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Amnesty International rebuffs MoFA’s accusations
Amnesty International rebuffs MoFA’s accusations
Amnesty International rebuffed accusations by the Ethiopian Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MoFA) that the methodology it employed in the report it released on incidents in Axum relied on scanty information.
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City Admin’ blames political sabotage for recent inflationary pressure
The Addis Ababa City Administration said the recent inflationary pressure in the capital is the result of a political sabotage carried out by groups attempting to offset their political loss using economic gains.
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Commercial Banks’ NPL soars due to Tigray Conflict
Commercial banks in Ethiopia are witnessing an increase in non-performing loans (NPL) as customers based in the embattled Tigray region are unable to repay their loans.
Currency shortage hinders stadium construction
Currency shortage hinders stadium construction
Foreign currency shortage and resettlement of illegal settlers has hindered the completion of the National Stadium, The Reporter has learnt.
HERQA starts licensing institutions for online education
HERQA starts licensing institutions for online education
The Higher Education Relevance and Quality Agency (HERQA) began licensing universities and colleges that are willing to provide online education for undergraduate and graduate programs.
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Ministry to implement USD200 million digital project
The Ministry of Innovation and Technology (MiNT) finalized its preparations to implement an Ethiopian digital foundation project worth USD 200 million. It aims to boost Ethiopia’s competitiveness in the digital sector through increased inclusion and affordability of digital services and digital job creation.
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US Counseling Kenya on developments in Ethiopia stirs concern
The latest phone conversation between Joe Biden, US President, and Uhuru Kenyatta, President of Kenya, over the tense security situation in Tigray signals the deteriorating international acceptance of Ethiopia, geopolitics analysts say.
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Interview

“Inclusive national dialogue is the way out”
“Inclusive national dialogue is the way out”
 Ambassador Stephan Auer is a career diplomat. He has been in diplomacy since 1990 and has represented Germany in different countries. The Ambassador has now been in Ethiopia for half a year.
Raphael Morav: words of departure
Raphael Morav: words of departure
Ambassador Raphael Morav is a career diplomat who has served Israel for the past 30 years on the diplomatic front. French born Israeli citizen and Ambassador of Israel to Ethiopia, Burundi and Rwanda residing in Addis Ababa, Raphael Morav, was also an Ambassador to Liberia from 1988 – 90; Brussels-EU from 1990-92; Italy 1994-98; Finland 2000-04 and has served in many other diplomatic missions.
Alex of the Horn
Alex of the Horn
Alex de Waal is a British researcher and expert on Sudan and the Horn of Africa. He is executive director of the World Peace Foundation and a research professor at The Fletcher School at Tufts University.
“I would like to serve the people of Addis Ababa as their mayor”
“I would like to serve the people of Addis Ababa as their mayor”
Kebour Ghenna is the Executive Director of the Pan African Chamber of Commerce and Industry (PACCI) and the founder of Initiative Africa. He is prominent among the Ethiopian business community for his diverse contribution and initiatives in the sector.
Digitizing Health
Digitizing Health
Pazion Cherinet is the Chief Executive of Orbit Health. Here, he reflects with The Reporter’s Samuel Getachew on the new company, on his vision of transforming the local healthcare system, on digitalizing it, on the new partnership with Mastercard Foundation and what inspired him to start the company and more.
The staggering walks of the hospitality sector
The staggering walks of the hospitality sector
David Desta is an Associate of JLL, a financial and professional services firm specializing in real estate services and investment management. Closely watching Ethiopia’s hospitality sector and beyond, David previously worked as an assistant director of Operations and Business Analytics with Kuriftu Resort.
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