Tuesday, April 23, 2024
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Sisay Sahlu

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213 ARTICLE

Internet blackouts, fuel shortages hobble business, humanitarian response in Amhara region

Internet blackouts, fuel scarcity, and transport disruptions in the Amhara region pose serious difficulties for the public and humanitarian agencies attempting to reach millions...

Kombolcha to Lalibela: a stifling voyage through conflict-torn Wollo

The federal government’s heavy-handed approach to a state of emergency declared in response to the violent clashes in the Amhara Regional State since last...

Lalibela’s residents stranded as war extinguishes beacon of tourism

Calls for humanitarian assistance for 83,000 who call UNSECO site home  Unabated fighting between federal forces and armed groups in the Amhara region has exacerbated...

Parliament fixes minimum monthly wage for domestic workers in Jordan at USD 275

Parliament has set the minimum wage for Ethiopian domestic workers employed in Jordan at USD 275 a month after taxes. It will apply to...

Dutch firms eager for agri investment, wary of security, forex gaps

Dutch companies play a significant role as investors and trade partners in Ethiopia's agriculture, horticultural, and livestock industries at large, while the Dutch government...

Election Board suspends ‘One Ethiopia’ party over financial fraud allegations

Authorities of the National Election Board of Ethiopia (NEBE) have suspended the One Ethiopia Democratic Party and its leaders pending a criminal investigation into...

Media Council decries critical financial woes, misinformation, fading press freedom

The Ethiopian Media Council (EMC) cautions that rising printing and broadcast-related costs, rampant misinformation on digital platforms, falling advertisement revenues, and shifting consumer habits...

“We understand one another”: Jordan keen to cultivate Africa relations

Among the many foreign dignitaries and diplomats to visit Addis Ababa over the last couple of weeks was Makram Mustafa Queisi, minister of Tourism...

Labor Minister blames banks for withholding SME credit, seeks help from Parliament

Ethiopian domestic workers in Saudi outnumber Filipino counterparts. Officials at the Ministry of Labor and Skills have accused commercial banks of failing to provide adequate levels...

UN Security Council redirects Somaliland dispute to IGAD, AU

The UN Security Council recommends that Ethiopia and Somalia resolve their differences through IGAD and the AU, disclosed Meles Alem (Amb.), spokesperson for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

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