Ethiopia’s new polygot Prime Minister must ease ethnic, youth tensions

In choosing a 42-year-old polyglot from Ethiopia’s largest ethnic group as Prime Minister, the ruling coalition is trying to ease ethnic tensions and appeal to the legions of disaffected... Read more »

Human Rights Watch urges Kenya to speak up against Ethiopia crackdown

Human Rights senior researcher for Horn of Africa, Felix Horne , said Kenya should end its silence and speak up against Ethiopia’s crackdown on dissent. In his op-ed published on... Read more »

Ethiopian military mistakenly kills 9 civilians

Story highlights Ethiopian soldiers accidentally killed 9 civilians. The country remains in a state of emergency due to unrest. The civilians were mistakenly identified as members of the Oromo... Read more »

Is the Ethiopian military on execution-style killing spree under the cover of martial law?

(OPride) — Ethiopia’s federal security forces have killed more than a dozen civilians and wounded over 50 others since authorities imposed a sweeping nationwide state of emergency on February... Read more »

China, Ethiopia vow to promote military ties – Xinhua

  Fan Changlong (R), vice chairman of the Central Military Commission of China, meets with Samora Yenus, chief of staff of the Ethiopian National Defense Forces, in Beijing, capital... Read more »

Shabaab takes Somali town after Ethiopia troop pullout – Guardian

Abdurashid Abdulle, AFP file picture| Al Shabaab fighters perform a military drill in Somalia Fighters from the Al-Qaeda-linked Shabaab group said Sunday they had retaken control of a town... Read more »

Was Nevsun’s Bisha mine bombed by Ethiopia?

Canadian headquartered, Eritrean base metals and gold miner Nevsun’s shares stuttered briefly yesterday on African media reports that its highly profitable Bisha base metals and gold/silver mine had been... Read more »

Most read: Was Nevsun’s Bisha mine bombed by Ethiopia?

Canadian headquartered, Eritrean base metals and gold miner Nevsun’s shares stuttered briefly yesterday on African media reports that its highly profitable Bisha base metals and gold/silver mine had been... Read more »

Ethiopia: Air Force Jets Attack Canadian Gold Mine in Eritrea

Addis Ababa (HAN) March 22, 2015 – Public Diplomacy and Regional Financial Investment News. According to sources in Addis, Ethiopian Air Force jets bombarded two key strategic targets, military... Read more »

State Terrorism in Ogaden, Ethiopia

Ethiopia is being hailed as a shining example of African economic growth. Principle donors and devotees of the International Monetary Fund/World Bank development model (an imposed ideological vision which... Read more »