Ethiopia bans protests and publications that incite violence 

John Aglionby, East Africa Correspondent February 17, 2018 Ethiopia has introduced a ban on protests and publications that incite violence as part of a six-month state of emergency to... Read more »

The revival of the Ethiopia-Djibouti railway line

Latest update : 2018-02-16 In eastern Africa, you can now reliably take the train from Ethiopia’s capital to neighbouring Djibouti. The new railway line – built and paid for... Read more »

A century of Ethiopia’s turbulent history, seen through the life of one woman

Yetemegn was barely eight years old when her parents married her off to a man in his thirties. Before she could become a spouse, he first had to raise... Read more »

Ethiopian runner and former Olympic hopeful reunites with his family in U.S. on Valentine’s day after seeking refuge from torture

DULLES, VA –  Demssew Tsega Abebe, L, greets his family – including his wife Nigat Teferi Mulat, C, their son, Dagmawi, 5, and their daughter, Soliyana, 2 – when... Read more »

Govt. expected to approve aliyah of 1000 Ethiopians within a month – Israel News

Members of the Jewish Ethiopian community attend a prayer service at the HaTikvah Synagogue in Gondar, northern Ethiopia, September 30, 2016.. (photo credit: REUTERS) Within four weeks, the government... Read more »

This DC Taxi Driver Was a Superstar in Ethiopia

Left: Photo collage by a fan (unknown) at the Hilton Hotel, late 1960s. Right: Hailu Mergia today. As a young man living in Addis Ababa during the swinging 60s, Hailu... Read more »

Ethiopian Industrial Park’s Expansion Opens Old Wounds

The small Ethiopian town of Dukem has some of the most fertile land in the country. It also is home to Ethiopia’s first industrial park. Dukem is part of... Read more »

Ethiopia eyes improved trade relations with Russia – Xinhua

ADDIS ABABA, Feb. 8 (Xinhua) — Ethiopia said on Thursday that it will seek to strengthen economic and investment relations with Russia to cut its trade deficit with Moscow.... Read more »

1 million displaced in Ethiopia fighting: UN

By AFPMore by this Author Clashes between two of Ethiopia’s largest ethnic groups have forced around one million people to leave their homes, according to a UN report seen... Read more »

The Australian Features Dr. Catherine Hamlin, Honorary Citizen of Ethiopia at Tadias Magazine

The Australian Features Dr. Catherine Hamlin, Honorary Citizen of Ethiopia Published by Tadias Magazine February 3rd, 2018 in Podcast. Australian doctor Catherine Hamlin, who is known for her work... Read more »