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3 hrs ago | The Daily Star
Sudanese Water Resources and Electricity Muattaz Musa Abdallah Salim speaks to the press as Egyptian Water Minister Mohamed Abdul Muttalib and Ethiopian Water Minister Alemayehu Tegenu listen on in Khartum, on December 9, 2013.
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4 hrs ago | AllAfrica.com
Ana Gomes is coordinator and spokesperson of the foreign affairs committee for her political group, the Social-Democrat.
8 hrs ago | AllAfrica.com
Close to 150 Chinese private and, most predominantly, government-owned or controlled companies have been in Addis Ababa's Millennium Hall since Thursday, to demonstrate how interested the Chinese government is in relocating most labor-intensive companies into Africa, where comparative advantage prevails.
12 hrs ago | Iol.co.za
Three long wounds where the machete struck run along the skull of 20-year old Abdi Isse, one of scores wounded in a week of ethnic violence in Kenya's remote north.
17 hrs ago | Walta Information Centre
Addis Ababa, December 9 - The second round of tripartite negotiations concerning the Grand Renaissance Dam in Ethiopia began on Sunday in Khartoum.
17 hrs ago | AllAfrica.com
The telecommunications company Vodacom Group officially opened its representative office in Addis Ababa on December 3, 2013.
17 hrs ago | AllAfrica.com
Disaster struck the largest open market in Africa in the middle of the week as a large fire consumed around 50 shops in the capital, Addis Ababa.
The People and Government of the Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia received with profound sorrow the news of the passing away of former South African President Nelson Mandela - a visionary leader, who dedicated his life for the achievement of freedom and justice for his people.
The United Nations' Refugee Agency on Tuesday announced that it has contributed $100,000 to help support tens of thousands of Ethiopians returning from Saudi Arabia.
Under the watchful eyes of Saudi policemen slouched in their squad cars along a rundown street, little knots of Ethiopian men sit chatting on doorsteps and sprawl on threadbare grass at one of Riyadh's busiest junctions.
At least 10 people were killed on Saturday in the town of Moyale, northern Kenya, where troops have been sent to stop a week of fighting between rival ethnic groups.
Violence between rival tribes that killed 15 people Friday in the Kenyan countryside continued Saturday, with gunfire and burning homes, police said.
A Kenyan official says several people have been killed and injured in fighting between rival ethnic groups in the country's north.
Ethiopian Radio and Television Agency Ethiopia: Sudan-Ethiopia Higher Committee Holds Meeting BY NESRU JEMAL, 4 DECEMBER 2013 Sudanese President Omer Al-Bashir says meetings of the Joint Sudan-Ethiopia Higher Committee are regarded as a step forward towards achieving a comprehensive vision for firm relations and co-operation between the two ... (more)
The ongoing human rights abuses of Ethiopian migrant workers in Saudi Arabia have triggered massive expressions of outrage against the regimes in Riyadh and Addis Ababa and unprecedented outpouring of concern and support in Diaspora Ethiopian communities.
Kenya said on Friday it had sent troops to its northern region to stop a week of fighting between rival ethnic groups that has killed at least 10 people and sent thousands fleeing across the border into Ethiopia.