Some 40 Africa leaders are set to take part in the first Russia–Africa Economic Forum and Summit scheduled to take place in Sochi, Russia from 23–24 October, 2019.
By Tesfu Telahoun Abebe – A ruby-red sun is setting ever slowly over sparkling emerald-blue waters tucked into the southern limits of the Red Sea. Its the Gulf of Tadjoura, some 146km northwest of present day Port of Djibouti.
By Tesfu Telahoun Abebe – Relations between Ethiopia and the Arabian Peninsula have blossomed ever since the political changes in Ethiopia which thrust the charismatic yet embattled Abiy Ahmed into power.
Melakou Tegegn, Kampala- Uganda– As a famous Amharic saying has it, “Aya jibo satamehagn bilagn”; ostensibly the lamb said to this to the hyena who was saying all and sundry but dying to eat the lamb. In 1964, the Johnson administration in the US fabricated a story that goes in the history of falsified incidents […]
Melakou Tegegn, Kampala– The Janjaweed is a militia force set up by Bashir in the late 1990s to terrorize the population of Southern Sudan from supporting the SPLA. They committed untold crimes against the civilian population ostensibly for harbouring the forces of SPLA, a liberation movement at the time.
The Transitional Military Council of Sudan has released 78 Ethiopian prisoners, who were in Sudanese jails for many years.
During the first nine months of Ethiopian calendar started July 8, 2018, Ethiopia has attracted foreign direct investment of $1.83 billion.
Euro Cable Private Limited Company, a joint venture between Ethiopian and Turkish, today inaugurates a new factory that triples its existing electric cable production capacity.
UPDATED_By Andualem Sisay Gessesse _ This week the military has overthrown one of the long standing President of Sudan, Al Bashir. President Al Bashir who also came through peaceful military coup has navigated Sudan through economic and political hardship for the past 30 years. From allowing the separation of the southern part of the country, […]
Egypt has affirmed its strong support for the African Development Bank as a development partner and is committed to strengthening regional integration, the country’s Prime Minister, Mostafa Madbouly said during a meeting in Cairo with a Bank delegation.
The Nile Basin Initiative (NBI) is set to mark its 20th anniversary tomorrow in Kigali, Rwanda. NBI has brought together the Nile Basin countries, Ethiopia, Uganda, Sudan, Egypt, Tanzania, Rwanda, Burundi, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Kenya, Eritrea and South Sudan.