Ghana Players partied until 2 am before the World Cup quarter finals

Ghana players have partied their way into the World Cup quarter finals. Members of the squad were out at a casino until 2am the day before tonight’s showdown with... Read more »

Africa’s Failing Democracies

By Jason McLure When human rights Watch criticized the results of Ethiopia’s May elections, in which the ruling coalition “won” an improbable 545 out of 547 seats, leaders in... Read more »

Petronas May Begin Ethiopian Gas Exports in 2015, Ministry Says

By Fred Ojambo (Bloomberg) — Petroliam Nasional Bhd., Malaysia’s state-owned oil company, may begin exporting natural gas from Ethiopia in five years, when production starts at a plant it... Read more »

Tamagne Beyene Honored by Ethiopians (VIDEO)

Ethiopian across the globe Honored Activist and Ethiopianist Tamagne Beyene for his bravery, uprightness of character, personal integrity, courage, and for being a symbol of perseverance and defiance in... Read more »

Ethiopia’s Chances at CAF 2012 got a boost from Nigeria

The Ethiopian National Football team has just increased its chances of qualification for the 2012 African Cup of Nations with out kicking a ball. Team Ethiopia which is placed... Read more »

The threat of a water war over the Nile

Egypt and Sudan draw battle lines with upstream nations over access to the Nile NATIONS FIGHT over water, especially when access is curtailed or threatened, and there are the... Read more »

Ghana’s World Cup run has Ethiopia dreaming

ADDIS ABABA — Ghana’s amazing run in the World Cup may be a source of inspiration for Africa, but it’s also providing a wake-up call for African nations to... Read more »

Ethiopian newspaper reports its mail tampering by Ethiopian Postal service

New York, June 29, 2010—Ethiopia’s postal service should a conduct thorough and transparent investigation into the tampering of mail addressed to the country’s leading critical newspaper, the Committee to... Read more »

Inside Ethiopia’s fusion jazz scene and Mulatu Astatke

ADDIS ABABA, Ethiopia — Everything is done differently in Ethiopia. Splodges of spicy stews on a vast damp pancake is food that takes some getting used to, the national... Read more »

A man beat his 2 yr old stepdaughter to death for crying during Ghana vs U.S. world cup game

McALLEN, Texas — A man accused of fatally beating his 2-year-old stepdaughter in Texas because she wouldn’t stop crying as he watched a World Cup match was expected to... Read more »