Tuesday, June 28, 2022
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Ethiopian army denies executing Sudanese soldiers

Ethiopia’s army on Tuesday denied that its forces executed seven Sudanese soldiers and a civilian captured in a disputed zone along its shared border, saying its troops always acted lawfully. Sudan accused Ethiopia of capturing the soldiers on June 22 in Al-Fashaqa, … Continued

Five companies awarded grants from SDGs partnership fund

Five companies in the fields of health care technology, geothermal technology, and fisheries have received grants from the Ministry for Foreign Affairs’ Sustainable Development Goals Partnership Fund for development cooperation projects in Djibouti, Ethiopia, India, Vietnam, and Ukraine. The total allocation from … Continued

Ethiopia names negotiation team for talks with Tigray rebels

Foreign Minister Demeke Mekonnen to head discussions Addis Getachew ADDIS ABABA,The Ethiopian government appointed a negotiating team for impending talks with the Tigray rebels. Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Affairs Minister Demeke Mekonnen was appointed chairperson of the negotiating team … Continued

Ethiopia ruling party wants AU to broker any peace talks

The war in northern Ethiopia erupted in November 2020 Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed’s ruling party said Monday that only the African Union could broker potential peace talks with the Tigray People’s Liberation Front (TPLF) — a stance already rejected … Continued

Ethiopia accused of executing Sudanese soldiers

Sudan’s military has accused the Ethiopian army of executing seven Sudanese soldiers and a civilian who were captives. A statement published on Sudanese state media gave no further details. But it called the alleged killings a treacherous act, and said … Continued

In Gaddafi’s Hometown, Little Hope for Libya’s Future

By Angus McDowall and Ahmed Elumami SIRTE, Libya (Reuters) – The people living in the ruins of Sirte’s 600 Block district have waited years for help removing rubble and rebuilding homes damaged by warfare, but despite a new Libyan government … Continued