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Rapid population growth looks set to further strain energy services, with some estimating that the continent’s population will surpass four billion by the end of the century.Access to electricity is both limited
Ethiopian education and research network inaugurated
Addis Ababa, April 16, 2016 (FBC) - The Ethiopian Education and Research Network (EthERNet), built by the Chinese telecom service provider, ZTE, was inaugurated yesterday in .
The Entrepreneurial State: Debunking Public vs. Private Sector Myths,
The Entrepreneurial State: Debunking Public vs. Private Sector Myths, rev. ed.
The Imperative of Stepping-up Ethiopian Diaspora's Contribution to Hedasė Dam (GERD)
Makonnen Tesfaye 04-15-16 - construction stage, the Hedasė Dam (Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam – GERD) has abundantly demonstrated the indomitable determination, commitment and patriotism of the Ethiopian People to forge ahead and make their own history

Ethiopia: EgyptAir Opens 2nd Office Here
EgyptAir, the oldest airlines in Africa, has opened its second office yesterday on the premises of the African Union Headquarters, Addis Ababa. [If this is done because Egypt Air is doing brisk business with its Addis route well and good but until Egypt signs on the dotted line to cooperate on Hedase Dam and other regional issues it is prudent to be mindful if these offices are not being used for other purpose(s)]
የወጣቶች ተጠቃሚነት ከምንጊዜውም በላይ ተጠናክሮ ይቀጥላል!
የኢፌዴሪ መንግስት ኮሙዩኒኬሽን ጉዳዮች ፅህፈት ቤት 04-15-16

A Monthly Bulletin of the Ethiopian Embassy, Washington D.C.
Ethiopian Embassy, Washington D.C. 04-14-16
Corruption and its multifaceted Forms
Noah Mussie , April 12, 2016
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ዮናስ 04-15-16

Ehiopia is slowly but surely establishing itself as a major power hub in Africa through its electricity exports. The Ethiopian Electric Service has said that the country made about $123 million (2.6 billion birr) between 2015 and 2016 budget year
'Invisible' train set to roll in 2018
The Japanese commuter train will blend into changing scenery as it moves

A project that instilled 'Yes we can do' mentality on the public
Taye Kebede 04-14-16

Our condolences to the people of Eritrea
Bereket Gebru 04-14-16

The Seeds Of Suicide: How Monsanto Destroys Farming
Monsanto India’s website makes, alongside pictures of smiling, prosperous farmers from the state of Maharashtra. This is a desperate attempt by Monsanto and its PR machinery to delink the epidemic of farmers’ suicides in India...
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India Bans GMO Seeds To Protect Health Of Citizens
We are bringing GMO stories from around the world because Ethiopia may be looking to use GMO technology to increase cereal production and mitigate drought.

Arrest made in death of Va. man injured during robbery
WASHINGTON - A man has been arrested in connection with the death of 69-year-old Melaku Abraha, who died from injuries sustained during a robbery in Alexandria, Virginia. Police said
Keeping the Nation Secure Amid Terror Threats
Tsehay Adugna 04-13-16
Dr. Tedros meets President, CEO of Woodrow Wilson Center
Addis Ababa, April 13, 2016 (FBC) - Foreign Affairs Minister Dr. Tedros Adhanom has received President and CEO of the Woodrow Wilson Center, Jane Herman at his office today.
Coroner: Man was sleeping when fatally shot
Louisville Metro Police homicide detectives are investigating after a man was found fatally shot Tuesday morning in a Chickasaw neighborhood home. Police found Zemenfes Tekle, 33, dead inside a home around 3:20 a.m.
Sheffield expert honoured by top Diabetes UK award
A top diabetes consultant from Sheffield Teaching Hospitals has been chosen to deliver a prestigious national lecture in recognition of improvements he has delivered in patient care.Professor Solomon Tesfaye, a Consultant Physician/Endocrinologist at the Royal Hallamshire Hospital, Sheffield, and Honorary Professor of Diabetic Medicine at the University of Sheffield, will give the Arnold Bloom Lecture at the Diabetes UK conference in Manchester in March 2017.

The United States Has No Gulf Allies
e word “ally” is used far too casually in Washington’s Middle East lexicon. It’s time to break this bad habit, because the truth is that with the exception of Turkey—a NATO member—the United States does not share a single alliance with any Middle Eastern country. As the U.S.-GCC summit in Riyadh approaches, understanding what really constitutes an alliance couldn’t be more important.

Human Rights, Its Triumph, Its Misconception, and Misapplication
Abey Zewde 04-12-16 - Those who say human rights respect is the cherished goal of humankind are unequivocally correct. They are indisputably correct because, hitherto, people's history is entirely filled...
ድሉ፤ የትጥቅ፣የስንቅ ወይስ የብዕር ሥም
ኦቦ አራዳ አባ ሻውል (EE) እ.አ. ሚያዝያ 13 2016

Understanding Meles Zenawi: Conversations with U.S. Diplomats (Part 1)
Strathink Editorial Team - In Part 1 of our series, we look at diplomatic cables on the relationship between among Ethiopia, Eritrea and the United States. Meles believed that there were many in the U.S. government who favored Eritrea over Ethiopia...
Major transformation to launch tourism
A sector with vast, untapped potential, Ethiopia’s tourism industry is set to experience a huge metamorphosis as it builds its infrastructure, brand, and product offer in the coming years through both public and private efforts. Solomon Tadesse, CEO of the Ethiopian Tourism Organization, reveals...

Kement Diaspora in North America 04-11-16
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    Yibeltal Tamru 04-12-16
  • REST: Continued supporting to the El Nino caused Drought victims in Tigray
    Fkadu G.meskel, REST PR 04-08-16
  • Moresh Amhara's Wholesale Allegation of Tigrayans: Chaining Victim with the Villain?
    Selam Yiheyis (PhD), Canada 04-10-16 -
  • Ethiopia: Landlocked But Not Locked Out
    Teshome Abebe April 10, 2016
  • International Standard Export Slaughterhouse PLC. Inaugurated in Jig-jiga, somali region of Ethiopia
    Ahmed Deeq Hussein 04-09-16
  • Who will 'tear down' the wall of hostility between Ethiopia and Eritrea
    Abebe Aynete April 2016
  • The Secret Behind of Ethiopia's Socio-Economic Progress
    Adem Mohamed 04-07-16
  • Regional integration important for development of landlocked African nations
    Addis Ababa, 5 April 2016 (ECA)
  • GERD at 5: Brighter future for Ethiopia and the region
    Worku Adera 04-06-16
  • Renaissance Dam and its bonding impact on Ethio-Sudan ties
    Fetsum Berhane 04-05-16
  • United Nations El Nino Conference in Rome
    Aseffa Abreha 04-04-16
  • Hedase Dam at Five - April 2016.
    (Aigaforum April 2016)
  • Addis Zemen Editorial: The Need for awarding Government big infrastructure projects to Local Contractors. (Amharic)
  • Original Print
  • Rare account of public satisfaction in governance
    Bereket Gebru 04-01-16
  • Laws are not enough, we should all fight human trafficking
    Fetsum Berhane 03-31-16
  • Potato: agro-processing untapped potential
    G/haweria Berhane ISSD Tigray March 30, 2016

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