April 19

  • Rethinking the Voices of Aswan Dam and Gerd [opinion]


    Endless echoes of Egypt's disrelish, imaginative fear, uncorroborated reports from partisan experts, and mythical prophecies of the perils of the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam... Read more »

  • My Life:, My Vision for the Oromo and Other Peoples of Ethiopia [book review]


    My Life: My Vision for the Oromo and Other Peoples of Ethiopia Read more »

  • Gibe III Hydro Power Project Delayed


    The completion of the Gibe III hydropower project scheduled to start production for September 2014 will not be realized as the dam is not ready to harvest water in the coming rainy... Read more »

  • Slaughter of Animals - A Culture in Decline? [analysis]


    It was a busy week for Emebet Argaw, a civil servant and mother of two. Starting from Tuesday, she had been busy running around from one market place to another to do her holiday... Read more »

  • Planned Anti-LGBT Demo Canceled


    The planned anti-lesbians,-gays,-bisexuals and -transsexuals demonstration that was organized by the Addis Ababa Youth Forum and a religious organization, Weyneye Abune... Read more »

  • The Comfort of Furniture [analysis]


    Endale Tekle, 36, has been excited to surprise his fiancé by having new furniture in his condominium's living room. Read more »

  • The Battle of the Strings


    An event entitled 'The Battle of the Strings' will be presented on April 24 and 27 at the African Jazz Village on the grounds of the historical Ghion Hotel. Read more »

  • Nine Gunned Down in Benishangul Region


    Early morning on Tuesday, unidentified gunmen ambushed a truck transporting twenty-eight people in western Ethiopia, Benishangul Gumuz Regional State, near the Sudanese border,... Read more »

  • Puzzle of 65 Ethiopians Arrested in Ruiru House

    The Star

    The police are investigating how 65 illegal Ethiopian immigrants sneaked into Ruiru and booked into a guesthouse without being detected at a time security organs are cracking down... Read more »

April 18

April 17

  • World's Media Chiefs Press African Leaders on Freedoms


    Editors and publishers from across the world have singled out the governments of Egypt, Ethiopia, South Africa and Swaziland for threatening free expression and media freedom. Read more »

  • President Kiir, Ethiopian PM Meet Over South Sudan Crisis

    Sudan Tribune

    The South Sudanese president, Salva Kiir, on Thursday arrived in the Ethiopian capital, Addis Ababa, where he held talks with Ethiopian Prime Minister, Hailemariam Desalegn on the... Read more »

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