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Parliament Appoints Largest Cohort of Judges since 2010

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Sweden Pledges $5.7m to Drought’s Child Victims

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Adama University Takes Blame for Audit Gap

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Kenya Signs Crude Pipeline Deal with Ethiopia

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Unity Hosts 15th Annual Research Conference

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Fleet of Bike Taxis to Arrive in Addis  

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Ministry Cuts Malpractice in Trade Process

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CONTRAST

A bajaj passing by a parked Anbessa City Bus waiting for passengers in the city of Sebeta, founded in 1942. The city is famous for The Sebeta School for the…


BARGAIN PRICE

With garlic fetching a high price on the market, this woman negotiates with a vendor on the streets of Addis. Carrying garlic and selling garlic on the city’s streets, including…


JOB MART

An advertisement board that is used to post new vacancies under the pedestrian bridge around Arat Kilo is a usual spot for job seekers, among them, young university graduates. In…


Ethiopian Troops Home after Border Clash with Eritrea

A fresh border clash erupted between Ethiopia and Eritrea resulting from what the Ethiopian government described as the Eritrean regime’s provocative actions. The clash that took place two weeks ago…


Ongoing Drought Keeps Food Reserve under Threat

The Government of Ethiopia has supplied 627,000 metric tons (MT) of food aid to affected areas since the outbreak of the current drought and 222,000MT of food aid in the…


Sugar Corporation’s Snags Delays Compensation, Replacement

In Oromia Region, 542 individual farmers whose land was taken for sugar development of Arjo Dedessa have lodged a complaint with the Institution of the Ombudsman over delayed compensation or…


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The Tax Bill in the legislative grail has 237 articles comprising no le...


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View From Arada

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