Breaking News – Wossen Assaye Virginia Escaped Prisoner Arrested in DC (Video)

Wossen Assaye from Ethiopia who was on the run after escaped from a Virginia hospital Arrested in Washington DC Watch News Videos Below FALLS CHURCH, Va. (MEDIA GENERAL) — A manhunt is... Read more »
Mohammed Abduselam killed in DC

Ethiopian gas station clerk killed in Washington D.C.

Mohammed Abduselam finished his day shift at King Gas Convenience about 8 p.m. Monday, but he hung around to restock bags of chips and help the night cashier, according to his family... Read more »
Prince Ermias Sahle Selassie, the grandson of Ethio­pian Emperor Haile Selassie

Ethiopian Royals in Washington DC

The petite, curly-haired princess of Ethi­o­pia is a mortgage loan officer who commutes 40 minutes a day, does her own dishes and shops for sales on twin sets at Tysons Corner Center.... Read more »

5.9 Magnitude Earthquake Shakes Washington D.C. (VIDEO)

One of the strongest ever recorded earthquake in the east coast shakes Washington D.C. and the Metro area this afternoon at 1:51 pm.  Until this news posted no death is reported but... Read more »

EPRDF meeting in Washington DC interrupted by protesters, (UPDATED) Pictures and Video

A meeting called in Washington DC for this afternoon by the EPRDF current regime agents in Ethiopia interrupted by the protesters. The meeting held in the Howard university hall has to come... Read more »

Mysterious death of Ethiopian homeless man remains unsolved

Zenebech Injera is one the highest-rated Ethiopian restaurants in the District, an unassuming carryout serving up spicy dishes from its storefront on T Street Northwest in the Shaw neighborhood. It was outside... Read more »

Ethiopians demand justice on the DC9 club Ali Mohammed murder case after charges dropped

Family, friends and supporters of 27-year-old Ali Ahmed Mohammed staged an hours-long protest and march Monday after the District’s U.S. Attorney dropped all charges against the five men who were accused in... Read more »

Inside Washington D.C.’s ‘Little Ethiopia’

Washington (CNN) — A record shop blares the contagious thump-thump of Ethiopian music. The aroma of strong coffee fills the air. And thick spices tickle your nose virtually every half a block.... Read more »