You should thank Ethiopia, no Islamic State in the Horn of Africa
Ethiopia’s leading role in thwarting Al-Shabaab's ambitions of an Islamic State is consistent with her aims and determinations in the region. Indeed, Ethiopia has become a very real force for peace in the Horn of Africa region. Ethiopia has played a major role in supporting IGAD’s peace and security activities, including the Comprehensive Peace Agreement in Sudan and the peace process for Somalia. Adem Ibrahim
Panic stricken Eritrean regime clamps on the capital Asmara
Since the Ethiopian Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn announced the change of military policy towards Eritrea, the regime in Asmara has been in a panic mode. Fear has gripped the city of half a million people. Youngsters are hiding to avoid conscription because they know they are not coming alive if war broke out between Ethiopia and Eritrea. Parents are sneaking out their kids out of Eritrea to the Ethiopia and Sudan to save them from becoming the next cannon fodders.
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The promise of Suure and Meles Zenawi
Snit Radio weekly program - Highlight, tension between Ethiopia and Eritrea.
Minister of Water and Energy Alemayehu Tegenu Press Conference on the third round talks on the GERED
Heralding a higher stage of Ethio-American relations
The bilateral Ethio-American investment forum held in Houston and Los Angeles was attended by a group from the Ethiopian government led by President Mulatu Teshome. The forum was an opportunity for Ethiopia to exhibit its rapidly growing economic arena. the Government Communication Affairs Office has shown, Ethiopia has successfully managed to lure major American companies to invest in Ethiopia despite their long history of neglecting smaller economies. Bereket Gebru
IMF and the devaluation of the Ethiopian birr
Amharic aricle by Mulubirhan Dangnew
Ethiopia, Egypt and Sudan agreed to conduct more studies on the GERD for six months
The tripartite talks were hold in the capital city of Sudan, Khartoum on Monday August 25 and 26 2014. Water ministers from the three countries participated in the two days meeting to restart the talks on the construction of the Ethiopian Renaissance Dam.
Professor Tekalign Mamo Assefa awarded the Yara Prize 2014
The Yara Prize 2014 is being awarded to Professor Tekalign Mamo Assefa. Currently state minister and adviser to the Ethiopian Minister of Agriculture, Professor Mamo has long been a key contributor to the country’s food security, soil health and natural resources programs. Ingrid Helsingen Warner
The immortal Meles Zenawi lives in his indestructible legacies
Prime Minister Meles’s departure on August 21, 2012 was also sudden and unexpected. He is no more with us, but his leadership legacies are immortal in their demonstrable testimonials for generations to come. His grand ideas, his broad and all-encompassing visions, and the nobility of his intents for his country, the region, Africa and the world are here on earth. Tseggai Isaac, PhD.
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