Meb Keflezighi of the United States crosses the finish line to win the men’s division of the Boston Marathon on Monday, April 21.
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- The Guardian: Ethiopia’s ‘Villagisation’ Scheme Fails to Bear Fruit
- 11th Annual Sheba Film Festival
- Press TV: Ethiopia’s Jailing Journalists, Statement of Fear — CPJ
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- Buzunesh Deba & Mare Dibaba Take Second and Third Place at 2014 Boston Marathon
- Meb Keflezighi Becomes First American Male to Win Boston Marathon Since 1983
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Motown will move its base to Los Angeles where it will be headed by Ethiopia Habtemariam.
A new book from Tsehai Publishers highlights the diplomatic history of Ethiopia and the legacy of Haile Selassie.
US Doctors for Africa is gearing up to host the Pan-African Medical Doctors & Healthcare Conference in Ethiopia.
The exhibition is on display at MMK in Frankfurt, Germany through July 27th, 2014.
Addis Ababa ranks number three among 34 of cities dubbed most likely to become a global leaders in the next two decades.
The New York Times book review of Dinaw Mengestu’s deeply moving latest novel “All Our Names.”