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ADDIS ABABA Saudi Arabia will soon release Mohammed Hussein Al Amoudi, an Ethiopian-born Saudi billionaire arrested in November during a crackdown on corruption, Ethiopia's prime minister said.
ADDIS ABABA Unidentified gunmen killed the Ethiopia country manager of Nigeria's Dangote Industries on Wednesday after he was attacked in the restive Oromiya region while returning to the capital from Ethiopia's largest cement factory, officials said.
ADDIS ABABA, May 16 Unidentified gunmen killed the manager of a plant owned by Nigeria's Dangote Industries Limited in Ethiopia on Wednesday after he was attacked in the restive Oromiya region while returning to the capital from the factory, officials said.
ADDIS ABABA Ethiopian authorities on Tuesday released an Ethiopian-born Swedish cardiologist who has been in jail since 2013 on corruption and terrorism charges, his family members said.
ADDIS ABABA An exiled Ethiopian opposition party from the country's restive Oromiya region said it had held talks with the government, a tentative step in its aim of returning to the political fold.
ADDIS ABABA Even by its own standards, Ethiopian Airlines' recent growth has been fast -- so fast that it revised the ambitious 15-year strategy set in 2010 and plans to buy more planes to step up its expansion. | Video
ADDIS ABABA Ethiopia and Sudan have agreed on a deal allowing the Horn of Africa nation to take a stake in Sudan's largest sea gateway port of Port Sudan, officials said on Thursday.
ADDIS ABABA, May 1 Ethiopia will take a stake in the Port of Djibouti, its main gateway for trade, under a deal reached between the two countries, state media outlets said on Tuesday.
ADDIS ABABA The U.N. human rights chief said he was allowed to visit a region in Ethiopia that has been roiled by protests and unrest for the past three years, after the previous administration turned down his request last year.
ADDIS ABABALocal business leaders at a banquet in Ethiopia's capital last week were hoping the new prime minister Abiy Ahmed would tell them he planned to loosen the state's grip on the economy.
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