Latest News View All News »


Police hold Ethiopians despite end of jail term

Six illegal immigrants from Ethiopian have been held at the Embu police station for two weeks, despite finishing their six-month jail terms. The Star has established that the immigrants, who...

AALRP carried out an electro-mechanical test

The Addis Ababa Light Rail Project yesterday carried out an electro-mechanical test. The Meskel Square- Kaliti corridor was the site of the test. The AALRP is at its last stage where most of the...

President Erdogan Receives an Honorary Doctorate From Addis Ababa University

President Erdogan received an honorary Doctorate from Addis Ababa University Friday (January 22). The award was bestowed on the President for his contribution and support for people struggling to...

UK diplomats clash over Briton on death row in Ethiopia

An explosive row has erupted between diplomats and Ministers over their reluctance to help a British man on death row in Ethiopia. A series of extraordinary emails, obtained by The Mail on Sunday,...

Africa’s first insulin factory construction to launch in April

Construction of an insulin factory with a capacity to produce 10 million vials annually will be commenced in April 2015, Julphar Ethiopia Pharmaceutical Industry announced. The factory said to be...

Sisi to head to Ethiopia within days

President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi is heading to  Ethiopia within days to participate in the Egyptian-Ethiopian Business Forum conducted in Addis Ababa, Youm7 reported. It added that a high-level...

President Mulatu hosts farewell to newly appointed Ambassadors

President Dr. Mulatu hosted a farewell ceremony for the newly pointed Ambassadors at the National Palace on Saturday (January 24 2015). On the occasion, President Dr. Mulatu Teshome congratulated the...

Stephen Harper urged to intervene as Canadian languishes in Ethiopian prison

As the eighth anniversary of the rendition and imprisonment of Canadian citizen Bashir Makhtal passes virtually unnoticed, his family members, supporters and Amnesty International are begging Prime...

Africa to hold 17 elections in 2015, Zambia leading the way

Seventeen countries in Africa are set to hold general elections in 2015, the African Union has announced. The Chairperson of the African Union Commission, Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma, made the...

Ethiopians in South Africa appeal for help after looting

Foreign nationals want the South African government to help them following attacks and looting of their shops in Soweto, they said on Thursday. - Are you there or have you been affected? Send us...

Kenyan grandmother at school with her great-great-grandchildren

A 90-year-old Kenyan woman who goes to class with six of her great-great-grandchildren is believed to be the oldest primary school pupil in the world. Sitting at the front of class four in her...

Police officers who confiscate and sold Shishas illegally sentenced to prison

Three police officers who have illegally confiscated and sold Shisha items illegally are sentenced from seven to eight years in prison. The officers have confiscated 246 packs of Shishas from a...

World View All Inside »

Entertainment View All Inside »

Business View All Inside »