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This winter’s field season in Ethiopia is my tenth since I began working there, and despite my experience I am filled with anticipation. Our project is a relatively new one…

Some 2,500 Ethiopian Jews have gone on a hunger strike to force the Israeli Government to repatriate them to their dreamland. They say their continued stay in Ethiopia was subjecting…

CAIRO, (UPI) — The expected emergence of a new state in southern Sudan following a January independence referendum is causing alarm in Cairo because the signs are the infant state…

Ethiopia secured $224.3 million from the African Development Bank to fund the construction of four electricity transmission lines to improve its own power supply and help development in neighboring countries,…

Ethiopia will introduce as many as eight new television channels in 2011 featuring programs made by non-government broadcasters for the first time, Communications Minister Bereket Simon said. State-owned Ethiopian Television’s…

Addis Ababa — A Nigerian, Hajiya Zainab Suleiman, 62, on Sunday died onboard an Ethiopian Airlines’ flight from Addis Ababa to Abuja. The deceased’s husband, Alhaji Suleiman Abdulra’uf, a Kano-based…

By Hayal Alemayehu Activities at the newly-formed Ethio Telecom have come near a standstill with the majority of the former Ethiopian Telecommunications Corporation’s (ETC) workers staying inactive. “Almost all functions…