Ethiopians celebrate Fasika, Orthodox Easter, amid calls for peace

More From Our Site On the occasion of Fasika, the Ethiopian Easter, religious leaders have charged citizens to remain peaceful and to support government’s reform efforts, state-affiliated FANA Broadcasting... Read more »

Ethiopia: 2017 in Recap –

By Misael Lemma Blessed with remarkable achievements and marred with a brief period of scuffles due to grievances, Ethiopia has received the New Year, 2018, with lots to talk... Read more »

Ethiopia: Promoting National Development in the Spirit of Meskel

Photo: Addis Fortune Mesqel (Meskel), or the Finding of the True Cross, is one of Ethiopia’s most awe inspiring spectacles, attracting tourists from all over the world. Here, a... Read more »

Ethiopia: New Year an Occasion for Reiterating National Peace

By Genet Fekade In the just ensued New Year, every Ethiopian will be responsible to strengthening national peace and security, stressed religious fathers. Approached by The Ethiopian Herald Megabi... Read more »

Ethiopia: New Year With Humanitarian Deeds

By Fasica Berhane As the smell, sound and taste of Ethiopia create electrifying atmosphere at the time of New year, The Ethiopian National Theater is to host a new... Read more »

In Ethiopia, They Still Messing With Teddy at Tadias Magazine

In Ethiopia, They Still Messing With Teddy Published by Tadias Magazine August 25th, 2017 in Podcast. Teddy Afro has been denied a permit for his New Year’s Eve concert... Read more »

Image copyright PA Image caption International Development Secretary Priti Patel announced a review of the girl … – BBC News

Image copyright PA Image caption International Development Secretary Priti Patel announced a review of the girl band’s funding last month A group described as Ethiopia’s version of the Spice... Read more »

Search the BBC Search the BBC – BBC News

Image caption The Daily Mail says that British taxpayers will no longer fund “Ethiopia’s version of the Spice Girls” – a pop group called Yegna. It reports the group... Read more »

Remittance Dilemma

By Dawit Endeshaw After Saudi government decided to deport Ethiopian immigrant flow of remittance shows decline: World Bank report Zenebche Zelek, a 23 was waiting to receive money sent... Read more »

New, Deep-Dive Travel Books on Ethiopia, London and Photographer Thomas …

ENLARGE “UNSEEN LONDON” may sound like a questionable title for a book filled with images of iconic structures such as Big Ben, 10 Downing Street and Her Majesty’s Theatre.... Read more »