Archive for September, 2010
Patrick Makau of Kenya underlined his ascendancy over compatriot Geoffrey Mutai, when he won a rainswept 37th edition of the real_Berlin Marathon, an IAAF Gold Label Road Race, on Sunday, in 2:05:08, two seconds ahead of Mutai, with 20-year-old Ethiopian Bazu Worku third, in 2:05:25.
An Ethiopian Christian is recovering from injuries he received in an attack that was inflicted because his faith.
Addis Ababa – The Addis Ababa City Cup will kick off this Saturday with EEPCo taking on Harar Brewery and Ethiopian Coffee facing Ethiopian Banks.
Ethiopian Airport Enterprise (EAE) is set to start providing free wireless internet service at Bole International Airport within a month, according to News Business Ethiopia.Com.Passengers will now have access to free internet services in both the old and new terminals, according to the announcement the enterprise made on September 21, ...
A red Arrows fly-past and fun runners in wacky outfits made yesterday's Great North Run truly spectacular - but the day belonged to Haile Gebrselassie.
Throughout the week, the World Leaders Forum will bring heads of state from around the world to address Columbia.
According to a new study, one-third of immigrant students report being humiliated or insulted at least once due to their ethnic background. By Or Kashti About one-third of immigrant youths report having at least one sign of serious trouble at school. The signs - missing school three days a month or ...
By KYLE GAUSS firstname.lastname@example.org While more experienced half-marathon runners like Ryan Hall and Shalane Flanagan received most of the hype going into yesterday's ING Rock 'n' Roll Philadelphia Half-Marathon, two novices to the event emerged victorious.
Ethiopia's economy is one of the fastest growing in Africa - it is expected to expand by around 11% this year. Yet food security is still a major concern. The BBC has been examining one way the country is trying to strengthen the all-important agricultural sector. Africa Business Report's Tsigue Shiferaw went ...
From: Radio Netherlands Worldwide: With public purchasing power on the rise, Ethiopia’s small-but-emerging middle class yearns to cruise around Addis Ababa in style. But it has to be affordable. Holland Car, a Dutch-funded company, invests in assembled models. A simple, but quite unique solution on the African continent.