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Ethiopia poised to start vaccine trials

As the whole world rushes to find a vaccine for the coronavirus pandemic, the majority of African nations have expressed their willingness to conduct a vaccine test in their homeland.

Flash flood destroys agri research center

As heavy rainfall continues to batter the Oromia and Afar Regional States, flash flood is reported to have destroyed the Worer Research center, an important agricultural research lab,  causing an irreversible damage to expensive  projects and the surrounding area, after the Awash River burst its bank on Thursday, September o3, 2020, The Reporter has learnt.

Diaspora Trust Fund releases initial grants

The Ethiopian Diaspora Trust Fund (EDTF) has announced the release of funds collected from voluntary contributions of Ethiopians living abroad, and started to be deposited to beneficiary local NGO accounts, starting this week.

Ethio-American receives presidential honor

Mulatu Lemma (PhD), an Ethiopian American has been awarded the Presidential Award of Excellence by President Donald J. Trump. The mathematics professor of Savannah State University, from the historical black college in Georgia was noted among 12 recipients across the nation.

Demand soaring for skin whitening cream

Near the Addis Ababa Stadium, around the area once known as an Armenian ghetto during the old era of Emperor Haile Selassie of beautiful architectures currently used mainly as pharmacies and bank branches, there were young women who had come to purchase a famous lotion.