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December 13, 2017 04:41 UTC
Maureen Ihua-MaduenyiEthiopian Airlines has announced its first all-female crew flight to Nigeria. The airline said women would be expected to fill every role on the flight, from the pilots and cabin crew to in flight ramp operations as well as flight dispatchers on the ground. The airline said, “In a country where few women have dared to enter the highly male-dominated profession of piloting, Capt. Amsale Guale in 2010 became the first Ethiopian female captain by flying an Ethiopian Airlines Bombardier from Addis Ababa to Gondar. “Ethiopian is a multi-award winning airline registering an average growth of 25 per cent in the past seven years,” the airline added.
December 12, 2017 23:03 UTC
To counter that, researchers and a lawyer who spoke to AFP say Ethiopia has ramped up the use of computer spyware, as well as employing traditional physical surveillance, going so far as to potentially stalk dissidents on U.S. soil. Many are among the quarter of a million-strong Ethiopian community in the U.S., believed to be the largest population outside the country. In 2014 one U.S.-based dissident whose computer had been infected sued Ethiopia in a Washington federal court, under the pseudonym Kidane. That case ended earlier this year, when the court ruled Ethiopia wasn't liable because the hacking took place outside the U.S. Cutting edge spyware isn't the only tool Ethiopia deploys against opponents in the United States, activists believe.
December 12, 2017 22:07 UTC
Israeli Cops Caught on Video Abusing Ethiopian TeenDecember 12, 2017 - Six Israeli police officers are being investigated after a video surfaced in which one of them is seen beating a 16-year-old of Ethiopian origin who was handcuffed to a bench. The officers are also suspected of distributing the video clip among their police co-workers. The incident occurred in April, when the teen was arrested on suspicion of assault. The minor, who was drunk at the time, was handcuffed to a bench at the police station during questioning. The teen later acknowledged that he was so drunk at the time that he did not remember what happened, and lost consciousness that evening.
December 12, 2017 20:37 UTC
Food-focused colleges and universities are exploring convenience formats in a way that students find compelling. All of a sudden, a competitive threat to c-stores has emerged on campus as university dining services leverage a captive audience of younger consumers hungry for variety, quality and speed of service. The University of Massachusetts Amherst campus has more than 30 foodservice locations, including a half-dozen retail outlets. All accept the university’s meal plans, Dining Dollars and UCard debit card, as well as cash and credit cards. In the Dining Dollars program, students set aside a dollar amount to use at the university dining halls, retail dining locations, University Club and restaurants, as well as food trucks and concessions.
December 12, 2017 20:15 UTC
Amhara and Oromia together account for more than 60 percent of Ethiopia’s population. Tensions boiled over after an Amhara student was killed at Adigrat University, setting off protests by Oromo and Amhara students. Further south, the killings of Oromo civilians by the expansionist Somali State Liyu Police have become a common occurrence. Angered by the unrelenting and sensible killings of Oromo youth in the hands of the federal security forces, Oromia wide protests are expected in the coming days. Meanwhile, as the country reels from protests, the ruling Ethiopian People’s Revolutionary Democratic Front (EPRDF) is holding a meeting in Addis Ababa.
December 12, 2017 16:53 UTC
(EU Trust Fund contribution: ) aims at contributing to strengthening resilience of communities, improving governance and conflict prevention and reducing forced displacement due to loss of livelihoods. (EU Trust Fund contribution: ) aims at enhancing the food and income security of smallholder farming households in Darfur. (EU Trust Fund contribution: ) aims at contributing to improved livelihoods of refugees, migrant workers and host communities in Eastern Sudan. The Trust Fund for Africa is being continuously monitored, in order to most effectively respond to changing needs. For More Informationpress release – EU Trust Fund for Africa: new actions worth €174.4 million to support refugees and foster stability in the Horn of AfricaThe EU Trust Fund for AfricaSource: imported from this press release.
December 12, 2017 16:52 UTC
Ethiopia has finalized construction of the Genale Dawa Hydro electric power dam as it is preparing to launch another power project on Omo River at a cost of $2.7 billion, an official said on Tuesday.In an exclusive interview with APA, Bizuneh Tolcha, Public Relations Director with the Ministry of Water, Irrigation and Electricity said the Genale Dawa Hydro power project on Dawa River in far south east of Ethiopia is expected to generate 54 mega watt of electricity this year. “The Genale Dawa hydro power project is almost completed except problems associated with filling the dam with water due to social problems.” Bizuneh saidEthiopia is undertaking a number of power projects the major one being the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) whose completion has reached 63 percent. Meanwhile, Africa’s first energy from waste in the outskirts of Addis Ababa, is close to completion. The so-called Reppie project is set to transform waste disposal for the rapidly expanding city’s population and also expected to serve as a waste management blueprint for the whole of sub-Saharan Africa. “The Reppie waste power project has been completed.
