Goal.comGhana open camp for Mexico, USA friendliesGoal.comGhana have begun preparations for their upcoming double header of friendlies, with 21 players reporting on the first day at the Accra Sports Stadium on Monday. The team is back together following a one-week break after their 5-0 thrashing of Ethiopia ...VIDEO: Ghana FA thanks Asantehene and applaud Kumasi fans for massive support in Black S
Daily MaverickISS Today: As doors close to refugees, Ethiopia's stay openDaily MaverickIn May this year, the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) reported that Ethiopia hosted 838,722 refugees from neighbouring Eritrea, Somalia, Sudan and South Sudan. Almost half – 45% – originate from South Sudan due to ongoing ...and more »
The VergeEthiopia's coffee is the latest victim of climate changeThe VergeBy the end of this century, increasing temperatures could make it impossible to grow coffee in about half of the country's coffee-growing areas, according to a study published today in Nature Plants. That's because Arabica coffee trees (which are grown ...Ethiopia's Coffee Farmers Are 'On The Front Lines
SmithsonianRemains of Thriving Trade City Found in EthiopiaSmithsonianLocal residents of Harlaa in Eastern Ethiopia believe that their land was once occupied by giants. The area is dotted with centuries-old walls and structures, built with stones so large that it seems impossible ordinary men could lift them. During a ...
The GuardianRustlers, bandits and gun runners: the gangs vying for cattle in KenyaThe Guardian“Somalia is perceived to be the main source of most arms in Kenya, but firearms are thought to come from Ethiopia [and] Uganda.” Weapons are also believed to be sourced from recently independent South Sudan. Last year, the SAS estimated that more than ...
Beauty and Color: Scenes From Ethiopia - The AtlanticThe AtlanticEthiopia is home to more than 100 million people—the second most-populous nation in Africa. It is also composed of wildly varying landscapes, and an ...and more »
Ethiopia registers over 54000 refugees in first 5 months of 2017Business StandardEthiopia has registered an additional 54,107 refugees from January to May 2017, with most being Eritreans, South Sudanese and Sudanese, the media reporte. The figure was given by Ethiopia's Administration for Refugees and Returnees Affairs (ARRA) on ...and more »
Telegraph.co.ukArchaeologists unearth forgotten ancient city in EthiopiaTelegraph.co.ukBritish archaeologists in Ethiopia have uncovered a forgotten city dating as far back as 10th century AD that was once believed to be the home of giants. The dig, in Harlaa, unearthed a 12th century mosque, a jeweler's workshop and evidence of Islamic ...Lost Ancient Muslim City Discovered in Ethiopia C
Daily NationUse of propaganda to win elections will get Kenya nowhereDaily NationOvergeneralisation is the other strategy. Comparing Kenya with other countries, whose experiences are as different as day is from night. Comparing Kenya's SGR with the Ethiopian and Tanzanian railway projects is very dishonest. Their terrain is different.
The AtlanticBeauty and Color: Scenes From Ethiopia - The AtlanticThe AtlanticEthiopia is home to more than 100 million people—the second most-populous nation in Africa. It is also composed of wildly varying landscapes, and an ...and more »