Eritrean regime has no one to blame but itself
Hagos Abraha 04-20-16 -
It is not unusual for the Eritrea regime to repeat its make believe claims regarding Ethiopia and the region in general. However, it not always we find respected...
Ethiopia-Africa's new Business
Thursday l2'h May 2016, IHK Akademie Munchen - A one day international business forum under the theme "Ethiop ia-Afiica's New
Business Destination" which aims to disseminate information on opportunities Ethiopia
Time for Decisive Action, Not Mourning
Mesle A. 04-19-16 - Ethiopians received a heart wrenching news this week. The news from the South-Western state of Gambella that shares a border with South Sudan was as shocking as it could be.
South Sudan attackers kill more than 140 at Ethiopia border, official says
ADDIS ABABA, Ethiopia An Ethiopian official says that armed groups have killed more than 140 civilians near Ethiopia's border with South Sudan.
The attackers came from South Sudan and killed civilians, including women and children, Getachew Reda, Ethiopia's communications minister, told the Associated Press on Saturday."The Ethiopian defense force is currently chasing after the perpetrators,"]
Latest news is Ethiopian forces have crossed the border pursuing the perpetrators! This is good development! The Ethiopian government has been reluctant to cross international border to pursue mercenaries and terrorist in the past. If you recall VOA reported abduction and killing of traditional miners by Eritrean sent mercenaries in the North West region.If you recall also, the Eritrean government created yet another hodgepodge opposition groups in Asmara recently! The new group mainly includes personalities from Gambella, Benshagul and Oromia. Who knows if the current massacre is not perpetuated by these groups?]
Africas hydropower future
Rapid population growth looks set to further strain energy services, with some estimating that the continents 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.