Ethiopia: Resolution Ignores Longstanding Relationship, Ongoing Efforts

editorial Ethiopia is a sovereign country that has its own constitution and foreign policy as the United States of America. The nations have been having strong relationship on regional... Read more »

Eritrea-Ethiopia border crisis: UN’s impotence to blame – Analyst

The United Nations, specifically the Security Council, is to blame for the raging Eritrea – Ethiopia border conflict which continues to threaten the peace in the Horn of Africa,... Read more »

Ethiopia: Expanding the Political Terrain, State of Emergency

The to dos that flared up here and there recently has made Ethiopia put in place a State of Emergency (SoE) once again. There are different views regarding the... Read more »

East Africa: Ethiopia Will Remain Committed to Its Own, Regional Peace

editorial The official visits paid by the foreign affairs ministers of Russia, United States of America and the United Arab Emirates were among the biggest events that made the... Read more »

Germany urges Ethiopia to exercise restraint during martial law – Xinhua

ADDIS ABABA, Feb. 20 (Xinhua) — Germany on Tuesday urged the Ethiopian government to exercise restraint during the martial law period which was implemented on Friday. Ethiopia imposed martial... Read more »

Ethiopia: A Nation With Interfaith Harmony – Religious Leaders, Theologians

analysis By Yared Gebremeden Theologians and religious leaders from different countries said that Ethiopia is a model nation in terms of peaceful coexistence and harmony among followers of different... Read more »

Ethiopia: Restive Towns in North Wollo Back to Normal – GCAO

By Tewodros Kassa Peace and stability has been restored in the restive towns of North Wollo Zone of Amhara State , according to Government Communication Affairs Office (GCAO). Briefing... Read more »

Zuma returns home from AU summit in Ethiopia

President Jacob Zuma returned to South Africa on Tuesday from “a successful ” visit to Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, where he attended the 30th Ordinary Session of the African Union... Read more »

In Ethiopia, South Sudan Warring Sides Sign Cease-fire for Christmas Eve (AP) at Tadias Magazine

South Sudan’s warring factions have signed a new agreement to cease hostilities and protect civilians in the latest effort to calm a devastating civil war. The cease-fire is set... Read more »

In Ethiopia, South Sudan Warring Sides Sign Cease-fire for Christmas Eve (AP) at Tadias Magazine

South Sudan’s warring factions have signed a new agreement to cease hostilities and protect civilians in the latest effort to calm a devastating civil war. The cease-fire is set... Read more »