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Urgent need of water supply in Addis Ababa

These days young and old people are seen carrying jerrycans in the streets of northern and eastern part of Addis Ababa to collect drinking water. Not only residents in Addis Ababa are suffering from acute shortage of water, but also civil servants in some of various state offices are in …

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Towards quality, traceability of Ethiopian coffee

The 3rd International Ethiopian Coffee conference was recently held in Addis Ababa. On the occasion, President Dr. Mulatu Teshome said; “Our country being the birthplace of coffee that produces the best quality endowed with suitable climate and land for large production, we should not remain trailing behind other coffee producing …

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Diplomatic Bazaar to Raise Fund for Charity

Addis Ababa Nov 13/2014  – The Diplomatic Spouses Group of Ethiopia (DSGE) announced that a diplomatic bazaar, the proceeds of which will go to charitable causes, will be held here in Addis Ababa on November 22, 2014. More than 60 participating countries will be selling distinct merchandise like jewelry, food, …

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Chinese Telecom group ZTE at Risk of Losing Ethiopia Telecom Contract

By Matthew Dalton The Ethiopian government has warned Chinese telecoms group ZTE that it may cancel a huge contract it awarded to the firm last year, amid concern about the prices ZTE is proposing to charge for its equipment, people familiar with the negotiations say. Ethio Telecom, Ethiopia’s government-controlled, monopoly …

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Ethiopia Gives Scholarship to 150 Somali Students

Addis Ababa Nov 14/2014 – The Ethiopian government has awarded scholarship to 150 Somali students in a bid to strengthen the people-to-people relationship of Ethiopia and Somalia. Out of the 150 students, 100 will study for their first degree and 50 for Master’s degree. Upon their arrival at Bole airport …

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