The Maritime Executive 10 May 2018 Landlocked Ethiopia has announced significant new steps to diversify its access to seagoing trade. Since the 1990s, it has depended almost exclusively upon the Port of Djibouti to handle its waterborne commerce, but it is making moves in Sudan, Somaliland, Djibouti and Kenya to create new options for Ethiopian shipping interests. On...

 Business Africa By GEORGE OMONDI Summary The Kenyan government has committed to set aside some land to enable Ethiopia set up the logistics...

AFRICAN ARGUMENTS 1 May 2018 Despite officially being banned from operating in Somalia this March, DP World is set to begin a project later this year...

Modern diplomacy 16 March 2018 hen governmental forces killed at least 9 civilians in last week’s security operation in Ethiopia’s Oromia region to...

The East African 15 March 2017 Ethiopia shares a long border with South Sudan. PHOTO | BBC By BBC Posted  Wednesday, March 15   2017 at  16:30 Gunmen...

The East African 12 March 2017 By AFP Posted  Sunday, March 12   2017 at  15:46 At least 30 people were killed and 28 others injured in a giant...

Reliefweb 27 January 2017 27th January 2017 – An estimated six and half million children could be at risk of starvation in the Horn of Africa as...

awrambatimes.com 14 January 2017 By Dawit Kebede Awramba Times (Addis Ababa) The government of Ethiopia has allowed a Chinese firm to acquire unspecified...

Geeska Afrika 28 December 2016     BY: Tesfa Mogese. The Republic of Somaliland has said that it will open the old port of Berbera, which...

The Irish Times 9 December 2016 State of emergency restores calm but fissures remain in fragile federation   James Jeffrey in Addis Ababa   Ethiopia’s...