Ethiopia to acquire portion of Djibouti port

News Wednesday, May 2, 2018 1:17 By ARGAW ASHINE Ethiopia’s new Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed. AFP PHOTO | Zacharias Abubeker  Djibouti has agreed to Ethiopia’s proposal to acquire a... Read more »

Ethiopia: Struggling Drought Impacts Through Irrigation Projects

By Tsegaye Tilahun Ethiopia has been implementing an extensive development of water resources, which includes constructing several dams and reservoirs. Reservoirs are also vital in the infrastructure and prerequisite... Read more »

Egypt FM to visit Ethiopia over Nile dam

By Afp Published: 14:35 EST, 25 December 2017 | Updated: 14:36 EST, 25 December 2017 A photo taken on March 31, 2015 shows the Grand Renaissance Dam under construction... Read more »

Dutch court to open Ethiopia ‘Red Terror’ war crimes trial

The Hague – A Dutch-Ethiopian national goes on trial in The Hague on Monday accused of war crimes, including ordering the deaths of 75 prisoners, during bloody purges in... Read more »

Dutch court to open Ethiopia ‘Red Terror’ war crimes trial

The Hague – A Dutch-Ethiopian national goes on trial in The Hague on Monday accused of war crimes, including ordering the deaths of 75 prisoners, during bloody purges in... Read more »

Dutch court to open Ethiopia ‘Red Terror’ war crimes trial

The Hague – A Dutch-Ethiopian national goes on trial in The Hague on Monday accused of war crimes, including ordering the deaths of 75 prisoners, during bloody purges in... Read more »

Existing only from the Nile, Egypt fears disaster from Ethiopian dam

CAIRO – The only reason Egypt has even existed from ancient times until today is because of the Nile River, which provides a thin, richly fertile stretch of green... Read more »

Existing only from the Nile, Egypt fears disaster from a dam

Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam. By MAGGIE MICHAEL, ASSOCIATED PRESS  CAIRO — Oct 2, 2017 The only reason Egypt has even existed from ancient times until today is because of the Nile... Read more »

Ethiopia: Hunger to Hit Emergency Levels in Ethiopia Despite Rains

Photo: Melese Awoke/WFP Acute malnutrition has risen sharply, and one quarter of Ethiopia’s districts are now officially classified as facing a nutrition crisis (file photo). By Katy Migiro Nairobi... Read more »

Ethiopia: Germany to Back Humanitarian Projects

By Desta Gebrehiwot Germany announces a financial assistance of 3.6 million euro to support three humanitarian projects in Ethiopia that benefits refugees, host communities as well as drought affected... Read more »