$1 billion worth of fuel oil imported from Sudan to Ethiopia
The Ethiopian Petroleum Supplier Enterprise (EPSE) said on Saturday that the nation has imported over 1 million metric tonnes of petroleum from neighbouring Sudan via the port of Djibouti. The fuel imported during first half of the Ethiopian fiscal year was a rise of 21% in comparison to the same period last year.
The Glittering Transformation of Ethiopia is beyond Reproach
It could be arguably and vehemently declared that the single most, cardinal issue that has captured unanimity in its entirety that has brought Africa together and indeed the world, a rare commodity in the global political and diplomatic market; is its concerted voice of testimonials to the undeniable development that Ethiopia continues to register in leaps and bounds.
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Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa to establish a bank to challenge IMF and World Bank
The leaders of Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa, all members of the so-called BRICS Group of developing nations, have agreed to create the bank to focus on infrastructure and development in emerging markets.
The ICG’s six point recommendation for Eritrea transition
To reduce the risk of instability in Eritrea and its neighborhood, a broad coalition of international actors should take precautionary moves, including immediate and decisive efforts to promote dialogue on avoidance of internal power struggles and mediation of a peaceful transition.
Eritrea man sentenced to more than nine years in U.S. federal prison
A man originally from Eritrea was sentenced Wednesday to more than nine years in U.S. federal prison after pleading guilty last year to conspiring with Al-Shabaab, an al Qaeda-linked terror organization, prosecutors said.
The hypocrisy of Medrek party
The hypocrisy of Medrek Ethiopian party on the main Ethiopian political issues is very clear in most of its stands. Medrek is engaged on malicious slander and criticism of other party’s policies and political stands without providing concrete and viable alternative policies to the Ethiopian people. (Amharic article in PDF format)By FanoWedy Samara