An analysis on what the rising ethnic nationalism among the historically powerful Amhara means for the country's future.
by Kalkidan Yibeltal
by Awol K Allo
Ethiopia17 Oct 2016 22:35 GMT
New restrictions are part of a six-month state of emergency declared by the government eight days ago.
Ethiopia11 Oct 2016 21:04 GMT
PM Hailemariam's comments come as Germany's Merkel visits troubled country and urges an opening of political space.
Inside Story11 Oct 2016 20:45 GMT
A state of emergency has been imposed and the government accuses foreign forces of instigating unrest.
Ethiopia10 Oct 2016 14:06 GMT
A day after announcing state of emergency, government alleges protests driven by foreign agents from Eritrea and Egypt.
Ethiopia10 Oct 2016 05:13 GMT
Government declares a state of emergency effective immediately following violence and unrest in Oromia region.
Africa05 Oct 2016 09:17 GMT
World's third worst jailer of journalists detains notable critic after days of deadly protests in Oromia and Amhara.
Ethiopia03 Oct 2016 18:15 GMT
Violence erupts again during protests after 52 people were crushed to death when police fired tear gas at a festival.
Politics03 Oct 2016 12:42 GMT
Protests continue in Oromia after 52 people killed in a stampede after police fired tear gas and warning shots.
Ethiopia03 Oct 2016 06:53 GMT
Deaths of at least 52 people blamed on police action against protesters during Oromia religious festival in Bishoftu.
Ethiopia13 Sep 2016 20:32 GMT
Feyisa Lilesa, who won silver for Ethiopia at Olympic Games in Rio, wants "superiority of one ethnic group to end".
Ethiopia06 Sep 2016 07:24 GMT
State-controlled broadcaster says 23 people killed in blaze at Adis Ababa jail housing opposition figures.
Ethiopia04 Sep 2016 14:00 GMT
Media and activists report gunfire and blaze at jail where politicians are held, as anti-government protests continue.
Ethiopia03 Sep 2016 12:17 GMT
As demonstrations continue, opposition tells Al Jazeera that jailed protesters of all backgrounds should be released.
Ethiopia02 Sep 2016 11:03 GMT
Horn of Africa nation has seen months of protests during which rights groups say security forces have killed hundreds.
Poverty & Development26 Aug 2016 12:58 GMT
Pulse seeds are going to be crucial to our global fight for food security, particularly in the face of climate change.
by Awol K Allo
by Mahmoud Solh
by James Jeffrey
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