Ethiopia peaceful for peace talks – South Sudan govt slams alarmists

The South Sudanese government has dispelled reports that it wanted the venue of peace talks with the opposition to be changed from the Ethiopian capital, Addis Ababa. The talks... Read more »

Ethiopia to get first Muslim Prime Minister – pro-govt blogger hints

Ethiopia will have a Muslim Prime Minister by close of this week according to a pro-government blogger, Daniel Berhane. The 180-member Council of the ruling Ethiopia Peoples Revolutionary Democratic... Read more »

How oral vaccines could save Ethiopian wolves from extinction

Deep in the Bale Mountains of Ethiopia, wildlife workers trek up above 9,800 feet to save some of the world’s most rare carnivores, Ethiopian wolves. “It’s cold, tough work,”... Read more »

Ethiopia says refugees have returned from Kenya, warns NGOs and media

The Command Post implementing a state of emergency in Ethiopia has said that majority of Ethiopians who fled the country following the army’s killing of civilians in Moyale town... Read more »

Egypt unmoved on Ethiopia’s plan to fill Renaissance Dam reservoir

CAIRO — Abdel Mahmoud Abdel Halim, Sudan’s ambassador to Egypt, issued an invitation on March 13 to the Egyptian government for an April 4-5 tripartite meeting, along with Ethiopia, to discuss the filling of... Read more »

Ethiopia: War-weary South Sudanese find emergency medical care – Ethiopia

Since it began in December 2013, the conflict in South Sudan has forced over two million people from their homes. For those living in the east of the country,... Read more »

Tirupur garment units turn to Ethiopia

SCM Garments, the exports arm of the SCM Group of Companies from Tirupur, is setting up a 500-machine garment unit in Ethiopia. The company had opened the facility a... Read more »

An Ethiopian newcomer makes a spicy splash in Alexandria

Sambusa and beer at Makeda. (Scott Suchman/For The Washington Post) Quanta firfir, or beef jerky. (Scott Suchman/For The Washington Post) (Good) Among the world’s most versatile dishes is injera,... 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 »

The Many Layers of the Ethiopia Crisis – Africa Center for Strategic Studies

Protests in Ethiopia are the culmination of a long-simmering series of grievances and demands for greater freedom, equity, and opportunity. Photo: Andrew Heavens. After 3 years of relentless protests,... Read more »