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New Locust Swarms Threaten Agriculture in Ethiopia

A new round of locust swarms has hit Ethiopia and is again threatening crops and food security, say agricultural officials. Dereje Hirpha, the Oromia region’s...

Ethiopia Launches its First Satellite From a Space Station in China

Ethiopia has launched its first satellite. The satellite was launched into space Friday from at a space station in China. Ethiopian and Chinese officials and scientists,...

Ethiopia Sets World Record of Planting More than 350 Million Trees in a Day

Ethiopians planted more than 350 million trees in one day, officials say, in what they believe is a world record. Ethiopia's minister of innovation and...

Climate Crisis: Ethiopia Starts Ambitious Campaign to Plant 200 Million Trees a Day

Ethiopia has started an ambitious campaign to plant 200 million trees a day, a record that the African country aims to reach in the...

Ethiopia Plans to Privatize Mobile Telecom, Aviation, Energy Sectors

Ethiopia’s finance minister says the government is preparing to privatize some state-owned entities. However, the plan to sell off parts of the country’s once-guarded...

Ethiopia to Renew Safety Questions After Devastating Plane Crash

Investigators rushed to the scene of a devastating plane crash in Ethiopia on Sunday, an accident that could renew safety questions about the newest...

WHO Ships Vaccination For Yellow Fever in Ethiopia

The World Health Organization is releasing more than a million doses of yellow fever vaccine from its emergency stockpile after the deadly mosquito-borne disease...

Creator of ‘Tibeb Girls’ use their Superpowers to Stop Harmful Practices against Girls in Rural Areas in Ethiopia

ADDIS ABABA, May 6, 2017: Three young Ethiopian girls use their superpowers to stop harmful practices against girls in rural areas and to promote access...

Awareness about Africa lacking in India: Ethiopian envoy

New Delhi: There is hardly any awareness about Africa in India or about its diverse people and culture, though many in Africa know about India,...

Obama ends Kenya visit

  Nairobi: US President Barack Obama left Kenya on Sunday afternoon after a three-day visit, his first as president to the country of his father's birth. Obama...

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