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World - Africa
7/2/2022 10:20:14 PM
Allegations that Ethiopian forces captured and killed Sudanese troops in a contested area along their border -- charges denied by Addis Ababa -- have revived a decades-old dispute over the fertile land.

World - Africa
6/27/2022 7:31:48 PM
Sudan said Monday it will recall its ambassador to Addis Ababa for "consultations" following accusations that the Ethiopian army executed seven captured Sudanese soldiers and a civilian.

World - Africa
6/21/2022 2:25:20 PM
China on Monday offered to play the role of mediator to resolve disputes in the Horn of Africa, on the opening day of a regional gathering in the Ethiopian capital.

Al-Ahram Weekly - Opinion
6/7/2022 11:07:09 PM
Ethiopian officials have revealed their true colours on the building of the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam, explicitly rejecting the interests of the downstream peoples.

World - Africa
5/16/2022 9:02:16 PM
Ethiopia has expelled The Economist's correspondent from he East African country, accusing him of taking a "misguided approach" to journalism, the weekly magazine said Monday.

World - Africa
4/1/2022 5:40:25 PM
Ethiopia's northern region of Tigray erupted in violence 17 months ago when Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed sent in troops to topple the Tigray People's Liberation Front (TPLF).

Egypt - Foreign Affairs
2/20/2022 3:39:32 PM
Egypt said on Sunday that Ethiopia's announcement of the "unilateral" beginning of power generation from the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) is a violation of the Declaration of Principles (DoP) signed between Addis Ababa, Cairo and Khartoum in 2015.

World - Africa
2/15/2022 10:48:46 PM
The United States welcomed Ethiopia's lifting of its wartime state of emergency Tuesday but urged the government to promptly release people detained during the recent conflict with the Tigray People's Liberation Front.

World - Africa
2/15/2022 1:21:18 PM
Ethiopia's parliament on Tuesday lifted a state of emergency imposed last November when Tigrayan rebels threatened to advance on the capital, the foreign ministry said, easing restrictions earlier than expected.

Egypt - Foreign Affairs
2/9/2022 1:14:42 PM
Egypt’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs has succeeded in securing Amany Abdullah El-Sharif — the dean of the girl’s Faculty of Pharmacy at Al-Azhar University — the position of vice president of the Pan African University (PAU), a statement by the ministry said on Wednesday.

World - Region
2/5/2022 7:59:10 PM
Palestinian prime minister Mohammed Shtayyeh on Saturday urged the African Union to withdraw Israel's accreditation, bringing simmering tensions to a head as the 55-member bloc opened a two-day summit in Addis Ababa.

World - Africa
2/5/2022 12:54:41 PM
Palestinian prime minister Mohammed Shtayyeh on Saturday urged the African Union to withdraw Israel's accreditation, bringing simmering tensions to a head as the 55-member bloc opened a two-day summit in Addis Ababa.

Egypt - Foreign Affairs
2/5/2022 10:54:44 AM
Minister of Foreign Affairs Sameh Shoukry will be representing Egypt in the 35th session of the African Union Summit in Addis Ababa that will kick off on Saturday, the Egyptian foreign ministry announced in a statement.

Al-Ahram Weekly - Opinion
1/27/2022 12:44:00 PM

Al-Ahram Weekly - Egypt
1/26/2022 10:41:00 AM
Cairo says Addis Ababa is paying lip service to Egypt’s concerns over the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam

World - Region
1/22/2022 9:31:31 PM
Sudan's second most powerful leader met with Ethiopia's defence minister Saturday on a rare visit to Addis Ababa by an official from Khartoum, that comes amid border tensions, officials said.

World - Region
1/8/2022 1:25:45 PM
Ethiopia’s government on Friday announced an amnesty for some of the country’s most high-profile political detainees, including opposition figure Jawar Mohammed and senior Tigray party officials, as Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed spoke of reconciliation for Orthodox Christmas.

World - Africa
12/24/2021 5:18:33 PM
Ethiopia's government said on Friday that its troops would not advance further into the war-torn region of Tigray but warned that the decision could be overturned if "territorial sovereignty" was threatened.

World - Africa
12/17/2021 4:20:33 PM
Countries urged the top UN rights body Friday to send international investigators to conflict-hit Ethiopia amid warnings of looming generalised violence, as Addis Ababa accused them of hijacking the process to exert "political pressure".

World - Africa
12/8/2021 3:34:16 PM
Ethiopia's Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed said Wednesday that he was returning to Addis Ababa from the battlefront after pro-government forces claimed major advances in their fight against Tigrayan rebels.

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