Ethiopia calls on Westminster Abbey to return looted tablet

The Ethiopian government has called for the return of a sacred tablet that was looted and is now sealed inside an altar in Westminster Abbey in London. Known as... Read more »

The Cradle of Culture invites you!

Known as the cradle of humanity, ancient Ethiopia’s enchanting past stretches back to before recorded time. Travelling through Ethiopia for... Read more »

Ethiopia focuses three stages of economic change

Lee Kasumba met with the Ethiopian Ambassador to South Africa before heading to the horn of Africa to get a feel of the country and what she should look... Read more »

More than 65% of GERD’s construction completed: Ethiopian Ambassador to Sudan

  Ethiopia’s ambassador to Sudan, Mawtada Zoudi, announced on Wednesday that the construction of the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) has passed 65% completion. During an Iftar (Ramadan breakfast)... Read more »

Karuturi to start afresh in Ethiopia

Passing through turbulent years in Ethiopia, Karuturi Agro Products PLC – a subsidiary of the Indian based Karuturi Global Ltd (KGL) – said it is about to recommence the... Read more »

Airlines losing traffic to Ethiopia on price, connectivity

International and domestic airlines operating in Nigeria are gradually losing passenger traffic to Ethiopian Airlines over the East African carrier’s relatively cheaper fares, easy connectivity and most recently, concerted... Read more »

Ethiopia gets a month’s extension to repatriate stranded nationals in Saudi Arabia

The Ethiopian government has been granted one month extension to remove its undocumented citizens who are stranded in Saudi Arabia after the elapse of the 90-day deadline. Ethiopian Ambassador... Read more »

Ethiopia, Egypt want UN to suspend al-Bashir’s ICC arrest warrant

Ethiopia and Egypt have called on the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) to suspend International Criminal Court (ICC) investigations against Sudanese president Omar Al-Bashir. The call was made by... Read more »