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Ethiopia premier reshuffles cabinet to implement reform
Ethiopia's new premier Abiy Ahmed named a new defense minister on Thursday as part of a reshuffle to help implement reforms demanded by the public during unrest in which hundreds were killed by security forces.
Ethiopia’s new PM pledges reforms to end violence
Ethiopia's new Prime Minister Abiye Ahmed has promised to push through democratic reforms in an effort to end three years of unrest that first erupted in the province of Oromiya from where he hails.
Ethiopia to swear in new prime minister on April 2
Ethiopia's prime minister-elect Abiye Ahmed will be sworn in on Monday, its parliament said, after the ruling coalition chose him to succeed Hailemariam Desalegn as its chairperson.
Ethiopia ruling coalition to nominate new prime minister
Ethiopia's ruling coalition is expected to meet this week to choose a new prime minister, most likely from the populous Oromo ethnic group to try and dampen the discontent behind recent anti-government demonstrations.
Ethiopia declares state of emergency after PM quits
Ethiopia has declared a state of emergency, a day after the country's prime minister abruptly resigned.
Ethiopia has banned adoptions by foreign families
Ethiopia has banned the adoption of Ethiopian children by foreign families, according to the country’s state-run News Agency ENA, citing concerns over abuse.
PM: Ethiopia to release all political prisoners
In a surprise move, Ethiopia's leader on Wednesday announced plans to drop charges against political prisoners and close a notorious prison camp in what he called an effort to "widen the democratic space for all."
IMF chief hails Ethiopia's economic growth
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) Managing Director, Christine Lagarde, who is in Ethiopia for an official visit, has praised Ethiopia's economy and called for sustaining the economic development witnessed in the east African country.
Renewed Ethiopia clashes kill over 20: state media
A renewed bout of clashes between two of Ethiopia's largest ethnic groups killed more than 20 people last week, the state-controlled broadcaster reported on Monday.
Sustainable water management, a lever for green growth in Africa
Sustainable water supply is imperative for economic growth, but so often gets side-lined in the rush for development. The unanticipated consequence is a global economy that is increasingly stunted by water resource challenges, with worldwide predictions suggesting that global water demand will increase by approximately 75 percent more than global water supply in the next 30 years!
Ethiopia aims to become Africa's manufacturing hub
In its drive to realize its ambition of becoming the manufacturing hub of the African continent, Ethiopia will inaugurate four industrial parks during the current Ethiopian 2017-2018 fiscal year.
Millions of people urgently in need of food aid in Ethiopia
Millions of people in Ethiopia require ‘immediate life-saving intervention’ after a severe drought and major flash floods have devastated livestock and crops, the United Nations warned.
South Sudan rebels retake strategic town along Ethiopia border
South Sudan’s rebels say they have retaken control of their stronghold town of Pagak near the border with Ethiopia from government forces.
South Sudan army captures rebels’ main bastion along Ethiopia border
The army of South Sudan says it has managed to recapture the main bastion of the country’s rebels following weeks of clashes.
Ethiopia lifts state of emergency imposed in October
Measure enforced after deadly protests ends, with defense minister saying government has dealt with 'troublemakers'.

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