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Breaking: Heavy fire exchange across Ethiopia-Eritrea border

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Reports indicating heavy fire exchange  in Tsorena & Aiga (Northern Tigray) areas between Ethiopia and Eritrea troops. Sources indicate the fire exchange involves heavy artilleries and tanks from both sides. According to Awramba Times Eritrea has launched a full-scale attack in northern Ethiopia last night, following the recent report by UN Commission …

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Ethiopia to pay 6m USD to settle SEC charges over unregistered bonds

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Ethiopia agreed to pay nearly $6.5 million to settle U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) charges for unauthorised sell of bonds for its Grand Ethiopian Renaissance dam project. Ethiopian state-monopoly Ethiopian Power Utility (EEP) have been selling bonds for Ethiopians and American-Ethiopians in the United States as part of the effort …

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Ethiopian Ministry of Education (MoE) has cancelled the nation-wide exam

Addis Ababa, May 30, 2016 (HahuDaily) – The Ministry of Education (MoE) has cancelled the nation-wide exam given to students considering to get into post secondary education. Exams were scheduled to begin today and end Thursday. The Ministry cancelled the exam after confirming that English exam answers for grade 12 …

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Ethiopia’s Minister says Grand Renaissance Dam 70% complete

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Ethiopia’s government communication affairs office Minister, Getachew Reda, said that his country completed 70 percent of construction of the hydropower Renaissance Dam. Asked about differences on the construction of the Renaissance Dam, Reda said: “Sudan, Ethiopia and Egypt have agreed on the technical committees. Furthermore, we haven’t promised to stop …

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South Korean President Park Geun-hye to arrive in Ethiopia today

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President Park Geun-hye is expected to arrive in Addis Ababa today for 3 days tour to Ethiopia that is expected to boost bilateral ties. The trip, which also takes Park to Uganda and Kenya, comes as South Korean companies are pushing to expand business opportunities in these foreign markets that could give …

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