The government declared a state of emergency on Sunday after more than a year of unrest in Oromiya and Amhara regions
Violence has put a shadow over a nation where a state-led industrial drive has created one of Africa's fastest growing economies.
The world's third worst jailer of journalists detains notable critic after days of deadly protests in Oromia and Amhara.
Ethiopian opposition claims at least 50 people died.
“This is not the capacity of the man himself. It’s something which has been orchestrated by someone else from outside,” Hailemariam was quoted saying.
Restricting access isn’t a policy and may be because of “erratic” connections, according to the government spokesman
Foreign investors including Dangote Cement had property damaged as protestor grievances birthed country's most serious political crisis in a decade.
The two countries fought a bloody conflict from 1998-2000, but tensions are never far from the surface
Fear stalks Ethiopia's Oromia region after brutal crackdown—the protest is about much more than what you see
Sparked by a plan to expand the capital, Human Rights Watch says more than 200 people have been killed, but history is also playing a major role.
Protesters allege "security forces have shot randomly into crowds, summarily killed people... carried out mass roundups, and tortured detainees"
Seven Ethiopian security forces killed, state buildings damaged, in restive Oromia region - minister
Security forces killed as many as 140 people at the “generally peaceful” Oromo protests, New York-based Human Rights Watch said
The Ethiopian and Djibouti protests; people don’t live on bread and wine alone, they need sweet lies too
Silly for Djibouti to stop a sheikh using 100 square metres of tree shade, then allow Americans a base of 360,000 square metres a stone’s throw away
Troubled times: Blood and terror in Ethiopia as protests sweep the streets, and state vows to 'act without mercy'
The sight of the protesters on the streets shouting "Stop the killings! This isn't democracy!" is rare in the country.
Like elsewhere on the continent transitioning from stability and high economic growth to a shared prosperity in an open democracy proving difficult.
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
The 'Ethiopian model' runs into a wall; economic ambitions clash with politics as Oromo protests surge
The unrest highlights the conflict between the countries authoritarian development model and its system of federalism.