Eritreas terrorist plot to Bomb Addis Abeba-Addis as Bagdad
The dispotic president for life in Eriteras failed terrorist plot to bomb the AU meeting in Addis Ababa Ethiopia using the useless old organization OLF. Watch the five part video and have your say. (updated) Read More
Models for Environmentally Sustainable Development: Reviews of Developmental State versus Employer of
Last Resort-Led Development Part I
With the high social and economic cost of unemployment and inflation, and the continuing ecological concerns which the Ethiopian economy is facing, can Ethiopia’s economy be transformed to achieve environmentally sustainable development? Read More
Ethiopia buys over 200 tanks from Ukraine for $100 million
Ukrspecexport Ukraine’s arms exporter and the Ethiopian Ministry of Defense have signed a $100 million contract for Ukraine to Supply over 200 T-72 tanks. Even though the details of the contract are not known, Ukrspecexport said that the tanks “are equipped with modernized propulsion, guided weapons and a reactive armor system.” Read More
Officials press ahead with plans for new dams on Nile
UN authorises peacekeepers for Abyei
Ethiopia says detained journalists planning sabotage
Ethiopian officials arrested nine people, including two journalists, on charges of terrorism
>Nabro Volcano Stops Erupting After 16 Days
BGI, Raya Brewery Discussing JV
Worst drought in 60 years hits 10 mln in east Africa
Ethiopia’s Commercial Bank Signs Mobile Banking Accord With IBM
U.N. OKs troop deployment to Sudan region
Ethiopian Airlines appoints Aviareps as GSA for corporate sales
UN Security Council to vote on Abyei force Monday
7-11 Hit and Run Suspect to Surrender
Anti-racism charity boss steps down after 17 years at the helm
Instability in Israel sparks growing exodus from Promised Land
World Bank provides 60 mln USD to support Ethiopias food production
The World Bank Board of Executive Directors approved an International Development Association (IDA) credit of 60 million dollars in additional financing to the Government of Ethiopia in support of its efforts to sustainably increase agricultural output and productivity in the Project Area.
Marathon winners take first BAA 10K titles
Kenya's Geoffrey Mutai won with a time of 27 minutes, 19 seconds. Gebre Gebremariam of Ethiopia finished second (28:11) and Moses Mosop of Kenya finished third (28:29).
Ethiopia commences new routes to South Sudans Upper Nile region
African carrier, Ethiopian Airlines has started additional flights to South Sudans Malakal town in the Upper Nile region, the second destination to the region the Airliner offers services to.
Four men walk away after train hits their car in Warner Robins
The men in the car were identified as driver Abera Oukbaziher, 32, whose license listed a Clarkston address; Tekleweini Okubamichael, 25, and Tekle Woldegiorgis, 29, no address immediately available; and Zeria Gebrehiwet Sbhatus, 47
Fast-growing Ethiopia seeks greater investment from UAE
US draft requests 4,200 Ethiopia troops for Abyei
AngloGold looks to Ethiopian gold with stake in Stratex International
Ethiopias Low-Tech, High-Value Transportation
Ethiopia to deploy over 3,000 peacekeeping force in Abyei
IOM Resumes Evacuation Of Ethiopian Migrants Stranded In Yemen
Fifth African Microfinance Conference, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, September 19 22, 2011
Eritrean refugees reborn in Toronto
Ethiopia adds Al-Qaeda, its Somalia-based affiliate to terror list
Sudanese Forces to Withdraw From Abyei Region as Ethiopian Troops Move in
Second chance to own a condominium
Irish company to provide mobile banking technology here.
