Ethiopia's drought overlooked as aid funneled to more desperate crises – Al Jazeera America

The northern Ethiopia highlands of Tigray has long struggled with unreliable rainy seasons.James Jeffrey The government has since been criticized by aid agencies for delaying and not admitting the... Read more »

Restrictive Ethiopia cuts an economic dash – BBC News

Image caption A locally managed shoe factory is giving Chinese competitors in Ethiopia a run for their money “I retired at 24,” says Samuel Alemayehu, as we look out... Read more »

Ethiopia’s fragile tourism industry at crucial juncture

Addis Ababa, Ethiopia –  A small plaque on this tiny deserted hillock deep in the forests of Kaffa, a province in western Ethiopia, bears an inscription in Amharic and... Read more »

In Ethiopia, Drought Threatens to Overshadow Progress – Newsweek

Newsweek In Ethiopia, Drought Threatens to Overshadow ProgressNewsweekAt the same time, Ethiopian officials revised their predictions of the number of people affected by the ongoing drought upward by nearly... Read more »

Egypt, Ethiopia, Sudan sign new deal on Nile dam

Egypt, Ethiopia, and Sudan have signed an agreement finalising the two firms tasked with carrying out studies on the potential impact of Ethiopia’s Grand Renaissance Dam on the flow... Read more »

Ethiopia: UNHCR Praises Ethiopia Excellent Relations – AllAfrica.com

Since migration and mobility of people in the continent is increasing, Ethiopia and UNHCR should work more closely to address the issue in the Horn of Africa. The United... Read more »

Four signs prove Ethiopia's bad intentions: Political Science Professor – Daily News Egypt

Daily News Egypt Four signs prove Ethiopia's bad intentions: Political Science ProfessorDaily News EgyptThe 11th meeting of the tripartite committee on the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) began Sunday... Read more »

UK gives Ethiopia £30m to fight drought similar in scale to 1984 crisis – The Guardian

The UK will provide an extra £30m in aid for Ethiopia, where a prolonged drought means that more than 18 million people will need urgent relief in the next... Read more »

News Anchor Arrested After TV Station Covers Ethiopia Protests (CPJ) – Tadias Magazine

News Anchor Arrested After TV Station Covers Ethiopia Protests (CPJ) Published by Tadias Magazine December 22nd, 2015 in Podcast. In Wolenkomi, Ethiopia some 60km west of Addis Ababa on... Read more »

A refugee stalemate: When an asylum claim is rejected

Rathenow, Germany – Abdishakur Ahmed spends most days disconnected from German society, hanging out in a small room he shares with two other Somali refugees. But, in his state-provided... Read more »