Injera: the bike wheel-sized base of Ethiopian cuisine | Life and style

Foodie scenesters are descending on long-serving Ethiopian restaurants in search of this spongy flatbread topped with mountains of dried meat and veg Red lentils, brown lentils, minced jalapeños and... Read more »

BBC – Travel – The last beekeepers of Ethiopia’s Harenna Forest

The sun was beginning its evening dip as I set off into the Harenna Forest. Strange tubular shapes glowed in the treetops, catching the pale golden light. Wedged between... Read more »

Ethiopian Espionage Shows Commercial Spyware Is Out of Control

Throughout 2016 and 2017, individuals in Canada, United States, Germany, Norway, United Kingdom, and numerous other countries began to receive suspicious emails. It wasn’t just common spam. These people... Read more »

Ethiopia’s waste-to-energy plant is a first in Africa

For half a century, the Koshe dump site has been the only landfill in Addis Ababa. As the city has expanded, the landfill – which used to lie on... Read more »

Ethiopia secures US$ 101 AfDB funding for power systems upgrade

Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire, 23 2017 – Executive Directors of the African Development Bank Group have approved a loan and a grant amounting to US$101.46m for the rehabilitation of power... Read more »

Ethiopia: Tech Hubs for Innovation, Development

By Misael Lemma ‘Tech hub’ is a buzzword usually used in discussions about technologically advanced cities. Although, different scholars define it differently, generally a tech hub (startup or incubator... Read more »

Disarming the world | Nuclear weapons

For centuries, following bloody conflicts, military leaders acknowledged that some weapons were simply too awful to be used, but those same militaries generally continued to use them. The first... Read more »

Africa: How U.S. Surveillance Helps Repressive Regimes – the Ethiopia Case

By Felix Horne (Senior Researcher, Horn of Africa) Recent stories from Edward Snowden’s disclosures show how the US government’s involvement with Ethiopia presents a case study in enabling repressive... Read more »

How US Surveillance Helps Repressive Regimes—the Ethiopia Case

Recent stories from Edward Snowden’s disclosures show how the US government’s involvement with Ethiopia presents a case study in enabling repressive regimes to carry out surveillance on their own citizens. In... Read more »

5 Days With the Jewish Children of Ethiopia

In August I flew to Ethiopia with my friend Adi to volunteer with the Jewish community in Gondar for five days. We joined 10 Israeli post-army volunteers who ran... Read more »