Steps to Send a Mobile Card to EthiopiaSending a mobile card to Ethiopia is a convenient way to stay connected with your loved ones. Research Mobile Card Providers: Start by researching different mobile card providers that offer services to Ethiopia. Purchase the Mobile Card: Once you’ve selected the provider and card denomination, proceed to purchase the mobile card. Choosing a Mobile Card ProviderWhen it comes to sending a mobile card to Ethiopia, one of the most important steps is choosing the right mobile card provider. To send a mobile card to Ethiopia, you typically need the recipient’s mobile phone number, the amount you wish to recharge, and the mobile service provider.
September 20, 2023 13:33 UTC
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September 20, 2023 13:04 UTC
Ethiopian and Eritrean authorities refused to help the International Commission of Human Rights Experts group in its investigations in Tigray. Ethiopian armed forces are accused of being at the centre of ongoing human rights abuses in Tigray. "It received no response," read the report presented to the ongoing Human Rights Council's 54th Session. "The violations of human rights in Tigray are grave and ongoing. Those interviewed by the International Commission of Human Rights Experts on Ethiopia revealed mistrust of the government.
September 20, 2023 12:35 UTC
In August 2023, Ethiopia's coffee industry achieved a significant milestone as it garnered USD 140 million in revenue from exporting 27,000 tons of coffee. Despite a significant decline in global coffee prices recently, Ethiopia's coffee exports have continued to flourish. This resilience can be attributed to the nation's ability to provide coffee products that remain resilient to shifting market conditions. Adugna Debela, the Director-General of the Ethiopian Coffee and Tea Authority (ECTA), attributed this surge in coffee exports to the comprehensive reforms implemented within the sector over the past couple of years. Additionally, the authority aims to surpass the USD 2 billion mark in coffee income within the next two years.
September 20, 2023 10:49 UTC
Addis Abeba – The Ethiopian National Defense Forces (ENDF) said its forces have “completely thwarted” a group of Al-Shabaab fighters in an area called Robdirre inside Somalia after the group’s attempt to attack Ethiopian forces stationed inside Somalia. The Ethiopian army is still in pursuit of the remainder Al-Shabaab members into the group’s location, the army further said. It is recalled that in 20 July last year, Al-Shabaab militants overrun the Somali region in Ethiopia after attacking Aato and Yeed, where Liyu police were encamped. However, a year later in June this year, the group organized another attack against Ethiopian forces stationed in the border area. The Ethiopian Ministry of Foreign Affairs said that Ethiopian forces “foiled an attack by the terrorist Al-Shabaab group in Dolow town on the Ethiopia-Somalia border.”AS
September 20, 2023 10:31 UTC
John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK) and Chicago O’Hare International Airport (ORD) rank No2 and No10 in the world, respectively. LONDON – OAG, leading data platform for the global travel industry, released Megahubs 2023, the market’s definitive ranking of the Top 50 most internationally connected airports in the world. The 2023 Megahubs Index analyzes the efficacy and connectivity of the world’s international hubs. London Heathrow Airport (LHR) reclaimed its coveted position as the world’s #1 internationally connected airport. New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK) surged to #2 among Global Megahubs, with Istanbul Airport (IST) joining the Top 10 at #7.
September 20, 2023 09:05 UTC
During a conversation with former President Bill Clinton, Pope Francis urged stronger action on climate change, called for diplomacy instead of war, promoted greater health care access for children, and highlighted the crises facing migrants and refugees. “It is important to spread a culture of encounter, a culture of dialogue, a culture of listening and of understanding,” Pope Francis said on Monday morning, appearing virtually at the Clinton Foundation’s 2023 Clinton Global Initiative meeting. Pope Francis was the first of several guests to address the audience at the event in New York City, which was focused on various humanitarian efforts taken up by the nonprofit. Pope Francis also lamented the “wind of war that blows around the world,” adding that “we are in need of a great and shared assumption of responsibility.”“It is time for weapons to cease and for us to return to dialogue, to diplomacy,” the pope stressed. “Difficulties are part of life, and the best way to deal with them is to always seek the common good: never alone, always together,” Pope Francis said.
September 20, 2023 03:28 UTC
In other words, Ethiopia’s internal chaos and civil war is a boon for terrorist Al-Shabab and others. Ethiopia’s borders have become more vulnerable today than when Abiy’s army invaded the Amhara region. The UN Security Council is reported to have held its third session on Ethiopia. Atrocities against the Amhara reinforce the UN call for accountability cornering similar atrocities during the war with TPLF. This heightened awareness has led the UN system to conclude that Ethiopian government policy of dealing with the civil war through military means will not work.
