Tag: Hailemariam Desalegn

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Social Media Reacts Skeptically to Ethiopia Cabinet Reshuffle

New York (TADIAS) — Twitter is reacting skeptically to Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn’s announcement of a reshuffled cabinet in Ethiopia today, which apparently is designed to

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Ethiopia Swears in a Technocrat Cabinet Amid Unrest, State of Emergency

Ethiopia has sworn in a technocrat cabinet on Tuesday morning. The Prime Minister, Hailemariam Desalegn, has announced 21 new cabinet positions while the remaining nine

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Ethiopia and South Sudan sign anti-rebels’ security agreement

Leaders of Ethiopia and South Sudan have signed a series of cooperation agreements on Friday, including a security arrangement to stop hosting armed opposition groups

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Ethiopian Premier in Juba on One-Day Visit

Ethiopia’s Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn touched down around 9:30 a.m. this morning at Juba International Airport on a visit to meet with the president, vice

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Unrest Triggers Collapse in Tourism

A wave of anti-government protests and the imposition of a state of emergency has triggered a collapse in tourism bookings in Ethiopia, underlining the effect

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The State of Emergency Rejected by the Amhara Regional Parliament

The state of emergency that was declared by the Ethiopian prime minister and must...pass by the regional house of people’s representative did not get a

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Angela Merkel Asked More Openness While Desalegn Seeks More Investment

Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn asked Germany’s chancellor to increase her country’s investment in Ethiopia. Merkel visited Ethiopia last Tuesday at the conclusion of a three-legged

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Ethiopia’s war against social media, the truth is the main casualty

The annual U.N. General Assembly meeting provides an unparalleled opportunity for world leaders to take to the bully pulpit of the U.N. chamber and trumpet

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Government to Closely Monitor Top Flight League

The government of Ethiopia will have an extra eye in and around stadiums during league matches, as a precautionary measure against potential anti-government protests, during this period

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Foreign-owned Enterprises Targeted in Ethiopia's Oromia Region

Foreign-owned companies have become the latest targets of violence during the unrest in the Oromia region of Ethiopia. Government officials are worried the violence could derail

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Ethiopia Finally Admit to the Deaths of More than 500 Anti-Government Protestors

After almost a year of anti-government protests, Ethiopia on Tuesday (Oct. 11) admitted that the death toll from police crackdowns and deadly stampedes could exceed

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Ethiopians Condemn the State of Emergency Declared by the TPLF

On October 9, 2016, Mr. Hailemariam Desalegn, Prime Minister of the TPLF-controlled regime of Ethiopia, declared a state of emergency in Ethiopia, to be put

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