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Feature stories

Amsale Aberra


Saturday, 12 October 2013 21:49

Amsale Aberra

Bridal designer Amsale Aberra

Amsale Aberra is a renowned Ethiopian fashion designer and entrepreneur who specializes in bridal gowns with her flagship boutique located on Madison avenue in New York City.


Betesegaw Tadele: Ethiopian inspiration from America


By Befekir Kebede
Tuesday, 09 July 2013 22:19

Betesegaw Tadele

Betesegaw Tadele is a young Ethiopian who currently lives in the United States.  He first arrived in Atlanta, Georgia, in 2009 to embark on a computer science degree with a minor in mathematics at Morehouse College – an all-male, historically black college.



Ethiopian recipe: Kitfo



Kitfo is one of the most commonly enjoyed Ethiopian dishes.  Mince of freshly cut lean topside or round steak is its main ingredient.  What makes the Kitfo dish perfectly Ethiopian is also getting the right herbs and spices and in the right quantities. Strictly speaking, the lean mean has to be minced by hand and not in a food processor as manually prepared dishes are generally the best tasting.  So take the time to mince the meat manually, and as fine as possible.


Change — from Washington to Addis Ababa?


By Kirubel Tadesse
Wednesday, 24 October 2012 10:01

President Barack Obama and the late Meles Zenawi

Whenever the United Sates gets ready to elect its commander in chief, the world closely watches. Ethiopia is no exception.


Over the years Ethiopia has remained one of Washington’s close ally on the so-called “war on terror”.  It keeps its borders and air space wide open to American drones which monitor the region. Whenever deemed necessary, Addis Ababa doesn’t blink to send troops to battle al-Qaeda-linked militants in Somalia, largely on behalf of the US.


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