The Government of Japan is set to honor Tegegnework Gettu (PhD), the former United Nations Under-secretary General and former UNDP Associate Administrator, with the Order of the Rising Sun, Gold and Silver Star for the year 2020.
The National Intelligence and Security Service (NISS) of Ethiopia has announced the arrest of 24 individuals, who are accused of plotting to incite violence in Gambella regional state, located in Western Ethiopia.
Thirty-seven households that reside around Greek School in the vicinities of Dembel City Center told The Reporter that they were told to vacate their residences to make way for the expansion of the Oromia President’s office.
As war breaks out in Tigray, international humanitarian organizations engaged in humanitarian activities in Ethiopia warned that the number of people in need of food and humanitarian assistance will rise.
At least two pharmaceuticals and one food processing Indonesian company have finalized their business assessment to invest in Ethiopia, the Indonesian Ambassador to Ethiopia Al Busyra Basnur told The Reporter on November 5, 2020.
As the United States Presidential election enters uncharted territory with a cliffhanger coupled with a divided Democratic House and a Republican Senate, two Americans with roots in Ethiopia have become a City Councilor and a State Senator, achieving an Ethiopian–American political milestone.
After setting the record for an initial paid up capital for a new entrant bank in the Ethiopian banking industry, Amhara Bank keeps on selling shares to interested Ethiopians and foreigners of Ethiopian Origin.