Thousands of people have been killed, two million displaced and hundreds of thousands driven into famine-like conditions since the conflict erupted in November 2020
Tens of thousands of people have died in the war between Ethiopian federal and allied troops and fighters from the country’s Tigray region
The fighting has already killed thousands and forced hundreds of thousands into famine-like conditions and extreme poverty, according to the UN
From conflict in Kashmir to starvation deaths in Tigray: Local problems take centre stage at 76th UNGA
The meet gave world leaders the opportunity to discuss and deliberate on some of the most unstable and unsettling current conflicts, which could have global repercussions
The General Assembly’s first in-person meeting since the pandemic began shows that international cooperation matters, says Richard Gowan, UN director of the International Crisis Group
Tokyo Olympics 2020: Ethiopian distance runner Selemon Barega claims first gold in athletics as event gets underway
The 10-day track and field competition, which got under way in a mostly empty 68,000-capacity Olympic Stadium with spectators barred due to Covid-19 restrictions.
Ethiopia in 2011 launched construction of the GERD on the Blue Nile, roughly 30 km from the border with Sudan.
More than 2 million of Tigray’s 6 million people have already fled, unable to harvest their crops. And those who stayed often cannot plant new crops or till the land because they fear for their lives.
Five months after it began, the armed conflict in Ethiopia has turned into what witnesses describe as a campaign to destroy the Tigrayan minority. Thousands of families have been shattered, fleeing their homes, starved, murdered or still searching for each other across a region of some 6 million people.
The Ethiopian government of Nobel Peace Prize winner Abiy Ahmed is accused of teaming up with Abiy's ethnic group — his mother was Amhara — and soldiers from neighbouring Eritrea, long an enemy of Tigray's now-fugitive leaders, to punish around 6 million people. Witnesses say they have split much of Tigray between them, with the Amhara in the west and Eritrean forces in the east.
The match referee collapsed in the tie between Ivory Coast and Ethiopia with game being abandoned 10 minutes from time.
Gudaf Tsegay beat by more than two seconds the previous record set by her compatriot Genzebe Dibaba in Karlsruhe in 2014.
Biden and Antonio Guterres talked about building resilience to future public health challenges and confronting the threat of climate change
'Full-scale humanitarian crisis unfolding' in Ethiopia, says UN as thousands flee conflict-torn Tigray region
Recent fighting has left hundreds dead, although a communications blackout in Tigray has made it difficult to assess how the fighting is going
Israel allows Ethiopians of Jewish descent to resettle, but fewer than promised; draws flak from activists
The plan approved on Monday would admit about one-quarter of the roughly 8,000 who remain, living in mostly rundown communities in the Ethiopian cities of Addis Ababa, the capital, and Gondar
Ethiopia's 'town of runners' strives to outpace coronavirus as excitement for Bekele-Kipchoge showdown bubbles over
On Sunday, Ethiopia's five-time world champion Kenenisa Bekele - a winner of three Olympic golds - will face off against Kenyan icon and marathon world record-holder Eliud Kipchoge in the London Marathon, and Bekele's hometown Bekoji is ready to cheer for its greatest son.
Anurag Srivastava takes charge as MEA spokesperson; 1999-batch IFS officer had served as India's Ambassador to Ethiopia
Anurag Srivastava, a 1999-batch Indian Foreign Service officer, was serving as India's Ambassador to Ethiopia
India recorded highest births on New Year's Day with 67,385 babies born, China holds second spot with 46,299 newborns
China, with 1.43 billion people in 2019, and India, with 1.37 billion, have long been the two most populous countries of the world
SpiceJet's fleet expansion dreams hit as Boeing likely to delay 737 MAX aircraft deliveries amid suspension of production
In August this year, SpiceJet had posted its biggest-ever quarterly profit of Rs 261.7 crore, as it flew more passengers and raised fares in the wake of the collapse of Jet Airways.
Ethiopian PM Abiy Ahmed receives Nobel Peace Prize in Oslo, says 'hell' of war fueled desire for peace with Eritrea
The winner of this year's Nobel Peace Prize says his horrifying experiences as a young Ethiopian soldier fueled his determination to seek an end to the long conflict with a neighbouring country