Ethiopia PM asks supporters to scale down rallies, remain vigilant against ‘enemies of reform’

Ethiopia’s prime minister, Abiy Ahmed ahas asked his supporters to scale down on the massive rallies that have been held across the country, in support of ongoing reforms. Abiy... Read more »

Ethiopia, Eritrea and the hope for lasting peace | Eritrea News

Addis Ababa, Ethiopia – As dawn broke on Tuesday with a hint of sunlight piercing through the thick rain-season clouds, residents in Addis Ababa woke up to an unusual... Read more »

Ethiopia-Eritrea reconciliation project meets resistance from border communities

The decision by Ethiopia’s ruling coalition to resolver a border dispute with Eritrea has met stiff resistance from members of Badme town which was the epicenter of the war... Read more »

The African Union: An exclusive club for brutish despots | Africa

On January 28, Egypt’s President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi was elected to head the African Union’s (AU) 31st session that is due to start in January 2019. This was a massive... Read more »

Yirgacheffe Coffee for Tillerson, Ethiopic Script Tie for Lavrov at Tadias Magazine

Last week Ethiopia attracted global media attention when it simultaneously hosted some of the world’s top diplomats including U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson (pictured right sipping Yirgacheffe Coffee)... Read more »

European Commission seeks to resettle 50,000 refugees | News

The European Commission has unveiled a new plan that would allow for 50,000 refugees – mostly from a host of African countries – to be resettled to Europe over the... Read more »

Leaders gather to elect AU chair, re-examine key issues

Addis Ababa, Ethiopia – As the early morning sun pierced through the morning chill of the waking city, diplomats with flag lapels pinned to their suits filled the spacious... Read more »

Ethiopian Government accused of arresting family of Melbourne protesters – ABC Online

Updated December 03, 2016 00:03:01 Photo: Shukri Shafe was imprisoned and tortured for 16 months in Ethiopia. (Supplied: Human Rights Watch) Related Story: Ethiopian Government accused of threatening protesters... Read more »

Ethiopia denies 'extreme' police violence at protests – Aljazeera.com

Ethiopian Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn said on Tuesday that police had not used extreme violence against protesters and the government would investigate reports of such incidents. The prime minister... Read more »

Ethiopia denies 'extreme' police violence at protests

Ethiopian Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn said on Tuesday that police had not used extreme violence against protesters and the government would investigate reports of such incidents. The prime minister... Read more »