Exclusive: In an open letter, rights groups say Mr Johnson’s stubborn failure to act is keeping British father-of-three Andy Tsege on death row in Ethiopia
The flow of opposition reports about unrest has already started to dwindle
Exclusive: Andy Tsege’s family say former PM's close ties to Ethiopian government mean he is ‘uniquely placed’ to succeed where the current UK government has failed
German chancellor calls on AU to start by ‘bringing its influence to bear’ on Libya crisis
Spot wildlife right outside your door at this rustic new addition to a spectacular location
1500m runner echoes protest of fellow countryman Feyisa Lilesa, who has now fled to the US
Exclusive: Father faces death sentence on terror charges 'that would not stand up in UK court'
Exclusive: Rights groups raise concerns over fate of political prisoners held in facility at the time
'I wanted to do something different for my country, that’s why I chose swimming. It didn't matter where I finished'
Chicken, which eat mosquitoes, have several compounds in their feathers that mosquitoes find off-putting
The medieval Unesco World Heritage Site, where khat and coffee are king, contrasts sharply with this largely Orthodox Christian nation
The Foreign Office admits the treatment of Andargachew Tsege is 'unacceptable' but has not demanded his release
Exclusive: FCO and MoD give £1m to Ethiopian security forces holding activist
The country's food supplies could run out by next month
The agricultural sector now accounts for nearly half its GDP, and the country is boosting coffee production with the help of Fairtrade
Siobhan Norton talks to smallholder coffee-growers in the south, where getting a fair price for the crop is slowly transforming lives