Ethiopia refuses World Bank arbitration over Nile River dam

By Elias Meseret | AP By Elias Meseret | AP January 21 at 11:01 AM ADDIS ABABA, Ethiopia — Ethiopia’s leader has rejected arbitration by the World Bank on a disagreement with Egypt... Read more »

US Gives Ethiopia $91M in Drought Aid at Tadias Magazine

Women carry water back to their homes in drought-hit Aydora, Ethiopia. The country is facing its third straight year of drought. (Photo: Aida Muluneh for The Washington Post) The... Read more »

U.S. to give Ethiopia $91 million in drought aid for food and medicine

food aid ADDIS ABABA, Ethiopia — The United States will provide an additional $91 million in humanitarian aid for Ethiopia to cope with a third straight year of drought, the top... Read more »

Walk with pilgrims on a journey to Lalibela, Ethiopia's New Jerusalem – CNN

Their destination is Lalibela in the north of Ethiopia. A town of approximately 20,000 people, Lalibela’s population swells five-fold in the first days of January, pilgrims converging to celebrate... Read more »

Ethiopian leader at UN Assembly decries use of social media to spread messages of hate and bigotry (VIDEO)

21 September 2016 – As much as social media offers a digital platform to improve exchange of information and enhance popular participation, its attendant negative impacts simply cannot be... Read more »

Ethiopian leader says open to criticism from journalists – Sudan Tribune

By Tesfa-Alem Tekle November 7, 2015 (ADDIS ABABA) –Ethiopia’s Prime Minister, Hailemariam Desalegn says he would always allow room for journalists to criticise his government. The new chair of... Read more »

Nigeria Signs Bi-Lateral Agreement With Ethiopia

Nigerian and Ethiopian authorities have agreed to deepen relationship in the area of trade and investment, tourism and agriculture. Addressing a joint press conference on Wednesday at the forecourt of... Read more »

Nonviolent Struggle: Ethiopian Exceptionalism? by Jawar Mohammed

The long oppressed citizens of Tunisia and Egypt have freed themselves. Libyans are almost there. Bahraini, Yemeni, Algerians, and Moroccans are in the middle of a fierce struggle. Our... Read more »

Thugtatorship: The Highest Stage of African Dictatorship by Alemayehu G.Mariam

Thugogracy in Africa If democracy is government of the people, by the people and for the people, a thugogracy is a government of thieves, for thieves, by thieves. Simply... Read more »