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Risking lives in silence

A hidden health crisis unfolds as unsafe abortions endanger...

Bridging Continents

Inspired by Indonesia - Youth aspire for unity,growth "Unity in...

Ethiopia’s job market

Rising Unemployment, shady job agencies   Mekdes Shimeles, a 24-year-old recent...

Struggles of High-Rise Living

Located on the western outskirts of AddisAbaba, the Asko...

Safety stuck on floor 1: Addis’ neglected elevators

Before properly looking at how elevators in neighboring countries...
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Forgotten and forsaken: Tigray’s women struggle for help

Hewyet fights alone as government turns a blind eye Every day, a steady stream of women and girls flock to the compound nestled in Mekelle,...

No way home for more than 3 million IDPs withering in camps

Her young son sat still at her feet and tears streamed down her face as Tibletsi Kassa waved her hand, gesturing at the bare...

Security, financial constraints, administrative inconsistencies weigh down vital pharma supply chain

Every day, Sidama Regional State’s Adare General Hospital is the setting for a flood of patients who swarm its premises in desperate search of...

Casualties of change: the impact of Addis Ababa’s booming redevelopment projects

Hayat Kader, 28, works as a waitress at one of the many restaurants dotting the streets of Piassa, the historic neighborhood in the heart...

Lines of frustration in limbo land

Where passport backlogs, bureaucrats and broken dreams abound Hundreds have been lining up daily around the busy Goteraarea in Addis Ababa. The queue stretches for...

Breaking the glass ceiling, turning the tide

Summit amplifies need for more women to take the reins in Africa. Recurring conflicts and devastating famine continue to disproportionately impact African communities and take...

From the “Water Tower of Africa” to the “Pearl of Africa”

Discovering a new meaning of home in Uganda’s natural splendor Steeped in natural beauty and cultural diversity, East Africa is a treasure trove for adventurous...

“Inappropriate and Immoral”: Gov’t Upbraids Auction of 19th-century relic.

A government committee tasked with securing the return of historic artifacts has formally requested an UK-based auction house to call off plans to sell...

Rescue eludes Delanta’s desperate trapped opal miners

A breadwinner for two households – his own and that of his parents – Meragiyaw Abebe is an artisanal miner who depends on the...

Redefining education amidst conflict, as young minds seek knowledge against all odds

A University journey through trials and triumph For many young Ethiopians seeking to further their education, more stands between them and acceptance into university than...
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Time for Eritrean troops to leave Ethiopia

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The price of new automobiles has dropped significantly in...

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