Alleged Pot Pushing Ring Busted in Alexandria
Ethiopia commodity mkt eyes expansion, futures
Eritrea slams Ethiopia for AU summit plot allegations
UK Drops DNA Tests for Refugees and Asylum Seekers
Man Arrested In Possible Pentagon Bomb Plot
Saudi Arabia to recruit 30,000 labourers from Ethiopia, Kenya
Eritrea Volcano Disrupts East Africa Air Travel
Food prices drive Ethiopia May inflation to 35 pct
Allana Potash's shares rise on high quality find in Ethiopia
Made in Ethiopia: The story of Holland Car
Ethiopia woos Saudi investors
Clinton calls for peacekeeping force in Sudan as north, south leaders meet on contested region
Black Gold for Blue Gold? Sudans Oil, Ethiopias Water and Regional Integration
moderate earthquakes struck the Afambo, Eritrea area
Britons held as 'spies' in Eritrea have been released
Sudan Summit, Clinton Visit Could Overlap In Addis Ababa
Ethiopia proposes record budget of nearly $7 billion for 2011/2012
Somalia: Deadly, Even For al Qaeda
Ethiopia budget to expand by 22 pct to fight poverty
Ethiopia has proposed a record 117.8 billion birr annual budget for next year, aiming to build infrastructure, health and education services in one of Africa's fastest growing economies.
Ethiopia Begins Electricity Exports to Neighboring Djibouti, Utility Says
Ethiopia began power exports to its Horn of Africa neighbor Djibouti, an Ethiopian Electric Power Corp. spokesman said. The electricity shipments began on May 27, Addis Tagele, a spokesman for the state-owned utility, said in a phone interview today.
Eritrean Christians facing 'unimaginable suffering' in Egypt
Eritrean Christians fleeing persecution in their homeland are facing imprisonment, torture, beatings and sexual assault in Egypt, reports Barnabas Fund.
Gold leads way, but potash in focus as Ethiopian mineral exports to surge
Ethiopia is set to hit its target of more than doubling mining exports to an annual $1 billion ahead of time, the country's mining minister told Reuters.
Ethiopia May Charge More Oromo Rebels, After Fighters Sentenced Over Plot
Ethiopia is “highly likely” to charge another 121 Oromo rebels with terrorist offences after 14 people were sentenced yesterday over their involvement in a plot to bomb an African Union summit, a government spokesman said.
Swiss Re joins Ethiopian micro-insurance project
The world's biggest reinsurer will commit $1.25 million to the project, it said at the Agricultural Risk Management conference on Friday, which will cover the contract with farmers in Ethiopia.
Eritrea accuses four detained Britons of 'espionage' and 'terrorism'
In a televised statement, the Eritrean authorities stated that the men were in possession of a range of weapons and communications devices — including “18 different types of snipers” and “1,700 bullets”
Ethiopia’s Investment Plan May Be Unsustainable, World Bank Official Says
Drilling Now Underway Targeting Open-Pit Resources at Ethiopian Potash Corp.'s Danakil
Green card lottery: US reviews 'diversity visa' glitch
Members of the Ethiopian Diaspora in Philadelphia haveRaised Over Half a Million Birr toward the Building
of the Grand Renaissance Dam
UK’s Halfhearted Measures on Eritrea’s Isaias Afewerki
Lone Bidder Offers 64m Br for Langano Bekele Molla
May 28: The landmark for democracy
Ethiopian Graduates 17 Multinational Pilots
Kenya and Ethiopia Sign Agreements on Bilateral Cooperation
Paul B. Henze, former CIA and national security specialist, dies at 86
Ethiopia commutes death sentences on Mengistu officers
Ethiopia offers peacekeepers for Abyei in Sudan
Clinton to tour Africa to discuss trade, development
IMF says Ethiopia economy to slow in 2011/12
Detained Eritrean deserters leave Yemen for a new life in Sweden
The best time to plant a tree was 20 years ago. The second best time is now.
Mulugeta Aserate Kassa
The Grand Dam: The Common Factor for Real Integration
Dr Merara Gudina’s pathetic fallacy
Press Release (Amharic)
Press Release (Amharic)
May 28th 2011: not a “Day of rage,” but a Day of Pledge.
Federalism and the Ethiopian renaissance
Media Development in Ethiopia