2011 Oscars nominations are out

The Academy of Motion Pictures Arts & Sciences unveiled its nominations for the 83rd annual Academy Awards. The King’s Speech led the way with 12 nominations, and the Coen... Read more »

Ethiopia – As African Tyrants Fall

By : Alemayehu G. Mariam The Invincible Dictators Mohandas Karmachand Gandhi (The Mahatma or Great Soul) is today revered as a historical figure who fought against colonialism, racism and... Read more »

Ethiopian police shot and killed a young man from U.S , Family wants answers for the shooting

SANTA CLARA, Cali. (KGO) — A South Bay family is grieving and say their son was murdered by a police officer in Ethiopia. Arefany Wynn, 20, was there seeing... Read more »

Atlanta police have 2 people of interest in Ethiopian film maker Beyene Jagama killing (Video)

ATLANTA, Ga. – Police have released sketches of two men they want to talk to in connection to the shooting death of a 26-year-old Ethiopian film maker and Atlanta... Read more »

Ethiopian movie director Beyene Jagama shot and killed in Atlanta (Video)

UPDATED:  with News Video ATLANTA — A young Ethiopian movie director Beyene Jagama shot and killed where he worked as a convenience store clerk during an early morning robbery... Read more »

Ethiopia: Eritrean ambassador Girma Asmeron presents credentials to AU

Addis Ababa, Ethiopia – Eritrean ambassador to the African Union (AU), Girma Asmeron Tesfay, has presented his letters of credence to the continental body, AU Commission President Jean Ping... Read more »

Supermodel Liya Kebede Stars in Mystery Movie Into the Woods

After starring in 2009’s Desert Flower, model Liya Kebede continues her crossover into film. Ethiopian born supermodel Liya Kebede is starring in a new film called Into the Woods:... Read more »

U.S Ambassador awarded Four Ethiopian for “Four Freedoms” artwork

APA-Addis Ababa The USA government awarded on Friday in Ethiopia, Addis Ababa four Ethiopia artists who are the winner of an art competition marking the 70th anniversary of U.S.... Read more »

Did NYTimes Over-Redact WikiLeaks Cables on Ethiopia?

by Sydney Smith: StinkyJournalism received an e-mail from a banned Ethiopian journalist last month complaining about the redactions news outlets made in a WikiLeaks cable. Redactions were suggested by... Read more »

Rockwell Museum Director to Travel to Ethiopia as State Dept. Specialist

STOCKBRIDGE, Mass. — Norman Rockwell Museum Director/CEO Laurie Norton Moffatt has been invited by the U.S. Ambassador to Ethiopia, Donald Booth, to travel to Addis Ababa, Ethiopia’s capital, as... Read more »