Tuesday, January 31, 2023

Tag: unrest 

Ministry working to resolve mining disputes

EEITI launches second country report The Ministry of Mines, Petroleum and Natural Gas disclosed that it is working on resolving the disputes that erupted among mining companies and local communities in some parts of the country.

Clash in Harar’s Hamaressa IDPs camp leaves 4 dead

Four individuals, including a police officer, died yesterday in a clash between security forces and the youth in Harar, Hamaressa camp that houses Internally...

Eskinder, Andualem et al to go free

Capitalizing on the government’s decision to release additional 746 prisoners including a renowned political commentator and former newspaper publisher, Eskinder Nega, and opposition politician, Andualem Arage, political activists are calling for further widening of the political space and better media environment in Ethiopia.

Former army chief calls for establishment of independent commission

Former Chief of Staff of the Ethiopian Armed Forces, Tsadkan Gebretensae (Let. Gen.), called for the establishment of an independent commission, to prepare a level political playing field for the upcoming elections, if Ethiopia is to shrug off its current challenges and become a stable country.

UN says million displaced in Oromia-Somali conflict

A new report jointly released by the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (UNOCHA), the National Disaster Risk Management Commission (NDRMC) and International Organization for Migration (IOM) indicated that close to one million people have been displaced due to the conflict along the borders of the Oromia and Ethiopian Somali regional states.


Central bank bans consignment payment for beef exports

-Exporters must get full payment before shipping - Experts are...

Almost half of CSOs in Tigray remain inactive

Some have lost personnel, managerial staffs to war Nearly half...

Four Tigray cities need five billion birr to repair water infrastructure

3.2 million people face water shortage Up to five billion...

Chinese-funded road project in jeopardy, as debt restructuring delays

Financing for the project may come from government coffers The...