A week after the crash of Ethiopian Airlines Flight 302, memorial services have been taking place to remember the 157 people who died.
Relatives have been wailing and beating their chests at the site of the Ethiopian Airlines crash as others picked through the rubble for any sign of the 157 people who died.
Passengers from more than 30 countries were onboard the doomed Ethiopian Airlines flight.
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"The group CEO who is at the accident scene right now regrets to confirm that there are no survivors," the airline posted on Twitter alongside a picture.
Every Sunday hundreds of residents get together in the capital Addis Ababa to get fit together
The EU has stepped up support as millions flee inter-ethnic violence.
With three million internally displaced people, Ethiopia is going through one of the most severe - and under-reported - humanitarian crises in the world.
One of the biggest camps is Qoloji, in that camp are mostly ethnic Somalis fleeing persecution.
Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed has appointed 50 percent of his ministerial positions to women in his latest government reform since taking office in April
Celebrating their dramatic diplomatic thaw, the leaders of Ethiopia and Eritrea have officially opened the border where a bloody war and ensuing tensions had divided them for decades, with emotional residents embracing after years of separation.
Following the historic visit to Addis Ababa by an Eritrean delegation last month, it was announced that Abiy Ahmed would soon meet Eritrean president Isaias Afwerki.
New Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed said it was an unsuccessful attempt by forces who do not want to see the country united
Recognition removes major stumbling block to better relations between East African neighbours.
Around 10,000 Ethiopians - mainly members of the Oromo ethnic group - crossed into Kenya earlier this month, according to the Kenyan Red Cross Society, after several civilians were killed in what the Ethiopian military said was a botched security operation targeting militants.
An Ethiopian maid who survived a fall from the seventh floor of a building in Kuwait's Sabah el-Salem area while her employer filmed has explained that she wasn't trying to commit suicide.
The Horn of Africa is facing its third consecutive year of drought causing thirst and hunger, decimating livestock, destroying livelihoods, spreading disease and triggering large scale population move
Emergency workers in the Ethiopian capital Addis Ababa searched through a mountain of garbage for the fifth consecutive day on Thursday as the death toll from a landslide at a rubbish landfill site ro
At least 46 people have been killed in Ethiopia after a giant landslide at a rubbish dump near Addis Ababa.
Former Olympic and World champion Haile Gebrselassie has swapped his running kit for a suit and tie after the long-distance legend was elected president of the Ethiopian Athletics Federation last week
At the World Travel Market 2016 in London, the leading event for the global travel industry, euronews spoke to Solomon Tadesse, CEO at the Ethiopian
Ethiopia has declared a six-month long state of emergency across the whole country following months of anti-government protests.
A festival has ended in bloodshed in Ethiopia.
Ethiopia will not bar runner Feyisa Lilesa from entering the country after he made an anti-government gesture upon finishing second in the Olympic marathon on Sunday, according to a government…
Nearly 100 people have been shot dead by security forces in Oromiya and Amhara in Ethiopia in a weekend of protests against discrimination and land seizures.
The government of Ethiopia and the United Nations have asked for help to feed more than 10.2 Ethiopians. A long-standing drought has led to
The worst drought to hit Ethiopia in 50 years is about to become a crisis according to the charity Save the Children . It is warning that emergency