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  1. ADDIS ABABA, Ethiopia (AP) — An Ethiopian official says a notorious special police force in the country's Somali region killed 41 people and wounded 20 others as ethnic violence ...

  2. Feyisa Lilesa dramatic crossed-wrist protest made headlines and shone the spotlight on a sometimes brutal government crackdown against Oromo protesters Ethiopia has asked dissident marathoner ...

  3. Ethiopia's Zone 9 bloggers acquitted of terror charges

    PRI Public Radio International3 days ago

    Ethiopia's Zone 9 bloggers were acquitted by an Addis Ababa court today after four of them spent 18 months in prison, awaiting trial on charges of terrorism and inciting violence. The ...

  4. Ethiopia’s government has regressed to an old habit: shutting down the internet. Reports show the internet has been blocked in the eastern cities of Jijiga, Dire Dawa, and Harar following ...

  5. The United Arab Emirates will build an oil pipeline connecting Eritrea's port city of Assab with Ethiopia's capital Addis Ababa, an Ethiopian state-affiliated broadcaster said ...

  6. Ethiopia has released thousands of prisoners as a new prime minister reverses decades of security abuses. No-one knows how many were tortured.

  7. A violent storm in southern Italy has caused a viaduct to partially collapse, according to Italian state police.

  8. Ethiopian Airlines is undisputedly Africa’s largest airline by revenue and profit. Ethiopian’s latest pitch is that it shouldn’t just be Africa’s top airline in passenger numbers ...

  9. Ethiopia Marathon Star Here for Fair

    New York Times5 days ago

    The first man ever to win two Olympic marathon races stepped off a plane at Kennedy International Airport yesterday and announced that he was "honored to run for the World's Fair" and "anxious ...

  10. Authorities have shut off Internet access in eastern Ethiopia amid an outbreak of violence there, residents said on Wednesday, a sign of the challenges facing reformist Prime Minister ...

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