Ethiopian News



Neway Debebe Charged on Civil Court

The famous Ethiopian musician Neway Debebe is charged on a civil court; as the Reporter writes. Neway was charged by a one-time close friend of him named Efrem Ermias for failing to pay back the money he borrowed some six years ago from Efrem. Neway is reportedly borrowed $ 20, 000 from Ato Efrem Ermias before three witnesses. “But since Neway refused to pay back what he borrowed from me; I filed a law suit on a civil bench” Ato Efrem Said. The court has passed an injunction order on the musician’s house which is located at the Bole subcity in Addis and has gave an appointment to see on the case on Novermber 11, 2014.



Nun Visiting New York From Ethiopia Missing

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – A nun visiting the U.S. from Ethiopia is missing, the NYPD said. Tadelech Yohanis, 30, was last seen at around 2 p.m. last Thursday. at Sacred Heart Convent on the Lower East Side. Yohanis arrived in the U.S. Oct. 6 and was set to leave Sunday, Oct. 26. On the 23rd, Yohanis left the convent with her passport and hasn’t returned, police said. Yohanis is “in good mental condition” and is 5’9″ and about 150 pounds, police said. Anyone with information is asked to call Crime Stoppers at (800) 577-TIPS. The public can also submit their tips by logging onto Crime Stoppers’ website at or by t...



Donors pledge 8 billion dollars Aid for Horn of Africa

International donors pledged $8 billion in development aid Monday for projects across eight countries in the Horn of Africa, UN chief Ban Ki-moon, pictured earlier, announced at the start of a visit to the region (AFP Photo/Jack Guez) International donors pledged $8 billion in development aid Monday for projects across eight countries in the Horn of Africa, UN chief Ban Ki-moon announced at the start of a visit to the region. The aid, from organisations including the World Bank, African Development Bank (AfDB), European Union and Islamic Development Bank (IDB), will support efforts to boost economies and stem conflict and hunger across...



Senzo Meyiwa, South African Goal Keeper Shot Dead after Match

South Africa and Orlando Pirates goalkeeper Senzo Meyiwa shot dead in Johannesburg just hours after playing for his club Police break protocol to announce death of 27-year-old on Twitter, and promise to bring killers to justice Senzo Meyiwa was declared dead on arrival at hospital after being shot Meyiwa had captained South Africa earlier this month in games against Congo Orlando Pirates release a statement expressing sadness at untimely death Doncaster midfielder Dean Furman, an international team-mate, says he is beyond devastated Police have offered a reward of around £8,500 for any...



Ethiopias GDP reaches 1.5 trillion birr

Addis Ababa, Ethiopia – The Ministry of Finance and Economic Development (MoFED) announced that Ethiopia’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP) has reached 1.5 trillion Birr (. MoFED State Minister Dr. Abraham Tekeste said Ethiopia has continued registering rapid economic growth during the last four years of the Growth and Transformation Plan (GTP) period. The country has registered an estimated 10.3 percent economic growth last Ethiopian fiscal year (EFY). Dr. Abraham stated that the country has registered a rapid and stable macroeconomic growth in that it has managed to increase per capita income to 632 US dollars from 558 US dollars in ...



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