AF spends $50M to upgrade Ethiopian airport
The Air Force is reportedly spending up to $50 million to upgrade an airport in southern Ethiopia, a crucial ally in an unstable region. Military and diplomatic officials have long warned about the danger of Somalia, whose fledgling government battles warlords and Islamist militias for control over land. Al-Shabaab, a group that has pledged loyalty to al-Qaida Read More
South Sudan in landslide vote for independence
South Sudan voted overwhelmingly to declare its independence in final results of a referendum made public on Monday, opening the door to Africa's newest state and a fresh period of uncertainty for the fractured region. A total of 98.83 percent of voters from Sudan's oil- producing south chose to secede from the north. Read More
Adama operates most-modern spinning unit in E Africa
Adama Spinning Factory, an ISO 2008:9001 certified company and a subsidiary of Adama Development Plc was established in 2006 and started operations in July 2008. It has facilities to manufacture both, open end and ring spun yarn.
Burundi Government Signs Accord on Use of Nile River Water
Stratex Intl discovers gold mineralisation at Blackrock license in Ethiopia
Libyan mission to AU condemn crackdown on protestors
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IDA Commits US$420 Million in Additional Financing to Enhance Local Basic Services in Ethiopia
Ethiopia Cross Country Championships: Mesfin, young winner
Senior CPC leader vows to boost partnership with Ethiopia
AU expresses deep concern over situation in Libya
Rights group: Bedouins rape dozens of African women in Sinai trying to reach asylum in Israel
Stratex to drill for Ethiopia gold, silver
Stratex International Plc plans to start drilling for gold and silver in the second quarter of this year in northern Ethiopia, the London-listed gold exploration firm said on Monday. Stratex said it had acquired 75 percent of the AbiAdi project in northern Ethiopia from Ethiopia's Loz-Bez Ltd.
Africa Oil completes farm-out deal with Tullow Oil
Earlier, Africa Oil had entered into a farm-out transaction with Tullow Oil for five blocks in Ethiopia and Kenya. Tullow has assumed the role of operator on all of these blocks.
Somalia’s Puntland region leader rushes to Ethiopia over Somaliland clashes and ONLF weapons
The Ethiopian government led by Deputy Prime Minister & Minister of Foreign Affairs Haile Mariam Desalegne called on the leader of Somalia’s semi-autonomous region of Puntland to an emergency meeting in Addis Ababa on late Monday.
Air Nigeria Partners Ethiopian Airlines to Boost Travel Options
In November 2010 Air Nigeria entered into a mutually beneficial codeshare partnership with Ethiopian Airlines. The activation of this codeshare takes effect from today February 22nd 2011.
Sheikh Mohammed Hussein Ali Al Amoudi is suing over a story in the U.S.-based Ethiopian Review website
sheikh Al Amoudi, who owns several properties in the U.K., said a story in the U.S.-based Ethiopian Review website has subjected him to “serious libel centered around one of his young, unmarried daughters.”
Ancient Foot Bone Proves Prehuman Lucy Walked Tall
The bone in question belonged to one of Lucy's A. afarensis kin who died about 3.2 million years ago. It was discovered in Hadar, Ethiopia, on a plateau so rich with fossils from this era that it's called the "first family site."
Climb to the roof of Africa
From the summit of the most famous vantage point in the Simien Mountains, the cliffs drop away almost a kilometre into a vast mosaic of green fields, yellow wildflowers and rust-red peaks shaped like chess pieces.
CIA director: Mubarak may step down Thursday night
There is a strong likelihood that embattled Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak will step down Thursday night, CIA Director Leon Panetta told a U.S. Congressional panel.
Ethiopia Launches 6,000-Megawatt Hydropower 'Project X'
Ethiopia's ambitious intentions to exploit the country's hydropower potential and make it east Africa's leader in renewable power for the next five years have taken a major step forward. The Ethiopian Electric Power Corporation is moving on the construction of a 6,000-MW hydropower scheme,
Ethiopia’s national bank deposit reaches US$ 4billion
The Commercial Bank of Ethiopia (CBE) announced on Thursday in Addis Ababa that its deposit has reached around US$4 billion, which shows over US$ 70 million rise in the past six years.
Held for eight weeks: ex-marines accused of spying by Eritrea
British diplomatic sources say that Eritrean authorities have refused access to the captives despite repeated requests made to see them in the Eritrean capital, Asmara, as well as representations made at the UN forum in New York.
Ethiopian Gov’t to establish six sugar factories in S.Omo
Egypt's ruling party leadership resigns
Student with parents from Ethiopia wins
Attempt coordinated by Eritrean government to obstruct AU Session foiled
United States Dedicates New Embassy Compound in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
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