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Ethiopia, Eritrea seek to bolster truce...

Ethiopia, Eritrea seek to bolster truce...

Africa

Mon, Sep 17 2018

A 2002 UN-backed boundary demarcation was meant to settle the dispute for good, but Ethiopia refused...

Ethnic clashes challenge Ethiopia PM's...

Ethnic clashes challenge Ethiopia PM's...

Africa

Fri, Aug 10 2018

Nearly a million people were driven from their homes in the weeks of violence between the Oromos and...

Somaliland eyes key Red Sea trade role...

Somaliland eyes key Red Sea trade role...

Africa

Sat, Jul 28 2018

The development will be a boon not only to Somaliland but also its landlocked neighbour Ethiopia - a...

Several people killed in blast at rally...

Several killed at Ethiopian PM...

Africa

Sat, Jun 23 2018

The rally was being held in Ethiopia’s capital in support of the 41-year-old ex-soldier who has...

South Sudan foes set to meet for peace...

South Sudan foes set to meet for peace...

Africa

Wed, Jun 20 2018

The event was hailed around the world and by celebrity supporters such as George Clooney

'Low cost interventions developed by...

'Low cost interventions developed by...

Magazine

Thu, Apr 19 2018

In a special interview given for Weekend Tribune, Prof John D Clemens, the executive director of icddr,b,...

Dubai accuses Djibouti of illegally...

Dubai accuses Djibouti of illegally...

Africa

Sat, Feb 24 2018

The United States, France, Italy, Spain, Saudi Arabia, Japan and China all have military bases in the...

Ethiopia declares state of emergency...

Ethiopia declares state of emergency...

Africa

Sat, Feb 17 2018

Ethiopia is East Africa's biggest and fastest-growing economy and a Western ally in the fight against...

Seven countries seek UN council meeting...

Seven countries seek UN council meeting...

World

Sat, Sep 23 2017

The Security Council has called for an end to the violence in Rakhine state

War, drought spark famine across...

War, drought spark famine across...

World Tribune

Sun, Apr 2 2017

UN humanitarian chief described the crisis as the largest since the World War II, and an amount of $4.4bn...

Japan took in just 28 refugees in 2016,...

Japan took in just 28 refugees in 2016,...

Asia Pacific

Thu, Feb 9 2017

Immigration is a controversial subject in Japan, where many pride themselves on cultural and ethnic homogeneity,...

'Jungle' migrant camp ablaze as demolition...

'Jungle' migrant camp ablaze as demolition...

World

Wed, Oct 26 2016

An Eritrean teenager named Yones said Afghans had started the fires. Many migrants could be seen taking...

Al Shabaab takes Somali town from...

Al Shabaab takes Somali town from...

World

Wed, Oct 26 2016

Ethiopian and Somali government officials were not available to comment.

Al Shabaab launch three deadly attacks...

Al Shabaab launch three deadly attacks...

World

Tue, Oct 25 2016

The group, which once ruled much of Somalia, wants to topple the Western-backed government in Mogadishu...

Why Ethiopia is under state of...

Why Ethiopia is under state of...

Africa

Tue, Oct 11 2016

Ethiopia’s largest ethnic group, the Oromo, rose up in protest almost a year ago when the government...

52 protesters killed in Ethiopian...

52 protesters killed in Ethiopian...

Africa

Mon, Oct 3 2016

Protests in Ethiopia have seen mass deaths as about 90 protesters were killed in August this year