Dublin granny flies to Ethiopia for hospital role

Ann Brennan and her husband Seamus with all her ‘good luck’ cards, at their home in Killiney, Dublin. By Fiona Dillon – 14 February 2015 03:00 AM A candlelit meal, flowers and... Read more »

Adventist college library director honored for building school in native Ethiopia

Adventist college library director honored for building school in native Ethiopia Adu Worku shown here while visiting Ethiopia last month. The library director at Adventist-run Pacific Union College raised money to build... Read more »

The Toll of ‘Aristocratic Spirit’ in Academia

opinion By Taye Negussie (PhD) Plato’s Academia, founded around 300 B.C in classical Greek, is widely thought to be the precursor of the modern University System. Plato’s motif in establishing a residential... Read more »

New Film on Legendary Ethiopian Artist Asnaketch Worku – BBC

BBC News Legendary Ethiopian artist Asnaketch Worku is the subject of a new film entitled “Asni: Courage Passion Glamor in Ethiopia” by Ethiopian filmmakers Rachel Samuel and Yemane Demissie. (Courtesy photo) Asnaketch... Read more »

Asnaketch Worku ‘Ethiopia’s Edith Piaf’

A new film looks at the life of the Ethiopian singer, actor and dancer Asnaketch Worku, who the film’s director calls “Ethiopia’s Edith Piaf”. Rachael Samuel’s new film is called Asni and... Read more »

York couple to work on life’s mission in Ethiopia

When Ben and Tabitha Phillips’ daughter Violet was born 20 months ago, the little girl and her older brother, Burke, were additions that brought their parents great inspiration. Tabitha Phillips, an attorney... Read more »

Bend surgeon’s foundation saving babies in Ethiopia

10/05/14 – In 2009, Dr. Marinus Koning of Bend visited Ethiopia and saw the how many underserved people needed health care. To help, Koning founded the Reach Another Foundation, a nonprofit organization... Read more »

From Ethiopia to USD, Musa sets pace

USD junior and Ethiopia native Mubarik Musa took 19th place at the Roy Griak Invitational last Saturday and has been the Coyotes’ top cross country runner for the past two seasons.(Photo: Aaron... Read more »

Ancient Ethiopian walled city keeps modern life at bay

HARAR – Hyenas howl and feast on flesh every night outside the ancient walls of Harar—one of Islam’s holiest cities that is holding out against the pressures of the modern world. Read more »

Ethiopia reduce death sentence to life for 23 former Derg officials

By Aaron Maasho ADDIS ABABA (Reuters) – Ethiopia said on Wednesday it had commuted the death sentences of 23 of former dictator Mengistu Haile Mariam’s henchmen convicted of genocide in 2008, reducing... Read more »