sector. A foray into the... Read more »

Ethiopia opposition groups say they are uniting for change – Yahoo News

KAMPALA, Uganda (AP) — Five Ethiopian dissident groups in exile said they have formed an alliance to bring a change of government back home, describing Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn’s government as oppressive.... Read more »