Tuesday, October 19, 2021
Immediately after Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed announced in the early hours of Wednesday the beginning of military operations against the northern Tigray state, fears emerged that a prolonged conflict could reverberate across the wider region and draw in...
Ethiopia’s Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed said on Saturday that the army had entered the capital of Tigray in an offensive against the region’s dissident leaders, state television reported. “We’ve been able to enter Mekelle city without innocent civilians being targets,”...
Ten-year-old Samarwat Tkhal fled fighting in Ethiopia’s Tigray region this month — now she sells food to survive, among tens of thousands of fellow refugees building a new life in neighbouring Sudan. Tkhal, wearing a red T-shirt and yellow trousers,...
The Ethiopian government announced on Wednesday (25th March 2020) an amnesty and the forthcoming release of more than 4,000 prisoners, to make room in overcrowded prisons and to cease the high risk of the spread of the new coronavirus. Justice...
In the Fastest-Growing African Economy, Government is the Fuel. Ethiopia is leaning on public spending, Chinese investment for its 8 percent-plus growth pace By William Davison   Photographer: Simon Dawson-Ethiopian Barley Harvest Ethiopia is the new flavor of the month for Africa watchers. The...

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