The disease has so far killed 6,900 people & has disrupted daily life in the worst-hit nations of Liberia, Guinea & Sierra Leone.
- Africans Give Back: How the U.S. African Diaspora is Fighting Ebola Back Home
- Ebola Deaths Reach 6,900 in West Africa, UN Says One Million Face Hunger
- Mr. Obama’s Historic Move on Cuba (NYT)
- Addis Ababa Metro Set for Completion in January (Reuters)
- Pictures: Chester Higgins’ Stunning Photos of Ethiopia & His New Project ‘Apparitions’
- 2014 Census: Ethiopia Again Ranks Among the Worst Jailers of Journalists in the World
- U.S. to Restore Full Relations With Cuba
- Ethiopia Holds Farewell Gala for Volunteer Doctors Headed to Ebola-Hit Countries
- Interview With Award-Winning Poet From Ethiopia Liyou Libsekal
- From NYC to DC Tens Of Thousands Demand an End to Police Violence (Video)
Seeds of Africa Foundation’s Dream School Initiative aims to provide a state-of-art education facility for Pre-K and up in Nazret.
Dr. Johanson reflects on Lucy’s discovery & what his research can tell us about today’s technology-driven fast-paced world.
Jeff Pearce’s new book entitled Prevail shares personal accounts of heroes from Ethiopia’s victory over Mussolini.
Liyou Libsekal, 24, is quickly establishing herself as one of the leading member of a new generation of African poets.
Billboard magazine has named Ethiopia Habtemariam as one of the year’s top women in the music industry.
Zeresenay Berhane Mehari, a USC film school grad, delves into abduction of girls to be brides in Ethiopia.