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Manchester Airport Secures Flights to Addis Ababa with Ethiopian Airlines Improving Connectivity for 400,000 People

Flights start 1st December and will operate 4 times per week 787 aircraft in operation with 2 class configuration 400,000 people set to benefit from the route Multi SKYTRAX award winning


Reunited: graduate from Ethiopia relishes her mom’s presence at commencement

Roza Muluken Azen and her mother Muchit Reta (photo: Brandeis University) Roza Azene ‘18 graduated magna cum laude with honors after adjusting to life at Brandeis Roza Muluken Azene ’18

LifeStyle Sport

First Ethiopian comic book hits the shelves

Jember Comic Book has made a splash in the comics and visual storytelling industry of Addis. Many are happy there is finally an Ethiopian superhero they can point to. Available

Entertainment Sport

Fine-tuning traditional instruments

A traditional Ethiopian music band (Photo credit: The Reporter) Traditional music and musical instruments no longer hold an esteemed place in urban lifestyle of Ethiopia; in fact, many have lost

Sport Technology

Developing Coders in Ethiopia

Jelani Nelson, who created Addis Coder, is an Ethiopian – American assistant professor in Computer Science at Harvard University. Jelani Nelson is an Ethiopian – American (assistant) professor at Harvard


Ethiopian Holidays Launches New Website

Press Release – Ethiopian Holidays, the tour operator wing of Ethiopian Airlines, is pleased toannounce the launching of its newly revamped website. The new website avails accessible, affordable and attractive

Business Sport

Ethiopian Airlines and University of Mississippi Sign MOU

Press Release –  MOU signing by Ethiopian Group CEO and Provost & Executive Vice Chancellor of The University of Mississippi Ethiopian Airlines, the largest Aviation Group in Africa and SKYTRAX


An open letter and a formal complaint to Ethiopian Football Federation

Press Release:  Wolwalo Adigrat University sports club worldwide supporters  We are writing this open letter regarding the unfortunate incident that happened on April 30th in Addis Ababa stadium where the head


Referees cry foul

In an unprecedented turn of events that shook the Ethiopian footballing realm, it has been revealed to The Reporter that 11 referees have been assaulted by players and fans to date including


Is Football Becoming Ethiopia’s Mark of Shame?

By Tsehai Alemayehu  Most readers have read about or have viewed the video of a disgraceful event which took place at what should have been a happy gathering of thousands of Ethiopians