Ethiopia’s State of Emergency Seen as Tool to Silence Dissent

security guard sits near a gate in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, Oct. 10, 2016. By Salem Solomon VOA It’s been five months since Ethiopia declared a state of emergency in... Read more »

Ethiopia's State of Emergency Seen as Tool to Silence Dissent – Voice of America

It’s been five months since Ethiopia declared a state of emergency in response to widespread protests and unrest, and there are no signs indicating when it might end. Since... Read more »

A Tribune reporter discovers the cuisine of Ethiopia | The Salt Lake … – Salt Lake Tribune

Because it is Timkat, the Jan. 20 celebration of the baptism of Jesus Christ, some villagers participated in a symbolic ceremony transporting the Ark of the Covenant (that encapsulates... Read more »

A Tribune reporter discovers the cuisine of Ethiopia – Salt Lake Tribune

Because it is Timkat, the Jan. 20 celebration of the baptism of Jesus Christ, some villagers participated in a symbolic ceremony transporting the Ark of the Covenant (that encapsulates... Read more »

No joy for Ethiopian illegal immigrants

THERE was no joy for the 34 Ethiopian immigrants, who were arrested while hidden at a Marondera farm after magistrate Shane Kubonera postponed the matter to Tuesday, as the... Read more »

State increases time frame of benefits for Ethiopian immigrant soldiers

The Immigration and Absorption Ministry announced Sunday that it has expanded the time frame of eligibility for benefits for Ethiopian olim serving in the IDF. While previously, they could... Read more »

Ethiopia Releases Thousands Arrested Since Start of State of Emergency – Voice of America

Ethiopia has released thousands of protesters who were detained during the ongoing state of emergency. People detained in Awash, Alage, Bir Sheleko and Tolay centers will be allowed to... Read more »

AU expresses concern about upcoming Summit in restive Ethiopia – africanews

The African Union has expressed concern about Ethiopia’s current State of Emergency against the upcoming Heads of State Summit in the capital Addis Ababa in January 2017. The concerns... Read more »

The Oromo protests have changed Ethiopia – Aljazeera.com

November 12 marked the first anniversary of the Oromo Protests, a non-institutional and anti-authoritarian movement calling for an end to decades of systemic exclusion and subordination of the Oromo. Although... Read more »

The Oromo protests have changed Ethiopia – Al Jazeera English – Aljazeera.com

November 12 marked the first anniversary of the Oromo Protests, a non-institutional and anti-authoritarian movement calling for an end to decades of systemic exclusion and subordination of the Oromo. Although... Read more »