Daily Archives: June 2, 2017

Ethiopia Shuts Down Internet Access Again, Activists Say

ADDIS ABABA, ETHIOPIA � Activists and residents say Ethiopia has shut down internet access across the country amid fear of leaks during school exams.

The cut that began Tuesday has …

AU Lauds Ethiopia’s Role in Reducing Dependency of the Union

Addis Ababa,The African Union Commission has praised Ethiopia for its continuous role to reduce dependency of the Union from foreign countries and to become financially self-reliant.

During his meeting with …

Council of Ministers approves more than 320 billion birr Budget for coming fiscal year

Addis Ababa,The Council of Ministers has approved over 320 billion birr budget for the upcoming Ethiopian Fiscal Year.

According to a statement the Council sent to ENA, it has approved …

Construction of Dire Dawa Industrial Park Well in Progress

Dire Dawa,The construction of the Dire Dawa industrial park being built in the Eastern part of the country is well in progress.

Twenty five percent of the first phase of …

ETHIOPIA BLOCKS INTERNET ACCESS TO PRVEN EXAM PAPERS LEAK

UNDATED,Ethiopia has blocked Internet access so as to prevent national examination papers leaking online, a government spokesman says.

"The shutdown is aimed at preventing a repeat of leaks which occurred …

Forecasters Say Drought May Linger in Ethiopia

Forecasters are warning that Ethiopia could face more rainfall deficits, deepening a drought that has left nearly eight million of the country's people in need of aid.

Dr. Chris Funk …

Millennium Medical College to Start Kidney Dialysis in 10 Cities

Addis Ababa,Millennium Medical College of Saint Paul's Hospital announced that it will start kidney dialysis in 10 cities across the country.

The Kidney Transplantation Center established on the premises of …