Grenade attack hits police camp in Oromia
A grenade attack targeting a police camp in Burayu town, in Oromia Special Zone, some 20 kilometers North West of Addis Ababa, has left nine people injured, The Reporter has learnt.
Fed police to shakes things up with reform
Following suit with the Security Sector Reform, the Ethiopian Federal Police Commission announced this week that it is stepping up with its reform fervor, remodeling the institution in way that better fits the operational needs of the law enforcement agency and the changing nature of criminal acts in the country.
Federal Police warns “suspects in hiding”
The Federal Police Commission underscored today that suspects for whom arrest warrants have already been issued will not be on the run forever; and that their momentary disappearance does not imply that they will be free. This was said during a press conference held by the Commissioner General of the Federal Police Commission, Endeshaw Tassew, on Thursday, February 21, 2019, at the Headquarters of the Commission.
MetEC management, Security members detained
More than 40 former officials of the Metals and Engineering Corporation (MetEC) and members of intelligence have been detained, The Reporter has learnt.
Overnight shoot-out at Bole Road claims four lives
An unidentified man who is a member of the Federal Police Commission has been involved in a scuffle which ended up costing the lives of four federal police officers, including his, The Reporter has learnt.
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