UAE plans oil pipeline from Ethiopia to Eritrea in latest Horn of Africa move

UAE plans oil pipeline from Ethiopia to Eritrea in latest Horn of Africa move NAIROBI (Reuters) – The United Arab Emirates plans to build an oil pipeline connecting Eritrea and Ethiopia, the... Read more »

Eritrea withdraws troops from border with former foe Ethiopia | Eritrea News

Eritrea has withdrawn its troops from the heavily militarised border with Ethiopia as a “gesture of reconciliation”, the pro-government Eritrean Press agency has said. “It is imperative for all those who care... Read more »

After 20-year military standoff, Ethiopia and Eritrea agree to normalize ties in historic breakthrough

By Paul Paul Schemm | Washington Post ADDIS ABABA, Ethiopia — Ethio­pian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed traveled Sunday to Eritrea, once a bitter adversary, and agreed to normalize ties after an unprecedented... Read more »

Editorial: Post-project X for Ethiopia and Eritrea: How to move from containment to détente

  EditorialAddis Abeba, June 12/2018 – Comments on the “no-war, no-peace” status between Ethiopia and Eritrea can be viewed and/or assessed from three levels. At the diagnostic level, it is argued (rightly)... Read more »

Remembering Eritrea-Ethiopia border war: Africa’s unfinished conflict

Image copyright AFP Image caption Ethiopian soldiers after taking control of the Eritrean town of Barentu in May 2000 Two decades have passed since two of Africa’s poorest countries began the continent’s... Read more »

Can Ethiopia and Eritrea make peace?

“LIKE Sarajevo, 1914,” said the late Ethiopian prime minister, Meles Zenawi, of the first gunshots fired on May 6th 1998. “An accident waiting to happen.” Neither he nor his counterpart in neighbouring... Read more »

A Rare Victory for Ethiopia’s Victims (HRW) at Tadias Magazine

A Rare Victory for Ethiopia’s Victims (HRW) Published by Tadias Magazine December 23rd, 2017 in Podcast. A court sketch shows Dutch citizen and former Ethiopian government official Eshetu Alemu attending his trial... Read more »

South Sudan govt, rebel groups sign IGAD ceasefire deal in Ethiopia

South Sudan’s government and rebel groups signed a ceasefire on Thursday in the latest attempt to end a four-year civil war and allow humanitarian groups access to civilians caught in the fighting.... Read more »

Ethiopia ‘Red Terror’ aide Alemu jailed for war crimes

Image copyright Getty Images Image caption Eshetu Alemu is accused of ordering the execution of 75 people during Ethiopia’s “Red Terror” A Dutch court has sentenced an aide to Ethiopia’s former communist... Read more »

Ethiopia Summons Diplomat from Turkey for Misconduct

December 2, 2017 – The Ethiopian Foreign Ministry stated that it summoned an embassy employee in Ankara who was reportedly drunk and threatened Turkish police officers that he would “start a war”... Read more »