Ethiopian Airlines Fires 21 Trainee Cabin Crewmembers

AddisFortune: Ethiopian Airlines (ET) terminated the employment of 21 trainee cabin crew members last week, following an evaluation of their performance. The trainees were restricted from going on any... Read more »

Ethiopia Declines to Respond to US Human Rights Charges

VOA: Ethiopia has ended its practice of formally responding to the annual U.S. human rights report, as it has done the past two years. A statement said the government... Read more »

Eritrea to support Egypt on Nile River water share

According to Eritrean ministry of information in Asmara, Eritrean Ambassador to Egypt, Mr. Osman Mohammed Omar had talks yesterday with the Egyptian Prime Minister, Dr. Esam Sharaf. In the meeting,... Read more »

Ethiopia says won’t allow Egypt to examine the new dam

Egypt unwilling to give up lion’s share of flow Analysts see risk of war from Nile allocation By Aaron Maasho ADDIS ABABA,  (Reuters) – Ethiopia will deny Egypt a... Read more »

Ethiopia can’t afford to build the Nile Dam : The Economist

Egypt and Ethiopia quarrel over water MOST of the water meandering down the lower reaches of the Nile, the world’s longest river, comes from the Ethiopian highlands, putting rulers... Read more »

Eritrean Refugees in Ethiopia Say ‘Enough’; Demand Regime Change

ADDIS ABABA,   – Hundreds of Eritrean refugees gathered in the Ethiopian capital on Wednesday to call for democratic rule in Eritrea, which thousands have fled in recent years citing... Read more »

Egypt wants to participate on building Nile Dam

Egypt officially requested a visit. Egypt expressed its willingness to participate in the Millennium dam that Ethiopia plans to build on the Nile River, said Ambassador Mona Omar, Assistant... Read more »

Ethiopian Airlines Force of African Aviation Industry

IN April 1946, Ethiopian Airlines made its maiden flight from Addis Ababa to Cairo and breathed a lease of life into a dormant African aviation industry and rightly called... Read more »

Helicopter crashes on Nile while performing survey

The survey was for two additional dams on the river A helicopter carrying out a feasibility study for the construction of two new dams on the Blue Nile crashed... Read more »

Ethiopia:Renting a read from ‘Newspaper landlords’

Addis Ababa, Ethiopia (CNN) — Garum Tesfaye is one of Addis Ababa’s “newspaper landlords,” a group of entrepreneurs in the Ethiopian capital who rent out papers to people too... Read more »