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 Breaking News - Isaias Afeworki Launches Full-scale Ground Invasion of Ethiopia, in retaliation to recent UN report
 Awramba Times (Addis Ababa) – The isolated regime in Eritrea has launched a full-scale attack in northern Ethiopia last night, following the recent report by UN Commission of Inquiry, in which it says the regime has committed crimes against humanity, reliable sources confirmed to Awramba times. According to our sources, heavy fighting is taking place in two separate fronts, Tsorena and Zalanb...

 Usain Bolt, Genzebe Dibaba and Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce among 2016 Laureus Nominees
 World champions Usain Bolt, Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce and Genzebe Dibaba are among the nominations for the 2016 Laureus world sportsman and sportswoman of the year awards. Bolt, a three-time winner of the Laureus sportsman of the year award, successfully defended his world titles in the 100m, 200m and 4x100m at the IAAF World Championships Beijing 2015. Fraser-Pryce did likewise in the 100m an...

 Ethiopias Yomif Kejelcha and Genzebe Dibaba Win the 3000m Men and Womens Titles at World Indoor Championship
 Ethiopia’s 18-year-old runner Yomif Kejelcha held on in the final lap to win the men’s 3,000 meter at the 2016 World Indoor Championships at the Oregon Convention Center in Portland, OR. Yomif Kejelcha finished with a time of 7:57.21. United States’ Ryan Hill made a late move and nabbed second, edging Augustine Kirpono Choge of Kenya with a time of 7:57.39. Augustine Kiprono Choge finishe...

 Thierry Daraize Rediscovers Veteran Ethiopian Restaurant Le Nil Bleu
 Le Nil Bleu is a charming culinary adventure. Some of the kitchen’s offerings bear too many similarities, but it’s all expertly prepared: an impressive three stars on five. Le Nil Bleu, a pillar of Ethiopian cuisine in Montreal since 1994, gets a look this week from Le Journal de Montréal critic Thierry Daraize. The Saint-Denis street restaurant, fresh off a makeover that has stripped the ...

 Ethiopia Suspends 3 Athletes, Investigates Two Foreigners Over Doping Allegations
 Ethiopian athleEthiopia suspends three athletes, investigates two foreigners for doping allegations tics officials said three athletes have been handed a professional suspension pending an investigation into doping allegations, while another three are being probed for the offense. The officials further revealed that two foreigners were suspected of providing banned substances to Ethiopian athletes...

 African Union (AU ) urged African leaders to establish a single air transport market
 The Chairperson of the African Union Commission, Dr. Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma, said the Liberalisation of Air Transport Markets in Africa and the move towards the creation of a single African aviation market should be accelerated to meet the continental boday’s Agenda 2063. Zuma made the remarks after meeting a delegation of the African Airlines Association to discuss the importance of the aviati...

 Ebola first vaccination trial starts in West Africa
 The first Ebola drug trial in Africa has started with three healthcare workers in Mali receiving an experimental vaccine. It comes as the World Health Organization (WHO) today warned the virus is now ‘entrenched’ in the capital cities of the three worst-hit countries, and is accelerating in almost all settings. The trial started on October 8, with the first health worker receiving the drug, fo...

 Ethiopian Airlines ceases direct flight to Ebola affected countries; Sierra Leone, Liberia and Guinea
 Ethiopian Airlines announced that it doesn’t have a direct flight to the first rate Ebola affected countries; Sierra Leone, Liberia and Guinea. Therefore, the airlines said, ‘it is not carrying Ebola infected passengers’. “Though there is not a single case of Ebola infected passenger in its flights to Ethiopia, intensive precautionary measures are being taken” The Airlines said. Ethio...

 GE plans to establish an assembly plant in Ethiopia
 The US-based manufacturing giant, General Electric (GE), is planning to establish a medical equipment assembly plant in Ethiopia. Reliable sources told The Reporter that the US multinational company is planning to assemble various medical equipment and machines in Ethiopia and distribute them to African markets. “They are contemplating to build a light assembly plant in Addis Ababa and export t...