November 09

November 08

  • Ethiopia: UDJ Says Govt Pressure Is Mounting


    Nine parties "cooperate" to organize demonstration Read more »

  • Ethiopia: Sharing Agricultural Experiences


    Ilan Fluss - a father of four and a former navy officer - is deputy director of the Israel's International cooperation agency MASHAV. Read more »

  • Ethiopia: Minimum Wage Across the Board


    Dressed in a colorless dusty outfit, Abinet Negash, a 33-year-old daily laborer, is moving bricks around in scorching sunlight at one of the building construction sites located off... Read more »

  • Ethiopia: Who Benefits From Access to Justice?


    Adem Kasse (LLD) is a senior researcher at the institute of International Peace and Rule of Law of the Max Planck Foundation at the University of Heidlberg. Read more »

  • Ethiopia: Ethiopia, Egypt Agree to Strengthen Cooperation


    The Fifth Ethio-Egypt Joint Ministerial Commission meeting, which opened in Addis Ababa on November 1, concluded earlier this week with the signing of many agreements and a... Read more »

  • Ethiopia: Oilseeds Export Outweighs Coffee


    Sesame harvest affected by heavy rainfall Read more »

  • Ethiopia: Ethiopia to Grant Scholarship, Technical Aid to South Sudan


    20 state ministers, senior officials to receive free education Read more »

  • East Africa: Patience Wearing Thin


    For the first time since conflicts erupted in the world's newest nation, South Sudan, leaders of the two warring factions came face-to-face for negations as patience of a peaceful... Read more »

  • Ethiopia: OIC Introduces New Service for Pastoralists


    Oromia Insurance Company (OIB) has introduced a new service using satellite data to insure pastoralists in Southern Ethiopia by using Index Based Livestock Insurance (IBLI). Read more »

  • Ethiopia: Access to Justice


    Access to justice is regarded as the most fundamental human rights as it also serves as an instrument to ensure the respect and guarantee of other legal rights. Read more »

  • Ethiopia: Giant State-Owned Edible Oil Factory Privatized


    The largest state-owned edible oil factory was sold to Ethio-Asian Industries PLC, a subsidiary of East African Holding SC for 50 million birr. Read more »

  • Ethiopia: Boeing Aircraft Turned Into a Restaurant


    Ethiopian Airlines-owned property - a Boeing 737 aircraft - has been sold and turned into a hotel and restaurant business here. Read more »

  • Ethiopia: PM Office to Oversee Mapping Agency


    A new draft law submitted to the executive branch is considering the re-establishment of the Ethiopian Mapping Agency (EMA) by altering its accountability from the Ministry of... Read more »

  • Ethiopia: Reparations - Ideal or Possibility?


    I attended a lecture on a topic that seems to be gaining some steam around the world these days: reparations. This particular lecture was about reparations to be made by the US... Read more »

  • Ethiopia: Ethiopian Expanding MRO Center


    Ethiopian Airlines is investing in its Maintenance Repair and Overhaul (MRO) center with the view of accommodating the growing demand of the airline and do more third-part work. Read more »

  • Ethiopia: Irish President Calls for More Aid for S. Sudan Refugees in Ethiopia

    Sudan Tribune

    The Irish president has called on the international community to provide more humanitarian assistance to support South Sudanese refugees in Ethiopia. Read more »

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