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Maqaa hooggantoota fi qabsaa’ota sirna Woyyaaneen ukkaamfamani

Maqaa hooggantoota fi qabsaa’ota keenya sirna kanaan ukkaamfamanii dhabamsiifamanii 200 kunooti. Maqaa kana yeroo adda addaatti walitti qabeen kuusaa ture. Amma koreen dhimma hooggantoota keenya kanaa qoratee eessa akka jiran adda baasu hundeeffamuu waanan dhaga’eef hubannoo yoo qabaatame gaariidha jedheen… Read More »

Addis Ababa bans motorcycles movement to reduce crime

Addis Ababa bans motorcycles movement to reduce crime Following the increase of street crime in the capital of Ethiopia, Addis Ababa, the city administration has banned the movement of all individually-owned motorcycles within the city. The Administrations ban on all… Read More »

In Memory of Ethsat – የእሳት ማህደረ ትውስታ

In Memory of Ethsat – የእሳት ማህደረ ትውስታ By Tullu Ayira, Waxabajjii 7, 2019 አንተ ብቻ አዋቂ አንተ ብቻ ተንታኝ አንተ ብቻ ሀብታም ሌላው ድኃ ለማኝ ኦሮሞን ከጌዴኦ ለማፋጃጀት ለፖሎቲካህ ስትል ለመለያየት በቁስሎቻቸዉ እንጨት መሰካት ተመልሶ ፈጀህ የለኮስከዉ እሳት። አረ እንዴት አስመሳይ አቤት ወላዋይ ወዲህ ወዲያ እያለ ሁሌም አዉደልዳይ የአብን ጫማ… Read More »

Documenting the Political and Economic Change of Ethiopia

Documenting the Political and Economic Change of Ethiopia Brazilian photographer Felipe Fittipaldi travels to Ethiopia to unveil one of the African continent’s most remarkable rising economies and take a look at all the varying consequences that have come with the… Read More »

Ethiopia has been offline, and nobody really knows why

Ethiopia has been offline, and nobody really knows why By Samuel Getachew, CNN, Mon June 17, 2019 (CNN) — Internet outages that prevented many Ethiopians from accessing online services have entered a seventh day, sparking anger and frustration among citizens.… Read More »

Ethiopian migrants rescued from Yemen

Ethiopian migrants rescued from Yemen Around 12,000 people take the dangerous sea journey from the Horn of Africa to Yemen every month despite its poverty. by Victoria Gatenby, June 9, 2019  (Aljazeera) — Hundreds of Ethiopian migrants have returned… Read More »

U.S. Should Acknowledge Critical Challenges for Ethiopia’s Transition

U.S. Should Acknowledge Critical Challenges for Ethiopia’s Transition by Michelle Gavin, June 18, 2019 Anyone fishing for a good news story out of Africa recently, and rightly, has celebrated Ethiopia, where dynamic young Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed has dramatically opened… Read More »

Dhugaa Abbaan Himatu Caalaa Ragaan Hin Jiru!

Dhugaa Abbaan Himatu Caalaa Ragaan Hin Jiru! Damee Boruu: Waxabajjii 18, 2019 Obbo Leencoo Lataa fi Dr. Dimaa Nogoo ijaarsa ABO keessatti jalqabaa kaasanii namoota bakka olaanaa qabaachaa  akka turan namni hedduun ni beeka. Hooggantoonni ijaarsa kana akka hin malleetti… Read More »

Ethio Telecom facing break-up before privatisation

Ethio Telecom facing break-up before privatisation June 18, 2019, (Mobile World Live) — Ethiopia reportedly plans to split the country’s incumbent operator into two separate businesses prior to a potential sell-off to outside investors. Citing comments made by minister of… Read More »

Ethiopia: Human Rights Commission must be reformed to correct miscarriage of justice

Ethiopia: Human Rights Commission must be reformed to correct miscarriage of justice (Amnesty International) — Ethiopian Human Rights Commission (EHRC) must be reformed to enable it to contribute to the country making a break with its repressive past while promoting… Read More »

Ethiopian workers found to be earning lower than “poverty wages”

Ethiopian workers found to be earning lower than “poverty wages” By Birhanu Fikade, June 17, 2019 Chinese firms pay lowest wage in manufacturing, construction (The reporter) — Economists of UK-based institutions have found out that Ethiopian semi-skilled and unskilled workers are employed in… Read More »