The lesser known story of India's role in Ethiopian land deals – Quartz

The global food price crises between 2008 and 2009 led countries that bore the brunt of the catastrophe to look elsewhere for agricultural land to mitigate the effects. In... Read more »

The lesser known story of India's role in Ethiopian land deals – Quartz

The global food price crises between 2008 and 2009 led countries that bore the brunt of the catastrophe to look elsewhere for agricultural land to mitigate the effects. In... Read more »

The lesser known story of India's role in Ethiopian land deals – Quartz

The global food price crises between 2008 and 2009 led countries that bore the brunt of the catastrophe to look elsewhere for agricultural land to mitigate the effects. In... Read more »

The lesser known story of India's role in Ethiopian land deals – Quartz

The global food price crises between 2008 and 2009 led countries that bore the brunt of the catastrophe to look elsewhere for agricultural land to mitigate the effects. In... Read more »

More Than 700 Immigrants Feared Drown and Dead off Libya

(Reuters) – As many as 700 migrants were feared dead on Sunday after their boat capsized in the Mediterranean, raising pressure on Europe to face down anti-immigrant bias and... Read more »

Non-resident president off to Ethiopia

SINCE his January return from the Far East where he had his annual holiday, President Robert Mugabe, who turned 91 this year, has been to several countries. The now... Read more »

Spyware Vendor Again Helps Ethiopian Government Target US-Based Journalists

(Photo: Reuters/Kacper Pempel/Files) The Washington Post By Andrea Peterson The Ethiopian government appears again to be using Internet spying tools to attempt to eavesdrop on journalists based in suburban... Read more »

Spyware Vendor Again Helps Ethiopian Government Target US-Based Journalists

(Photo: Reuters/Kacper Pempel/Files) The Washington Post By Andrea Peterson The Ethiopian government appears again to be using Internet spying tools to attempt to eavesdrop on journalists based in suburban... Read more »

A Tale of Tall Tales and “Ethiopia’s Diplomat-in-Chief”

A Tale of Tall Tales and “Ethiopia’s Diplomat-in-Chief” By Alemayehu G. Mariam What does a malaria researcher know about the art and science of diplomacy? Or for that matter... Read more »

INSIGHT-Ethiopia bets on grand projects in drive for industrial power

(Repeats story from Sunday) * Government touts cheap power, reliable transport * Ethiopia wants manufacturers and exporters * Economists say must give more room for private business * Foreigners... Read more »