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NEPAD discusses outcome of D...

The 32nd NEPAD Heads of State and Government Orientation Committee - HSGOC discussed the implementation of the outcome of the Dakar Financing Summit (DFS) on Africa's regional infrastructure, Agenda 2063,...

ERA's tardy response to pub...

There exists an uneven bridge on the road that extends from Meti town to Ambo. Surprisingly on that bridge, in a single day, I saw three vehicles overturning...

5th TVET Week Exhibition o...

The TVET Week Exhibition will remain open until February 2, 2015. The 5th Technical and Vocational, Education and Training (TVET) Week Exhibition aimed at raising public awareness, familiarizing new technology...

Election Board resolves row be...

Following the power struggle created between leaders of the Unity for Democracy and Justice (UDJ) and those of All Ethiopian Unity Party (AEUP), the National Electoral Board has taken...

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 There is no room for terrorism  in Ethiopia, Sheikh Salahadin Wazir

There is no room for terrorism in Ethiopia, Sheikh Salahadin Wazir

Dr. Ahmed Abdurrahman It is believed that more than two million Ethiopians and Ethiopian origins reside in the diaspora. The delegation comprised of Ethiopian diaspora from Europe and North America...

   UN agency urges greater protections for ‘inland fisheries’

UN agency urges greater protections for ‘inland fisheries’

A woman casting a fishing net from a boat on the Tonle Sap River, Cambodia. Photo: FAO/A.K. Kimoto The world's network of lakes, rivers and streams that provide fish and fresh...

  Eyeing on quality healthcare service

Eyeing on quality healthcare service

The centre is strongly believed to quench the diaspora thrust of medication It is crystal clear that the Ethiopian government has been encouraging the private sector especially the diaspora to invest...

 'Vicious circles linking violence and hunger’ must  end – UN agriculture chief

'Vicious circles linking violence and hunger’ must end – UN agriculture chief

Quinoa - a highly nutritious crop from the Andes has become popular globally. Photo: FAO/Alessia Pierdomenico Agriculture and food security must be treated as essential components of peace building and conflict...

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NEPAD  discusses outcome  of Dakar Financing Summit, Agenda 2063

NEPAD discusse...

The 32nd NEPAD Heads of State and Government Orientation Committee - HSGOC discussed the implementation of the outcome of the Dakar Financing Summit (DFS) on Africa's regional infrastructure, Agenda 2063,...

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   UN agency urges greater protections for ‘inland fisheries’

UN agency ur...

A woman casting a fishing net from a boat on the Tonle Sap River, Cambodia. Photo: FAO/A.K. Kimoto The world's network of lakes, rivers and streams that provide fish and fresh...

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 There is no room for terrorism  in Ethiopia, Sheikh Salahadin Wazir

There is no ro...

Dr. Ahmed Abdurrahman It is believed that more than two million Ethiopians and Ethiopian origins reside in the diaspora. The delegation comprised of Ethiopian diaspora from Europe and North America...

Herald Guest

 “The amount of input allocated to health is very minimal compared with problem magnitude”           -Dr. Mengistu Asnake

“The amount of...

Mengistu Asnake (PhD) was born and attended primary and secondary education in Addis Ababa. He later went to Gondar to study medicine. He served in Hararghe, eastern part of the...

Art - Culture

Come to ETHIOPIA

Come to ETHIOPI...

If nostalgia beset your mind Come to Ethiopia A cradle of mankind! Come to Ethiopia With no hesitation Ancient civilization Will engross your attention! Before identity quest You smother Come to...

Society

Towards addr...

   Towards addressing multifaceted youth, adolescent challenges

Supporting skills development and youth employment in Ethiopia Ethiopia houses the largest adolescents and youth accounting for about 42 per cent or 37.1 million with the age range of 10-24...

Business – Market

Gold eases as Fed-led rally fades; platinum climbs

Gold eases as F...

Gold edged down yesterday as investors pulled back following last week's rally on the U.S. Federal Reserve's stimulus plan, but platinum bounced after falling more than 2 percent when striking...

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  A short history of African  Cup of Nations

A short histo...

Egypt after taking title for the sixth time in Accra beating Cameroon 1-0 The origins of the African Nations Cup date back to June 1956 when the creation of the Confederation...

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