Mohamed Amin: The Kenyan who moved the world | Kenya

When he picked up his camera on October 19, 1984, Mohamed “Mo” Amin couldn’t possibly have known that the footage he would shoot over the next two days would change not only... Read more »

US ‘locked and loaded’ if Syria uses chemical weapons again | News

The United States has warned it “is locked and loaded” to strike Syria if there are any more chemical attacks, hours after more than 100 bombs targeted facilities in Damascus and Homs... Read more »

Zuma arrives in Ethiopia for AU Summit

ADDIS ABABA – President Jacob Zuma arrived in Ethiopia on Friday to attend the 30th Ordinary Session of the Assembly of Heads of State and Government of the African Union. The... Read more »

Seminary Dean sought for Ethiopia, where church growth outpaces number of clergy

A new Dean is being sought for the St Frumentius’ Anglican Theological College in Gambella, Ethiopia, to train clergy for the growing number of Anglican churches in the country. The growth of... Read more »

DC Screening of Indrias Kassaye’s Ethiopia Film ‘Breathe in the Roots’ at Tadias Magazine

Spotlight: DC Screening of Indrias Kassaye’s Ethiopia Film ‘Breathe in the Roots’ Published by Tadias Magazine August 18th, 2017 in Featured. Still shot from the new film ‘Breathe in the Roots’ by... Read more »

Child adopted from Ethiopia adjusting to new life in Anderson

ANDERSON, Ind. — It’s been a journey of thousands of miles for a young boy, but his new family says he’s settling in and adjusting well to his new life after being... Read more »

China to open first overseas military base in Djibouti | Djibouti News

Ships carrying personnel for China’s first overseas military base have set sail to begin setting up the facility in Djibouti, as the country’s rapidly modernising military extends its global reach. The warships... Read more »

Running from Ethiopia: The Oromo Exodus

Watch more stories about refugees in search of a new place to call home in this episode of “Trust Docs.” Feyisa Lilesa completed the marathon at the Rio Olympics with his arms... Read more »

Volcanoes in Ethiopia Shook Up Early Human Evolution – Seeker

Dramatic and rapid changes from volcanic activity in Ethiopia appear to have set the stage for the emergence of Homo sapiens around 200,000 years ago. The first known fossil evidence for our... Read more »

Ethiopia: Ex-ONLF rebels in Ogaden learn new skills – Aljazeera.com

Former rebel fighters with the Ogaden National Liberation Front (ONLF), which has battled for decades against the government for an independent state for ethnic Somalis in Eastern Ethiopia, are learning new skills... Read more »