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Residents fear evictions as real estate developer clears forest  

Residents of Yeka Sub city, where one of the few surviving forests in Addis Ababa has been preserved, have vehemently expressed their frustrations over the City Administration, as a real estate developer began to clear down 40,000 square meters of woodland, warning dozens of evictions, The Reporter has learnt.  

Drug mules bound for Asia

A growing number of Ethiopian and International citizens are becoming victims of a drug mule allegedly orchestrated by Nigerian drug-lords operating within Ethiopia. 

Africa CDC says continent on high alert for Covid-19

The Africa Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (Africa CDC) headquartered at the African Union (AU) said the continent is on a high alert to deter the potential arrival of covid-19, The Reporter has learnt. The explosive spread of Coronavirus (Covid-19) outbreak has infected more than 75,000 people and killed more than 2,000.

The Gates look back at 20 years of philanthropy 

Billionaire philanthropists, Bill and Melinda Gates in their 2020 Annual Letter, a review of the foundation’s activities every year, which they have released this week, has celebrated the progress made over the past two decades in alleviating poverty and tackling health issues across the world, where Ethiopia was cited as most progressive, The Reporter has learnt.  

Ethiopian Airlines continues China flights as others suspend

As dozens of major airlines around the world cancel flights to China as a precaution over the outbreak of coronavirus, Ethiopian Airlines has refused to follow suit. This comes as the World Health Organization (WHO) declared the virus as a “global health emergency.”