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Dr. Rajiv Shah, left, USAID administrator speaks with Ethiopian Prime Minister H.E. Hailemariam Desalegn in 2014. (© Flickr USAID)
by Yoseph Badwaza, Senior Program Officer, Africa
Ariana Austin, 33, married 35-year-old Joel Makonnen, a great-grandson of the last emperor of Ethiopia, on September 9 in Maryland
The couple married 12 years after
Haile Gebreselassie, Ethiopia’s retired long distance runner, is constructing a 4 star resort hotel in Minch town, Southern Regional State. The hotel is being built
Commercial Bank of Ethiopia’s Board Chairman, Bereket Simon, resigned from his position and hand over to Yinager Dessie (PhD), Commissioner of the National Planning Commission.
The arrest and continued detention of Dr. Merera Gudina has been slammed by Human Rights Groups – particularly Human Rights Watch.
(Africanews)―Ethiopia’s parliament in August 2017
About 2,000 Indian faculty members are contributing to teaching and to academic research in Ethiopian universities, said India’s President Ram Nath Kovind
ADDIS ABABA (ANI)―President Ram
Heads of Law Society and Bar Council ask foreign secretary to seek release of Briton national Andargachew Tsege, who was kidnapped in 2014
By Owen Bowcott
Across Somali Region of Ethiopia, there are 264 sites containing around 577,711 internally displaced persons (IDPs) according to a survey conducted by IOM between May
In 2006, the documents indicate, the NSA agreed to provide Ethiopia with additional domestic surveillance technology in the Somali Regional State, commonly called the Ogaden
"I started my fight, not by telling people, but showing people that I'm able to contribute. I have one disability but I have 99 abilities"
EU sets aside $587m for plan focused on resettling vulnerable people from Libya, Egypt, Niger, Sudan, Chad and Ethiopia.
The European Commission has unveiled a new
Addis Ababa, September 29, 2017 - We are pleased to announce the arrival of U.S. Ambassador to Ethiopia, Michael Raynor.
Ambassador Raynor recorded a video message
Seeds of Africa founder and executive director Atti Worku (born in Adama, Ethiopia) works to educate and nurture children and their families by providing quality
“As one of the leading troop contributing countries, Ethiopia attaches great importance to strengthening the role of United Nations peacekeeping to address challenges to international
“I believe I am discriminated because of my nationality… I am not saying that I am entitled to be here. But an arbitrary decision without
NAIROBI, Kenya (HRW)―Ethiopian government and security officials should act with restraint and take concrete steps to prevent injuries and deaths at this year’s Irreecha festival
The clashes in Oromia and Somali Regions have displaced at least 30,000 people; local administrators have now asked aid agencies operating in the area to
Hundreds celebrated the Ethiopian new year at the annual Ethiopia Fest in the ”Windy City,” hosted by the Ethiopian Community Association of Chicago (ECAC)
Tabeel Rush and Joanna White-Oldham have launched a GoFundMe page to raise the money needed to cover the costs of shipping the books to the
Some of the items from Brenda Yager’s trip to Ethiopia will be featured in a display that will open Sunday, Sept. 17, and close Tuesday,
It takes a village—and the occasional kind professor—to raise a child.
Dr Henry Musoma, a professor at Texas A&M went viral last week after he
North Korea has fired an intermediate-range ballistic missile that flew over Japan before landing in the northern Pacific Ocean.
It was the second aggressive test-flight over
South Sudan, once again, ranked as the most troubled country while Ethiopia recorded the greatest worsening globally over 2016, according to Fragile States Index 2017
Human Rights Watch is urging the Saudi government to halt its plan to expel hundreds of thousands of Ethiopian immigrants who missed a late August
Israeli volunteers, Dalia Hartstein and her friend Adi, experience in Ethiopian with Jewish children in Gondar’s Falash Mura Jews
By Dalia Hartstein (Atlanta Jewish Times) |
The weekend visit by the heads of WFP, FAO and IFAD was aimed at addressing the root causes of the worst drought and improving communities’
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