September 13

  • Ethiopia: Ethiopia Joins UN Battalion in South Sudan

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    Last year the Ministry of Foreign Affairs announced that Ethiopia was chosen by the United Nations to lead the Intergovernmental Authority on Development (IGAD) Read more »

  • Ethiopia: Arrest of Journalists, Bloggers, Exodus of Journalists

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    It was last year that three journalists and six bloggers were detained and charged with "working with foreign organizations that claim to be human rights activists and agreeing in... Read more »

  • Ethiopia: Andargachew Is Receiving Necessary Protection, President Mulatu Says

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    President Mulatu Teshome (PhD) said that no formal communication has been forwarded from the executive branch regarding Andargachew Tsige, former secretary general of Ginbot 7, an... Read more »

  • Ethiopia: Andargachew's Extradition

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    Andargachew Tsigie, the secretary general of Ginbot 7 - an organization that has been labeled a terrorist group by the Ethiopian Parliament was arrested by Yemeni security forces... Read more »

  • Ethiopia: UDJ-AEUP Merger Stalled, Political Opposition Figures Retire

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    In August, the highly anticipated merger between the All Ethiopia Unity Party (AEUP) and Unity for Democracy and Justice (UDJ) was halted due to a quorum related issue after the... Read more »

  • Ethiopia: Woes of Private Airlines

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    When Ethiopian Airlines acquired a state-of-the-art jetliner, the Boeing B787-8 Dreamliner in August of 2012, it took many by surprise. How can a poor country like Ethiopia become... Read more »

  • Ethiopia: AfDB Extends Over U.S 91 Million Loan to Finance Sanitation, Health

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    The African Development Bank (AfDB) has a proved a loan worth USD 91.10 million to finance Ethiopia's One Water, Sanitation and Hygiene National Program (OWNP). Read more »

  • Ethiopia: Free Transport Service for Public Servants to Commence

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    The Public Service Employees Transport Service Enterprise (PSETSE), which was established last year with the aim of providing free transportation services for government employees,... Read more »

  • Ethiopia: The Progressing GERD

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    United States Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs Linda Thomas-Greenfield said that the government of the United States pays close attention to the Grand Ethiopian... Read more »

  • Ethiopia: Access Real Estate Fiasco

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    Representatives of the Ethiopian government including Mekuria Haile, Minister of Urban Development and Construction, Kebede Chane, Minister of Trade and Director General of the... Read more »

  • Ethiopia: UNCTAD Urges Advanced Nations to Give More "Policy Space" for Developing States

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    The 2014 report of the United Nation's Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD) urged developed countries and international financial institutions to give developing nations... Read more »

  • Ethiopia: Alemayehu Atomsa Passed Away

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    Alemayehu Atomsa, former chairman of the Oromo People's Democratic Organization (OPDO) and president of the Oromia Regional State passed away last year at the age of 45. Read more »

  • Ethiopia: Ethiopian Goes for B737 Max Airliner

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    After a thorough evaluation on rival narrow-body aircraft for the past several months the Ethiopian Airlines has chosen the single aisle Boeing 737 Max aircraft as its future... Read more »

  • Ethiopia: Welcoming the New Year With New Spirit

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    The advent of New Year always prompts well-wishes merriment and the passing of a resolution to embark on renewal and revitalization. Read more »

  • Ethiopia: Shortage of Finance and the Public-Private Debacle

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    The debacle between members of the private sector and the government regarding access to finance and the controversial 27 percent NBE-Bill imposed on private commercial banks were... Read more »

  • Ethiopia: Going Sweet On Ethiopian Holidays

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    A famous pastry shops in Addis Ababa, Kebe, located behind Bole Medhanialem Church, is also one of the busiest joints in town. Usually, such establishments are very crowded since... Read more »

  • Ethiopia: New UK Company Acquires Oil Exploration Blocks in Ogaden

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    A new UK-based company, Delonex Energy Limited, two weeks ago acquired oil exploration blocks in the Ogaden basin, in eastern Ethiopia. Read more »

  • Ethiopia: Kerry's Visit and Honoring Gates

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    Last year Ethiopia hosted two prominent US figures with worldwide acclaim in different politics and philanthropy. Read more »

  • Ethiopia: LRT Receives Climate Financing

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    The United Nations Office of Project Services (UNOPS) furnished a loan of 150,000 dollars to the Addis Ababa Light Rail Transit project (LRT) Read more »

  • Ethiopia: The Conundrum of Hailemedhin Abera

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    When the hijacking of Ethiopian Airlines plane flight number ET-702 happened, people had to wait the whole day to find out who the first officer-turned-hijacker was. Read more »

  • Ethiopia: Year in Review - a New President for the Republic

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    The Ethiopian year 2006 just ended this Wednesday. From the slowdown in exports to the extradition of the secretary general of Ginbot 7 and the case of the co-pilot who hijacked an... Read more »

  • Ethiopia: Troubling Year for Ethiopian Exports

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    Close to the end of the year in question, Kebede Chane, Minister of Trade, reported to the House of Peoples' Representatives (HPR) that the 10-month export revenue that the country... Read more »

  • Ethiopia: Intercontinental to Open First Hotel in Ethiopia

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    InterContinental Hotels Group (IHG), one of the world's leading hotel companies, has signed a management agreement with Tsemex Hotels and Business Plc to develop Crowne Plaza Addis... Read more »

  • Ethiopia: The Ebola Scare

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    During the just ended year the other main headline that dominated the media was the sudden outbreak of the Ebola virus, particularly in West Africa. Read more »

  • Ethiopia: City Chamber Election, Court Battle

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    The highly controversial election of the Addis Ababa Chamber of Commerce and Sectoral Association (AACCSA) conducted in December, 2013, and saw the election of Elias Genete as its... Read more »

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