Addis has run out of space’: Ethiopia’s radical redesign

Two construction workers in Koye, the largest condominium site under construction outside Addis Ababa.Photograph: Charlie Rosser Wrapped in a white shawl and sporting a wide-brimmed cowboy hat, Haile stares... Read more »

Only amateurs here? A day in Ethiopia’s exercise hub | Life and style

The first thing I do on arriving in Addis Ababa is throw up. Right there on the airport asphalt, a grotesque, liquescent version of the papal terra firma kiss.... Read more »

Blind Dave Heeley completes final Great Run in Ethiopia

The fundraiser from West Bromwich finished the Great Ethiopian Run in Addis Ababa earlier today – his 25th Great Run event of the year. Dave flew out to the... Read more »

Is the surge in OPDO’s popularity in Ethiopia an accident or a generational shift?

(OPride) — In Ethiopia right now, all eyes are on Oromia, the largest of nine federal states. The state has been an epicenter of official violence and anti-government protests... Read more »

After a young couple was killed, the alleged gunman fled to Ethiopia. He may never face trial. | Virginia

The former college soccer player was gunned down in his own home, shell casings scattered around his body, police said. His girlfriend’s body was found a couple of miles... Read more »

Egypt’s Nile River in jeopardy from dam in Ethiopia

Jacob Wirtschafter, Special for USA TODAY Published 11:23 a.m. ET Sept. 29, 2017 A river boat sails in the Nile River past the Temple of Luxor in the southern... Read more »

Ethiopia reaffirms open door policy for refugees

By: IANS | Addis Ababa | Published:September 3, 2017 8:16 am The East African country is currently home to more than 850,000 refugees from 21 countries, with Sudan, Somalia... Read more »

CAF President Ahmad visits Ethiopia – Ethiosports

CAF President Ahmad has arrived in Ethiopia to visit sports facilities and interact with stakeholders towards the development of football. He arrived in the Ethiopian capital, Addis Ababa, on... Read more »

‘We are treated like sporting slaves’: Ethiopian lifts lid on trade in athletes

Lily Abdullayeva was persuaded to switch her allegiance from Ethiopia to Azerbaijan in 2009: ‘They promised me a good salary, a house and expensive cars if I won races.... Read more »

‘We are treated like sporting slaves’: Ethiopian lifts lid on trade in athletes | Sport

The smell of fish stew pervades Lily Abdullayeva’s house, a 40-minute drive from central Addis Ababa, past a throng of roadside villages of colourful ramshackle huts where legs of... Read more »