WFP Launches Cross-Border Aid to South Sudanese From Ethiopia

Addis Ababa — The United Nations’ World Food Program (WFP) has launched a cross-border operation to supply food to tens of thousands of South Sudanese affected by the conflict which began in... Read more »

Access Home Builders Tussle in Court

Judge adjourned the case until April 10, in order to give time to review the desired amendments A judge at the Federal High Court’s Sixth Civil Bench will decide on April 10,... Read more »

High Court Refuses to Drop Berhan Bank Fraud Charges

Although Siman’s lawyer requested that the case be dropped, the judge insisted he must hear it from the plaintiffs A company accused by Berhan International Bank (BIB) of civil charges of fraud... Read more »

Check Out Fomi’s Luxury Leather Handbag Collection Made in Ethiopia

Initially the prospect of developing a handbag line in Africa seemed daunting, but that became Afomia Tesfaye’s motivation in creating FOMI. In early 2011, she made the decision to leave Los Angeles... Read more »

Ethiopia: Updated Submission for the Universal Periodic Review – Human Rights Watch

Ethiopia: Updated Submission for the Universal Periodic Review – Human Rights Watch Ethiopia: Updated Submission for the Universal Periodic Review Human Rights Watch Press Release Ethiopia’s human rights situation since 2009 has... Read more »

Red Cross Trains South Sudanese Refugees

Buses full of South Sudanese refugees drive through the mango and fish rich town of Gambella, in southwestern Ethiopia, before finally arriving at the newly set up refugee camp of Leitchor near... Read more »

‘Nineteen Eighty-Four’ in 2014 Ethiopiana

In Orwellian Ethiopia, the government is using foreign technology to bolster its widespread telecom surveillance of opposition activists and journalists both in Ethiopia and abroad. Addis Ababa uses control of its telecom... Read more »

Some Policy Considerations Regarding the Ethiopian Outmigration

Ethiopia claims that it has enjoyed double-digit real economic growth for about a decade and that it is a stable nation. But the massive outmigration of its people points to a different... Read more »

Ethiopia among the Ten Hot New “Emerging’ economies – Video

Ethiopia among the Ten Hot New “Emerging’ economies April 7 (Bloomberg) –- Coface Asia-Pacific Economist Rocky Tung discusses the ten new emerging markets that are hot on the heels of the BRICs.... Read more »

Updated Submission for the Universal Periodic Review

Ethiopia’s human rights situation since 2009 has been marked by a harsh intolerance for any criticism of government actions and a sharp decline in freedoms of expression and association. Critics of government... Read more »