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Ethiopia provides support to South Sudan’s army

In an attempt to support the implementation of the South Sudanese peace agreement, Ethiopia is providing material support to South Sudan’s National Pre-Transitional Committee (NPTC), the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ethiopia (MoFA) said this week.

EPRDF denouncesTPLF’s stance over unified party

The Ethiopian People’s Revolutionary Democratic Front (EPRDF) has downplayed the recent strongly-worded statement issued by the Tigray People Revolutionary Liberation Front (TPLF), one of its member parties, in relation to the ongoing efforts to create a unified party structure; the statement by TPLF violates the discipline and the working procedures of the front, the council lamented.

Amhara requests Federal interventionto control violence in Gondor

Rocked by weeks of violence,and loss of life of dozens of civilians and regional security officers, the Amhara Regional State has asked for the intervention of the federal security forces including the army to solve the security problems’ plaguing the region, The Reporter has learnt.

PM Abiy meets Afar, Somali leadership

Days after the recent killings of civilians in the Afar as well as in Somali Regional States, the federal government has finally broke its silence, whereby Prime Minster Abiy Ahmed (PhD) has met with the leadership of the two regions to discuss over the issue, The Reporter has learnt.

Dissecting Sahle-work’s remarks

Kicking off the new Parliamentary Year and making history along the way in becoming the first Female President to address the Joint Session of the two Houses, President Sahle-work Zewde has presented the government’s agenda for the coming year.

Mass protest hits Bahir Dar

Bahir Dar, the capital city of the Amhara Regional State, saw a rare mass protest in recent times where police had to use teargas to disperse protestors, The Reporter has learnt.

A Nobel Laureate

The Norwegian Nobel Committee has given the 2019 Nobel Peace Prize to Ethiopian Prime Minister, Abiy Ahmed (PhD). The historic win places the 43-year old among 99 candidates who won one of the most prestigious honors since it was founded in 1901.

Navigating uncharted water: the Nile hype  

True to the national narrative on the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD), the Egyptian media has always been instrumental in pushing Egypt’s real or assumed concerns over the dam’s impact on the nation and its future.

US calls for calm discussion over GERD

In an unprecedented turn of events, US government asks Egypt, Ethiopia and Sudan to overcome their difference over the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) and try to find a solution to the Nile issue, The Reporter has learnt.