Hiding in the mountains of Ethiopia, teenage rebel fighter Mulugeta Kassahun, armed with an AK-47, waited to attack. He and his Marxist comrades would trek at night to a town and blend with locals to avoid suspicion.
In a tiny, tidy Main Street apartment in Dubuque, the joy is palpable. Argaw Oremo is living the American dream, and now, he can share it with his wife. Oremo and Workensh Egoye grin and giggle like newlyweds, which, in a way, they are.
A schoolboy from one of the poorest areas in Britain is set to follow in the footsteps of David Cameron and Boris Johnson after winning a scholarship to Eton worth £76,000
Over the last fifteen-plus years, producer Francis Falceto’s Éthiopiques CD series has uncovered the rich history of Ethiopian jazz and pop music of the 1960s and ‘70s, making record-collector stars of artists like jazz musicians Alemayehu Eshete and Mulatu Astatke.