Supporting victims, emboldening the ENDF to achieve victory

This week, a delegation from Addis Ababa City Administration led by Deputy Mayor Adanech Abebie has paid visit to Afar and Amhara states in a bid to show belongingness and provide support... Read more »

Largest single restitution of looted artifacts set to back home

Ethiopia has restituted its national treasures that were looted in 1968 at the Battle of Mekdela. The heritages were handed over to the Embassy of Ethiopia in London by the Scheherazade Foundation.... Read more »

Upholding nationalistic sentiment

“Ethiopianness is the manifestation of our dignity, identity and unity made up of the fabrics of diversity. We always sing and strive for Ethiopia’s sovereignty,” Addis Ababa City Deputy Mayor Adanech Abebie... Read more »

Terrorist TPLF junta had been with us; but never been part of us

 BY LEULSEGED WORKU  Defending the nation is the duty of every citizen. However, the role of the Defense Forces in safeguarding the peace and stability of the nation is double fold. For... Read more »

Strengthening harmony fundamental to annihilate belligerents

BY YOHANES JEMANEH  On 20 August 2021, demonstrations denouncing atrocious attacks of the two terrorist groups ; TPLF and Shene on civilians and the national army were held in various towns of... Read more »

Veterans rewarming to confront terrorist TPLF alongside the ENDF

  BY YOHANES JEMANEH Veteran Ethiopians and their juniors have expressed support to the Ethiopian National Defense Forces (ENDF). They rallied last Friday in support of the ENDF and to denounce the terrorist... Read more »

Patriotism is the basis of Ethiopians’ Unity

BY MENGESHA AMARE It is to be quite mean and dumb, this time around, not to say ‘This is Ethiopia! These are Ethiopians!” Everyone is heard of ‘they are proud of being... Read more »

Surprising facts about the Ethiopian Culture

COMPILED BY LEULSEGED WORKU Never Colonized There are 54 countries in Africa, and only Ethiopia and one other African country were never colonized. The story goes that Ethiopian tribes were at war... Read more »

Summer and Reading

BY YOHANES JEMANEH  Emebet Azmeraw is among Ethiopians who enjoy reading books. She is also a volunteer who provide book to those who have interest to read but not able to afford... Read more »

Tis-Isat Falls – Water that smokes

 COMPILED BY STAFF REPORTER  Known locally as Tis-Isat Falls – ‘Smoke of Fire’ – is a waterfall on the Blue Nile River in Ethiopia. The Blue Nile Falls is the most dramatic... Read more »