BY ANDUALEM SISAY GESSESSE – Now that the extremist leaders of Tigray Peoples Liberation Front (TPLF), who confirmed attacking federal military based in Tigray Region and instigated unbearable war on themselves, have realized that time is running out for them.
As a result of the collapse of wooden seating has led to the death of at least ten people gathered in Gondar to celebrate Epiphany, which is annually celebrated colorfully by Ethiopian Orthodox Christians.
Ethiopians today celebrate colorfully Epiphany, which is registered as one of the world’s intangible cultural heritage by the United Nations Educational, Science and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) a few weeks ago.
The Government of Israel has sent to Ethiopia ten wildfire fighters to rescue the east African country’s UNESCO registered Simien National Park. While a chopper from Kenya begins operation today to contain the fire.
The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) and the Ethiopian Red Cross Society (ERCS), provided emergency assistance to displaced people in West and Central Gondar zones of Amhara region of Ethiopia.
Following the failure of Amhara region’s security forces to stabilize the conflicts in western and central Gondar, the Ethiopian Army and Federal Police has taken over the security matters of the two zones.
Ethiopia’s University of Gondar and Canada’s Queen’s University today announced a 10-year, $24.2 million partnership. The partnership aims to advance inclusive higher education for young people with disabilities in Ethiopia and Africa as part of The MasterCard Foundation’s Scholars Program.