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April 22, 2019 16:57 UTC
Two people die in the capital of Ethiopia, Addis Ababa, this morning at a construction site landslide accident. The two people died at a construction site landslide inside Addis Ababa University Undergraduate School of School of Journalists and Communications. Satcon Construction private company has been engaged in the construction buildings inside the University, according to the state broadcaster ETV. As the construction industry has been booming in Ethiopia, mainly in major cities like Addis Ababa, accidents at construction sites have become common leading to death of many construction workers. Studies also suggest that construction safety has become a major concern in Ethiopia.
April 22, 2019 16:01 UTC
Some Historical TITN News: 29/03/2018 – Titan Machinery 4Q EPS 8c; 29/03/2018 – Titan Machinery Sees FY19 Equipment Margin 7.8%-8.3%; 29/03/2018 – Titan Machinery Sees FY19 International Revenue Flat to Up 5%; 29/03/2018 – Titan Machinery Sees FY19 Agriculture Revenue Flat to Up 5%; 29/03/2018 – Titan Machinery 4Q Adj Loss/Shr 10c; 30/04/2018 – Titan Machinery to Acquire All Interests of AGRAM Landtechnikvertrieb GmbH and AGRAM Landtechnik Rollwitz GmbH; 11/04/2018 – Northpointe Capital Buys New 2% Position in Titan Machinery; 30/04/2018 – Titan Machinery Inc. The Boeing Company (NYSE:BA) has risen 23.74% since April 22, 2018 and is uptrending. KEATING TIMOTHY JOHN also sold $10.50M worth of The Boeing Company (NYSE:BA) on Monday, February 4. 386.86 million shares or 11.47% more from 347.06 million shares in 2018Q3 were reported. 15.72 million shares or 3.07% less from 16.22 million shares in 2018Q3 were reported.
Alyeska Investment Group Lp increased its stake in Jpmorgan Chase & Co (JPM) by 7700.54% based on its latest 2018Q4 regulatory filing with the SEC. Alyeska Investment Group Lp who had been investing in Jpmorgan Chase & Co for a number of months, seems to be bullish on the $368.61B market cap company. JPMorgan Chase & Co. (NYSE:JPM) has declined 8.15% since April 22, 2018 and is downtrending. Fastenal Company (NASDAQ:FAST) has risen 16.47% since April 22, 2018 and is uptrending. Drazkowski William Joseph also bought $41,948 worth of Fastenal Company (NASDAQ:FAST) on Tuesday, October 23.
Source: Xinhua| 2019-04-22 23:49:12|Editor: yanVideo Player CloseADDIS ABABA, April 22 (Xinhua) -- The spokesperson of Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed, Billene Seyoum, has praised the strong Ethiopia-China ties, particularly the comprehensive economic relations between the two countries. Ethiopia-China economic ties have grown exponentially ever since the two countries established diplomatic relations nearly five decades ago, Seyoum told Xinhua in a recent interview. "China's relationship with Ethiopia over the last 50 years has been rooted in economic progress," Seyoum said, describing China as Ethiopia's "strong economic partner." "China is a strong partner for Ethiopia's economic development, with huge investment in Ethiopia's infrastructure development and transfer of technical expertise as well," the spokesperson said. "The priority Ethiopia has taken is facilitating more investments from China and other countries to come to Ethiopia," Seyoum said.
Source: Xinhua| 2019-04-22 22:53:10|Editor: yanVideo Player CloseADDIS ABABA, April 22 (Xinhua) -- The Chinese-proposed Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) will further boost the comprehensive Ethiopia-China ties, an Ethiopian official said. Billene Seyoum, Spokesperson for Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed, said in a recent interview with Xinhua that Ethiopia's inclusion in the BRI is a natural progression of the growing ties between the two countries ever since they established diplomatic ties almost five decades ago. "Ethiopia's inclusion in the Belt and Road Initiative is something that has progressed as part of the strong social, political, cultural and economic ties that has progressed throughout the last 50 years," Seyoum said. "The Addis Ababa-Djibouti electrified railway is another element and manifestation of the strong relationship that has come through this initiative," she said. Noting that manufacturing and textile industries as "critical components of the Ethiopia-China ties," Seyoum said that Ethiopia aspires to attracting more Chinese investments in agro-processing and tourism so as to capitalize on the BRI initiative and the upcoming second edition of BRF.
April 22, 2019 15:11 UTC
The fire which ravaged France's iconic Notre Dame Cathedral received seven times more searches on Google than the bombings which rocked Sri Lanka on Easter Sunday and killed nearly 300 people. Within 24 hours of both incidents, Trends says that the Notre Dame fire recorded between five and nine times more search interest than Sri Lanka. "Conversely, in India, Sri Lanka is 'closer to home' and that why it was reflected more prominently in India's search trends," he said. When news of the Ethiopian Airlines crash broke out, Google Trends reported that people in America were mainly searching for American victims of the crash." While Google does not release the exact numbers of searches, according to Trends, France, Mexico, Argentina, Italy and Brazil all reported 90 percent more searches for Notre Dame than for Sri Lanka.
