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5 Aug
World Health Organisation (WHO), yesterday, offered an explanation why healthy life expectancy in the African region increased on average by 10 years per person between 2000 and 2019.
24 Jul
The former Ethiopia Prime Minister, and Board Chair of AGRA, Hailemariam Dessalegn has urged Africa’s leaders to collaborate in addressing the triple-threat problem – climate change
18 Jul
Tigrayan rebels have set up a team to negotiate with the Ethiopian government, a spokesman for the Tigray People's Liberation Front told AFP on Monday, 20 months after war broke out in the northern region.
16 Jul
At least 31 people have been killed in clashes this week between two tribes in Sudan's Blue Nile state bordering Ethiopia, the security services said on Saturday.
5 Jul
Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed said he met Sudan's coup leader Abdel Fattah al-Burhan in Nairobi on Tuesday and that both committed to "dialogue" to resolve any differences. Their talks follow a clash on their tense border last month in which Khartoum said that Ethiopian forces had captured and killed Sudanese troops -- claims denied…
27 Jun
Sudan has accused the army of neighbouring Ethiopia of executing seven captured Sudanese soldiers and one civilian and vowed to respond to the "cowardly" act.  Tensions have risen in recent years, sparking sporadic armed clashes, over the Al-Fashaqa border strip which is close to Ethiopia's troubled Tigray region.  "In an act that contravenes all laws…
20 Jun
Hundreds of people belonging to the Amhara ethnic group were killed by rebels in Ethiopia's Oromia region over the weekend, survivors said Monday, but the insurgents denied the claims, blaming government forces for the deaths.
16 Jun
Tens of thousands of children in Ethiopia are suffering from the "most deadly" form of malnutrition as a prolonged drought ravages the east and south of the country, British charity Save the Children said Thursday.
14 Jun
Ethiopia's Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed on Tuesday spoke for the first time about the possibility of peace negotiations with Tigrayan rebels, who have been locked in a 19-month war with federal forces.
22 May
Africa’s foremost fashion and creative industry promotion company, Legendary Gold Limited, in partnership with the African Union and Africa Business Council introduces Agogo Africa
16 May
The global community is currently mired in three-pronged crises – impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic, the rising cost of sovereign debts, as well as an alarming increase in the prices of food
7 May
The UN human rights chief voiced alarm Saturday at recent deadly clashes between Muslims and Orthodox Christians in Ethiopia and called on authorities to investigate and bring perpetrators to justice.

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