During the meeting, Sheikh Mohamed welcomed Ahmed and expressed his pride in the constructive friendship that the UAE and Ethiopia have cultivated over the past years through dedicated work to serve the interests of their peoples, and enhance security and stability in the region.
The parties to the conflict have agreed to promote unhindered humanitarian access for all in need in Tigray and neighbouring regions, and facilitate the movement of humanitarian aid workers, the AU said.
Mohammed Hassan Gureh has made up his mind: he’s going to sell the last of his goats and leave his village to find a new life. Like many herders in the east of Ethiopia, he has been forced to give up his nomadic existence after seeing his livestock decimated by drought. The 32-year-old says he can no longer bear seeing his animals die.
On July 5, Ethiopia had notified Sudan and Egypt, the two down-stream riparian countries, that the reservoir behind its Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) will be filled up for the second time as this is the rainy season when the Blue Nile
The restored rooms feature items like Menelik's sword and a life-size wax replica of former Emperor Haile Selassie, who lived at the palace.
In any conflict it is the common man or the civilian who gets hit, and hurt or killed, the most. Almost nine years of civil war in Syria have left more than 380,000 people dead, including over 115,000 civilians. The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights,
Federal troops have captured the regional capital Mekelle from the former local ruling party, the Tigray People’s Liberation Front (TPLF), and declared an end to their offensive.
The attack in Metekel zone of Benishangul-Gumuz region occurred a day after Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed visited the region and spoke about the need to end such massacres. Ethnic tensions are a major challenge as he tries to promote national unity in a country with more than 80
Hundreds of people have been killed since fighting began on Nov.4, more than 41,000 refugees have fled to Sudan and there are reports of militias targeting civilians.
In Ethiopia’s Tigray region, the scars of fighting are multiple and clear: buildings pocked by bullet holes, burnt carcasses of military vehicles abandoned by the side of the road, frozen construction sites and long rows of padlocked shops. Six months after the beginning