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Somaliland expresses concerns over Ethiopia’s regional policy

Following the change in leadership and the coming into power of Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed (PhD) in Ethiopia, the de facto independent state of Somaliland is feeling sidelined as Abiyhas made significant strides with Mogadishu and other neighboring countries.This time around, some officials of the small embattled Somaliland arebecoming vocal about their concerns regarding the political calculation of the new administration in Ethiopia, The Reporter has learnt.

Demeke breaks silence over land dispute

Deputy Prime Minister Demeke Mokonnen – also the current Chairman of the Amhara Nation Democratic Movement (ANDM) – has stepped out of silence regarding the longstanding rumor that he has put his signature to allow some tracts of land in the Amhara region to be given to Sudan.

Eritrean border towns’ residents edge closer to normalcy

Filled with joy and unparalleled sense of freedom, residents, especially on the border towns such as Rama, Zalanbessa and Adigrate told The Reporter of their growing anxiety to restore their freedom of movement and normalcy of life which they have lost two decades ago to.

PM welcomes Eritrean delegation

The high-level Eritrean delegation headed by Foreign Minister Osman Saleh and Presidential Adviser Yemane Ghebreab concluded their three-day visit and departed to Eritrea on Thursday.

Another conflict hits Moyale

Just two months after the killing of nine civilians, Moyale, a town along the Ethio-Kenyan border, is rocked by a second round of violence this week, claiming the lives of a significant number of people.