Ethiopian Wins African Cargo Airline of the Year Award
February 28, 2017 - Ethiopian Airlines, the largest cargo operator in Africa, has been awarded the African Cargo Airline of the Year Award during the 2017 Air Cargo Africa Conference held in Johannesburg from 21st to 23rd 2017.
Woyin the magazine Interview with Alem Gebrewahid TPLF Politburo Member and Head of TPLF Office - Feb 2017
The Battle of Adwa: Campaign Plan and Combat Actions
Tsegaye Tegenu February 27, 2017 - In spite of communication and transport problems, in a matter of two months after the call for total mobilization on September 17, 1895, more than 100,000 soldiers were assembled in the specified areas (Addis Ababa, Were Illu, Ashenge, and Mekele). Of these troops, about two-third were raised by the Gebar Madäriya system. The emperor himself mobilized around 35000 troops ...
An open letter to the South African President, Jacob Zuma:
Yared G Bairu 02-27-17 - Forgive me to say that what is being witnessed in your country (South Africa) is so unforgivable, so embarrassing, shocking beyond comprehension and deeply sickening. How on earth can you be that heartless and a person with a least humanity to ignore the innocent human slaughtering...
"Facts are Sacred"
Amen Teferi 02-27-17 - Dear Editor, I read the report published on Feb. 12, 2017, titled How long can Ethiopias state of emergency keep the lid on anger? bylined - William Davidson. I hope the aforementioned report is not a sacrosanct statement of truth scribbled by a journalist who has the monopoly of truth
Enhancing export through capable industry parks
Fekadu Wubete 02-27-17 -
Reuters on February 16, 2017 reported that Europe's largest hotel group, AccorHotels, will open three hotels in Ethiopia by 2021, becoming the latest international chain to tap into the growing business and tourism sectors in the country.
Adwa: An Ever-shining Victory
Amen Teferi 02-27-17 -
This week we will celebrate the 120th anniversary of the battle of Adwa. The victory at Adwa shocks the world. And it all began with the treaty of Wuchale which was signed between Ethiopia and Italy on May 2, 1889.
Have Your Say!: New Policy Towards Eritrea What Would Work?
PM Hailemariam said his government is nearly finished a study on how to deal with the one man government in Eritrea. As you all know ever since the last war ended the two government were following a no war no peace policy to guide their relationships. Despite the no war no peace policy the one man government in Eritrea has been trying to ...For more and to
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Amazing Ethiopia:Intrepid photographer, Francesco Pandolfo, from Italy, navigated the area and managed to avoid stepping into pockets of boiling water to capture these incredible images
GERD increases installed generation capacity to 6,450MW
Addis Ababa, February 25, 2017 (FBC) Following the upgrading of generators, the installed hydropower generation capacity of the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) has been increased to 6,450MW.Initially, the dam was designed to generate 5,250MW. However, due to the upgrading made on the power plant, its generation capacity has been raised...
With one of the worlds oldest civilizations, Ethiopia offers a wealth of cultural attractions that tend to receive more attention than its environmental ones. The natural side of Ethiopia, though, is an invaluable asset for its tourism industry, and inextricable from its cultural and historic features. Sustainable tourism, while preserving Ethiopias natural environment, also serves to preserve the nation's rich cultural heritage.
Drought in the Horn, Ethiopias experience
Gemechu Tussa 02-24-17 -
The Horn of Africa is one of the volatile regions. The people have been facing various manmade and natural disasters. Conflict and drought are two of the challenges the people in the Horn ...
PM Hailemariam Discussion with Humera Residents
PM hinted Ethio-Eritrea relation is entering last phase and will inform the country about it soon!
PM Hailemariam Laid Cornerstone for Baeker Agro Industry Park
University Youth Panel Discussion on the Occasion of 42nd Lekatit11
Dr. Tedros Adhanom, Together for a Healthier World
Zeray Hailemariam 02-22-17 - This year 2017, the World Health Organization (aka WHO) is going to elect a new Director-General. In the beginning stage, WHO member states designated six candidates for the Director-General position. Among the chosen candidates: Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, Ethiopian Former Health and Foreign Affairs Minister respectively...
Public Announcement: There will be a fundraising event to help our people who are affected by the ongoing drought in Somali Kilil. The event will be held in Washington DC. For further information
There are so many reasons to admire, respect and support the Ethiopian government. There is no country, at least in Africa that has managed to build so many schools and institutions of higher learning in a short period of time...
My Observations Part1
Orion Demame 02-21-17
The reality of the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD)
(MoFA) 02-20-17 - Ethiopia commenced the construction of the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) on the Abbay River, the Blue Nile, at Guba in the Benishangul Gumuz Regional State in 2011. The decision to build the Dam followed the signing of the Nile Cooperative Framework Agreement (CFA) a year earlier by the countries of the Nile Basin ...
A Tale of Two Journalists: Graham Peebles and William Davison on Ethiopia
February 18, 2017 - In this Opinion Roundup, we present our views on how the international media writes about Ethiopia using two examples: Graham Peebles and William Davison. Why Graham Peebles and William Davison? We think (again, our opinion) that the two represent two faces of the same phenomenonone writes blatant opinion that is passed off as fact and the other is more tempered in his approach but succeeds in falling short of good journalism.