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Tag: Tigray

Damage to telecom infrastructure could cost up to 5.1 bln

Sensitivity analysis conducted by ethio telecom projected that the ongoing war in the north and destruction of telecom infrastructure in different parts of the country might cause the loss of 5.1 billion birr, CEO of ethio telecom, Frehiwot Tamru stated during a publicity session on August 20, 2021 at Hyatt Regency Hotel.

Feltman set to visit Ethiopia again

The US State Department announced earlier on Friday that US President Joe Biden will be sending his special envoy to the Horn of Africa, Jeffrey Feltman, to Ethiopia again, in an effort to push for an end to the ongoing war in the northern parts of the country.

11 CSOs under scrutiny for alleged fraudulent activity

The Agency for Civil Society Organizations (ACSO) is launching an investigation on 11 civil society organizations working in different parts of the country for an alleged involvement in illegal activities, The Reporter has learnt.

Ministry pledges students will complete their education

The Ministry of Science and Higher Education announced it is figuring out possible ways to help the thousands of students that were stranded in universities in Tigray to complete their academic year as well as graduate.

Families of stranded students plead with the UN

Thousands of family members of students stranded in universities located in Tigray regional state following the unilateral ceasefire by the federal government, have staged a demonstration on Friday, July 23, 2021, in front of the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa (UN-ECA) and pleaded with the UN agency to facilitate a means to repatriate students.