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Ethiopia News

The Voyages Issue: Remarkable Journeys With Six Photographers Click Here to Open in a New Window
Photo essays from around the world by Andrea Frazzetta, Joachim Ladefoged, David Maurice Smith, Kirsten Luce, Sebastián Liste and Raymond Meeks.
Ethiopian Marathoner Planned His Defiant Gesture Click Here to Open in a New Window
Feyisa Lilesa, who won a silver medal at the Rio Olympics, said his action was a show of solidarity with his people against a repressive government.
Once a Bucknell Professor, Now the Commander of an Ethiopian Rebel Army Click Here to Open in a New Window
Why Berhanu Nega traded a tenured position for the chance to lead a revolutionary force against an oppressive regime.
A 3.2-Million-Year-Old Mystery: Did Lucy Fall From a Tree? Click Here to Open in a New Window
A team of scientists recently concluded that Lucy, a hominid whose skeleton was discovered in 1974, died from a long fall — but their study has divided experts.
Olympic Marathoner’s Symbol of Protest Click Here to Open in a New Window
Feyisa Lilesa, a runner from Ethiopia, caught the world’s attention Sunday when, at the finish line of the Olympic marathon, he raised his arms in solidarity with the Oromo people in his country. Jeffrey Gettleman, East African bureau chief, weighs in on the symbol of defiance and why Mr. Lilesa fears he can't return home.
Ethiopian Runner Won’t Return Home, but Doesn’t Know Where to Go Click Here to Open in a New Window
Feyisa Lilesa, the silver medal winner in the Rio Olympics marathon who made an antigovernment gesture, said he feared punishment if he were to go home.
Ethiopian Marathoner’s Protest Puts Him at Odds With His Government Click Here to Open in a New Window
Feyisa Lilesa, the Olympic silver medal winner, said his gesture at the finish line in Rio de Janeiro could get him killed if he returned home.
Is Teff the New Super Grain? Click Here to Open in a New Window
Teff, an ancient grain that has long been a dietary staple for Ethiopia’s legendary distance runners because of its high iron content, is gaining popularity in the United States.
Violent Protests in Ethiopia Click Here to Open in a New Window
Demonstrators demanding political change in Ethiopia have been met with violent resistance by the government. Witnesses say that scores of protesters have been fatally shot during clashes with police.
‘A Generation Is Protesting’ in Ethiopia, Long a U.S. Ally Click Here to Open in a New Window
Protesters in a repressive nation focus on issues like land use and the governing party’s stranglehold on power.





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