Ethiopia, Greece Sign Maritime Job Offer

By Haftu Gebrezgabiher Ethiopia and the Hellenic Republic (Greece) signed maritime agreement which offers job opportunities to Ethiopians on Greece vessels aboard, yesterday. Regarding the maritime sector, the agreement... Read more »

where living treasures thrive among ancient attractions

We could not see the ark because no one is allowed to enter the small chapel that reputedly houses it — not even the man who is selected to... Read more »

The Local band not yet big in Ethiopia

“Scott is presently on some sort of trek with hippos and crocodiles in southern Ethiopia,” says Amy Day, whose band the Local suddenly finds itself minus cofounding singer-guitarist Scott... Read more »

People Don’t Fear Hyenas In Ethiopia And This Man Called ‘Hyena Man’ Feeds Them From His Mouth

Hyenas roam freely every night In the ancient walled city of Harar in eastern Ethiopia, seeking scraps of meat to drag to the nearby caves. Abbas Yusuf, known as... Read more »

Ethiopia: Adding Value to Growing Economy – Kombolcha Industrial Park

By Mengisteab Teshome Ethiopia is pursuing an ambitious plan that speeds up its growing economy. The nationwide industrial parks construction comes at the forefront of the developmental feats in... Read more »

The Ethiopian politician who landed WHO top job

Ethiopian Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus was voted as the Director General of the World Health Organization after winning over 66% of the required votes defeating his closest challenger, UK’s David... Read more »

Ethiopia’s Tedros becomes first African to head WHO | Ethiopia News

Ethiopia’s Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus has been elected as the new head of the World Health Organization (WHO), becoming the first African to lead the United Nations health agency. Ethiopia’s... Read more »

Ethiopia: Empowering the Youth for Harmonious and Prosperous Ethiopia

By Tsegay Hagos The Ethiopian population is estimated to be more than 90 million, according to the World Bank report. Seventy per cent of the nation is composed of... Read more »

Ethiopia's New Employment Plan More Politics Than Jobs – AllAfrica.com

By Merga Yonas The Ethiopian government has been trumping the country’s recent economic success. But a new plan to employ young people appears to be more about quelling protests... Read more »

UK Law, Patterson Student Lands UN Internship in Ethiopia | UKNow – UKNow (press release)

LEXINGTON, Ky. (Feb. 23, 2017) — Lesley Nash, a dual degree student at the University of Kentucky College of Law and Patterson School of Diplomacy and International Commerce, recently took a... Read more »