- New York Times5 days ago
The sun had set, and in the empty dirt lot north of the old town of Harar, Ethiopia, where a dozen or so people had gathered, the only light came from yellowish headlamps of an old SUV ...
- The Wall Street Journal3 days ago
“I can’t swim!” Guadagnino, 46, confesses. Guadagnino almost didn’t make Call Me by Your Name, which was released nationwide last month, because he was reluctant to return to the world of “rich ...
- Goal.com16 hours ago
Kisumu City has been among the worst hit areas with pockets of violence during the electioneering period in the country
- Market Watch10 hours ago
Updated key statistics for Africa Oil Corp. - including aoiff margins, P/E ratio, valuation, profitability, company description, and other stock analysis data.
- AFP via Yahoo News2 days ago
"Since we left Libya, things have been OK," says Amina, a 20-year-old Ethiopian sitting on the terrace with her husband. Amina says she is "in a hurry to leave" for France, which will ...
- FOX 59 Indianapolis8 hours ago
Band Aid – Do They Know It’s Christmas Tons of stars got together in 1984 to raise money for victims of a famine in Ethiopia. What a song. Otis Redding – White Christmas Diving a little ...
- Quartz18 hours ago
The jitters surrounding the Saudi purge continue to reverberate both in Africa and across the world with companies and family holdings wondering how the shakedown would impact their businesses ...
- Salon.com3 days ago
... bin Talal, one of the richest men on the planet — whose holdings include Twitter and Citigroup, and Miteb bin Abdullah (Minister of the National Guard), Adel Fakeih (Minister of Economy and Planning), Bakr bin Laden (head of the Saudi Binladin Group) and Mohammed al-Amoudi (a businessman with substantial holdings in Ethiopia).
- Stars and Stripes2 days ago
ADAMA, Ethiopia — A largely hidden war in remote areas of Ethiopia has killed hundreds of people, displaced more than 100,000 others and raised the specter of ethnic cleansing, ...
- Journal Gazette & Times-Courier5 days ago
Participants run during the Delhi Half Marathon in New Delhi, India, Sunday, Nov. 19, 2017. Ethiopia's Birhanu Legese and Almaz Ayana won the men's and women's elite categories, respectively. (AP