Wednesday, May 31, 2023

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Samuel Getachew

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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

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.

UN Human Rights Commissioner calls for inquiry into the Mai-Kadra massacre

The United Nations Human Rights Commissioner, Michelle Bachelet, called for a full inquiry into the Mai-Kadra massacre after Amnesty International (AI) released a report confirming the situation.

Government appoints new leader for Tigray

As the conflict between the Ethiopian government and the Tigray People’s Liberation Front (TPLF) moves into a second week, Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed (PhD) announced a new leadership for the State of Tigray in a provisional administration to be set up in the region.  

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

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.

Japan to honor Ethiopian former UN executive

The Government of Japan is set to honor Tegegnework Gettu (PhD), the former United Nations Under-secretary General and former UNDP Associate Administrator, with the Order of the Rising Sun, Gold and Silver Star for the year 2020. 

Ethiopian-Americans win Council, Senate Seats

As the United States Presidential election enters uncharted territory with a cliffhanger coupled with a divided Democratic House and a Republican Senate, two Americans with roots in Ethiopia have become a City Councilor and a State Senator, achieving an Ethiopian–American political milestone. 

Ethiopian political activism in US elections

A Harvard educated lawyer who had made an impression at the Democratic Convention four years ago when he was given a speaking slot to appease the African American elector who might have been slighted by the choice of John Edward as a running mate, the 43 year old became a standout sensation and gave the Democrats its future President.

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.


“Massive” cyber attack crashes African Union’s system

Cyber attackers prey on the African Union, resulting in...

Kenya’s GMO plans disrupted, but Ethiopia pushes forward with testing

The Kenyan government's move to import Genetically Modified Organisms...

Eritrean forces still occupy several woredas and kebeles in Tigray, officials

They demand to ensure the sovereignty of the country...

Tigray disarmament reaches “critical stage”, 85% heavy weapons surrendered

- AU team plans to visit Humera and western...