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February 16, 2020 18:56 UTC
Source: Xinhua| 2020-02-16 22:21:45|Editor: xuxinVideo Player CloseADDIS ABABA, Feb. 16 (Xinhua) -- The Ethiopia Federal Attorney General Office (FAGO) on Sunday disclosed it has pardoned 1,270 prisoners in the first six months period of the current Ethiopian Fiscal Year 2019/2020, that started on July 8. In a press statement, the FAGO said a total of 2,934 cases of pardon were presented to it, out of which 1,270 prisoners were approved. "Many of the pardoned prisoners had been given prison sentences for financial crimes including those related to cheque fraud and circulation of fake money," said the statement. The Ethiopia Federal Attorney General Office said, among the 1,270 pardoned prisoners are 21 elderly prisoners and 49 foreigners. The statement further said 1,664 prisoners who had applied for pardon were not granted their wish, as they have not shown remorse for their action or have committed grave crimes.
February 16, 2020 15:33 UTC
GENEVA - The International Organization for Migration reports despite Yemen's brutal civil war, tens of thousands of desperately poor Africans continue to cross the Gulf of Aden each year into the conflict-ridden country in hopes of reaching Saudi Arabia and finding work. Nearly five years of civil war in Yemen has killed thousands of civilians, shattered the economy and left millions of people on the verge of famine. Despite this disastrous situation, migrants from the Horn of Africa remain undeterred in their determination to reach Yemen and then to Saudi Arabia and a hoped-for better life. Last year, the International Organization for Migration reports more than 138,000 people crossed the Gulf of Aden to Yemen. It says an agreement last year between Saudi Arabia and Ethiopia that allows 100,000 Ethiopian workers to travel legally to Saudi Arabia for work has been successful and the agency calls for it to be extended.
February 16, 2020 14:26 UTC
ABU DHABI, 16th February, 2020 (WAM) -- His Highness Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces, received on Sunday, Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed of Ethiopia, who is currently visiting the country. Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed welcomed the Ethiopian Prime Minister during the meeting, which took place in the nation's capital, Abu Dhabi. The two sides discussed various areas of cooperation between the two countries, and opportunities to strengthen ties further in a bid to best serve the interests of the two countries, and their peoples. Sheikh Mohamed and Prime Minister Ahmed expressed their satisfaction with the progress and development the two countries have witnessed via their mutual relations, underscoring their keenness to further consolidate said ties, and expand upon them further. The two sides also exchanged views on regional and international developments, along with a number of issues of mutual concern.
February 16, 2020 13:41 UTC
Prime Minister of Ethiopia Abiy Ahmed coined the Amharic catchword medemer which means synergy, or to be included, or to be together. The Medemer approach proposes an end to extremism and hate politics via forging political consensus and reconciliation. In order to make a real difference, medemer doctrine must clearly spell out its stance on land matters. Thus, Medemer should promote a variety of land tenure systems, including private ownership where it makes economic sense, and in places where the informal land market has become a norm transcending legal prohibitions. His philosophy of medemer is aimed at ending this chaos and forging a national consensus.
February 16, 2020 12:11 UTC
Even though man had made a mess of God’s plan, God still loved man. As one looks at God’s plan, it is seen that the first step in the plan of salvation is developing faith. God’s plan brings joy to the one obeying, for they know salvation is within their reach. God’s plan for man’s salvation is seen when one looks at the plan itself. It must be God’s plan, never man’s plan.
February 16, 2020 11:02 UTC
Somaliland has rejected a planned joint visit by Somali president Mohamed Abdulahi Farmaajo and Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed. A high-ranking official in Somaliland had confirmed a proposed visit to Hargeisa by Abiy and Farmaajo on the initiative of the PM. A meeting between leaders of Somalia and Somaliland in Addis Ababa was brokered by Abiy last week after the 33rd African Union summit. The Somali presidential spokesman confirmed that the “ice-breaking” meeting had indeed taken place between Farmaajo and Somaliland’s Muse Bihi. Days later, Farmaajo made a public admission over excesses by the Siad Barre regime in the late eighties against Somaliland.
February 16, 2020 10:30 UTC
A riot broke out on Sunday morning in the Haifa Magistrates Court following the first hearing in the trial of the police officer who allegedly shot and killed Solomon Tekah, an Ethiopian-Israeli youth. Dozens of family members and associates tried at the end of the hearing to reach the booth where the police officer was being held, but they were stopped by court guards. There were loud screams and the family members shouted "killer!" At the beginning of the hearing, Judge Zayed Falah made an opening statement to the media outlets and made it clear that protests and media pressures would not affect the court. The judge added, "I want to make it clear to everyone, the court is not affected by violence.
