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september 14, 2018 , european space agencycredit: contains modified copernicus sentinel data (2018), processed by esa, cc by-sa 3.0 igothe copernicus sentinel-1b satellite takes us over semera in northeast ethiopia. semera is a new town with a population of just over 2600 and serves as the capital o...



presstv-38 students dead in ethiopia bus crash




ethiopia's state-affiliated broadcaster says that a bus plunged into a ditch, killing 38 people in ethiopia's northern amhara region.fana broadcasting corporation reported on tuesday that the bus veered off the road and went into the trench.it said an additional 10 people were injured.the broadcaste...



egypt, sudan, ethiopia agree study of contentious nile dam




egypt, sudan and ethiopia have agreed to set up a scientific committee to study a dam ethiopia is building on a tributary of the nile, an ethiopian minister said thursday.



presstv-have ethiopia & eritrea really declared the end of war?




breaking newshave ethiopia & eritrea really declared the end of war?sat jul 14, 2018 11:37pmhomeprogramsafrica today have ethiopia & eritrea really declared the end of war? loading ...iranmiddle eastusukasia-pacificafricaeuropeamericassocietyartsbusinesssportsnews bulletinreportsinterviewswatch live...



beauty and color: scenes from ethiopia




ethiopia is home to more than 100 million people and is composed of wildly varying landscapes and an incredible diversity of ethnic and religious groups.



moving away from humanitarian appeals to managing droughts in ethiopia - ethiopi




story highlightsthe world bank has approved another $100 million for a program in ethiopia that focuses on long-term practical measures to prevent famine.despite these measures, this year’s widespread drought in the horn of africa has badly affected afar and somali pastoralists in eastern ethiopia...



presstv-thousands celebrate as ethiopia, eritrea restore ties




thousands have thronged the streets to celebrate the arrival of eritrea's president isaias afwerki for a three-day visit, at bole international airport in addis ababa, ethiopia.ethiopia's government spokesman said eritrea's presidentand his delegation would visit an industrial park in the southern e...



travel monday: a photo trip to ethiopia's danakil depression




in the afar region of northern ethiopia, lies a vast, tortured, desert plain called the danakil depression.



climate imperils ethiopia's coffee output: study




climate change could wipe out more than half of ethiopia's coffee production unless farmers move to higher ground, scientists warned monday.



fresh displacement increasing humanitarian needs in ethiopia - ethiopia




(nairobi, 19 th july 2018), at least 1 million people, the majority of whom being women and children are in need of urgent humanitarian assistance following recent inter-communal conflict in ethiopia.aid agencies in ethiopia are appealing for critical and urgent assistance for close to a million peo...



ethiopia humanitarian bulletin issue 42 | 27 nov - 10 dec 2017 - ethiopia




highlightsethiopia launched comprehensive refugee response framework in line with pledges made at leaders’ summit on refugees in september 2016.30,000 refugees to benefit from employment opportunities under the “ethiopian jobs compact”.government to phase out encampment policy over 10 years an...



funding urgently needed to support hungry refugees in ethiopia - ethiopia




addis ababa –the united nations world food programme (wfp) and unhcr, the un refugee agency, are appealing for us$80 million to provide food assistance to refugees in ethiopia.the amount of food that refugees receive was cut by 20 percent last year below the 2,100 kilocalories per day required to ...



hungry and desperate, thousands of somalis trek to ethiopia - ethiopia




menaced by al shabab militants and a worsening drought, thousands of somalis are abandoning the land to seek refuge in neighbouring ethiopia.by: diana diaz | 24 march 2017dollo ado, ethiopia – hungry and exhausted, aisha yussuf abdi, 40, and her seven young children finally reached ethiopia at the...



usaid administrator mark green's meeting with prime minister hailemariam desaleg




readoutthe below is attributable to acting spokesperson clayton m. mccleskey:usaid administrator mark green met today with prime minister hailemariam desalegn of the federal democratic republic of ethiopia. administrator green and prime minister desalegn discussed u.s. support for ethiopia's economi...



ethiopia intensifies efforts to battle the fall armyworm - ethiopia




in collaboration with the food and agriculture organization of the united nations (fao) and other development partners, the government of ethiopia has intensified efforts to protect major maize growing areas from the ravage of the fall armyworm.the fall armyworm, which first arrived in africa in 201...



presstv-will trump complicate the 20-year ethiopia-eritrea conflict?




may 6th, 1998, was the start of a conflict that changed the fate of millions in east africa. the battle for the dusty market town of badme that bordered both nations was the spark that erupted a simmering feud into full on bloody warfare. it mattered very little that badme was neither mineral rich n...



ethiopia opens plant to turn waste into energy




ethiopia on sunday inaugurated a power plant which converts waste into energy, next to a filthy open-air dump in addis ababa where a landslide last year killed more than 110 people.



ethiopia bans foreign adoptions amid concerns over abuse




ethiopia has banned international adoptions in an effort to safeguard children from potential abuse.the east african country is one of the biggest sources for adoptions to the u.s., according to state department figures. adoptions from ethiopia seem to have gained popularity over the years, with cel...



russia proposes tillerson-lavrov meeting in ethiopia this week




(reuters) — russian deputy foreign minister sergei ryabkov said on monday that russia had suggested a meeting between russian foreign minister sergei lavrov and u.s. secretary of state rex tillerson in ethiopia this week, the ria news agency reported.both men are expected to make africa trips ...



reversing the cycle of risk - ethiopia




weather insurance, water harvesting, diverse cash crops, land management, new technologies and community-based approaches enhance ethiopia’s resilience to climate changerain-fed agriculture is becoming risky business for farmers in ethiopia. droughts have become more frequent and nowadays ethiopia...



presstv-egypt, ethiopia, sudan talks on nile dam break down




egypt, sudan and ethiopia have failed to reach a deal on the distribution of water from the nile river.ethiopia is building a massive dam on the major river, which passes through ethiopia before flowing into egypt and sudan.egypt, in particular, fears the grand ethiopian renaissance dam will reduce ...



presstv-eritrea president to visit archenemy ethiopia saturday




eritrean president isaias afwerki will visit ethiopia on saturday, eritrea's information minister, yemane meskel, said on friday, days after the two neighbors declared their "state of war" over.the visit comes after an unexpected peace initiative from ethiopian prime minister abiy ahmed, who visited...



iom ethiopia crisis response: january - december 2018 - ethiopia




un migration agency appeals for usd 88.5 million for response to ethiopian crisisiom, the un migration agency, has launched an appeal for usd 88,550,000 to help people in need of humanitarian assistance in ethiopia. the appeal covers iom’s activities under the humanitarian community and government...



starvation looms as food runs out in drought-hit ethiopia




drought has forced 7.8 million people across the whole of ethiopia to rely on emergency food handouts to stay alive.the somali people of ethiopia's southeast have a name for the drought that has killed livestock, dried up wells and forced hundreds of thousands into camps: sima, which means "equalise...



ethiopia’s coffee farms must move to survive climate change




a new study has warned that ethiopia’s coffee production is at risk over climate change, forcing farmers to move their farms or lose their crop. the troubles result from a combination of increased temperatures and decreased rainfall, reducing the number of places in which coffee can be grown. in j...