Caffeine high? Climate-hit Ethiopia shifts coffee uphill, Energy & Commodities

[HAMBELA, Ethiopia] Few countries take coffee as seriously as Ethiopia – and that’s not only because it prides itself as being the source of the prized Arabica bean. But rising temperatures and... Read more »

Ethiopia shifts coffee fields uphill over climate change

HAMBELA, Ethiopia – Few countries take coffee as seriously as Ethiopia – and that’s not only because it prides itself as being the source of the prized Arabica bean. READ: Ethiopian migrant turns... Read more »

China scales back investment in Ethiopia

John Aglionby in Addis Ababa and Emily Feng in Beijing June 3, 2018 Print this page China is scaling back investment in Ethiopia in the face of rising foreign exchange shortages and... Read more »

News: Ethiopia frees Andargachew Tsige, drops charges against Berhanu Nega, Jawar Mohammed and two media orgs

  Mahlet Fasil Addis Abeba, May 28/2018 – Ethiopia has finally released Andargachew Tsige, the co-founder and secretary-general of Ginbot 7, Movement for Justice, Freedom and Democracy. in the same day the attorney... Read more »

Ethiopia’s scheme to help the poor is setting an example

TSIDE ZEWIDE has lived in the shadow of the national palace in Addis Ababa for more than 50 years. Since her husband died four years ago the 73-year-old has cared for three... Read more »

150 Years After His Death Ethiopia Commemorates Life of Tewodros II at Tadias Magazine

Emperor Tewodros II who died during the battle of Meqdela in April 1868 [150 years ago this month], was born in 1818, marking his 200th birthday this year. (Image: Tadias MagazineBy... Read more »

Ethiopia to double road network to 200,000km by 2020 – News

30 May 2018 | By GCR Staff Rapidly industrialising Ethiopia, Africa’s second most populous country, has set an ambitious target to double the length of its road network by 2020 from its... Read more »

Meet one of the first Colorado transplants from Ethiopia

Here at 9NEWS, we are well aware of how fortunate we are to call Colorado home. In fact, Colorado is becoming home to more people than ever – it’s well-known that many... Read more »

Ethiopia pardons abducted Briton on death row | UK news

A Briton who has spent four years on death row in Ethiopia after being abducted at an airport in Yemen has been pardoned. Andargachew Tsege, an opponent of the regime in Addis... Read more »

Ethiopia to Get New Euro 40 Million Cardiac Hospital

By Kimani Chege Royal Philips, a global leader in health technology, and the governments of Ethiopia and the Netherlands, today signed a seven-year agreement to build Ethiopia’s first specialized Cardiac Care Center... Read more »