Teshome G. Mariam Passes Away At 86

[Addis Fortune] Teshome Gebremariam Bokan, a prominent corporate lawyer, has passed away on Friday, December 16, 2016, at the age of 86. He passed away on his birthday while away on a business trip to Namibia, according to people close to his family.

[Addis Fortune] Teshome Gebremariam Bokan, a prominent corporate lawyer, has passed away on Friday, December 16, 2016, at the age of 86. He passed away on his birthday while away on a business trip to Namibia, according to people close to his family.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

Nation Won’t Be Middle Income – Report

[Addis Fortune] A week after the World Bank described Ethiopia as one of the fastest growing economies, the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD) predicted the country will not become a middle income nation by 2025. In a report ti…

[Addis Fortune] A week after the World Bank described Ethiopia as one of the fastest growing economies, the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD) predicted the country will not become a middle income nation by 2025. In a report titled, "The Least Developed Countries Report 2016," it listed 13 developing nations expected to reach a middle income nation. Ethiopia was not one of them.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

Singapore Ruby Auction Raises $30 Million

[AIM] London -The London-based company Gemfields on Monday announced that an auction in Singapore of rough rubies from its mine in the northern Mozambican district of Montepuez has raised 30.4 million US dollars.

[AIM] London -The London-based company Gemfields on Monday announced that an auction in Singapore of rough rubies from its mine in the northern Mozambican district of Montepuez has raised 30.4 million US dollars.

source: AllAfrica News: Mozambique

PM Sharmake Meets Somaliland Opposition to Boost Campaign

[Dalsan Radio] Somalia Prime Minister Omar Sharmake held a closed door meeting with Somaliland MPs in Nairobi Kenya to woo them in to backing his presidential ambitions, Radio Dalsan has learnt.

[Dalsan Radio] Somalia Prime Minister Omar Sharmake held a closed door meeting with Somaliland MPs in Nairobi Kenya to woo them in to backing his presidential ambitions, Radio Dalsan has learnt.

source: AllAfrica News: Somalia

Somali Celebrates 73rd Police Anniversary

[Dalsan Radio] The countdown begins in the early hours of Tuesday as hundreds of soldiers in brightly coloured uniform queued and immediately started marching at a police academy to mark their inaugural flag-blessing day: police day.

[Dalsan Radio] The countdown begins in the early hours of Tuesday as hundreds of soldiers in brightly coloured uniform queued and immediately started marching at a police academy to mark their inaugural flag-blessing day: police day.

source: AllAfrica News: Somalia

AMISOM Admits Killing 6 Civilians in Qoryoole but Blames Driver of Minibus for Defying Orders to Stop.

[Dalsan Radio] Amisom has admitted that its forces shot dead 6 passengers aboard a minibus in Qoryooley saying action will be taken against those involved.

[Dalsan Radio] Amisom has admitted that its forces shot dead 6 passengers aboard a minibus in Qoryooley saying action will be taken against those involved.

source: AllAfrica News: Somalia

Puntland Sacked Mudug Region Police Commissioner

[Dalsan Radio] Puntland regional state of Somalia has declared the sacking of Mudug region Police Commissioner Abdiwahid Abdulle Warsame who had been accused without performance.

[Dalsan Radio] Puntland regional state of Somalia has declared the sacking of Mudug region Police Commissioner Abdiwahid Abdulle Warsame who had been accused without performance.

source: AllAfrica News: Somalia

Youth’s Commitment for GERD Successful Completion

[Ethiopian Herald] The youth of today is luckier, better educated and well informed than any earlier generation in history. Yet, they find it too hard to get jobs and prosper as they aspire. Hence, as today’s young people are much demanding, our societ…

[Ethiopian Herald] The youth of today is luckier, better educated and well informed than any earlier generation in history. Yet, they find it too hard to get jobs and prosper as they aspire. Hence, as today's young people are much demanding, our society has to meet their demands and assist them to become a responsible citizen.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia