The government Ethiopia today confirmed that 19 people are reported missing or abducted in Kelem Wellega area, including 12 girls who are students of Dembidolo University.
The Prime Minister of Ethiopia, Dr. Abiy Ahmed today reshuffled three ministers, state media reported.
As part of its ongoing multifaceted reform reform, the Government of Ethiopia today appoints 65 military generals of which five are women.
Prime Minster Abiy Ahmed of Ethiopia, who was in a two – day’s state visit in South Africa invited South African businesses to invest in his planned privatization of state … Read More
Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed of Ethiopia launches a 2.2 billion birr (about $69.3 million at current exchange rate) road construction project in Jimma, Oromia region of the country to be … Read More
Concluding his two days visit to Ethiopia, President Isaias Afwerki of Eritrea returned back to Asmara today.
Ethiopians welcomed colorfully this morning the 2019 Nobel Peace prize laureate, Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed, who traveled to Oslo this week to receive his award.
Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed of Ethiopia this morning visited houses being constructed by the Addis Ababa City Administration for the homeless street children in the capital.
With the aim of selling its products online, the government of Ethiopia and Alibaba’s Co-founder Jack Ma Foundation ink deal on Monday.
By AREGU B. WONDIMUNEH – Change has been a buzzword that reverberated in the ears of most citizens following Ethiopia’s Abiy Ahmed coming to power.
The number of innocent people killed I Ethiopia following the Facebook post by an Oromo ethic group Activist Jawar Mohammed has increased to 78, says a government official.
Following the killings of around 70 civilians by in Oromia region of Ethiopia in the past few days, EZema Ethiopia’s major opposition party, EZema says chaos cat stop Ethiopia’s journey … Read More
BY ANDUALEM SISAY GESSESSE – Gebremariam (not his real name) is a former journalist and my old friend now working for a NGO. When I met him on Thursday morning … Read More
Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed warns non-Ethiopian media owners engaged in inciting conflicts among different communities by spreading hate speeches.