African Union member states foot the bill for only 10% of the organisation's programmes
African Union's 'hot air' as it backpedals on Burundi; Nkurunziza pulls off a deadly diplomatic victory
"...we [AU] meet often, we talk too much, we always write a lot, but we don't do enough, and sometimes nothing all" - Chad president Idriss Deby
As latest Radisson Blu opens in Kenya, owner Rezidor plans to build 35 hotels across Africa in four years
The company is also putting up two additional properties in the country, alongside others in Rwanda, Ethiopia, Uganda and South Sudan
World Bank report says country has achieved its turbo-paced growth its own way—in what is both a compliment and not one. But it could all go wrong
UPDATED: Ethiopia mosque grenade attack leaves at least 17 injured; deadly protests over Addis Ababa's expansion
Opposition claim 10 students killed. Social media and the limited local reports show images of bloodied protesters in towns.
It is at least the sixth time Ethiopia has crossed into Kenyan territory, and could strain erstwhile strong bilateral ties
Food insecurity conjures up horror famine images of the past. Ethiopia would rather be known for near-double-digit growth and big infrastructure.
It is expected to carry 15,000 people per hour in one direction, meaning it could reach four times that in all directions, with a top speed of 70km/hr
No doubt who's still boss as rich nations rally to water down African push for multinationals to stop dodging tax
Ethiopia summit fails to strike deal on the one issue that showed just how deep the North-South divide remains
Thanks to the progress of the last 15 years, the geography of poverty has changed.
It could take 300 years for all in sub-Saharan Africa to access a clean toilet: Nigeria trends down the hole
Almost 700 million in Africa don’t have a basic toilet and at least 200 million ease themselves outdoors. In India its 560 million!
'Addis contemporary' exhibition in Nairobi reveals Ethiopia's art evolution and the city's struggles (PHOTOS).
The development of the modern art movement in the country has its roots in church paintings - and emperor Haile Selassie.
Growing tourism industry adding tailwind to Horn of African country's burgeoning economy.
In the last election in 2010, the opposition took 8% of the popular vote and won just one seat out of 547.
Ethiopia growth has surpassed every other sub-Saharan country over the past decade, and is forecast to exceed 8% over the next two years.
Defector to China turns development lending on its head – with a little Ethiopian and Rwandan inspiration
Meles travelled to China and today Dongguan-based Huajian Shoes has built a factory near Addis Ababa that employs about 3,500 workers.
As Africa's presidents meet in Addis, new DR Congo military offensive highlights AU's multiple headaches
Terrorism and Ebola also up for talks are region seeks familiar solutions.
In recent years, the hotel's Jazzamba Lounge had built an international reputation as part of the revival of Ethiopian jazz scene.