Ethiopia: Talk of Peace Fails to Quell Ethnic Clashes

Photo: Nashon Tado/NRC Families who have fled fighting in Ethiopia are living in dire conditions. Prime Minister Abiy’s talk of reconciliation has not been enough to subdue ethnic tensions around the country.... Read more »

Ethiopia: Restore Law and Order, Not At the Expense of Constitutionalism

opinion Katharine Viner, the editor-in-chief of the Guardian, one of Britain’s oldest media institutions, noted in her superb essay on media’s mission in an era of turbulence that making sense of a... Read more »

From Ethiopianness to Ethnic Fragmentation: the Adversity of Retrospective Logic

By Messay Kebede A leitmotiv of ethnic politics in Ethiopia is the use of retrospective logic as an essential argument to justify its ideological stand. By this I mean the view that... Read more »

Ethiopia’s deadly rubbish dump landslide was down to politics, not providence

A rescue worker holds a photo of missing children following the fatal landslide at the Reppi rubbish dump on the outskirts of Addis Ababa.Photograph: Tiksa Negeri/Reuters By Williams Davison Guardian It was... Read more »

Ethiopia's deadly rubbish dump landslide was down to politics, not providence – The Guardian

It was only a misplaced shoe that prevented Fadila Bargicho from losing a second child when an avalanche of rubbish crushed makeshift houses, killing at least 113 people in Addis Ababa earlier... Read more »

The Ethiopia protesters' struggle moves to the athletics track – nazret.com

The Ethiopian Flag By Kalkidan Yibeltal As she crossed the finish line in Sabadell, Spain, on 7 February, Ethiopian star athlete Genzebe Dibaba had attained her sixth world record. After a disappointing... Read more »

The Ethiopia protesters' struggle moves to the athletics track – African Arguments (registration)

While a state of emergency is still in place at home, global sporting events are providing an irresistible opportunity for protesters to be seen and heard. Athlete protests at the 2016 Rio... Read more »

Ethiopia's new employment plan more politics than jobs – Deutsche Welle

The town of Ambo is located in the Oromo region of Ethiopia, 120 kilometers (75 miles) west of Addis Ababa and is known as the kicking off point of the protests against the... Read more »

Watch: CBS News Interview With Reeyot Alemu, Zelalem Kibret and Edom Kassaye

Ethiopian Journalists Reeyot Alemu, Zelalem Kibret and Edom Kassaye were released from prison just prior to President Obama’s arrival in Ethiopia. (CBS News) CBS News The three Ethiopian journalists were released from... Read more »

CNN Christiane Amanpour Asked Tedros Adhanom if They Listen What Obama Told Them in Private

(AddisNews) – While President Barack Obama in Addis Ababa for his historical visit he praised the country development, fighting terrorism and relationship and cooperation with the United States. Obama also reflect his... Read more »