When Chinese conformity came up against khat and a colourful cast of Horn of Africa passengers, flexibility was key
Can new Chinese-built railway revitalise strategic train stop in the exotic Horn of Africa?
It’s a weird place, really, says one foreign diplomat of the tiny, strategically located republic on the Horn of Africa that’s made itself a global player with help of Chinese investment without losing its soul
From the cave paintings at Laas Geel to striking colonial architecture, the people of this self-declared East African nation have good reason to be proud. It is well worth a visit, even if tourism infrastructure is lacking
British fighter for women's rights took up cause of East African nation with a passion she passed on to her son Richard, who has devoted his life to promoting Ethiopia and documenting its history, writes James Jeffrey.