Ethiopia’s new Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed names cabinet | Ethiopia News

Ethiopia’s new prime minister has named a cabinet that includes the former mining minister as defence minister, and retained the finance and foreign ministers from his predecessor’s cabinet. Abiy... Read more »

Ethiopia: A nation in need of a new story

Ethiopia: A nation in need of a new story – African Arguments   I dunno if you’ve heard, but African Arguments has started a new Insiders’ Newsletter!   Every week,... Read more »

Ethiopia: A nation in need of a new story

Ethiopia: A nation in need of a new story – African Arguments   I dunno if you’ve heard, but African Arguments has started a new Insiders’ Newsletter!   Every week,... Read more »

Four Ethiopians killed in Moyale bomb attack

By IRENE MWENDWAMore by this Author Four people on Tuesday were killed and more than 20 hospitalised following a bomb attack on the Ethiopian side of Moyale town. Speaking... Read more »

Ethiopia Courts Foreigners for Sugar Plant as Army Sidelined

Ethiopia’s government plans to hire foreign companies to help develop the country’s sugar industry, after canceling a military-industrial conglomerate’s contract on a key project. Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed, in... Read more »

Bomb blast in Ethiopia kills 3, Oromia region blames Ethio-Somali militia

A grenade explosion in the Ethiopian town of Moyale, has killed three persons and left scores wounded. Local media portals confirmed that the attack occured near a bus station.... 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 »

Ethiopian official blames indiscipline for air traffic disruption, flights resume

Flights have resumed at Ethiopia’s Bole International Airport after what was described as a rare but also brief industrial action that led to the grounding of flights on Tuesday... Read more »

Decades of volatility test Ethiopia’s young leader

David Pilling in London and John Aglionby in Nairobi April 17, 2018 Print this page It is not every day a prime minister admits that his country is in... Read more »

Travel Monday: A Photo Trip to Ethiopia’s Danakil Depression

In the Afar region of northern Ethiopia, lies a vast, tortured, desert plain called the Danakil Depression. Danakil lies about 410 ft (125 m) below sea level, and is... Read more »