State Department partners with NGO to promote Ethiopian-Israeli …

In the affluent neighborhood Kfar Shmaryahu north of Tel Aviv, three high-tech startups made business pitches to an eager crowd of investors, media, and others. However, what made these... Read more »

Ethiopia Frees Muslims Jailed After Protests Over Religion – ABC …

Ethiopia’s chief prosecutor said Saturday that the country pardoned hundreds of convicts, among them Muslims jailed under anti-terror laws for opposing what they called government interference in their religion.... Read more »

Feyisa Lilesa: Ethiopian protest runner lands in the US

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Anti-government protesters get into Ethiopian embassies -BBC ( VIDEO)

A protest at Ethiopia’s embassy in London, where demonstrators got inside and kicked a portrait of former Prime Minister Meles Zenawi.Ethiopia protests: Protesters Takeover Ethiopian Embassies in England, Sweden... Read more »

​Political, financial interests silence global condemnation of Ethiopian injustices | MG Africa

On August 6 and 7, Ethiopian security forces were reported to have shot dead about 90 demonstrators in the Oromia region, which surrounds the capital Addis Ababa, and in... Read more »

Just a Taste: Ethiopian cuisine in good hands with new food trailer

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Ethiopia lacks a model of leadership

In January, 2016, Ethiopian Foreign Minister Tedros Adhanom was nominated as Africa’s candidate for director general of the UN World Health Organization. Just this past week, former New York... Read more »

US says ‘excessive use of force’ against Ethiopia protesters

JUBA, South Sudan –  The U.S. ambassador to the United Nations says her country has raised “grave concerns” about what it calls excessive use of force against protesters in... Read more »

A tenured US professor is leading an Ethiopian rebel group

In the summer of 2015, Berhanu Nega’s life took a very unusual turn. The gregarious economics professor took an indefinite leave of absence from his tenured post as professor... Read more »

Africa|Ethiopian Runner Won’t Return Home, but Doesn’t Know Where to Go

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