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Cure Ethiopia celebrates 10 years in treatment

The renowned Cure Children Hospital of Ethiopia marked its 10th year anniversary on Tuesday in the presence of President SahleworkZewde of Ethiopia and Trevor Rees-Jones, aTexan multi-billionaire oil tycoon who is also the founder of Rees Jones Foundation anda major donor to the hospital in ShiroMeda.

Ethiopia to host biggest trade faire 

The 3rd edition of the international trade show, agrofood&plastprintpackof Ethiopia, scheduled to take place from 09-11 May, 2019, is said to be the biggest exhibition ever to be hosted in the country, The Reporter has learnt.

 Team Ethiopia at EU

Concluding his first World Economic Forum (WEF) stint at Davos, Switzerland, and having delivered his first address to one of the most prestigious gathering of the global elite, Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed (PhD) paid a short visit to the snowy capital of the European Union (EU) where he wandered the halls of the EU Commission and schmoozed powerful men at Brussels including Donald Tusk, European Council President, Jean-Claude Juncker,European Union Commission President, and Federica Mogherini, EU Commission Vice President and High Representative of the EU for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy. 

Commission considers legal actions against flower farms

The Federal Environment, Forest and Climate Changes Commission and the Oromia Environment, Forest and Climate Changes Authority are considering duplicating the legal measures taken against tanneries,for what was said to be a repeated environmental pollution offenses, on flower farms in various location in the country and the regional state, The Reporter has learnt.

Ethiopia misses export target yet again

Withthe country struggling to contend with the extended security crisis, more reports are emerging revealing an alarming trendin the performance of Ethiopia’sexport sectorasthe Ministry of Trade and Industry (MoTI) continues tograpple with illicittrade activities.

Protest engulfs Dire Dawa

The Federally administered Dire Dawa City has witnessed a week of protest and violence which expanded to most parts of the city towards end of the week, The Reporterhas learnt.