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As Minister of Health of Ethiopia, Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus developed multiple programs that reduced maternal and child mortality. [Read More]
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Kenya's Kenneth Keter and Ethiopia's Worknesh Degefa stand out as favourites in Saturday's Mattoni Olomouc Half Marathon in the Czech Republic. The Kenyan has... [Read More]
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17-year-old twins from Ethiopia, who are big soccer fans, got to live out a fantasy and kick the ball around with FC Dallas players. [Read More]
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Bad news for coffee lovers.  A new study says climate change could lower the quality of coffee by reducing the amount of suitable farmland for... [Read More]
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JNS.org – Sixty new Jewish immigrants from Ethiopia arrived at Israel's Ben-Gurion International Airport this week. They were greeted by jubilant... [Read More]
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International aid agencies warn that starvation looms as food is running out in drought-hit Ethiopia. [Read More]
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Climate change could lower the quality of your coffee http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/3563102/posts What will it take for people to care about climate change? For some, the thought... [Read More]
A piece of the fossilized skeleton called Selam is examined at Dikika, the site in Ethiopia where the fossil was found. [Read More]
A new study, published Monday in nature plants finds that Ethiopia -- the world's fifth-largest coffee producer -- could lose a significant amount of suitable... [Read More]
The world's most popular coffee bean, arabica, is under threat in the country where it was first found. According to new research, rising temperatures and... [Read More]
The Somali people of Ethiopia's southeast have a name for the drought that has killed livestock, dried up wells and forced hundreds of thousands into... [Read More]
Many families are split with only some members approved for aliya. [Read More]
NPR Ethiopia gave the world Coffea arabica, the species that produces most of the coffee we drink these days. [Read More]
A new study says that Ethiopia could lose more than 50 percent of its coffee growing regions to climate change. But, higher altitude areas could... [Read More]
A new study published in the academic journal Nature Plants by researchers from the University of Nottingham, Addis Ababa University in Ethiopia, the Royal Botanical Gardens,... [Read More]
Residents of the small town of Harlaa in eastern Ethiopia have long suspected that ancient coins and pottery fragments uncovered there represented a trail to... [Read More]
A new study  found the combination of low rainfall and rising temperatures could have substantial effects on the coffee-growing areas in Ethiopia. [Read More]
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