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Ethiopia Arrests Hundreds of ‘Ringleaders and Bandits’ in Effort to Quell Protests

The authorities declared a state of emergency amid a wave of demonstrations by people who say the government unlawfully seized their land.

Fixes: Up in the Sky, Help to Keep Africans From Starving

Satellite images help insurers predict when drought is likely to kill cattle, so they can aid herders whose own lives depend on their livestock.

Fixes: Up in the Sky, Help to Keep Africans From Starving

Satellite images help insurers predict when drought is likely to kill cattle, so they can aid herders whose own lives depend on their livestock.
Miruts Yifter, Ethiopian Runner and Olympic Gold Medalist, Dies at 72

Miruts Yifter, Ethiopian Runner and Olympic Gold Medalist, Dies at 72

Miruts Yifter of Ethiopia winning a gold medal in the 10,000-meter race at the 1980 Summer Olympics in Moscow.
Gazing Into Danakil Depression’s Mirror, and Seeing Mars Stare Back

Gazing Into Danakil Depression’s Mirror, and Seeing Mars Stare Back

In pools of water in the Danakil Depression, the combination of heat, high acidity and sulfur concentrations causes bright yellow chimneys to form.
Gazing Into Danakil Depression’s Mirror, and Seeing Mars Stare Back

Gazing Into Danakil Depression’s Mirror, and Seeing Mars Stare Back

In pools of water in the Danakil Depression, the combination of heat, high acidity and sulfur concentrations causes bright yellow chimneys to form.

Joyous Africans Take to the Rails, With China’s Help

A new railway line from Djibouti to Ethiopia has showcased China’s effort to extend its influence, with aid and expertise, throughout Africa.

Joyous Africans Take to the Rails, With China’s Help

A new railway line from Djibouti to Ethiopia has showcased China’s effort to extend its influence, with aid and expertise, throughout Africa.
Feyisa Lilesa, Marathoner in Exile, Finds Refuge in Arizona

Feyisa Lilesa, Marathoner in Exile, Finds Refuge in Arizona

Feyisa Lilesa, who has not been back to Ethiopia since his protest at the marathon finish in the Rio Olympics last August, on a training run in Sedona, Ariz., not far from his new home in Flagstaff.
The IAAF Seeks To Restrict The Market For African Runners

The IAAF Seeks To Restrict The Market For African Runners

Kenya-born Yasemin Can and Meryem Akda, competing for Turkey, won gold and silver respectively at the 2016 European Cross Country Championships in November. The Irish Independent wrote that Ireland’s
Feyisa Lilesa, Marathoner in Exile, Finds Refuge in Arizona

Feyisa Lilesa, Marathoner in Exile, Finds Refuge in Arizona

Feyisa Lilesa, who has not been back to Ethiopia since his protest at the marathon finish in the Rio Olympics last August, on a training run in Sedona, Ariz., not far from his new home in Flagstaff.
Landslide at Ethiopia Garbage Dump Kills at Least 35

Landslide at Ethiopia Garbage Dump Kills at Least 35

Police officers secured the perimeter around a garbage dump landslide on the outskirts of the Ethiopian capital, Addis Ababa, on Sunday as excavators helped the rescue efforts.
Massive Garbage Dump Landslide in Ethiopia Kills At Least 46 People

Massive Garbage Dump Landslide in Ethiopia Kills At Least 46 People

Many people at the landfill had been scavenging items to make a living, but others live there
Death toll surpasses 60 in Ethiopia landfill collapse

Death toll surpasses 60 in Ethiopia landfill collapse

The death toll from the collapse of a landfill on the outskirts of Addis Ababa has risen to 62, state media said Monday, and dozens of people are still missing.
Ethiopian Father Imprisoned in US for Female Genital Mutilation Is Deported

Ethiopian Father Imprisoned in US for Female Genital Mutilation Is Deported

The Ethiopian man who in 2006 became the first person in the United States to be convicted in a female genital mutilation case was deported back to his home country on Monday after serving 10 years in
As Trash Avalanche Toll Rises in Ethiopia, Survivors Ask Why

As Trash Avalanche Toll Rises in Ethiopia, Survivors Ask Why

A funeral service last week for victims of a garbage landslide in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. At least 113 people were killed in the March 11 collapse, according to the government.
Global Health: Candidate to Lead the W.H.O. Accused of Covering Up Epidemics

Global Health: Candidate to Lead the W.H.O. Accused of Covering Up Epidemics

Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus in 2016. He has been accused of covering up cholera outbreaks by an associate of a rival for World Health Organization director general.
Global Health: Candidate to Lead the W.H.O. Accused of Covering Up Epidemics

Global Health: Candidate to Lead the W.H.O. Accused of Covering Up Epidemics

Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus in 2016. He has been accused of covering up cholera outbreaks by an associate of a rival for World Health Organization director general.