The Habesha Ethiopian restaurant offers this delicacy for a fairly affordable price. The customer service is exemplary with the attendants making you feel at home. The meal takes quite some to be prepared but is definitely worth the wait. Since it’s a cultural restaurant, Habesha Ethiopian Restaurant normally attracts Ethiopians living in Rwanda with also a few locals visiting the place.

In a state visit to Uganda, Ethiopia, Kenya, and Rwanda, Prime Minister Netanyahu hopes to strengthen the Israeli presence in East Africa; The trip will begin in Uganda for an official ceremony marking 40 years since Operation Entebbe.

They Have No Home, But These Refugees Are Teaming Up For The Olympics

The world's first team of refugee athletes are competing at the summer Olympics. 

South Korean President Park Geun-hye said that through cultural exchanges Ethiopia and Korea could deepen their age-long friendships, and cooperation. The two nations have exhibited their cultures yesterday at Nelson Mandela Hall, Addis Ababa University.

My experiences in Ethiopia have been, in a word, wonderful. I quickly discovered I share a common thread with the majority of the people here:  that of our national pride and a love for the beautiful game of soccer (futbol). I have oft said the game of futbol shrinks the world; it is a common language spoken in just about every corner. This has been no different in Ethiopia.

Held at the African Union headquarters on 19 and 20 May, this is the latest in a series of such seminars as FIFA works to implement a global licensing system, [...] “Through these seminars, we are seeking to extend our club licensing initiatives by sharing best practices with the goal of improving the standards of professional football and developing the game on the African continent. These efforts are at the heart of FIFA’s mission.”

“We started this program aiming to nurture the workforce essential for Ethiopia’s industrial development, placing priority on the descendants of those who sacrificed themselves for us,” said Choi Song-shik, chief of the Korean TVET program and a retired engineering expert from the Seoul chamber.

A week-long visit by Sudanese Public Diplomacy Team to Ethiopia would cement the cultural, historical, people-to-people, political as well as economic relations between the two countries, House of People's Representatives Speaker and Ethiopian Public Diplomacy Team Head Abadula Gemeda said.