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Ethiopian dynastic history traditionally began with the reign of Emperor Menelik I in 1000 BC.

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Fossilized remains of the earliest ancestors to the human species, discovered in Ethiopia, have been assigned dates as long ago as 5.9 million years.In a few languages, Ethiopia is still called by names cognate with "Abyssinia," e.g., and modern Arabic Al Habeshah, meaning land of the Habesha people.The term Habesha, strictly speaking, refers only to the Amhara and Tigray-Tigrinya people who have historically dominated the country politically, and which combined comprise about 36% of Ethiopia's population.The earliest attested use in the region is as a Christianized name for the Kingdom of Aksum in the 4th century, in stone inscriptions of King Ezana.The Ge'ez name Aithiops ‘an Ethiopian’, derived in turn from Greek words meaning "of burned face".Ethiopia is bordered by Eritrea to the north, Sudan to the west, Kenya to the south, Somalia to the east and Djibouti to the north-east.

Ethiopia is one of the oldest countries in the world and Africa's second-most populous nation.

ESAT News (January 19, 2016) “Ethiopia’s relations with the US may be taking a turn for the worse, despite the two countries’ strategic counter-terror relationship,” Global Risk Insights (GRI), an online publication which provides expert political risk analysis for businesses and investors said in its publication today.

In its article titled “Rising instability in Ethiopia could impact markets,” RGI said “Ethiopia’s relations with the US may be taking a turn for the worse, despite the two countries’ strategic counter-terror relationship.

Since 1974, it has been secular and has also had a considerable Muslim community since the earliest days of Islam.

Historically a relatively isolated mountain country, Ethiopia by the mid 20th century became a crossroads of global international cooperation.

It was brutally occupied by Mussolini's Italy from 1936 to 1941, ending with its liberation by British Empire and Ethiopian Patriot forces.