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National level scholarship programme aimed at supporting 800 academically promising but economically disadvantaged secondary school students from Oromia, Amhara, Southern Nations, Nationalities and Peoples State (SNNP) and Addis Ababa is...

Teenager to build school wit...

Beritu Jaleta Ahmed, a 14 year old Australian teenager of Ethiopian descent, is about to build a school in Ethiopia with 20 million Australian Dollar prize money she won for...

Power interruption: A tempor...

The recurrent power interruption plaguing the city due to the outmoded transformer and transmission equipment is a temporal hurdle, the Ethiopian Electric Utility disclosed. The Institution External Relation Head...

Community Based Health Insura...

“I am benefiting a lot after I registered in the Community Based Health Insurance Programme (CBHI). Even when I am broke, I could get medical services that entail hospitalization. If...

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 WHO  is responsible?

WHO is responsible?

Because of the accident, Anberbir forced out to drop his 9th grade class One of the devilish acts human has brought to this world is war and warriors know that...

   Princess Mary's emotional humanitarian visit to Ethiopia

Princess Mary's emotional humanitarian visit to Ethiopia

Crown Princess Mary of Denmark has last week paid an emotional humanitarian visit to Ethiopia, meeting with Australian doctor Catherine Hamlin. During an official three-day humanitarian visit, Princess...

   Laws discriminating against women persist globally

Laws discriminating against women persist globally

Local girls bringing back firewood near Jinka, Southern Ethiopia. (David Stanley/flickr) All laws in the world discriminating against women were supposed to be wiped out by 2005. Ten years later, numerous...

A viable lesson to be emulated

A viable lesson to be emulated

On February 16, 2015, exactly at seven o’clock in the afternoon, an Ethiopian Airlines plane was landing at Makalle International Airport. The writer of this story and many of the...

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 800 students awarded scholarships

800 students a...

National level scholarship programme aimed at supporting 800 academically promising but economically disadvantaged secondary school students from Oromia, Amhara, Southern Nations, Nationalities and Peoples State (SNNP) and Addis Ababa is...

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Production of ...

The Ethiopian Institute of Agricultural Research held a two-day workshop with the theme: Malt Barley Research and Development in Ethiopia: Responding to the Increasing Demand for Malt through Public-Private Partnership...

Editorial - View Point

Greater parti...

With the fifth national election only three months away, the election campaign has already gathered momentum. Ethiopians have already come a long way nurturing a democratic culture. In the previous...

Herald Guest

    “Combine science with farmers' knowledge to benefit much out of both!” - Dr. Melaku Worede

“Combine sc...

Melaku Worede (PhD) was born in the outskirt of Addis and went to primary school here in Addis. He went to Ambo for his secondary school. He had done his...

Art - Culture

 Mulugeta Gudeta: The multilingual  literary subject

Mulugeta Gudet...

The absence of professional publishing houses is hurting the growth of literature in our country.” Mulugeta Gudeta, veteran multilingual writer, author of fiction and non-fiction, editor and journalist. The...

Development

The tale of tw...

(Part I) By the end of last week, Addis Ababa hosted two international trade fairs at the same time: the 19th Addis Chamber International Trade Fair at Addis Ababa Exhibition...

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 WHO  is responsible?

Because of the accident, Anberbir forced out to drop his 9th grade class One of the devilish acts human has brought to this world is war and warriors know that...

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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...

Sport

National side s...

The Ethiopian under-23 national football team have suffered another blow with a 2-1 defeat at the hands of the Sudanese side in the first leg of the 2015 All African...

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