ADDIS ABABA - The Human Rights Council (HRCO), formerly known as the Ethiopian Human Rights Council, has called for an end to forced displacement and mistreatment of citizens that is being carried out based on ethnicity in some parts of Ethiopia. T
ADDIS ABABA - Ururka u dooda xuquuqda aadanaha Itoobiya, HRCO, ayaa ku baaqay in la joojiyo barakicnta dirqiga ah iyo gaboodfalka ka socda qaybo Itoobiya ka mid ah. Ururka ayaa xusay in ficilada noocan ahi ku saleysan yihiin in bartilmaamed laga dhig
ADDIS ABABA – The Ethiopian Broadcasting Authority (EBA) has begun taking legal actions against individuals found broadcasting overseas TV programs without license in the country.
They were broadcasting various programs; mainly football
ADDIS ABABA - Xubnaha aqalka federaalka ah ayaa lagu wadaa in ay ansixiyaan sharci qabyo ah oo u ogolaanaya dadka reer Itoobiya in ay dibada u xoogsi tagaan. Sharcigan ayaa la filayaa in lagu dhaqan galiyo 2 toddobaad gudahood.
Gudiga joogtada ah
KHARTUUM - Ra'isul-wasaaraha Itoobiya, Hailemaraim Desalegn, ayaa sheegay in dib loo bilaabi doono xariiqida soohdinta labada dal ay wadaagaan iyada oo la tixraacayo heshiis horey loo kala saxeexday.
Hogaamiyasha labada dal ayaa kalhore ku amray w
MONTREAL - Ethiopian Airlines, Africa's largest carrier, wants to buy 10 narrowbody planes and is considering Canada's Bombardier (BBDb.TO) and Brazil's Embraer (EMBR3.SA) jets among others, as it plans to nearly double its fleet between now and 2025
GAALKACYO — Walaac dhanka ammaanka ah ayaa ka jira magaalada Gaalkacyo ee xarunta gobolka Mudug, oo iminka dad badan ay billaabeen inay ka barakacaan guryahooda.
Shalay illaa xalay, ayaa waxaa la arkayay boqolaal dad ah oo u badan haween iyo ca
ADDIS ABABA - Qaramada Midoobay ayaa sheegtay in dad gaadhaya ilaa 100,000 ay ku barakici karaan daadad ka dhasha xalaada cimilada El Nino.
Dalka ayaa hadda la tacaalaya abaar aad u xun oo meelo badan aafeesay. Xukuumada Itoobiya iyo ururada samaf
ADDIS ABABA - Floods caused by El Nino could displace more than 100,000 people in Ethiopia, where more than 8 million people are facing a food crisis because of the worst drought since a devastating 1984 famine, the United Nations said on Monday.
UGANDA’S army has announced a tie-up with a Chinese company to make explosives, which would then be sold both locally and to the East African country’s neighbours.
The state-owned New Vision newspaper, quoting top Defence officials, last week