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We have lift off!

Following a morning of euphoria regarding the launch of the first Ethiopian satellite, a multi-spectral wide-rage microsatellite—ETRSS-1— Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed (PhD) has announced on Friday that the initiative to have eyes in space was a dream of his which he said started pursuing some 12 years ago when he was an associate with Information Network Security Agency (INSA).

 In honor of nobel laureate

In Oslo, the capital of Norway, Abiy Ahmed (PhD) was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize this week.  Taking the stage of the most prestigious peace prize, the first Ethiopian to do so, the Prime Minister reflected on his humble beginning, peaceful co-existence, human rights, and his vision of the future and the philosophy of Medemer that has sustained his political journey so far.

Informal associations test govt’s temperament

Informal associations across the country, which were formed to fight against oppressive regimes in times of difficulty to operate as formal institutions, are now playing roles in place of the government, Nigussu said. This is because of the government’s failure to exploit their potential as a tool to bring about peace and stability and the lack of job creation.

Ethiopia ranks high in investment reward score

Control Risk Consultancy, a consulting firm headquartered in London, England, in consortium with the Oxford Economics, has placed Ethiopia at the top of the chart in Africa Risk-Reward Index, which ranks countries depending on the risks and rewards for investors there.

 Private engagement

The \Ministry of Finance unveiled what it called a “Home-Grown economic Reform” this week, spearheaded by the Office of the Prime Minister with the involvement of various policy institutions including the National Bank of Ethiopia (NBE), at an event held on Wednesday, August 28, 2019, at Sheraton Addis Hotel in Addis Ababa.

Court martial slashes prison terms for mutineer commandos

Members of the Ethiopian National Defense Forces (ENDF) who have been sentenced to imprisonment for marching in arms to the Office of the Prime Minister in October 10, 2018, got their sentences slashed by the appellate Military Court, The Reporter has learnt.