President Mulatu appoints 12 ambassadors
Addis Ababa, July 26, 2017 (FBC) President Mulatu Teshome today appointed 12 ambassadors who will represent Ethiopia abroad.According to a statement Office of the President sent to FBC today, the newly appointed ambassadors are:
Public participation is essential to meet the country's vision
Tesfaye Lemma 07-25-17 - The government frequently
made vivid that Ethiopia not only has been registering a double-digit growth,
but also undergoing a democratization process anchored in a federal system that
guaranteed the respect for the rights of nations, nationalities and peoples in
The Dragon's Quest in Africa
Teshome Abebe July 22, 2017 - No discussion of the resurgence of China and its relationship with African countries would be complete without a review of the China-Africa policy which began decades ago, and which appeared in at least three phases. This article provides an executive review of the development of the China-Africa policy...
Ethiopian to Start Services to Bahrain
July 24, 2017: Addis Ababa Africa's largest airline group, Ethiopian Airlines, is pleased to announce that it will start services to Bahrain effective August 17, 2017 with the latest B737-800 New Generation with Sky Interior
Kenya and Ethiopia join forces to advance peace, security, development and hope
Confronting the challenges of radicalization and terrorist threats in the region calls for a focused strategy on a compendium of socio-cultural, economic, political and psychological factors. While extremism and related violence have traditionally been driven by exclusion and poverty, this paradigm is no longer adequate. As shown during the attack at Kenyas Garissa University...
Airlines losing traffic to Ethiopia on price, connectivity
International and domestic airlines operating in Nigeria are gradually losing passenger traffic to Ethiopian Airlines over the East African carriers relatively cheaper fares, easy connectivity and most recently, concerted efforts by the country at becoming a one-stop-shop
Italy and the Addis Ababa massacre
The Addis Ababa Massacre: Italy's National Shame. By Ian Campbell. Hurst; 478 pages; £30. To be published in America by Oxford University Press in August.NEAR the village of Affile, on a picturesque hillside east of Rome, stands a monument, unveiled in 2012 and built with public funds, to Rodolfo Graziani, one of Mussolinis most brilliant generals...