Wednesday, July 17, 2024

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Yonas Abiye

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Ethiopian becomes President of SOS Children’s Villages

SOS Children’s Villages elected Ethiopian Dereje Wordofa (PhD) as its new President, effective as of Thursday, June 24, 2021.

ENDF dismisses reports that TPLF controlled places

ENDF dismissed media reports that the Tigray People’s Liberation Front (TPLF) had taken control of different places in Tigray at a media briefing on Thursday.

Election in Hawassa  

The Reporter observed that voting started on time in Hawassa. Election officers at different polling stations such as Gudu Malle-5, Piazza and Menaherya told The Reporter that the election is going peacefully and they have not faced any shortage of materials.

Zonal admin says 4 gunmen killed by militia

A day after the shocking killing of at least 10 people (eight engineers, a driver and a local woman) by the Oromo Liberation Front (OLF) wing a.k.a OLF-Shene in West Shoa of Oromia Regional State, local militia have killed at least four of the assailant gunmen, while the remaining are being tracked down, the Zonal Administrator confirmed to The Reporter.

Commission urges law enforcement to respect rights

The Ethiopia Human Rights Commission (EHRC) warned regional and federal law enforcement bodies to show maximum restraint from violating human rights in anyway, when millions of citizens go to polls to cast their votes.

Sugar industry –A bitter project

Tendaho of the lower Awash river in Afar, Kuraz of Omo River, Beles I and II of the highlands of the Amhara region, and Arjo Dedesa of Oromia regional state are just a few of the more than 10 mega sugar projects launched by the government across the country.

Ernst & Young to advise privatization of sugar factories

Ernest & Young Global Ltd won a bid floated by the Public Enterprises Holding and Administration Agency to advice the government in its preparations to privatize state owned sugar industries.

PMO reveals crimes against civilians during the war in Tigray

After months of accusations forwarded by Western governments over the widespread violation of human rights and denial of access to aid in Tigray regional state, the Ethiopian government admitted that crimes against civilians were committed by the Ethiopian National Defense Forces (ENDF) during the war in the region.

 “Current election key to form democratic system through time”

Tsion Engidaye, Head of Youth Affairs and member of the National Executive Council of Ethiopian Citizens for Social Justice Born in Addis Ababa in 1996,...

ENDF claim quashing armed groups set for Tigray

The Ethiopian National Defense Forces (ENDF) announced that the army has destroyed three armed groups that attempted to enter the country from Sudan with the mission of salvaging the leadership of the Tigray People’s Liberation Front (TPLF).