10 Turkish agricultural machinery producers and exporters explore Ethiopian market during visit to Addis Ababa
Postponed meeting was to be first on controversial Blue Nile dam project since talks broke down last November
As Africa's second most-populous country enters uncharted political territory, here are four questions about what happened -- and what comes next.
Hailemariam Desalegn resigned on Thursday following anti-government protests in country
Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn resigned on Thursday after weeks of anti-government demonstrations and growing splits within the country's ruling Ethiopian People's Revolutionary Democratic Front (EPRDF) coalition.
'As Turkey alumni, we state our support to the soldiers,' says statement from Ethiopians who studied in Turkey
Dispute between 3 countries over $4.8B hydro-electric dam on Nile seems to have been resolved after meeting in Addis Ababa
Successful students will be eligible to attend summer school courses in Turkish, says Yunus Emre Institute
Opposition parties have long denounced indiscriminate jailing of polticial figures in Ethiopia
Ethiopia's ambassador to Turkey highlights East African nation's growing, historically rooted relations with Turkey
Egyptian Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry pays surprise visit to Ethiopia
Ethiopian Gumuz people make their living from agriculture. As agricultural products, millet, onion, cotton, tobacco, mango, various vegetables and fruits are preferred. The Gumuz ethnic community also engages in activities such as hunting wild animals, collecting wild fruits and gathering seeds.
60 percent construction of Renaissance dam has been completed, says Ethiopian water ministers
Meeting in Addis Ababa on Saturday brought together Turkish officials and Ethiopian alumni
Abadula Gemeda, a member of the Oromos, the country's largest ethnic group, announced last Sunday that he was stepping down after seven years as speaker of the House of People's Representatives.
National Bank of Ethiopia says devaluation of its currency necessary to boost exports
India to provide credit line to tune of $95 million to Ethiopia for electric transmission line, says Indian president
Oromo people, one of country’s largest ethnic groups, demand political, economic freedom
Turkish Red Crescent donates 28,000 sheep for needy people in Ethiopia
UN agency says civilians in South Sudan keep flocking to Ethiopia as fight between government forces, rebels continues
Regional security, Ethiopia’s Grand Renaissance Dam to top agenda of talks, Sudanese FM says