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Yonas Abiye

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Biden greenlights sanctions on Ethiopia

The United States President, Joe Biden signed an executive order paving the way for the US Treasury and the Department of State to sanction Ethiopia over the prolonged war in the northern part of the country.

Business magazine celebrates a decade of service

Established by a young aspiring journalist in 2011, Ethiopian Business Review (EBR) celebrated its 10th anniversary on Tuesday, September 14, 2021, at Radisson Blue hotel.

To Negotiate or Not, that is the question

Last week the East African reported that the African Union (AU) asked the Ethiopian government to cancel the terrorist designation of the Tigray People’s Liberation Front (TPLF) for the sake of negotiations. The report further noted that such a scenario requires the TPLF to lay down arms and allow elections to be held in the Tigray region.

Searching for NAM’s relevance between the cracks

Serbian Foreign Minister, Nikola Selakovic, invited members of the Non-Aligned Movement (NAM) to attend an event his country organized to mark the 60th anniversary of the first NAM conference held in Belgrade in 1961. He pointed out that Serbia would organize the event with current NAM Chair – Azerbaijan.

EZEMA wins court battle over election

The Ethiopian Citizens for Social Justice (EZEMA) won a court battle over complaints it lodged a month ago for a re-run of elections in four constituencies.

“Unverified information causes panic among the public,”

Musteffa Worku, Assistant Professor at the University of Gonder Musteffa Worku is an assistant Professor at the School of journalism and Communication of the University...

ERA partially opens Abay Gorge road blockage  

A week after a landslide in the Blue Nile Gorge fully blocked movement of vehicles between the Oromia town of Goha Tsion and the Amhara region town of Dejene, the Ethiopian Road Authority (ERA) announced that the blockage has partially been removed, allowing vehicles to pass in a single lane as of Thursday night.

 Excise tax hikes lead to fewer vehicle title certificates

In relation with the full enforcement of the excise tax law, the Federal Transport Authority has, for the first time in over a decades, issued fewer title certificates to new entrant vehicles to roll over the roads of the country, The Reporter has learnt.

Ministry pledges students will complete their education

The Ministry of Science and Higher Education announced it is figuring out possible ways to help the thousands of students that were stranded in universities in Tigray to complete their academic year as well as graduate.

Accusing the ‘good samaritan’

In a time of conflict or any sort of crisis, the role of NGOs or agents of aid agencies are instrumental in addressing humanitarian crises. However, that does not mean all humanitarian agencies are solely humanitarian. Humanitarian intervention has become an instrument of foreign policy.