Ethiopia's ruling party wins election by landslide

Ethiopia's ruling party EPRDF and its allies have won a landslide victory in parliament elections held on the weekend Read More


Society of Ethiopians Established in Diaspora Honored Tamagn Beyene

Society of Ethiopians Established in Diaspora (SEED) held its 23nd Annual Awards Gala at Georgetown University Hotel & Conference Center in Washington, D.C... Read More


He fled to the U.S. for political asylum. Two years later, he won a full scholarship

Mikias Gebremeskel stood in a public spot in Ethiopia’s capital city handing out anti-government fliers to passersby. Read More


Ethiopia's National Day, a letter written by John Kerry Secretary of State of the United State of America

On behalf of President Obama and the people of the United States, I congratulate the people of Ethiopia as you celebrate your Read More


‘Medical Millennials’ Include Southfield Grad Heading To Ethiopia In June

A local student is heading to Ethiopia for a “hands-on” learning experience. She’s part of a select group picked to study overseas. Read More


Family of murdered maid accept blood money over death sentence

The family of an Ethiopian maid tortured to death by her employers has spared her killers the death sentence. Read More


20 Ethiopian gunmen raid Moyale village

Kenya has deployed more security officers to patrol its border with Ethiopian after soldiers from the former beat up Kenyan villagers and snatched a gun. Read More


What Google, Apple and 17 other of the world's biggest brands were called before they became household names

According to CNBC, electronics chain Best Buy was still called Sound of Music back in 1981 when the brand's Roseville, Minnesota, store was reduced to rubble by a tornado. Read More


Beaten Ethiopian-Israeli soldier sues police for 100,000 USD

An Ethiopian-Israeli soldier who has been beaten by Israeli policemen is filing a suit for a compensation of some 390,000 shekels (about 100,000 U.S. dollars,) Israel's Channel 2 TV reported on Tuesday. Read More


India's killer heatwave is now so hot it causes the roads to MELT

he death toll from India's killer heatwave has topped 1,100 as people battle to contend with conditions so hot roads are beginning to melt. Read More


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