Ethiopia set to use port of Sudan to import goods

By Tesfa-Alem Tekle December 30, 2014 (ADDIS ABABA) –Land locked Ethiopia is to start using Sudan’s main seaport on the Red Sea for importing goods, the Ethiopian ministry of transport disclosed Tuesday.... Read more »

Egypt , Sudan and Ethiopian Technical panel meets in Addis Ababa on Nile dam

World Bulletin / News Desk A tripartite technical committee tasked with studying Ethiopia’s mega-dam being built on the Nile River convened in Ethiopian capital Addis Ababa on Saturday. The panel brings together... Read more »

Egyptian, Sudanese officials visit site of controversial Ethiopian dam in Ethiopia

ADDIS ABABA, Ethiopia –  The Ethiopian News Agency says Egypt’s irrigation minister has toured the site in western Ethiopia where the country is building a controversial dam on the Blue Nile River.... Read more »

Sudan becomes second largest investor in Ethiopia after China

July 15, 2014 (ADDIS ABABA) – Sudanese business firms have become the second largest foreign investors in Ethiopia after China, the state-run Ethiopian Radio and Television Agency said. According Awad al-Kareem, president... Read more »

Ethiopia Rejects Sudan’s Ambassador Nominee – Report

Khartoum — The Ethiopian government has reportedly rejected Sudan’s nominee for ambassador, a newspaper said today. The independent Al-Sahafa daily said that Khartoum’s candidate Abdel-Rahman Sir al-Khitim has yet to receive approval... Read more »

Sudanese Students Stage Anti-Government Protests, Clash with Police

Sudanese police clashed with students Sunday as anti-government protests broke out in the capital, Khartoum. Hundreds of students took part in the protests, shouting slogans that criticized high prices, the government, and... Read more »

Millions vote in south Sudan independence poll

(Reuters) – Millions of jubilant south Sudanese voted on Sunday in an independence referendum which could cut Africa’s biggest country in two and deprive the north of most of its lucrative oil.... Read more »