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Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed announces capture of Mekele
Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed announces capture of Mekele
Prime Minister Abiy announced that the Ethiopian National Defense Forces (ENDF) controlled Mekele in an operation that avoided damage on civilians and heritages.
Telecom license bid document priced at USD 15k
Telecom license bid document priced at USD 15k
The government of Ethiopia has issued a Request for Proposal (RFP) for telecom operator’s license on November 27, 2020 and interested bidders can buy the bid documents from the Ethiopian Communications Authority (ECA) for USD 15,000, it was disclosed.
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Tigray Interim Gov’t fears identity questions could hinder its activities
Tigray’s Interim Government fears identity questions could hinder its functions of executing the duties and responsibilities it is given by the central government.
Mai-Kadra death toll rises
Mai-Kadra death toll rises
The death toll in the Mai-Kadra massacre rose to 766 as 166 additional bodies were discovered on Wednesday and Friday. 
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Private schools to resume face-to-face classes on Monday
Schools in Addis Ababa will commence face to face classes as of Monday, announced the City Education bureau on Friday November 27, 2020.
Ethiopia's WTO accession at risk of delay due to COVID-19
Ethiopia's WTO accession at risk of delay due to COVID-19
Ethiopia's plans to join the World Trade Organization (WTO) in less than two years could be delayed due to the Coronavirus pandemic.
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Transaction advisors wanted for sugar privatization
The Ethiopian Public Enterprises Holding and Administration Agency (PEHAA) called for expression of interest from potential firms to advise the government on the transaction for the privatization of eight sugar factories.
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Interview

Passion runs through blood: Salim Amin’s past and present accounts
Passion runs through blood: Salim Amin’s past and present accounts
Salim Amin is the Chairperson of Camerapix and head of the Mohamed Amin Foundation, named after his famous father - Mohamed Amin. Mohamed Amin is the photographer and cameraman whose images of the 1984 famine victims in Ethiopia stirred world reaction and gathered prominent artists including Bob Geldof to perform a beneficiary concert called Live aid.
Digitizing an historic work process
Digitizing an historic work process
Pascal Minvielle, is a veteran in customs automation and innovative solutions for trace facilitation. Customs is an old work process that has been around for centuries in human history.
The surging role of Public Development Banks
The surging role of Public Development Banks
As the First Finance in Common Summit was held in Paris between November 9th and 12th, Valerie Tehio, the AFD Ethiopian Director to Ethiopia (AFD) converses with The Reporter’s Samuel Getachew on the gathering, on the work on AFD in Ethiopia, on developmental banks in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic and on the long term vision of development.
Emitting light out of the haze of social nebula
Emitting light out of the haze of social nebula
Lidya Rezene Elias is a young aerospace engineer. She has been noted for having been involved in the development of Ethiopia’s historic National Space Policy.
Serving society through art as an expression of oneself
Serving society through art as an expression of oneself
Aron Yeshitila is a playwright and filmmaker now based in Switzerland. His new play The Possibilities ("Die Möglichkeiten") is currently on view in Zurich. He is also the screenwriter and director of the film Mizewochu.
From the vantage point of Algeria
From the vantage point of Algeria
Salah Francis Elhamdi was appointed as Algerian Ambassador a year ago. This is his second time serving his nation in Ethiopia having served in Ethiopia more than a decade ago. Here, he converses with The Reporter's Samuel Getachew on a referendum set to take place in his nation this week, on his career, on trade, partnership and on how to make the historic relationship between Ethiopia and Algeria move forward.

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