President Obama

The Obama on a third business date with Africa

Tarikua Getachew, for Addis Standard (@tarikawipeace) No other visit to anywhere from sitting presidents, US or otherwise, has caused as much of a stir as Obama’s upcoming visit More »

Ethiopian Migrants

IOM speaks of Ethiopian migrants’ suffering in Yemen

The International Organization for Migration (IOM) said it has helped 3,478 vulnerable Ethiopian migrants stranded by the conflict in Yemen, including 229 medical cases, to return home. Of these, More »

That's America p. 16 -17

Living in the ‘Land of Oz’

Instead of the tea party experiment which was supposed to lead to a Republican success story conservatives promised a few years ago, Kansas now has a $400 million budget shortfall view More »

The Obama on a third business date with Africa

President Obama

Tarikua Getachew, for Addis Standard (@tarikawipeace)
No other visit to anywhere from sitting presidents, US or otherwise, has caused as much of a stir as Obama’s upcoming visit to Africa. From human rights organisations to individual letters his third visit to Africa, and in particular his Addis Ababa, stop has received both praise and vilification.

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IOM speaks of Ethiopian migrants’ suffering in Yemen

Ethiopian Migrants

The International Organization for Migration (IOM) said it has helped 3,478 vulnerable Ethiopian migrants stranded by the conflict in Yemen, including 229 medical cases, to return home. Of these, 1,429 were evacuated by IOM from Yemen to Ethiopia. “The remainder were assisted on arrival in Ethiopia at IOM’s Addis Abeba Transit Centre, which provided accommodation, food and onward transportation,” IOM said, adding most of the migrants were stranded in Yemen en route to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

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The ICC Dilemma: To cooperate or not?

Mehari Taddele Maru

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Living in the ‘Land of Oz’

That's America p. 16 -17

Instead of the tea party experiment which was supposed to lead to a Republican success story conservatives promised a few years ago, Kansas now has a $400 million budget shortfall

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FFD3: Political support crucial for successful Domestic Resource Mobilization

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Political support and people’s buy-in of capacity development initiatives in domestic resource mobilization is crucial for successful fiscal reforms, which can lead to Africa being able to finance its own development, said Prof. Emmanuel Nnadozie, the Executive Secretary of the African Capacity Building Foundation (ACBF) during a panel discussion on Wednesday, 15th July, by the Foundation in Addis Abeba, Ethiopia.

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