Sunday, April 14, 2024

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The Brexit quagmire:Could it reach Ethiopian...

On May 23, the United Kingdom voted to leave the European Union. Granted the votes are merely advisory referendums, the impact of the decision looks to be reverberating across the global economy.

Why Ethiopia is on track to...

Ethiopia seems to be attracting the attention of economists interested in Africa, and for good reason. Except for Rwanda, Ethiopia is the only African country whose economic growth has been consistently high for more than a decade without relying on a natural resource boom.

War drums and centrifugal forces in...

The second youngest African nation, Eritrea is once again struggling to extricate itself from a diplomatic and military quagmire after only two decades of...

Are some refugees more equal than...

This year, the world has experienced a series of calamitous events related to terrorism, wars, and instabilities. By the same token, a new report from the UN revealed that there are now more refugees on Earth than ever before in human history.
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Human rights in Ethiopia: a lot...

Almost two decades after the introduction of the FDRE Constitution, Ethiopia introduced the National Human Rights Action Plan which aimed at increasing the applicability of the human and democratic rights enshrined in the supreme law of the land.

Ethiopia’s alliance with global aviation industry

The aviation industry is hampered by slim profit margins, forcing carriers to focus on both cost reduction and revenue growth through better customer interactions.

Has Eritrea’s migration problem been exaggerated?

The migration crisis in Europe has thrust Eritrea under the spotlight. Last year, more people fled to Europe from this small, secretive nation than from any other African country. The BBC's Mary Harper has gained rare access.

Short of expectations

One year after the last salary and scale adjustment to the government employees was made the government proposed the long-awaited amendment to the employee tax schedule this week.
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The perpetual challenge

Addis Ababa stretches on approximately 52,000 hectares and this is part of the land bank that was established back in 2013.

The perpetual challenge

Addis Ababa stretches on approximately 52,000 hectares and this is part of the land bank that was established back in 2013.

Learning from German precision

Sheldon Lee Cooper, a fictional character from the hit CBS television sitcom The Big Bang Theory, has genius level IQ, but displays an almost total lack of social skills, a weak understanding of conventional humor, and difficulty recognizing irony and sarcasm in other people.

The tough task of reviving Somalia

Iman (fashion), Warsan Shire (poetry), Mohammed Farrah (Athletics) and K’naan (rap music) are famous Somalis or those of Somali origin who have become global household names.
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