Ethiopia has been named to be the World's Best Tourism Destination for 2015.
Performance art is an essentially contested concept: any single definition of it implies the recognition of rival uses. Like concepts regarding "democracy" or "art", it implies productive disagreement with itself.
Packed in a plastic package and its labeling clearly written, a gram of Moringa provides seven times the vitamin C of oranges, four times the potassium of bananas, four times the fiber of oats, 14 times of the calcium of milk, nine times the iron of Spinach, two times the Vitamin A of carrots, and two times the protein of yogurt.
At the Paris Summit in December 2015, 196 countries will meet to sign a new climate change agreement. But how likely is it that it will be meaningful and make a difference to climate action on the ground?
In Ethiopia, teff is a national obsession. Ground into flour and used to make injera, the spongy fermented flatbread the grain is basic to Ethiopian cuisine. In traditional terms, diners gather around a large piece of injera, which doubles as cutlery, and scoop up stews and feed one another – an action which in Amharic is known as gursha.
Ironically, in Ethiopia, where Amharic and other local languages are dominantly spoken, one can notice that the languages used on labels printed on packed food and medicinal items, are non Ethiopian ranging from English to Arabic and German.