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Violence rocks southern state
Violence rocks southern state
Days after the electoral board issued a statement where it said it will hold the much-talked about referendum to decide on the long-standing Sidama zone’s quest for statehood, a deadly violence is said to have swept across some parts of Southern Regional State.
Boeing lay aside USD 5.6 bln provision for MAX compensations
Boeing lay aside USD 5.6 bln provision for MAX compensations
The US air framer, Boeing, on Thursday announced a 5.6 billion dollars compensation plan for Boeing B737 MAX jetliner customers.
Truck ban frustrates public, private operators
Truck ban frustrates public, private operators
Despite the increasing number of truck operators complaining over the recent ban on heavy duty trucks from using the city’s roads during daytime, the Addis Ababa City Administration has insisted on implementing the restrictions.
Parliament to break recess to deliberate on election law
The House of People’s Representatives (HPR), which is currently on recess, will be recalled to session in the coming weeks to debate on the Electoral and Political Parties draft proclamation, The Reporter has learnt.
Forex crunch stifles Mugher Cement productivity
Forex crunch stifles Mugher Cement productivity
The pioneer cement producer, Mugher Cement, disclosed that shortage of foreign currency is affecting its productivity.
Human Rights Council expresses concern over recent mass arrests
Human Rights Council expresses concern over recent mass arrests
The human rights condition of the country, which has showed some improvements following the coming into power of Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed (PhD) has been derailed from time to time, and now is reaching a very critical situation, the Ethiopian Human Rights Council (EHRC) stated.
21st China medical team donates medical equipment, Pharmaceuticals
21st China medical team donates medical equipment, Pharmaceuticals
The 21st China medical team has donated medical equipment and pharmaceuticals with the value of ETB 2.5 million (RMB 507,524) on Thursday, July 18, 2019.

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#MeTooEthiopia – Empowering citizens to demand change
#MeTooEthiopia – Empowering citizens to demand change
Tiemert Shimelis is one of the founders of an Ethiopian movement - #MeTooEthiopia - geared towards fighting gender-based violence among Ethiopians.
Committed to fighting gender-based violence
Committed to fighting gender-based violence
Lori Handrahan (PhD) is a noted human rights advocate focused on gender-based violence and for the end of child abuse.
“Prime Minister Abiy is very dynamic, but he has some risks too”
“Prime Minister Abiy is very dynamic, but he has some risks too”
Japan is preparing to host two major events in the coming few months: the seventh edition of the Tokyo International Conference on African Development (TICAD) and the much bigger Summer Olympic Games.
Player turned coach
Player turned coach
Since joining the first team of St. George FC in 1995, he has played as a midfielder and a fullback until 2003. Well-known for his leadership qualities on and off the field, senior coaches believed he had a bright future in coaching.
Reform is generational
Reform is generational
Kristalina Georgieva is the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the World Bank since January 2017. Georgieva was also the World Bank Group interim President in the leadership transition of 2019.
“This change happened because Ethiopians demanded it”
“This change happened because Ethiopians demanded it”
Nicholas Barnett is the outgoing press officer at the US Embassy in Addis Ababa. He served in Addis Ababa for the past three years during which he met a lot of people, traveled across the country and learned much about the history, culture and people of Ethiopia.

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