Ethiopia exported US$ 84 million worth of textiles and apparel during the first nine months of the ongoing fiscal year 2013-14 that began on July 8, 2013, according to the Textile Industry Development Institute (TIDI).
It would be fair to assume that there are three ingredients in McDonald’s French fries: potatoes, oil, and salt. But if you assumed that you’d be far from correct. -
General Electric Aviation is positioning itself to tap into the rising demand for aircraft engines in Africa, especially with Kenya Airways and Ethiopian Airlines rolling out major expansion plans.
Scientists are warning that wheat is facing a serious threat from a fungal disease that could wipe out the world’s crop if not quickly contained.
Boston, the scene of shock bombings last year, will witness explosive moments of a different kind when the city marathon goes down on Monday.
The noise is in no language I've ever heard. Yet the sound is familiar, even if the language is not. I have heard it in Istanbul, the Gulf, parts of Jerusalem. It sounds almost exactly like an imam calling the faithful to prayer.
The fastest U.S. marathon runner ever,* missing from 26.2-mile competition for nearly two years, his future questioned, found himself at a place called Yaya Village last month.
Prosecutors in South Korea have asked a court to issue an arrest warrant for the captain of the ferry that sank on Wednesday, officials say. It was earlier revealed that a junior officer - and not the captain - was at the helm of the ferry when it capsized.
From Gedam Sefer to Ere bekentu, from Arat Kilo to Doro Maneqia Addis Ababa is a city of surprises and contrasts. The names of places simply grew in a natural and organic way. We call it Gedam Sefer and yet neither monk nor nun would dare to pass through it. An Arada from Arat Kilo may outsmart an Arada from Merkato any time of the day.