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Arduous tasks ahead
Arduous tasks ahead
The city of Addis Ababa is laced with numerous multifaceted problems including, but not limited to infrastructure, administrative and governance issues.
Officers suspected of rally bomb attack to be released on bail
Former deputy commissioner of the Addis Ababa Police Commission, Girma Kassa, has been granted bail, with bail bond set at 15, 000 birr while 10 other officers from the Federal Police Commission are also set to be released on bail ranging from 6,000 to 9,000 birr.
Bomb attack suspects to be charged

The Federal Attorney General has been given seven days for formally instituting c

Oil companies evacuate their personnel from Ethio-Somali region
Oil companies evacuate their personnel from Ethio-Somali region
Alarmed by the political and security turmoil that occurred in the Ethio-Somali Regional State last week, oil companies engaged in oil exploration projects in the region have evacuated their staff to Addis Ababa, it was learnt.
 Kenticha tantalum mine looted
 Kenticha tantalum mine looted
The Kenticha tantalum mine, which is being run by the Ethiopian Minerals, Petroleum and Bio Fuel Corporation, has been looted by unidentified individuals, The Reporter has learnt.
AEUP calls  for annulment of Article 39
The All Ethiopian Unity Party (AEUP) has officially called for the removal of Article 39 from the FDRE constitution. The party, in its press briefing held in its headquarters on Thursday, August 9, 2018, stated that the conflicts and clashes witnessed in different parts of the country is the result of the article.
Human Rights Commission condemns recent Jigjiga violence
Human Rights Commission condemns recent Jigjiga violence
The Ethiopian Human Rights Commission (EHRC) denounced the recent conflict in the capital of the Ethio-Somali Regional State, Jigjiga.
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Interview

Fighting tuberculosis: the social disease
Fighting tuberculosis: the social disease
Georgia White is the Research and Policy Associate with AIDS-Free World. An experienced social justice advocate, she has a rich experience in areas such as justice, domestic violence and child welfare reforms, most recently having a role in the establishment of Australia’s Royal Commission on family violence.
Moving forward in the fight against AIDS
Moving forward in the fight against AIDS
Anurita Bains is the Regional Adviser for HIV/AIDS, UNICEF Regional Office for Eastern and Southern Africa. The office oversees programming in 21 African nations, including those in Ethiopia.
FROM THE OFFICE TO THE PRISON CELL:
FROM THE OFFICE TO THE PRISON CELL: The Story of Melaku Fenta
Melaku Fenta is the former director general of the Ethiopian Revenues and Customs Authority (ERCA) whose high-powered career abruptly ended five years ago in relation to a high-profile corruption case.
“It was wrong to devalue the birr”
“It was wrong to devalue the birr”
Demese Chanyalew (PhD) is an economist who specializes in the agricultural sector. With his 40 years of vast experience in the profession, Demese was able to demonstrate his scholarly works at numerous stages.
Ready to share experiences
Ready to share experiences
Bengt-van Loosdrecht is the ambassador of the Netherlands to Ethiopia and the African Union.
Dawn of an oil Era
Dawn of an oil Era
Tadesse Tilahun is the Chief Executive Officer of National Oil Company (NOC), one of the few and pioneer petroleum importing and distributing companies in Ethiopia. Before founding NOC in 2004 with two other shareholders, Tadesse has accumulated more than 40 years of professional experience in the oil industry.