Ethiopian Airlines’ acquisition spree unsettles Kenya Airways :: Kenya

Ethiopian Airlines plane In summary The airline has stakes in Malawian and Togolese carriers and is planning to buy into airlines operating in Zambia, Chad, Mozambique and Guinea It... Read more »

Ethiopia and Egypt Smooth Tensions Over Nile Dam

Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam Reservoir By Matina Stevis-Gridneff and Jared Malsin Wall Street Journal CAIRO—Officials from Ethiopia, Egypt and Sudan on Wednesday made progress after months of acrimony over... Read more »

Coffee faces double threat in Ethiopia

Farmer Ahmed Mume started growing khat on his coffee farm in Deder, eastern Ethiopia a decade ago. Photo: AP One kilogram of coffee sells for between 50 and 60... Read more »

Ethiopian Airlines to step up expansion with more deals and jets

Ethiopian Airlines Bole Airport File ADDIS ABABA (Reuters) – Even by its own standards, Ethiopian Airlines’ ETHA.UL recent growth has been fast — so fast that it revised the... Read more »

Ethiopia, Palestine Filmmakers at Cannes with Emerging Talent Program – Variety

The International Emerging Film Talent Association returns to Cannes with workshops and a new documentary as part of its mandate to help filmmakers from emerging regions, which this year... Read more »

Coffee faces a double threat to its existence in eastern Ethiopia

HARAR, Ethiopia (Reuters) – For generations, farmers planted the lush earth of Awedai and nearby areas in eastern Ethiopia with coffee trees, earning a livelihood from a crop that... Read more »

Ethiopia overtakes Ghana as Fastest-Growing African Economy – IMF

The offices of the Pan African chamber of commerce, left, and Wegagaen Bank SC stand beyond the Addis Ababa light rail track in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, on Saturday, June... Read more »

IMF Sees Ethiopia Beating Ghana as Fastest-Growing Africa Economy

Ghana has lost its mantle as the African economy likely to grow the quickest this year to Ethiopia, which has held the position for most of the past decade,... Read more »

Ethiopia releases 11 journalists, politicians once again

By Elias Meseret | AP By Elias Meseret | AP April 5 at 1:06 PM ADDIS ABABA, Ethiopia — Eleven journalists, politicians and bloggers in Ethiopia who were detained last month for allegedly... Read more »

Unexplained internet blackout in Ethiopia’s Oromia region

Internet services have been cut off in much of Ethiopia’s largest regional state, Oromia, the region’s television network reported on Tuesday. According to the Oromia Broadcasting Network (OBN), the... Read more »