A violin wizard on stage in Addis

http://capitalethiopia.com By Eskedar Kifle Italian born violin wizard Luca Ciarla held a performance on Wednesday, January 17, 2018 at the Italian Cultural Institute G. Verdi Auditorium. The globally...

New government, new possibilities

http://capitalethiopia.com By Eskedar Kifle Somaliland, a country that is yet to be recognized as an independent state from Somalia held its third presidential election on November 2017. A delegation along...

Tamerat and Aselefech leads Boston elites field

http://capitalethiopia.com By Michael Samson Organizers of the Boston Marathon have announced Ethiopian and rival Kenyan dominated full elite field for the IAAF Gold Label road race on 16 April. Between...

LEADING OR FOLLOWING?

http://capitalethiopia.com By Staff Reporter Revolutions, mass uprisings, insurrections, etc., particularly of the considered types, almost always ensue as a result of failure on the part of the reigning...

Ethiopia Bunna signs Ugandan Boban Bogere

http://capitalethiopia.com By Michael Samson After three consecutive matches without a win and sitting ninth in the table with 12 points from eleven matches, in poor form Ethiopia Bunna signed a striker...

Selective prisoner release begins

http://capitalethiopia.com By Muluken Yewondwossen On Monday January 15, Attorney General Getachew Ambaye announced the government would pardon 528 individuals currently in prison, and two days later it...

Dedebit Women’s side leads table comfortably

http://capitalethiopia.com By Michael Samson The new Ethiopian Women’s Soccer League season appears to be business as usual for the double defending champions, Dedebit FC taking full command of the table....

New government, new possibilities

http://capitalethiopia.com By Eskedar Kifle Somaliland, a country that is yet to be recognized as an independent state from Somalia held its third presidential election on November 2017. A delegation along...
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Many dead in Woldia’s Epiphany Festival

www.thereporterethiopia.com By Staff Reporter A number of people have been reported dead in a clash between the security forces and the youth that swarmed the streets of Woldia, a town in the Amhara...
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Detainees over Woldia’s Epiphany clash released

www.thereporterethiopia.com By Dawit Endeshaw All detainees in relation to the two-day Epiphany Festival conflict of Woldia Town, located in Northern Wolo Zone of the Amhara Regional State, have been...

Refining the idea of a refinery

www.thereporterethiopia.com By Asrat Seyoum Last week, Zemedeneh Nigatu, Fairfax Africa Fund Global chairman, blast on the local and international media outlets with his USD 4 billion oil refinery project...

A hero’s welcome

www.thereporterethiopia.com By Brook Abdu None but one phrase best describes the commotion around the gates of Kilinto prison and in the vicinities of Merera Gudina’s (PhD) home to congratulate the...

Decision to free detainees lauded far and wide

www.thereporterethiopia.com By Yonas Abiye Western governments as well as global human rights advocates and others have commended the Ethiopian government for releasing prominent opposition politician...

Ethiopia, Somaliland aim to strengthen relationship

www.thereporterethiopia.com By Samuel Getachew The newly-elected president of Somaliland led a high-level delegation to Addis Ababa for two days on Tuesday looking to expand the bilateral relationship...

Authority sues firms for price-gouging

www.thereporterethiopia.com By Dawit Endeshaw The Trade Practices and Consumer Protection Authority has sued 15 local steel bar producers and importers for jacking up prices following devaluation of the...

The grateful Korean gesture

https://www.thereporterethiopia.com By Samuel Getachew Since 1995, South Korea via KOICA (Korean International Cooperation Agency), has spent millions on aid within Ethiopia, sent hundreds of volunteers to...

Int’l trade union laments labor exploitation

www.thereporterethiopia.com By Birhanu Fikade Campaigns for minimum wage in Africa The International Trade Unions Confederation (ITUC) joining African trade unions campaigning for a minimum wage...

Handful of applicants edge closer to AAU presidency

www.thereporterethiopia.com By Dawit Endeshaw Following the third round of evaluation, Addis Ababa University, the oldest higher learning institution in the country, has shortlisted five applicants who are...

Eliminating practices undermining rule of law

www.thereporterethiopia.com By Staff Reporter Hundreds of suspects undergoing trial were released this week from prison out of the 528 leaders of political parties and other individuals undergoing the...