H.Res.128 on Ethiopia scheduled for April vote

U.S House of Representatives is scheduled to put House Resolution 128 (HR 128), titled ‘Supporting respect for human rights and encouraging inclusive governance in Ethiopia’, for a vote in April,... Read more »

198 Ways to Fight the T-TPLF’s State of Emergency in Ethiopia and Win

Protestors in Gondar, Ethiopia File “One has a moral responsibility to disobey unjust laws.” — Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. The T-TPLF state of emergency declaration is an unjust... Read more »

‘Egypt doesn’t conspire or fight against its brothers’: President Sisi tells Sudan and Ethiopia

Egyptian President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi bids farewell to Ethiopian Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn [EPA] Al Ahram – Egypt is not willing to enter into a war with brotherly nations, President... Read more »

Indigenous tribes in rural Ethiopia captured on camera

French photographer Eric Lafforgue has captured some stunning photography during a trip to rural Ethiopia. While there, he spent time with indigenous tribespeople, catching a glimpse into their culture... Read more »

Weather forecasts help Ethiopian herders, farmers fight climate extremes – Ethiopia

By Elias Gebreselassie ARGOBA, Ethiopia, Nov 13 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – Armed with a spear and undeterred by the intense sunlight, Tarekegn Kareto meticulously plucks weeds in his maize... Read more »

Weather forecasts help Ethiopian herders, farmers fight climate extremes

By Elias Gebreselassie ARGOBA, Ethiopia, Nov 13 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – A rmed with a spear and undeterred by the intense sunlight, Tarekegn Kareto meticulously plucks weeds in his... Read more »

Ethiopia wins battle of distances, Kenya to fight back in London

Selemon Barega wins the 3000m at the IAAF World U18 Championships Nairobi 2017 By John Kwoba NAIROBI, July 17 (Xinhua) — Ethiopia may not have had an edge over... Read more »

UK gives Ethiopia £30m to fight drought similar in scale to 1984 crisis – The Guardian

The UK will provide an extra £30m in aid for Ethiopia, where a prolonged drought means that more than 18 million people will need urgent relief in the next... Read more »

From the archive, 24 August 1974: Ethiopia's fallen aristocrats – The Guardian

Addis Ababa, August 23They are crowded into three long army barracks, sleeping on simple army cots, their heads shaven as if they are condemned men, their food brought to... Read more »

From the archive, 24 August 1974: Ethiopia's fallen aristocrats – The Guardian

Addis Ababa, August 23They are crowded into three long army barracks, sleeping on simple army cots, their heads shaven as if they are condemned men, their food brought to... Read more »