April 22, 2019 12:21 UTC
Artnet News on Ethiopia’s Zoma Museum‘It’s All About Life’: Ethiopia’s Newest Art Museum Doubles as an Experiment in Environmental Sustainability. The Zoma Museum, an alternative arts and ecological institution in Addis Ababa, opened in March. (Photo by Michel Temteme, courtesy of Zoma Museum)Artnet NewsA museum made of mud and straw has opened its doors in Addis Ababa, the capital city of Ethiopia. To that end, the Zoma Museum, which opened its doors on March 23, is a low-lying, eco-sensitive arts center with farming plots, herb gardens, grazing animals, and traditional Ethiopian houses for artist residencies, workshops, and exhibitions. Visitors to the museum “come to experience the sources of food,” which is cultivated on site at Zoma, Assegued says.
April 22, 2019 12:00 UTC
The Ethiopian Ministry of Mines and Petroleum said it is finalizing a first-ever petroleum policy that will be used for the coming fifteen years. Beginning with exploration of petroleum, to importing petroleum and its consumption at the national level, the policy puts forward general directions. It was pointed out that the consultative meeting has been instrumental in creating clarity regarding the policy under finalization. It will also help investors and companies that have interest to engage in petroleum sector, he added. Sources: ENA, Ministry of Mines and Petroleum Facebook PageImage Source: Ministry of Mines and Petroleum Facebook Page
April 22, 2019 09:45 UTC
The Ethiopian Ministry of Revenues signed a $7.5 million grant agreement with the Korea International Cooperation Agency (KOICA). Adanech Abebe, Minister of the Ministry of Revenues, and Kim Su Jin, Director of KOICA, inked the agreement. The grant, it was learned, aims at modernizing the trading system, establishing one-window service, and capacity building efforts at the Ministry. Sources: Walta Info, Fana BC
April 22, 2019 09:22 UTC
121 SHARES Facebook TwitterThirty-seven primary school students at the outskirt of Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, collapsed on Thursday hospitalized, says ruling party media. Out of the fainted 37 students of General Waqo Gutu Primary School in Oromia, who are taken to Bethel Hospital, 34 are in better condition. While the remaining are being treated in the hospital, according to FanaBC report. General Waqo was elected chairman of the United Liberation Forces of Oromia in 2000. In 2006, General Waqo died in a Nairobi hospital, survived by 20 sons and 17 daughters.
April 22, 2019 09:11 UTC
The capital of Ethiopia, Addis Ababa City is set to boost its water supply coverage to 66 percent within the coming 18 months. On Friday the Addis Ababa City Administration launched the Legedadi 2 underground water development project that is set to benefit 860,000 inhabitants of Addis Ababa. Water coverage in Addis Ababa currently stands 62 percent, according to Deputy Mayor Takele Umma, who spoke at the launching ceremony of the Legedadi 2 water project. He stated that in five years’ time Addis Ababa City water coverage will be increased from 90 to 100 percent. The towns in Oromia Region, which surrounds Addis Ababa, are also expected to benefit from the new planned water development projects, according to Deputy Mayor Takele
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April 22, 2019 07:52 UTC
A museum made of mud and straw has opened its doors in Addis Ababa, the capital city of Ethiopia. Visitors to the museum “come to experience the sources of food,” which is cultivated on site at Zoma, Assegued says. Sime, the project’s architect, worked with a team of masons to build the several incredible houses that populate the grounds. The huts are based on traditional Ethiopian structures, using an ancient indigenous techniques that have been re-interpreted for a contemporary institution. Sime and Assegued are also currently focused on another kind of sustainability: creating a foundation to support the privately-funded museum in the future.
April 22, 2019 06:01 UTC
Ethiopian company, Gebeya Inc., set on becoming a powerhouse in training and outsourcing IT talent. ADDIS ABABA, ETHIOPIA / ACCESSWIRE / April 21, 2019 / Amidst bustling Addis Ababa, a revolution in homegrown Ethiopian software is brewing. Gebeya believes it can supply talent and be the solution for the African information technology industry. It has been two years since its software developers are being outsourced to companies, both locally and abroad, with over 400 developers on the books. In the United States, Gebeya developers are working in New York-based solar company d.Light.
April 22, 2019 03:00 UTC
But since 2013, I have been prophesying “Ethiopia Shall Rise!”The prophets of doom and gloom today prophesy Ethiopia shall be a failed state. Ethiopia shall rise up and shake off the sooty dust of dictatorship that covers her. Ethiopia shall rise from the depths of doubt to the heights of faith. Ethiopia shall rise and stretch out her arms to God and embrace all her children. Ask what you can do for your Ethiopia because Abiy Ahmed has done more than his fair share for Ethiopia!
April 22, 2019 02:37 UTC