Daily Archives: June 12, 2017

Hailemariam Reaffirms Stance for Peaceful Resolution of Gulf Dispute

Addis Ababa,Prime Minister Hailemariam Dessalegn said Ethiopia will support peaceful means in resolving the dispute among Gulf countries.

Hilemariam made the remark while conferring with Qatar's State Minister of Foreign …

OIC Exploring Effect of Drought in Ethiopia, East Africa

Addis Ababa,A delegation from Organization of Islamic Conference (OIC) is in Ethiopia to explore the effect of drought in East Africa and help alleviate it.

President Mulatu Teshome held discussion …

Ethiopia among Top Performing African Countries in FDI Flow: World Investment Report

Addis Ababa,The World Investment Report has put Ethiopia as one of the top performing African countries in FDI flow, registering a 46% increase in 2016.

Although the author of the …

As Colombia’s FARC Disarms, Rebels Enlisted to Fight Deforestation

CAQUETA, COLOMBIA � Seen from the air, muddy rivers snake through rolling forested hills stretching to the horizon in Colombia's southern province of Caqueta that for decades were rebel lairs …

Ambassador Kuma Presents Credentials to President Poroshenko

Addis Ababa ,Special Envoy and Plenipotentiary Ambassador Kuma Demeksa has presented his letter of credence to President Petro Poroshenko of Ukraine.

According to a press release of the Office of …

UN Resettles Albino Refugees Due to Threats in Malawi

LILONGWE � Since June of last year, the U.N. refugee agency in Malawi has been resettling albino refugees to North America, amid continued threats to people living with albinism in …

BY MONTH’S END, THERE WILL BE NO MORE FOOD FOR REFUGEES, WARNS ETHIOPIA

ADDIS ABABA, It will be impossible to feed nearly eight million refugees in our nation by the end of this month, the Ethiopian government warned in a dramatic exhortation to …

Ethiopia Trash Landslide Victims Receive Compensation

The city of Addis Ababa is distributing more than $4 million to victims of a huge garbage landslide that killed more than 100 people on March 13.

Hundreds more were …