Africa: Congo, Ethiopia Excel Away, Famous Win for Comoros … –

Victories away from home took Congo and Ethiopia a step further towards a place at the final round of the qualifiers, ahead of the return leg matches of the second round in... Read more »

Summit on Ethiopia dam in Khartoum on 23 March: Sudanese FM

Sudanese capital Khartoum will host a trilateral summit for Egypt, Ethiopia and Sudan on 23 March, state news agency MENA reported. Sudanese Foreign Minister Ali Karti said on Saturday that Egyptian President... Read more »

Reaching Deal With Ethiopia Revives Entro

Egypt’s Water Resources and Irrigation Minister Hossam el Moghazi said that reaching an agreement with Ethiopia will revive the Eastern Nile Technical Regional Office (ENTRO). In statements on Friday, he added that... Read more »

Prime Minister Hailemariam to Participate in Egypt’s Economic Conference

Ms. Faiza Abou El-Naga, Egypt’s National Security Advisor to the President of Egypt, on a visit to Ethiopia last week, said on Friday (January 16) that Prime Minister Hailemariam Dessalegn had been... Read more »

Handball Teams Set for All Africa Games Qualifiers

By Agnes Makhandia KENYA will send men’s and women’s teams to the Zone Five-handball qualifiers for the All Africa Games. The qualifiers in Ethiopia will be between February 11-16 in Ethiopia. The... Read more »

Egypt ‘deeply concerned’ over Ethiopia’s stance on Nile dispute: Egypt FM

Egypt’s interim foreign ministry calls on Ethiopia to respond to dialogue invitation; ‘deeply worried’ by lack of reaction Reuters : Egypt’s foreign ministry expressed on Saturday “deep concern” that the Ethiopian government... Read more »

Egypt’s Nile Threats Weaken to Secure Water Case: Former Ambassador David Shinn

Egypt must drop its objection to an Ethiopian dam on the main tributary of the Nile River or it may struggle to ensure adequate supplies from the world’s longest waterway, former U.S.... Read more »

Sudan agrees to tripartite committee over Ethiopia’s Nile dam

(KHARTOUM) – Sudan has agreed to set up tripartite technical committee to look into concerns over Ethiopia’s Millennium dam project on the Blue Nile water could negatively affect the water share of... Read more »

Ethiopia’s Hydroelectric Program – Boon or Folly?

Developing countries worldwide view the construction of power facilities as integral to their economic development to lift their populations out of poverty. Ethiopia has now embarked on massive hydroelectric schemes currently involving... Read more »

Egypt’s New Democrats Ready to Defend Nile

If Egypt and Sudan join the Nile water partnership, the decisions the basin makes will be difficult, and will require new relationships among those who feed Lake Nasser and those who take... Read more »