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Exuberant faithful
Exuberant faithful
Timket or the Ethiopian Orthodox Church celebration of the Epiphany is among the predominant holidays in Christianity in Ethiopia.
Defense Ministry confirms Al-Shabaab attack on Ethiopian Army in Somalia
Defense Ministry confirms Al-Shabaab attack on Ethiopian Army in Somalia
The Ministry of Defense has confirmed that Al Shabaab has attacked a convoy carrying Ethiopian soldiers who were on a peacekeeping mission in Somalia.
Addis Ababa mayor warns fuel stations
Addis Ababa mayor warns fuel stations
The Addis Ababa city administration deputy mayor Takele Uma (Eng.) has warned gas stations and petroleum companies operating in the city to properly discharge their responsibility.  
IDPs continue to climb in Ethiopia
A new report released by the International Organization for Migration (IOM) indicated that the number of people internally displaced has continued to grow over the past two months. The recent report shows that the figure has increased from two million to 2.33 million people displaced.
NISS lifts travel ban imposed on over 3,000 individuals
NISS lifts travel ban imposed on over 3,000 individuals
The National Intelligence and Security Service (NISS) disclosed that it has lifted the travel ban it has imposed on over 3000 individuals. This was disclosed on Thursday after Members of Parliament made an official visit to the headquarters of NISS for the first time.
 Coffee fetches USD 334 mln, declines by USD 48 mln
 Coffee fetches USD 334 mln, declines by USD 48 mln
The export of some 104,000 tons of coffee has generated USD 334 million. When added with the USD five million generated from spices exports and USD 1.6 million from tea; the total export value Ethiopia has bagged during the current half fiscal year stands at USD 340 million.
PPP approves six solar projects worthUSD 800 mil
PPP approves six solar projects worthUSD 800 mil
The newly formed Public Private Partnership (PPP) Board has approved six solar energy projects at a cost of USD 798 million with capacitytogenerate some 750 megawatt of electricity. 
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“The strongest leaders are turning out to be women”
“The strongest leaders are turning out to be women”
James Maskalyk (MD) is a noted Canadian doctor and author of a new book titled, “Life on the Ground Floor”, which is to be translated in Amharic.
“We plan to increase the number of animals we assist by nearly 300 percent over the next five years”
“We plan to increase the number of animals we assist by nearly 300 percent over the next five years”
Geoffrey Dennis is the Chief Executive of SPANA (The Society for the Protection of Animals Abroad). He has had a long career with the Red Cross and been stationed in nations such Somalia, North Korea, Indonesia, notably in the midst of the 2004 tsunami and the former Yugoslavia.
Rivalry for Africa
Rivalry for Africa
Gedion G. Jalata is one of the few researchers who have broadly studied Chia and its political and economic relations with African countries.
“Companies coming to Ethiopia should be encouraged to invest heavily in education of their employees”
“Companies coming to Ethiopia should be encouraged to invest heavily in education of their employees”
Sam Rosmarin is an American strategist based in Ethiopia and has become a noted advocate for investment to the nation.
Closer look at Banking and Finance
Closer look at Banking and Finance
Abdulmenan Mohammed is a seasoned accountant and well-known commentator in Ethiopian print media. Currently based in the UK, Abdulmenan is works for a premium property management company as an accounts manager.
"The wind of reform will have important reflections on the future of Ethiopia"
"The wind of reform will have important reflections on the future of Ethiopia"
Fatih Ulusoy is the outgoing ambassador of Turkey to Ethiopia and the African Union. Mere days before he departs from the capital, he reflects with Samuel Getachew of The Reporter on the highlights of his time in his nations biggest trading partner in the continet, Turkey’s contirbution to Ethiopia and how he envisions the relationship to be as President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan's scheduled to visit Ethipopia next year. Excerpts:
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