The government blamed the attack on a brigadier general who had been imprisoned for his political views by the previous government and was recently granted amnesty.
The top U.S. diplomat for Africa called for a probe into an assault that killed scores of demonstrators.
The two navies accused each other of engaging in dangerous conduct.
The 10-day battle inspired a movie and congressional hearings, symbolizing for some the incredible bravery of the American infantry and for others the futility and waste of the war.
Ethiopians debate upcoming elections, fears over ethnic unrest and the reformist prime minister's administration.
Critics of the country’s media say a newly polarized press is making things worse.
A Boeing-led review of a stall-prevention system suspected in the deadly crashes of two of the company’s new 737 Max jetliners has detected an additional software problem that the FAA has ordered fixed before the planes are cleared to fly again.
Indonesian and Ethiopian officials pushed back against other media accounts about the two plane crashes, calling them inaccurate.
Mudslides and massive flooding have slowed response Cyclone Idai’s devastation.
The Addis Foto Fest features 152 photographers from 61 countries, but its central goal is to develop African photography.