Tigray lnternational Festival zot4 Germany Organizing Committee - 05/02/14
Egyptian satellite to monitor construction of Ethiopia's disputed dam
Officials in Cairo hope that the satellite's findings will strengthen their position in the debate over Ethiopia's projected hydroelectric dam....
Exercises in futility. The Dam is being built in full view. There is nothing to hide! Indeed, if the satellite is capable as claimed, then it should show the Egyptians all the hard work Ethiopia is putting to save the environment and the amount of water the dam will save from evaporation compared to the Aswan Dam. In any case we think this news is simply a hot air news!!. The satellite is probably a military satellite that may end up as a space debri more than anything else!
Ethiopia - Ben's Point of View: 29Apr2014 On "Zone 9"
Speaker of the House of Federation Kassa Teklebirhan on Selam Radio, April 27, 2014
Dashen Workers Association Buy 50thousand Birr Bond for Hedase Dam
Sheffield professor wins one of most coveted prizes in medicine Professor Solomon Tesfaye, a Consultant Physician/Endocrinologist at the Royal Hallamshire Hospital, Sheffield, and Honorary Professor of Diabetic Medicine at the University of Sheffield, is the first person in the UK to be awarded the prestigious Camillo Golgi Prize since 2003.
Ethiopia's big plans to boost tourist numbers Recent comparable data showed that Africa's most popular destinations - Morocco and South Africa - got 9.3 million and 8.3 million overseas visitors respectively in 2011.But visitor numbers to Ethiopia are now growing by 10% each year, according to the Ethiopian Ministry of Culture and Tourism
No "White Elephants" In Ethiopia: Alemayehu's Folly Tecola W. Hagos 04/30/14 -
A week ago I read a stupefying long article by Professor Alemayehu G. Mariam titled “Dam! White Elephant in Ethiopia?” posted in several Ethiopian Websites...[It seems we have not lost everyone from the naysayers camp in Diaspora land...! Good read from Tecola Hagos on GERD and its hired gun critics!, source awrambatimes.com]
Cleaning up Ethiopia -- One Car at a Time So much has changed in 20 years. The Millennium Development Goals have helped the country make meaningful progress across the board, and Ethiopia is on track toward meeting all eight MDGs