September 20, 2023 03:05 UTC
At least 30 civilians were killed in drone strikes in the Amhara region, BBC Amharic reported citing residents. The drone attacks were carried out on two locations in Quarit on Sunday, September 17, the report said. The attack took place far from areas of active conflict and where there was no recent militant activity, a resident told BBC. At least 18 civilians were also killed in another drone strike in Dembecha tow of Western Gojam, the report added. Federal government authorities did not comment on the alleged attacks in Quarit and Dembecha, the report said.
September 20, 2023 03:03 UTC
The violence has left at least 10,000 people affected by rape and other sexual violence — mostly women and girls, they found. The violence erupted in November 2020, centering largely — though not exclusively — on the northern Tigray region, which for months was shut off from the outside world. Citing consolidated estimates from seven health centers in Tigray alone, the commission said more than 10,000 survivors of sexual violence sought care between the start of the conflict and July this year. The commission said it knows of only 13 completed and 16 pending military court cases addressing sexual violence committed during the conflict. The figures in the report offer a sweeping look at a conflict that was known to be rife with cases of sexual violence, even after the signing of the peace deal.
September 19, 2023 20:53 UTC
AME Trade Ltd, one of the top Africa-focused business event organizer, announced the launch of its inaugural event, CSR and Sustainability Summit Mozambique 2023 (CSR MOZ 2023), in Maputo, Mozambique. It is indicated that the conference aims to unite policymakers, procuring authorities, development financial institutions, infra investors, private sector players, and other stakeholders committed to ethical business and sustainable social and environmental impact. CSR MOZ 2023 intends to unite key institutional partners and industry representatives to assess the evolution of corporate and social responsibility in Mozambique and to explore CSR best practices and initiatives. Key topics under discussion over the two days include:– What Constitutes an Effective CSR Life Cycle? – Maintaining Sustainability Investments During Economic Uncertainty: What can the Private Sector, NGOs, and Government Learn from Each Other regarding CSR projects?
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September 19, 2023 20:36 UTC
ADDIS ABABA, Sept. 19 (Xinhua) -- United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) Filippo Grandi has commended Ethiopia for its open-door policy and hospitality toward refugees. The high commissioner, in particular, praised the East African country for receiving and hosting the Sudanese refugees "in a very human manner," according to the ministry. Commending Ethiopia for its open-door policy toward refugees, Grandi also appealed to donors to scale up their support for refugees in Ethiopia. Ethiopia, Africa's second most populous country, hosts more than 823,000 refugees and asylum seekers, mostly from South Sudan, Somalia and Eritrea. According to the UNHCR, the majority of refugees and asylum seekers in Ethiopia live in 24 refugee camps established in five regional states across the country.
September 19, 2023 19:43 UTC
The build up to the 2023/24 BetKing Ethiopia Premier League is taking shape with seven of the clubs in action at the 17th Addis Ababa City Cup at the Abebe Bikila Stadium in the capital. The participating clubs include Ethiopia Coffee, newly promoted Shashemene City, Hadiya Hossaina, new boys Ethiopia Commercial Bank as well as Saint George, Ethiopia Insurance and Adama City. Early results from the tournament saw wins for Hadiya Hossana and Ethiopia Coffee, with both winning their games.
September 19, 2023 19:38 UTC
Serious, ongoing human rights abuses and the unfolding crisis in the Amhara region show that Ethiopia is at a dangerous precipice. African states that are members of the Human Rights Council should support ICHREE’s mandate” added Tigere Chagutah. Amnesty International’s own findings indicate that serious human rights violations have persisted even after the signing of a peace agreement for the region. Amnesty International is also alarmed by reports of gross human rights violations in the context of ongoing crisis in the Amhara region. “Grave human rights violations are no longer restricted only to the Tigray region.
September 19, 2023 17:55 UTC
The commission called on all parties to respect human rights and international law after gathering information from victims, witnesses and local residents. The testimonies corroborated reports on an escalating armed conflict in numerous districts, endangering the civilian population. “Farmers working in the fields, as well as those seeking refuge in their homes, have been caught in the crossfire with heavy weapons,” the report said. The Commission recommended the proper execution of the emergency decree and strict adherence to legal protocols as an effective means to solve the crisis. This independent federal state agency is established by the Constitution and reports to the representatives of the House of Peoples (Parliament) as a national institute for the promotion and protection of human rights.
September 19, 2023 17:37 UTC