Wednesday, February 21, 2024

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Dawit Endeshaw

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Ethiopia, Egypt agree to taper off tensions

Following the meeting held in Russia, Ethiopia and Egypt have agreed to cool down the tension that arose between the two countries over the Great Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD), The Reporter has learnt.

Amhara requests Federal interventionto control violence in Gondor

Rocked by weeks of violence,and loss of life of dozens of civilians and regional security officers, the Amhara Regional State has asked for the intervention of the federal security forces including the army to solve the security problems’ plaguing the region, The Reporter has learnt.

PM Abiy meets Afar, Somali leadership

Days after the recent killings of civilians in the Afar as well as in Somali Regional States, the federal government has finally broke its silence, whereby Prime Minster Abiy Ahmed (PhD) has met with the leadership of the two regions to discuss over the issue, The Reporter has learnt.

Mass protest hits Bahir Dar

Bahir Dar, the capital city of the Amhara Regional State, saw a rare mass protest in recent times where police had to use teargas to disperse protestors, The Reporter has learnt.

ZemZem raises 1.2 bln in subscribed capital

Months after it started selling its shares, ZemZem Bank – which is to be the first recognized full-fledged Islamic banking institution – has managed to raise more than 600 million birr in paid-up capital, and has registered a subscribed capital of 1.2 billion birr, The Reporter has learnt.

Navigating uncharted water: the Nile hype  

True to the national narrative on the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD), the Egyptian media has always been instrumental in pushing Egypt’s real or...

US calls for calm discussion over GERD

In an unprecedented turn of events, US government asks Egypt, Ethiopia and Sudan to overcome their difference over the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) and try to find a solution to the Nile issue, The Reporter has learnt.

Ethiopia to procure wheat for emergency relief

In a bid to help those in need of assistance, the Ethiopian government is to procure another round wheat purchase amounting to 200,000 metric tons, The Reporter has learnt.

Massive wheat import on the pipeline

In a bid to stabilize the market, the Government of Ethiopia is to procure another batch of wheat amounting to 400,000 tons, The Reporter has learnt.

GERD politics: back to square one?

The Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD), the ambitious project which Ethiopia kicked off almost eight years ago, is once again raising tensions between Ethiopia and Egypt.