Ethiopia and Eritrea: Enemies forever?

Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE AR-SA MicrosoftInternetExplorer4 In this edition of Africa Today, we will address the hostile relations between Eritrea and Ethiopia. Eritrea broke away from... Read more »

Loveland woman is off to Ethiopia on Peace Corps experience – Loveland Reporter

The first thing Hannah Pensack-Rinehart learned from her Ethiopian phrasebook is, “t’ena yistilgn,” — pronounced teena ustilin — which means, “Hi, how are you?” Pensack-Rinehart left home in Loveland... Read more »

Japan-Funded Geothermal Project Hobbled By Shortage of Water

By Berhanu Fekade One of the projects funded by the Japanese government in Ethiopia, the newly-initiated Alto Langano geothermal power plant, is said to be delayed due to shortage... Read more »

The Good, the Bad and the Ugly

column By Leyou Tameru I have thought about writing about the topic of this column for quite some time. It is very controversial, but I truly believe that I... Read more »

Bonga Town to Have Int’l Coffeee Museum With 27m Br

By Jemal Abdu Fortine Staff Writer The design was done by Dynamic planner for about 330,000 Br and the construction is being done by Tesfay The first natural,coffee specialized... Read more »

Ethiopia launches school program to treat parasitic worms

ADDIS ABABA (Reuters) – Ethiopia is launching a national initiative in schools this year to treat children at risk of infection from parasitic worms, mirroring a program in Kenya... Read more »

Ethiopia launches school program to treat parasitic worms

ADDIS ABABA (Reuters) – Ethiopia is launching a national initiative in schools this year to treat children at risk of infection from parasitic worms, mirroring a program in Kenya... Read more »

Ethiopia launches school program to treat parasitic worms

ADDIS ABABA –  Ethiopia is launching a national initiative in schools this year to treat children at risk of infection from parasitic worms, mirroring a program in Kenya which... Read more »

Ethiopia dam project could start generating power in June – CCTV

Ethiopia’s $1.8 billion dam project under construction along river Omo could begin generating power by June and be fully operational by early 2016. Gilgel Gibe III Dam will nearly... Read more »

New Customs Proclamation Comes in to Force

A new customs proclamation is promulgated and is in effect as of Wednesday December 24, 2014. The new bill has fully replaced the former customs bill, Proclamation Number 622/2009.... Read more »