Ethiopia faces new prime minister in bid to calm protests | Ap

More From Our Site ADDIS ABABA, Ethiopia — Ethiopia on Wednesday was poised to welcome a young, outspoken new prime minister as many in Africa’s second most populous nation... Read more »

Ethiopia: KNITTING BACK TOGETHER OUR UNREACHABLE SHARED HISTORY

By Teshome Abebe* It was the best of times, it was the worst of times, it was the age of wisdom, it was the age of foolishness, it was... Read more »

WATCH: Goalkeeper in Ethiopia throws ball into his own net, tries to act like it never happened

You never know where the CBS Sports soccer train will take you. From deep in South America to Asia and inbetween, there are always countless moments in world soccer... Read more »

Ethiopia: War-weary South Sudanese find emergency medical care – Ethiopia

Since it began in December 2013, the conflict in South Sudan has forced over two million people from their homes. For those living in the east of the country,... Read more »

An Ethiopian newcomer makes a spicy splash in Alexandria

Sambusa and beer at Makeda. (Scott Suchman/For The Washington Post) Quanta firfir, or beef jerky. (Scott Suchman/For The Washington Post) (Good) Among the world’s most versatile dishes is injera,... Read more »

British Ambassador hands funds to UK-Ethiopia Social Enterprise – BusinessGhana News

Ambassador Susanna Moorehead handed funds raised at a High Fashion and High Tea networking event to Arakele Fashion Design College British Ambassador to Ethiopia Susanna Moorehead visited Arakele... Read more »

My family members, friends in Ethiopia now wear Nigerian dresses because of me —Ethiopian Airlines boss confesses

Pretty and delectable Firiehiwot Mekonnen is the General Manager of Ethiopia Airlines in Nigeria.Before rising to her new position, the mother of one was head of traffic and sales... Read more »

Ethiopia: Women Urged to Have Timely Kidney Diagnosis

By Yosef Ketema The Ethiopian Kidney Association called on fellow women to carry out a usual kidney diagnosis as they are more vulnerable to various kidney infections than men.... Read more »

Ethiopia bus crash: At least 38 killed

Story highlights Many of the passengers were students, state-run news agency says Deadly traffic accidents are common in Ethiopia The crash took place Monday in Legambo, a mountainous area... Read more »

Ethiopia: The Enemy Within | nazret.com

TPLF/EPRDF By Addissu Admas Our fathers, as our forefathers, used the word Telat to refer to an enemy who is totally alien. Telat was the totally other: the one... Read more »