The Battle of Ras Mekonnen

By Mulugeta Haile Ras Mekonnen was one of the greatest Ethiopians who died before he lived up to his potential-becoming Emperor of Ethiopia. His Amhara,...

Amendments to the 1995 Constitution of The Federal Democratic Republic of...

----------------------------------------------- By The Golden Rule Constitution A Proposal For A New Ethiopian Constitution ----------------------------------------------- Amendment 1 The House of Peoples Representatives with a Three Fourths majority Vote may...

Ethiopian 18th Century crown returns home from Netherlands

An 18th Century Ethiopian crown has been returned home after being hidden in a Dutch flat for more than 20 years. Ethiopian Sirak Asfaw, who...

Commemorating Yekatit 12: Remembrance of the Second Italo- Ethiopian War in 1935

By: Berhane Tadese February 17, 2020 Ethiopians use the month of February to commemorate the victims of Yekatit 12, 1937 (Ethiopian Calendar) and to honor the...

The emperor who rooted out magic in medieval Ethiopia

Jacopo Gnisci Apollo magazine Our understanding of the history of the emperors who ruled over late medieval Ethiopia is still quite fragmentary but, as far as...

Russia, Ethiopia and Ukraine have largest national Orthodox populations

By Pew Research Center Orthodox Christianity’s geographic center remains in Central and Eastern Europe While the worldwide population of all non-Orthodox Christians has virtually quadrupled since...

Ethiopian Civilization

Ethiopian Civilization https://youtu.be/RqWFdUp2OA4  

Archeologists unearth lost town in Ethiopia

It's part of an ancient East African empire Plan of the area B basilica created from a 3D model of the 2015 and 2016 excavations....

Biography of Abiy Ahmed PRIME MINISTER OF ETHIOPIA

WRITTEN BY: Amy McKenna LAST UPDATED: Oct 28, 2019 Alternative Title: Abiy Ahmed Ali Abiy Ahmed, in full Abiy Ahmed Ali, (born August 15, 1976, Beshasha, Ethiopia), Ethiopian politician who became prime...

60 Minutes visits Lalibela, a holy site where 200,000 Ethiopian Orthodox...

60 Minutes visits Lalibela, a holy site where 200,000 Ethiopian Orthodox Christians make pilgrimage https://www.facebook.com/Shemsubireda/videos/10219136976392081/

The 900-year-old village on top of a mountain

Shonke village is a 900-year-old settlement on the top of a mountain in Ethiopia's Amhara region. Residents say they prefer their traditional stone-built homes to...

Red Sea Diving Resort: The holiday village run by spies

By Raffi BergBBC News, Tel Aviv 5 August 2019 Arous was an idyllic holiday resort in the Sudanese desert, on the shores of the Red Sea....

THE LAST DAY OF EMPEROR TEWODROS II’s LIFE AND THE LOOT...

An Eye Witness Account by an American Author/Journalist.  By Kidane Alemayehu and Konjit Meshesha “They (two British soldiers) observed a man standing near a haystack...

The Battle of Adwa: When Ethiopia crushed Italy!

March 2014 marked 118 years of the historic victory of Ethiopian forces over an aspiring imperial power, Italy, soon after the shameful Berlin Conference of...

“O Menelik”: a Brazilian Newspaper named after Emperor Menelik II

The victory of the Battle of Adwa over the Italian invaders by Ethiopians under the leadership of Emeye Menelik is not only an Ethiopian...

Happy 123 Adwa Great African Victory Day: Time to Erect...

NES Commentary 45   Inspiration “In The History of Mankind, there has never been any other black man like Menelik, who had triggered a lasting fear and...

Yekatit 12 : Remembrance Day  of Fascist Aggression of Ethiopia (1937 to...

By - Berhane Tadese – Engineer February 18, 2019 At 1:30 PM, On Sunday, February 17, 2019 Ethiopian community in metropolitan NYC area - gathered to...

No Alien Hands on Lalibella! Stop Destroying Our Culture and Pride!

By Belayneh Abate When I was around seven, I found twenty five and ten cents coins outside our compound while I was playing. As soon...

How Ethiopia’s medieval ruins inform its modern-day ethnic strife

By Paul Schemm November 3 at 7:00 AM MENEGASHA, Ethiopia — On a wooded hill near Ethiopia’s capital of Addis Ababa, bits of red clay litter the...

Addis Ababa/Entoto is actually Barara

Habtamu Tegegne Assistant Professor of History at Rutgers University On 30 September 2018, Addis Fortune published a letter written by Professor Samuel Walker titled “Entoto is...

King (ca. 510-540) His life

+ Elesbaan (who is also known by the name “Caleb”) was the son Tazena and became the king of Axum (a kingdom that covered...

Why the debate continues over repatriating looted Ethiopian treasures

GlobalPost By James Jeffrey May 24, 2018 The yellow card saying “New Acquisition” beside a 19th-century necklace in a glass case within the Institute of Ethiopian Studies in...

Two Slave Brothers Birthed Africa’s Oldest State Church

The history of the Axum Empire and Ethiopian Orthodox Tewahedo Church. SEMERE T. HABTEMARIAM The two Christian missionaries that showed up in the ancient northeastern African...

Why are looted Ethiopian treasures still in Britain? | ...

Why are looted Ethiopian treasures still in Britain? | Al Jazeera Stream https://youtu.be/b2B4iYuHzuA
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