After 20 years, can Ethiopia and Eritrea ever reconcile?

Africa is – tragically – no stranger to conflict. But the war that erupted between Ethiopia and Eritrea on 6 May 1998 was unlike any the continent had seen since the Second... Read more »

U.K. updates Ethiopia travel advice citing business visa processes

The United Kingdom has updated its Foreign travel advice in respect of Ethiopia. The Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) in its latest release of Thursday November 2, 2017 cited visa requirements as... Read more »

South Sudan Army Capture Rebel Headquarters Near Ethiopia – U.S. News & World Report

The New Arab South Sudan Army Capture Rebel Headquarters Near EthiopiaU.S. News & World ReportZANZIBAR, Tanzania (AP) — South Sudan’s government forces have overtaken the rebel-held stronghold and opposition headquarters of Pagak,... Read more »

As Western nations shut out migrants, Ethiopia’s doors are open — even to its enemy

Sand and grime surround the drooping eyelids of a tired 14-year-old Eritrean girl in a dirty pink tracksuit who spent the night crossing from Eritrea into the enemy territory of Ethiopia. She... Read more »

Uneasy peace and simmering conflict: the Ethiopian town where three flags fly | Global development

Three different flags flutter in the breeze along the road that runs through Moyale in southern Ethiopia. The first is green, yellow and red: the colours of the Ethiopian federal state. Then,... Read more »

Displaced and neglected: Ethiopia’s desperate drought victims

Dead camels rot on the outskirts of informal settlements in Ethiopia’s rain-starved Somali region as their owners, once proudly self-sufficient pastoralists, turn to government aid to stay alive. Ethiopia is facing a... Read more »

IRIN | Face to face with the Eritrean exodus into Ethiopia – IRINnews.org

Under the early morning sun in the most northern region of Ethiopia a motley group of Eritrean men, women and children arrive dusty and tired at the end of a journey –... Read more »

Ethiopia forces undocumented Machar to fly back to South Africa … – africanews

The Ethiopian government has forced former first Vice President of South Sudan, Riek Machar, back to South Africa citing his lack of permission to stay in the country. The state affiliated FANA... Read more »

Ethiopia forces undocumented Machar to fly back to South Africa – africanews

The Ethiopian government has forced former first Vice President of South Sudan, Riek Machar, back to South Africa citing his lack of permission to stay in the country. The state affiliated FANA... Read more »

Ethiopia hit by drought and food shortages – Reliefweb (plain)

Every day is a struggle to survive for Rahel, 34, and her family in Sebeya, a village in one of the worst drought-affected areas on the Ethiopian border with Eritrea. Her husband... Read more »