Amnesty International has condemned the mass arrest of Oromo Liberation Front (OLF) supporters by authorities in Ethiopia over the weekend.
There are four key elections taking place in East Africa this year: Burundi, Ethiopia, Tanzania and Somalia. Each of these countries faces its own unique set of political and security challenges that risk boiling over. Even if all four of
Ethiopia’s electoral board on Wednesday announced it expects to hold national elections on 16 August 2020.
US President Donald Trump puzzled global audiences on Thursday by claiming he was involved in a deal that “saved” Ethiopia and lead to Prime Minister Aboy Ahmed winning the Nobel Peace Prize.
Ethiopia has set a minimum threshold of $200,000 for foreigners looking to invest in local businesses and infrastructure projects. The move comes as part of the East African nation’s privatisation plans for the year ahead, part of which welcomes foreign
Ethiopia joined the space race on Friday with the launch of the East African nation’s first satellite.
Authorities in Ethiopia have arrested five people suspected of burning down four mosques in the country’s Amhara region.
Human Rights Watch (HRW) warns that a new draft law on hate speech in Ethiopia threatens freedom of expression in the country.
A senior UN official has called for Ethiopia to put an end to internet shutdowns and revise controversial hate speech laws that could be used to suppress free speech.
Ethiopia Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed is refusing to speak to the media as he collects his Nobel Peace Prize in Oslo today.