Uneasy peace and simmering conflict: the Ethiopian town where three flags fly | Global development

Three different flags flutter in the breeze along the road that runs through Moyale in southern Ethiopia. The first is green, yellow and red: the colours of the Ethiopian... Read more »

Somali president visits Ethiopia … at last – Africa

Somali president visits Ethiopia … at last – Africa – RFI Listen Download Podcast RFI English News flash 04h00 – 04h10 GMT Mon-Fri News bulletin 05/03 04h00 GMT Paris... Read more »

Ethiopia Fact Sheet January 2017 – Reliefweb

HIGHLIGHTS 167,688 The total number of IDPs in 2016 according to the Displacement Tracking Matrix carried out between September and October 2016 10.2M Individuals affected by the drought according... Read more »

Ethiopia: Fikre Tolossa's book – nazret.com

By Paulos Milkias In my book review of Dr. Fikre Tolossa’s published work, I asked proof for 13 questions regarding the most difficult conundrums his monograph has generated due... Read more »

Ethiopia: Fikre Tolossa's book – nazret.com

By Paulos Milkias In my book review of Dr. Fikre Tolossa’s published work, I asked proof for 13 questions regarding the most difficult conundrums his monograph has generated due... Read more »

Ethiopia commits to promote humanitarian assistance to refugees: Amb. Taye – Reliefweb

Ambassador Taye Atseke-selassie, State Minister for Foreign Affairs, meeting with Ambassador Mohamed Abdi Affey, Special Envoy for the Somali refugee situation and Ms. Clementine Nkweta-Salami, Representative of the UNHCR... Read more »

Egypt detains Somali refugee child for six months

Campaigners have called on Egypt to immediately release a 17-year-old Somali refugee, who has been detained for nearly six months. Youssef Mohamed Aden was arrested in Egypt on July... Read more »

Ethiopian Cargo Ship Attacked by Somali Pirates

An Ethiopian cargo vessel was attacked by Somali pirates near the Internationally Recommended Transit Corridor (IRTC) in the Gulf of Eden. The Somali pirates launched the strike using rocket-propelled... Read more »

United Nations Resumes Work in Drought-Hit Ethiopian Region

Bloomberg: The United Nations resumed some operations in Ethiopia’s drought-stricken Somali region as a search for two workers who went missing in an ambush earlier this month continued, a... Read more »

Ethiopia Raises Number Needing Food Relief by 500,000

Ethiopia raised the estimate of the number of people who will need food aid this year by half a million to 2.8 million because of drought in the Somali... Read more »