OLF Chairman Dawud Ibssa
Addis Abeba - In a letter published today the National Electoral Board of Ethiopia (NEBE) said an inquiry team sent by the Board has confirmed that Dawud Ibssa, the Chairman of the opposition Oromo Liberation Front (OLF) has been in house
Tigray: Displaced by the war, women are cooking on makeshift stoves outside. As the only donation most people have received is wheat, they eat bread every day. Picture: MSF
Of the US$205 million, US$117 million will support the needs of Ethiopian IDPs and Eritrean refugees
To expand its response across the Somali, Oromia and Southern Nations, Nationalities and Peoples regions, WFP urgently needs US $219 million – this way it can ensure pastoralists like Hana and Abdulahi don’t slip further into food insecurity.
Getahun Tsegaye @GetahunTsegay12
Addis Abeba - The National Disaster