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Egypt, Ethiopia to hold Nile dam talks in Russia
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Egypt's president said Sunday he and Ethiopia's premier are to hold talks in Russia on a dam under construction on the Nile River that Cairo fears would cut its vital water share.
Ethiopia PM Abiy wins Nobel Peace Prize for mending ties with Eritrea
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Hailed as a visionary and reformer, Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed won the Nobel Peace Prize on Friday for his efforts to resolve the long-running conflict with neighbouring foe Eritrea.
An infant industry and life support mechanism
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Airlines globally rely on the government’s buffer to weather turbulence as they come. But in more stormy climates, strategic incentives for struggling operators should not be a hard sell to the local authorities.
African diaspora cheer on Doha athletics championships
Dozens of African running fans lined Doha's seafront to glimpse their countrymen vie for gold in the World Athletics Championships men's marathon, singing loudly and brandishing national flags.
The road to Sochi 2019: Russia’s influence in Africa
Sochi, the Black Sea resort in the Russian Federation, has hosted many international events. Sochi 2019 refers to the first Russia-Africa Summit to be held on 23-24 October 2019 in that city.
Ethiopia rejects Egypt’s plan to operate $4b dam
Ethiopia, on Wednesday, rejected a proposal by Egypt to operate a $4 billion hydropower dam the Horn of Africa country is constructing on the Nile, further deepening a dispute between the two nations over the project.
Nine injured in grenade attack on police camp in Ethiopia
Ethiopian officials said Friday that more than 20 people linked to a prominent rebel group had been arrested after a grenade attack on a police camp that left nine injured.
‘Internet disruptions, power outages limit digital opportunities’
Two hydra-headed challenges of erratic power supply and constant Internet disruptions have been identified as major limitations stifling the economy, especially digital opportunities.
Africa's longest serving leaders: Mugabe, Biya and others
Zimbabwe's former president Robert Mugabe, whose death was announced on Friday, was in power for 37 years but is far from the only African leader to have ruled for so long.
15 Ethiopian migrants died at sea: UN
At least 15 Ethiopian migrants died after their boat broke down and left them stranded in the Gulf of Aden for a week without food or water, a UN agency said.
Four killed in protests in southern Ethiopian city: hospital
Four people have died of gunshot wounds in the southern Ethiopian city of Hawassa, where protesters have been demanding the establishment of a breakaway state, a hospital executive said Friday.
More than 250 arrested after Ethiopia coup bid: officials
Ethiopia's security forces have arrested more than 250 people in a sweeping crackdown following a failed suspected coup attempt and the assassination of five high-ranking officials, a government taskforce said Thursday.