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Ethiopia: Without immediate funding, 750,000 refugees will have ‘nothing to eat’

The World Food Programme (WFP), UN refugee agency, UNHCR, and Ethiopian Government Refugees and Returnees Service (RRS) made the plea for assistance because without it, WFP will run out of food for the…

Thousands Arrested as Ethiopia Acts Against Suspected Militants

State details more than 4,000 people in two-month crackdown Al-Qaeda-linked group attacked towns near Somalia border Samuel Gebre Ethiopia has arrested thousands of people suspected of being members of militias…

killings, theft in Addis terrify private transport providers

Analysis: Risking it all to make ends meet: Stories of killings, theft in Addis terrify private transport providers By Biruk Alemu @Birukalemu21 Addis Abeba –  The tragic news of murder and theft…

US embassy in Ethiopia thanks stakeholders!

Thanks to the collaboration of all involved, USAID – US Agency for International Development’s partner-run warehouses in the Tigray region are full of food & other life-saving aid. Humanitarians need…

Sudan accuses Ethiopia of executing 7 Sudanese soldiers, a civilian

Sudan’s military accused Ethiopia’s army of executing seven Sudanese soldiers and a civilian who were captives, the Sudanese armed forces said in a statement on Sunday. The Sudanese army also…

As many as 320 dead in Ethiopia gun attack, witnesses suggest

Witnesses say victims of massacre in country’s western Oromia region were ethnic Amharas – a minority in the area Jason Burke The suspected death toll in an attack by gunmen…

Ethiopian regional authority arrests four staff members of media group

NAIROBI, May 22 (Reuters) – Authorities in Ethiopia’s northern Amhara region have arrested four employees of a U.S.-based online media outlet, while the whereabouts of two others was unclear, the…

Ethiopia ends emergency, but pursues new cases against 3 detained journalists

Ethiopian authorities should drop any plans to charge two journalists, Amir Aman Kiyaro and Thomas Engida, with terrorism, stop a fresh investigation they are pursuing against editor Temerat Negara, and…

New Railway to Connect Ethiopia with Assab, Berbera, Lamu Ports

The Corporation has already received financial commitments, notably the Italian government’s agreement to fund the Ethiopian-Eritrean railway project. The African Development Bank (AfDB) and the French government have made pledges…

Ethiopian Airlines Transported more than 110 Million Stems of Flowers for Valentine’s Day

Ethiopian Airlines Transported more than 110 Million Stems of Flowers for Valentine’s Day Ethiopian Cargo and Logistics Service has operated 86 flights over the past two weeks, transporting more than…