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From chefs to musicians, talented 're-pats' come back to build a modern Ethiopia - The Guardian

A family enjoying an injera meal at a restaurant in Addis Ababa. Photograph: Boaz Rottem/Alamy. His dream is to show the world the glories of Ethiopian cuisine, to preserve its rich traditions and to make even his poorest fellow citizens eat better ...and more »

Ethiopian Airlines Starts Services to Conakry, Guinea - EthioSports

Africa's largest airline group, Ethiopian Airlines has marked the commencement of its new services to Conakry, the capital of The Republic of Guinea, at a reception ceremony held on February 2, at Addis Ababa Bole Airport. The event has been graced by ...and more »

Ethiopian Airlines expands India service - Business Standard

Ethiopian Airlines is adding cargo and passenger service to Ahmedabad and Chennai and increasing its capacity to Delhi as a part of its expansion in India. Ethiopian Airlines is the largest carrier in Africa and currently flies twice daily to Mumbai ...and more »

Ethiopian Airlines connects to Conakry -

Ethiopian Airlines celebrated its new route to Conakry with a cake cutting ceremony in Addis Ababa on 2 February. Flown via the carrier's existing Abidjan service, Ethiopian will connect to Conakry with four weekly flights. Ethiopian Airlines commenced ...and more »

Healthy Ethiopian Communal Cuisine - TravelersToday

There are a number of reasons for one to visit Ethiopia but should one wish to acquire a more off-beat experience, the Ethiopian cuisine proves to be a powerful tourist draw. Although Addis Ababa has been a renowned tourist destination in the world ...and more »

Hundreds of Deportees from US Stranded in Addis Ababa? - Face 2 Face (press release) (blog)

Hundreds of deportees from the United States are reportedly stuck at Bole International Airport in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, after they were deported from various U.S. airports, following the recent travel ban issued by U.S. President Donald Trump. It is ...and more »

Nine Yemenis deported from US to Ethiopia under Trump travel ban - Reuters

ADDIS ABABA (Reuters) - Nine Yemenis deported from the United States in the wake of U.S. President Donald Trump's travel ban were flown to Ethiopia, then taken to neighboring Djibouti, an Ethiopian government official said on Friday. The Yemenis ...and more »