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Manhunt for Hachalu’s killer afoot
Manhunt for Hachalu’s killer afoot
Attorney General Adanech Abiebie said that there are now two suspects – Tilahun Yami and Abdi Alemayehu – under custody for the killing of Hachalu Hundessa. However, she added, there are more suspects that have yet to be apprehended.
PM confident over national debt
PM confident over national debt
Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed (PhD) expressed his confidence over his government’s ability to manage Ethiopia’s overall debt stress, as his administration presented a total budget outlay of 476 billion birr for the upcoming Ethiopia budget year, early this week.
Haile-Selassie statue in London vandalized
Haile-Selassie statue in London vandalized
A monument that was erected in honor of Ethiopia’s Emperor Haile-Selassie in the United Kingdom has been destroyed by vandals. Found in a park in the South West of London, in the Wimbledon area, it was said to be erected during the rule of the Emperor.
Eutelsat, DSTV knocked two Tigrai-based broadcasters off air
Eutelsat, DSTV knocked two Tigrai-based broadcasters off air
In connection with the recent violence that erupted following the killing of Hachalu Hundessa in the capital Addis Ababa, two satellite television service providers, which are widely-used in Ethiopia, Eutelsat and DSTV have taken measures to block two Ethiopian broadcasters, Tigrai TV and Dimtsi Woyane TV, this week.
Auditor General to reveal report to media if parliament fails to convene
The Federal Auditor General has announced that it is going to release its audit report findings of the year 2011 (2018/19) if the House of People’s Representatives (HPR) refuses to call an extraordinary session to hear about the stated period’s audit and performance findings.
Petroleum enterprise seeks fund for new fuel depot
Petroleum enterprise seeks fund for new fuel depot
The Ethiopian Petroleum Supply Enterprise (EPSE) is looking for funds for the construction of a new national fuel depot.
Cement sales goes online
Cement sales goes online
A local online trading company – Dumbulo Shopping Solutions – has begun selling cement online.
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Working on protecting human rights of migrants
Working on protecting human rights of migrants
Mohammed Abdiker is the Regional Director of the International Organization for Migration (IOM) – the UN Migration Agency for East and the Horn of Africa.
Microsoft 4Afrika’s third SkillsLab Launched in Ethiopia
Microsoft 4Afrika’s third SkillsLab Launched in Ethiopia
In its ongoing efforts to close the digital skills gap in Africa, Microsoft 4Afrika has launched its third SkillsLab in Ethiopia.
Determined to create the most suitable city
Determined to create the most suitable city
As the seat of the headquarters of the Africa Union (AU) and many international and continental organizations, Addis Ababa is considered by many as the “Diplomatic Capital” of Africa.
Navigating through the storms
Navigating through the storms
The COVID-19 pandemic has brought down the airline industry to its knees. Globally, more than 13,000 aircraft are grounded and many airlines have declared bankruptcy.
“We call upon the Prime Minister to publicly order the security forces to immediately stop the use of extrajudicial executions”
“We call upon the Prime Minister to publicly order the security forces to immediately stop the use of extrajudicial executions”
This week, Amnesty International released a damning report on the status of human rights in Ethiopia. It highlights some of the positive reforms that have taken place in the last few years, but also focuses on the “horrendous human rights violations in inter-communal clashes and armed skirmishes”.
Working towards shaping legal education
Working towards shaping legal education
Leah Mehari is the head of Students Career Development Unit, CLGS at Addis Ababa University as well as an assistant lecturer of its School of Law.
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