Eritrean Rebels Says They Killed 11 Government Soldiers

By Tesfa-Alem Tekle Reuters Friday, April 23, 2010 MAKELLE, Ethiopia (Reuters) – Two Eritrean rebel groups said they killed 11 government soldiers and wounded some 20 others in a... Read more »

Joint Statement on the First US – AU High-Level Bilateral Meetings

Office of the Spokesman Washington, DC April 22, 2010 The following is a joint statement by the United States and the African Union. Begin text: The United States and... Read more »

Ethiopian Opposition Demands Independent Probe Into Activist’s Death

Government denies beating Biyanza Daba Gadisa to death for campaigning for opposition candidates in May parliamentary elections Ethiopia’s main opposition coalition is demanding an independent investigation into the death... Read more »

Ethiopia – Factions in Unity for Democracy and Justice Party Quarrel

Ethiopia – Factions in Unity for Democracy and Justice Party Quarrel By Meleskachew Amaha VOA News Addis Abeba 22/04/2010 One of Ethiopia’s major opposition parties remains divided as one... Read more »

Activist Killed While Campaigning : Ethiopian Opposition

April 22 (Bloomberg) — An Ethiopian opposition activist was beaten to death by pro-government militia in the western part of the country after he refused to stop campaigning for... Read more »

Ethiopia and 6 More Countries To Sign Nile Water Sharing Treaty

– Egypt and Sudan Object The Treaty – “Any Treaty without Egypt and Sudan is mean the death of the Nile Basin initiative.” Egypt Ethiopia says seven African nations... Read more »

Pew Survey Says Ethiopians Don’t Like Western Movies and Music

A survey has revealed that majorities in almost every country in sub-Saharan Africa say that Western music, movies and television have harmed morality in their nation, but majorities in... Read more »

Ethiopia’s Royal Haile selassie Family Getting Back Gihon Hotel

Ghion up for royalty By Groum Abate Ghion Hotel is going back to the royal family after the family of Haile Selassie I started negotiating for its acquisition. Sons... Read more »

Ethiopia Dumps 1.75 Million Euros Worth Of Roses Destined to Europe

By Tesfa Alem Tekle April 20, 2010 (ADDIS ABABA) – Ethiopia horticulture industry has lost 1.75 million Euros this week after cut flower exporters were forced to dump over... Read more »

Ethiopia Accuses Egypt of Delaying The Talks On Sharing Nile Water

By Jason McLure April 20 (Bloomberg) — Ethiopia accused Egypt of stalling talks aimed at reaching an accord over sharing water from the Nile River. “Egypt has employed a... Read more »