The 32-kilometre line is expected to carry 15,000 people per hour in one direction, at a top speed of 70km/hr
The $3 million space programme launched last month is hoped to boost farming and communications
Authoritarian and landlocked it may be, but Addis Ababa will mark its last emperor’s death as a model of development.
On the 1st of March 1896 Ethiopia secured its sovereignty and made history by defeating Italy, which sought to conquer and colonise the east African Empire.
Coffee in Ethiopia has been classified high up in the echelons of the world’s best coffee and the East African country’s climatic conditions has something to do with it.
Ethiopian Airlines clinched the coveted Passenger Choice Award for “Best Airline in Africa” for the second time at the Airline Passenger Experience (APEX) EXPO, which was held from September 15-18, in California, USA
A group of United Nations human rights experts today appealed to Ethiopia to stop manipulating anti-terrorism laws to curb freedoms of expression and association in the country, following reports that people continue to be detained arbitrarily
The killing of protesting students by Ethiopian authorities at the end of April is part of an ongoing story of wholesale dispossession and state-sponsored violence. Yet it has gone almost completely ignored in the international media. Here’s why.
Oromo people are the largest ethnic group in Ethiopia but remain politically marginalised. Persecution and violent assimilationist policies pursued by the state have caused many to flee and refuse to self-identify as Ethiopian.