Ethiopia welcomes Egypt’s move to rejoin NBI

    Ethiopia has hailed Egypt’s recent move to rejoin the Nile Basin Initiative (NBI) after withdrawing it in 2010 objecting the Cooperative Framework Agreement (CFA) deemed to put an end the colonial treaties on the Nile River.

    Police clash with protestors in Gonder days after peaceful demo

    PM tells public to refrain A new clash between security forces and protestors reignited yesterday in Gonder town of the Amhara Regional State in connection with what sources said is because of a delayed court case of Demeke Tsegaye (Col.), one of the prominent members of the Welkait Amhara Identity Committee, who has been under police custody.

    The win-win situation on the GERD

    After the announcement of the construction of the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam in 2011, Ethiopia, Egypt and Sudan have been at loggerheads with regards to the project.
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    Court hands down sentences to Semayawi Party members

     Former party PR to defend charge The 14th Criminal Bench of the Federal High Court has handed down sentences to three senior officials of Semayawi Party, who were allegedly caught making their way to Eritrea to join the armed struggle group Ginbot 7 (a group labeled as a terrorist organization by the House of People’s Representatives) on Friday.

    IGAD Plus to push for Machar’s restoration

    In a closed session held yesterday at Sheraton Addis, the regional block, the Intergovernmental Authority on Development (IGAD), is working hard to bring back Riek Machar (PhD) to his previous position as First Vice  President of the National Unity Government of South Sudan (NUGSS).

    Abadula defends protests handling criticism

    The House of People’s Representatives (HoPR), which has been criticized for its sluggish response to the Oromia and Amhara protests and Gambella massacres, defended its position by saying that it preformed its duties in accordance with the law citing jurisdictional limitations.
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    The first year of the EPRDF controlled parliament

    Last week, the Speaker of HoPR, Abadulla Gemeda, closed the House for a two-month recess according to the rules inscribed in the parliamentary regulation of Ethiopia.

    World Peace Foundation calls on AU to “return to its founding principles”

    In a report it submitted to the African Union (AU), the World Peace Foundation (WPF) suggested the African block should return to its basic and founding principles including ensuring collective security and constitutional democracy.

    Ethiopia abstains UN online freedom resolution

    Ethiopia has refrained from voting on the United Nations online freedom resolution, which reaffirms internet access as a human right and condemns any country which disrupts internet access of citizens in violation of this international human right.
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    Fatal clashes in Gondar, Debark among residents, security forces

    Residents of Gondar and Debark towns of the Amhara Regional State clashed with government security forces for three days (July 12-13) causing at least six people to lose their lives and incur damage of property.
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