Medical interns and students of Tikur Anbessa Specialized Hospital staging a protest for better pay April 2019 Dr. Sultan Ababulgu,…Click Here to read more.
- Addis Abeba
News: Ethiopian rights commission hails US support for ongoing “nationally owned-led transitional justice initiative”
Secretary Blinken (center), has met with Daniel Bekele, Chief Commissioner for Ethiopian Human Rights Commission (next to Blinken from left).…Click Here to read more.
News: Alarmed Electoral Board condemns rising government, security restrictions on assembly, undue pressure on opposition political parties
Birtukan Mideksa, Chairwoman of the National Electoral Board of Ethiopia. Photo; NEBE/Archive Addis Abeba – The National Electoral Board of…Click Here to read more.
- Tigray regional state
In-depth Analysis: Addis Mayor’s latest remark reveals widening divergence between Amhara, Oromo ruling class of Prosperity Party. What is at stake?
Addis Abeba Mayor Adanech Abiebie addressing the city’s council on Tuesday. Photo: Mayor’s office. Addis Abeba – Addressing the regular…Click Here to read more.
News: Blinken trades carefully on Ethiopia war atrocities extent; optimistic on peace, drop in rights abuses
Secretary Blinken meeting Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed during which they discussed the “progress in implementing the Cessation of Hostilities Agreement…Click Here to read more.
News: Blinken expresses “concerns about situation in Oromia”, need for resolution through dialogue; announces $331 m in new humanitarian assistance
Secretary Blinken and his delegation met with PM Abiy Ahmed. Photo: PMO Addis Abeba – In his first visit to…Click Here to read more.
Secretary Blinken and his delegation met with PM Abiy Ahmed. Photo: PMO By Mersea Kidan Addis Abeba – The US,…Click Here to read more.
News: US announces allocating nearly $2 m to support independent investigations of human rights atrocities as Blinken arrives in Addis Abeba
Secretary Blinken has met with Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs, Demeke Mekonnen this morning. Photo: Ministry of…Click Here to read more.