A century of Ethiopia’s turbulent history, seen through the life of one woman

Yetemegn was barely eight years old when her parents married her off to a man in his thirties. Before she could become a spouse, he first had to raise... Read more »

Torture and Horrific Abuses in Ethiopian Prisons

The Notorious Maekelawi Prison in Ethiopia By Betre Y. Getahun Journalists, bloggers and politicians are locked in solitary confinement and subjected to torture, and various abuses  and ill-treatments at... Read more »

Ethiopian Industrial Park’s Expansion Opens Old Wounds

The small Ethiopian town of Dukem has some of the most fertile land in the country. It also is home to Ethiopia’s first industrial park. Dukem is part of... Read more »

Camel trains are holding up Ethiopia’s new railway line – The Economist

The Economist Camel trains are holding up Ethiopia’s new railway lineThe Economist“MORE than any other technical design or social institution,” wrote the late British historian, Tony Judt, “the railway... Read more »

Ethiopia officially handed mantle to host CHAN 2020

Ethiopia will host the next Championship of African Nations (CHAN) tournament scheduled for the year 2020. The country’s football chief received the mantle from the president of the Confederation... Read more »

Bakken students get a taste of Ethiopia | Local News Stories

Thomas Haskins remembers some of the experiences from his native Ethiopia, where he lived until he was 7. He played with an old bicycle tire, which was his toy.... Read more »

Markos Lemma, founder of Ethiopia’s first innovative hub – Ethiosports

Markos Lemma is the founder of iceaddis, Ethiopia’s first innovation hub that works with young people to support them realize their entrepreneur dream. According to him, iceaddis is designed... Read more »

Chinese-built and funded Ethiopia-Djibouti electric rail line begins commercial operations.

China’s role as the leading influencer on rail in Africa has taken a further step forward this week the official start of commercial operations on the 756-km electrified line... Read more »

Egypt: Shoukry – Egypt Did Not Ask Ethiopia to Exclude Sudan From Negotiations On Renaissance Dam

Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry stressed that Egypt did not ask Ethiopia to exclude Sudan from negotiations on the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam. During a phone call on Sunday 7/1/2018... Read more »

Ethiopia: Creating Nutrition Conscious Society

editorial When it comes to meeting the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) ,unlike many Sub Saharan countries, Ethiopia has a number of success stories particularly in reducing maternal and child... Read more »