February 16, 2020 09:33 UTC
The trial of a policeman for the negligent homicide of Ethiopian-Israeli Solomon Tekah in June 2019 opened on Sunday before Judge Zaid Falah of the Haifa Magistrate’s Court. Although Nitzan had no replacement at the time, the pre-indictment hearings were handled by other state prosecution officials. The police placed the policeman who shot and killed Tekah on forced leave in July 2019. Attorney Yair Nadshi, representing the policeman, has said that the policeman acted in self-defense and than an indictment should not have been brought against him. Ohana succeeded in having the cabinet establish a state commission to investigate the PID’s conduct, primarily using the Tekah case as justification for the move.
February 16, 2020 05:37 UTC
Laura Muir fell short in her world-record bid but the Glasgow crowd witnessed history in the pole vault at the Muller Indoor Grand Prix. Muir was about two-and-a-half seconds short of the indoor world record as she claimed victory in the 1000m to follow training partner Jemma Reekie’s success in the 1500m. But pole vault sensation Armand ‘Mondo’ Duplantis set a new world best for the second week running – adding a centimetre on to his feat to jump 6.18m. The 21-year-old had already broken three British indoor records this month and the Scot showed impressive determination and composure to make her move down the inside after fearing she might be boxed in. “I was hoping I was going to beat my own British record but it’s OK, I will take the win.”Duplantis, the 20-year-old American-born Swede, savoured his latest achievement.
February 15, 2020 18:45 UTC
The Egyptian Foreign Ministry announced on Friday the final agreement regarding the filling of the Renaissance Dam, Anadolu Agency reported. The agreement includes arrangements on the filling of the dam and measures to be taken during times of drought, as well as rules on long-term operation. In addition, the agreement includes procedures relating to dealing with emergencies. Meanwhile, the US announced that it would take part, along with the IMF, in producing the final draft of the agreement. Read: Trump speaks with Egypt’s Sisi, backs talks on disputed Ethiopia dam
February 15, 2020 13:41 UTC
The capital of Ethiopia, Addis Ababa, is set to host the United States Government initiated eighth annual African Land Forces Summit 2020 (ALFS20) next week. ALFS 2015 was held in Dakar, Senegal, and was hosted by the U.S. in conjunction with the Senegalese Defense Force. ALFS 2016 was held in Arusha, Tanzania, and was hosted by the U.S. in conjunction with the Tanzanian People’s Defense Force. ALFS 2017 was held in Lilongwe, Malawi and hosted by the U.S. in conjunction with the Malawi Defense Force. In 2019, ALFS was held in Gaborone, Botswana and co-hosted by the Botswana Defense Force.
Source:News Business Ethiopia
February 15, 2020 13:07 UTC
Smuggling of donkeys from Ethiopia to Kenya has been increasing over the past six months making busy customs officers and border controllers. The donkeys are being smuggled from Ethiopia to Kenya, because the later has donkey slaughtering houses engaged in export of the meat, according to Mr. Chanyalew Fuji, Manager of Ethiopia Moyale customs post, who spoke to the state daily Amharic newspaper, Addis Zemen. He noted that the number of people engaged in smuggling of donkeys to Kenya from Ethiopia has been increasing making the Moyale customs post officers and other border controllers between the two countries. A few years ago, the government of Ethiopia has faced major opposition by the people when it granted license to the first donkey slaughtering house. After highly consuming their donkeys and significantly reducing the number of donkeys, the Chinese are reportedly targeting donkeys from other parts of the world mainly Africa.
Source:News Business Ethiopia
February 15, 2020 11:48 UTC
Ethiopia’s parliamentary elections will be held on August 29, 2020, the country's election body announced on Friday. The August 29 election date is two weeks later than the electoral board had previously indicated. Representatives of political groups, as well as civil society had opposed the earlier date August 16,2020. They argued that since mid-August is the peak of the rainy season in most parts of Ethiopia, the rains will impact the voter turnoutAccording to the new schedule the election results will be expected from August 30 to September 8,2020. Ethiopia has had regular parliamentary elections since the Ethiopian People’s Revolutionary Democratic Front (EPRDF) took power in 1991 but, with one exception, none were competitive.
February 15, 2020 11:22 UTC
One of the stories in the Giovardiana manuscript describes the miraculous birth of Zar’a Ya‘eqob. In medieval Ethiopia, as in Europe, monasteries were repositories of knowledge and centres of learning, and, judging from the many theological works which would later be written by Zar’a Ya‘eqob, the prince must have been a particularly gifted student. Enraged by such defiance, Zar’a Ya‘eqob had Stephen bound, stripped of his monastic garb, and flogged. Zar’a Ya‘eqob was also determined to root out pagan and magical practices from his empire. In 1445 Zar’a Ya‘eqob came face to face with his most dangerous opponent, Ahmad Badlay, the sultan of ‘Adal, who had already won several victories against the Christian forces of Ethiopia.
February 15, 2020 10:18 UTC