December 12, 2017 13:18 UTC
analysisNewly appointed Ethiopian Coffee Serbian coach departsADDIS ABABA - Ethiopian Coffee newly appointed Serbian coach Kostadin Papic left the side after serving one month breaking the two years contract, club sources announced in a statement. Habtewold will remain in charge as interim coach, club sources said. The addition of two gold medals was earned in Beijing Olympic in 2008 both in 10, 000 and 5, 000 meters. One of the dead was from Woldiya City and the other is from Mekele side. Woldiya joined the league a year earlier while Mekele City stayed in the league only for a brief two months.
December 12, 2017 09:45 UTC
A group of six Israeli police officers are being investigated after a video surfaced in which one of them is seen beating a 16-year-old of Ethiopian origin who was handcuffed to a bench. The officers, from the Tel Aviv suburb of Bat Yam, are also suspected of distributing the video clip among their police co-workers. The incident occurred in April, when the teen was arrested on suspicion of assault. skip - Israeli cop caught on video beating a handcuffed Ethiopian teenIsraeli cop caught on video beating a handcuffed Ethiopian teenThe Justice Ministry’s police conduct investigation unit is looking into the incident. “Immediately after the incident occurred, the film was given to the regional headquarters, which of its own initiative gave it to the Justice Ministry investigative unit.
December 12, 2017 09:08 UTC
Researchers and a lawyer who spoke to AFP say Ethiopia has ramped up the use of computer spyware (AFP Photo/Andrew CABALLERO-REYNOLDS)Addis Ababa (AFP) - As soon as Ethiopian opposition activist Henok Gabisa read the email, he knew something was not right. "There's been no other case I can think of where we’ve had such an endless string of attempts," said Bill Marczak, a senior research fellow with the Canada-based Citizen Lab, of the spyware campaign. Reacting to the Citizen Lab report, the US embassy in Ethiopia's capital Addis Ababa said that they were "looking into the matter." In 2014 one US-based dissident whose computer had been infected sued Ethiopia in a Washington federal court, under the pseudonym Kidane. That case ended earlier this year, when the court ruled Ethiopia wasn't liable because the hacking took place outside the US.
December 12, 2017 01:41 UTC
IMF Director Visiting EthiopiaDecember 11, 2017 - Ms.Christine Lagarde, Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) will arrive in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia next Friday. It will mark the first visit by the boss of the IMF in the organisation’s 72-year history. According to Addis Fortune, Lagarde is scheduled to meet Ethiopian authorities, including Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn, to possibly discuss the resumption of a program by the IMF. She is also booked to speak on the impact technology can have in ensuring inclusive growth in Africa, at the UNECA, on Friday morning. Source: FBCBack Print
December 12, 2017 00:56 UTC
Egyptian Private Banks Deny Financing Ethiopian DamDecember 11, 2017 - The Governor of the Central Bank of Egypt (CBE) Tarek Amer dismissed reports that Egyptian banks and other banks operating in the local market are financing the construction of the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD). During the past two days, a photo of a document went viral on social media showing a list of banks, which allegedly has financed the construction of the GERD through the purchasing of bonds from the Ethiopian government with a 36% interest rate. He added that foreign parties that participated in financing GERD are known, and Egyptian banks have not been involved, either by buying bonds or through direct financing.Ethiopia has been constructing the Renaissance Dam since 2011 over the Blue Nile, one of Egypt’s major sources of freshwater, and is expected to be completed within the coming period. Egypt fears that GERD would harm its share of Nile River waters which is estimated at 55.5 billion cubic meters.The negotiations between Egypt, Ethiopia and Sudan reached a deadlock last month with each country over the impact of the dam on each country’s water share. Source: Almasri AlyoumBack Print
December 12, 2017 00:45 UTC
Ethiopia, Egypt Agree to Bolster TiesDecember 11, 2017 - Ethiopian Deputy Prime Minister, Demeke Mekonnen, conferred with Egyptian Acting Prime Minister Dr Mostafa Madbouly in Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt.The two officials met on the sidelines of the three-day African and World Investment Forum held in Sharm El-Sheikh. According to a statement by Ethiopian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Demeke said both countries need to further expand their scope of bilateral ties. A strong relation that exists between Ethiopia and Egypt is also necessary for Africa, said Mostafa Madbouly. The Acting PM also underscored the need to resolve differences through dialogue regarding the utilization of Nile waters. Source: FBCBack Print
December 12, 2017 00:45 UTC
It said that it would also be the first time the airlines would be operating an all women flight in Africa. According to the statement, the flight, which is expected to leave for Lagos, Nigeria from Addis Ababa on Dec. 16, will have on board some selected Nigerian journalists. “In a country where few women have dared to enter the highly male-dominated profession of piloting, Captain Guale, in 2010 became the first Ethiopian female captain to fly an Ethiopian Airlines Bombardier from Addis Ababa to Gondar. “Ethiopian airlines say it wants to promote women’s empowerment and encourage more African women to pursue aviation careers. “Although one-third of its employees are women, the figure is smaller when it comes to positions such as pilots and technicians,’’ it said.
December 11, 2017 21:56 UTC