Ethiopian Desisa and Tune take Ottawa 10Km titles

Desisa and Tune take Ottawa 10Km titles Lelisa Desisa of Ethiopia wins the Ottawa 10K in 28:08 Ottawa, Canada – Ottawa Race Weekend recorded a new “first” on Saturday... Read more »

Ethiopian life in 3D ( VIDEO )

By Alemayehu Seife-Selassie For a city that is blossoming with an escalating number of Ethiopian films, there is a substantial deficiency of one genre of film making; animation. With... Read more »

Egyptian MP calls for calm ” Nile is A National security and Life”

Kampala An Egyptian Member of Parliament, Mr Mohamed Youssef, has asked the Nile Basin countries to restrain from moves that will deprive some countries that need the Nile water... Read more »

Saudis invest heavily in Ethiopian farm sector

JEDDAH: Saudi trade and investment in Ethiopia is expanding. “The investment increase is particularly seen in the agricultural sector and is in line with Custodian of the Two Holy... Read more »

Ethiopian and The International Emerging Film Talent Association (VIDEO)

One of the attractions of Cannes is discovering new cinema and new talent making their entries into the art and industry of Cinema.  When I was invited this year... Read more »

Egypt Arrests Three Ethiopian Women

The Egyptian authorities arrested on Friday three Ethiopian women near the Egyptian-Israeli border in Sinai. Egyptian security sources reported that the three, detained on Friday at dawn, were trying... Read more »

Sudan hands over 46 rebels to Ethiopia

May 28, 2010 (ADDIS ABABA) – Sudanese authorities have handed over Ethiopia, some 46 members of a unidentified rebel group allegedly trained and assigned by Eritrea to undermine the... Read more »

Torn calf muscle threatens Kenenisa Bekele’s season

By Gene Cherry RALEIGH North Carolina (Reuters) – Olympic champion and world 5,000 and 10,000 metres record holder Kenenisa Bekele has a ruptured calf muscle that threatens his outdoor... Read more »

U.S. Embassy in Ethiopia Expands Visa Services, Increases Fees

Addis Ababa, Ethiopia — The U.S. Embassy in Addis Ababa announces several key changes in the nonimmigrant visa application process effective June 2010. The Embassy is pleased to announce... Read more »

Questions raised about ‘Ardi’ as man’s ancestor

By MALCOLM RITTER (AP) NEW YORK — Last fall, a fossil skeleton named “Ardi” shook up the field of human evolution. Now, some scientists are raising doubts about what... Read more »