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No Fond Memories of Abdourahman Boreh: Says Meles

Djibouti’s self exiled businessman-cum-politician, Abdourahman Boreh, may have withdrawn his candidacy from the April presidential elections in Djibouti, demanding the return of Democracy International (DI) to that country, as one of the preconditions.

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National Bank bans Ermyas Amelga from Position as Board Chairman

The National Bank of Ethiopia (NBE) has banned Ermyas Amelga, board chairman of Zemen Bank SC, and Tekle Aleminh, board director, from their positions.

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Ministry Touts Increased Gold Sales

The Ministry of Mines (MoM) announced that it has sold 3,942.2kg of gold to the National Bank of Ethiopia (NBE), and has exported jewellery and tantalum worth 171.7 million dollars.

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Family Reclaims Harambe Hotel

The Harambe Hotel business, which includes 48 rooms in an eight-storey building, was returned to the heirs of the late Getaneh Worku, who was the hotel´s original manager before it´s nationalisation.

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Farewell to Birtukan Mideksa

Ethiopian opposition leader Birtukan Mideksa, 36, announced that she has stepped down from the leadership of her party, the Unity for Democracy and Justice (UDJ) Party claiming that she wanted to pursue higher education in the US.

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Business owners across the capital complain over the inconveniences...


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Editor's Note  

The stern debate over migration continues to engulf global politics,...


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As of July 9, 2011, South Sudan will become Africa’s newest nation in Africa. Not that its problems will be over,....

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Political turmoil in the Middle East has powerful economic and financial implications, particularly as it ...


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"If I rule this country one day, I will want it to run with me. Very fast!"

Haile Gebreselassie, famed Ethiopian marathon runner, made this statement during an interview with Jim White of The Telegraph, on March 17, 2011. The comment was a response to a question regarding calls from fans for him to leave sports and enter politics.

Vibrant Institutions Key for Effective Youth Empowerment in Africa

The African Union (AU) has been serving as a focal continental institution to enable Africa to better confront the multiple global and regional challenges that it has to deal with. Nonetheless, the complex agendas that it is tasked with from peace and security to climate change and onto migration have made it overlook youth ...Read More

View Point

By all reckoning no place or name invokes, as Adwa does, an intense patriotic feeling and national pride across Ethiopia’s multitude...

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The Fine Line

In almost every nook of the city, businesses are complaining about their insecurity inflicted by tax authorities with relations to tax ...

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Sellers of sambusas, the deep-fried dough triangles filled with,...

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