60 years ago: Ethiopia’s Emperor Haile Selassie in Bonn

For the young Federal Republic of Germany it was both a great honor and a sensation when the Ethiopian Negus Negesti (King of Kings) paid a visit in November 1954 as the... Read more »

For aid to Ethiopia’s autistic, the numbers don’t add up

Men and women on the steps of the Church of St. Mary of Zion in Axum, Ethiopia. A deeply religious nation, Ethiopians ascribe much of what happens in life — such as... Read more »

Ethiopia Electric Power Developing 300 MW Of New Solar Projects

November 5th, 2014 by James AyreThe East African country of Ethiopia will be seeing a pretty substantial solar energy buildout in the next few years, based on the recent signing of a... Read more »

Ethiopia Signs US $600 Million Financing Agreement With World Bank

Ethiopia signed US$600 million financing agreement with WB for the implementation of the fourth Productive Safety Net Program on Friday (October 31). The agreement was signed by Sufian Ahmed, Minister of Finance... Read more »

Chinese embassy provides third-round donation for Ethiopia school

ADDIS ABABA, Oct. 31 — Chinese Ambassador to Ethiopia Xie Xiaoyan has reaffirmed China’s commitment to further strengthening cooperation with Ethiopia in human resource development. The Ambassador made the remarks on Friday... Read more »

30 years on: Ethiopia and the business of hunger

It’s 30 years since Michael Buerke’s harrowing report of a ‘biblical famine’ reached BBC TV screens. Following a year of cynical government inaction and silence, Bob Geldof launched a frenzied celebrity campaign... Read more »

Ethiopia: Khatumo State Founder ordered to leave for security reason

Addis Ababa (HAN) October 23, 2014 – Public diplomacy and Regional Security and safety new – Ethiopian government has ordered president of Khatumo State of Somalia Mr. Ali Khalif Galyedh to leave... Read more »

Arabica in Addis Ababa: Climbing the coffee ladder in Ethiopia

In September 19-year-old Fekerte Demele started a jeubeuna bunna in a small bar, where she roasts coffee beans over red hot coals before grinding them and pouring the powder into a small... Read more »

Ethiopia: Country Protected from Possible al-Shabab Attacks

ADDIS ABABA— Ethiopia’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs says the country is protected at all times from attacks by the Somali militant group al-Shabab but  is asking its citizens to be vigilant. The... Read more »

Ethiopia is Protected from Possible al-Shabab Attacks – Foreign Affairs Ministry

Marthe van der Wolf ( VOA News) Ethiopia’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs says the country is protected at all times from attacks by the Somali militant group al-Shabab but is asking its... Read more »