This badass queen took revenge on Ethiopia in 960 AD for chopping off her breasts

The Kingdom of Axum, in modern-day Ethiopia, existed from 100AD to around 970Ad. It was among one of the prosperous kingdoms until it was laid to waste by a queen driven by anger and... Read more »

Ethiopian armed opposition group Ginbot 7 suspends attacks | Ethiopia News

Ethiopian opposition group Ginbot 7 has said that it will cease armed attacks in the country following reforms announced by the new government. In a statement released on Friday on their Facebook... Read more »

Ethiopia ready to sell hi tech stakes

INTERNATIONAL – Ethiopia  will split its state-owned telecommunications company and sell stakes in the two new entities piecemeal to international operators, Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed said. Ethiopian Telecommunications Corporation, or EthioTelecom, has... 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 in Amhara region.... Read more »

[Photos] Ethiopia’s Tedros returns home after historic WHO DG polls

Ethiopia’s Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, the new head of the United Nation’s leading health outfit, the World Health Organization (WHO), returned home after making his nation and the continent proud earlier this week.... Read more »

Ethiopia adopts 2016 protest report, ‘harsh’ security officers to be prosecuted

The House of People’s Representatives (HPR) – the Ethiopian parliament – has approved recommendations surrounding protest deaths as presented by the country’s rights commission’s recent report. The Ethiopia Human Rights Commission (EHRC)... Read more »

Ethiopia: Premier Awards Top Achievers in Saving – AllAfrica.com

By Fasica Berhane Prime Minister Hailemariam Dessalegn awarded gold medal, money and tractor to woman who made huge saving over the last three- month campaign promoting women’s culture of saving. Addressing women... Read more »

A tenured US professor is leading an Ethiopian rebel group

In the summer of 2015, Berhanu Nega’s life took a very unusual turn. The gregarious economics professor took an indefinite leave of absence from his tenured post as professor of economics at... Read more »

A tenured US professor is leading an Ethiopian rebel group | Public … – PRI

In the summer of 2015, Berhanu Nega’s life took a very unusual turn. The gregarious economics professor took an indefinite leave of absence from his tenured post as professor of economics at... Read more »

The Dangerous Route of Ethiopian Migrants

The other day, on the outskirts of Fantahero, a small village in the desert of northern Djibouti, Sebhatou Mellis was sheltering from a-hundred-and-four-degree heat in the shade of an acacia tree. Mellis,... Read more »