Ethiopian Taxi driver gets $10,000 for his burned taxi on Lakers game riot ( video )

LOS ANGELES (KABC) — The taxi driver who was attacked by a mob of Lakers fans following the NBA championship win received a hefty donation Monday. Unruly fans set... Read more »

Ethiopian Opposition Figure Appeals for Unity in Future Elections

Seye Abreha calls on other opposition parties to bury their differences, form coalition to challenge PM Zenawi’s ruling party The Vice Chairman of Ethiopia’s opposition Unity for Democracy and... Read more »

Lucy’s ‘great-grandfather’ found

Anthropologists say they have discovered the 3.6 million-year-old partial skeleton of a creature that came from the same species as Lucy, but was 400,000 years older and at least... Read more »

Ethiopia’s Petroleum Reserve Falls to 13 Days

By ZEKARIAS HADDUSH Ethiopia’s petroleum reserve fell to a worrying 87,000 cubic metres, or only 13 days of supply, down from 130,000 cubic metres in 2005/06. The plan of... Read more »

In Ethiopia, U.S. Embassy’s revolving door

By Jeff Stein More than a dozen top American diplomats have come and gone at the U.S. Embassy in Ethiopia, a front-line nation in the battle against Islamic extremism,... Read more »

China Involved in ESAT Jamming : Addis Neger Report

(by Addis Neger Addis Ababa Contributors) The satellite transmission of an Ethiopian broadcaster ESAT has successfully been jammed by Ethiopia’s Information Network Security Agency(INSA). According to information obtained by... Read more »

Make Me A New Face – Hope For Africa’s Hidden Children ( VIDEO )

BBC broadcast a documentary about Ethiopian kids suffering with leishmaniasis. Please be advised some of the content you will see might be disturbing. In 2008 Ben Fogle caught a... Read more »

Escape for Freedom , Eritrean refugee settles in Modesto California

By Lisa Millegan Renner When Michael Welde Michael crossed the border from his native Eritrea into Ethiopia, he not only had to worry about getting shot, he had to... Read more »

India’s complacency leads to Chinese takeover of huge Ethiopian rail project

By Monty Munford India has lost out to China in the race to build several Ethiopian railways, including the strategically important line to Djibouti that allows land-locked Ethiopia access... Read more »

Nile basin states water Ministers to meet in Ethiopia next week

By Tesfa-Alem Tekle June 19, 2010 (ADDIS ABABA) — Water Ministers from nine member states of the Nile Basin are scheduled to meet in the Ethiopian capital, Addis Ababa,... Read more »