Wednesday, February 28, 2024

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Restructuring the justice system always demands an open mind

The incessant experimentation the ruling Ethiopian Peoples’ Revolutionary Democratic Front (EPRDF) has been undertaking over the past 25 years has led to the commission of a series of mistakes that cost the nation dear.

King of Ethiopian saxophone passes at age 81

Legendary Ethiopian saxophonist Getachew Mekuria passed away this week at the age of 81. Getachew began his musical studies on traditional Ethiopian instruments such as...

EU extends EUR 122.5 mln emergency aid for response in Ethiopia

European Commission has announced EUR 122.5 million for Ethiopia to address the immediate needs of people affected by the El Niño-driven drought in Ethiopia.

Ethiopia, US hold Bila

Ethiopia and the United States have reportedly held the 6th Bilateral Democracy, Governance and Human Rights Working Group meeting on Tuesday.

Towards mitigating global warming

Global warming is tending to become one of mankind’s existential threats. Ethiopia is not immune to the effects of this phenomenon.

Julie Mehretu to be honored with Skowhegan Medal

This month, Julie Mehretu will be honored by the prestigious US arts institution, The Skowhegan School of Painting and will receive the medal for painting at its 70th anniversary celebration and 2016 Awards Dinner that will be held in New York City on April 26.

Safeguarding the public from unscrupulous swindlers

The rank of swindlers intent on robbing the public under the guise of legally sanctioned business operations is swelling alarmingly.

One woman show @ Alliance Ethio-Française

The French artist Laure Bontaz presented her one woman show entitled: “Laurete de Paname” on March 24, 2016 at the Alliance Ethio-Française here in Addis Ababa.

Low healthcare financing risks development in Ethiopia

During the UN Secretary General’s High-Level Panel held in Johannesburg on Thursday, civic society organizations warned that low income countries with promising development boom risk it all when there is insufficient healthcare financing.

Grand Imam says Ethiopia’s Christian king protected early Muslims

“Without Abyssinia [modern day Ethiopia] and its Christian king who protected [the first Muslims], Islam would have been destroyed in its cradle,” Grand Imam of Al-Azhar, Sheikh Ahmed Al-Tayeb, said.