, Land dispute
, PM Abiy Ahmed
, Internal Displacement
, South Omo
, Law & Justice
Caption: Karo Children playing above the Omo River, Karo, South Omo Zone, SNNPR. ©UNICEF Ethiopia/2005/Getachew
Why South Omo Zone is still not in 2018
Asress Adimi Gikay (PhD), For Addis Standard
Addis Abeba, Aug. 23/2018 - When journalists, activists and political analysts spoke in the past that the
Can an Ethiopian farmer benefit from the global export of this gluten-free supergrain without jeopardizing domestic consumption?
Bart Minten and Alemayehu Seyoum Taffesse
Addis Abeba, August 23/2018 - Not too long ago, teff, a gluten-free, nutrient-rich, 3,000-year-old grain native to Ethiopia, made international headlines when the
Addis Standard's Ephream Sileshi sat down with Jawar Mohammed, Executive Director of Oromo Media Network (OMN)
Addis Standard: What does it feel like to be back home after all those years in exile?
Jawar Mohammed: Victorious. It was a sign that we did it. We were