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Tentera mahu membunuh saya, kata PM Ethiopia

Pada 10 Okt ratusan anggota tentera berarak ke pejabat perdana menteri dan ada diantara mereka membawa senjata.

Eritrea dares to dream of change as Ethiopia peace dawns

The rapprochement has seen flights resume between Asmara and Addis Ababa and emotion-filled visits by Eritrean President Isaias Afwerki and Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed.

Foes Ethiopia, Eritrea pledge to open embassies as leaders embrace

After decades of their countries not being on good terms, Abiy Ahmed of Ethiopia and Isaias Afwerki of Eritrea agreed to reopen embassies in each other's respective countries.

Ethiopia removes “terrorist” label from three opposition groups

Ethiopia removed three opposition groups from its list of "terrorist" organisations on Thursday.

Violence in southern Ethiopia forces more than 800,000 to flee

Leaders encouraged the movement of people back to their homes after initial fighting, but to no avail.

US to send FBI experts to investigate Ethiopia blast

Thirty people have been arrested on suspicion of involvement in the attack that killed two and wounded 156 in Addis Ababa's packed Meskel Square. Nine police officers have also been detained over the security lapse, officials said.

Second person dead, 30 arrested, after Saturday’s grenade attack at Ethiopia...

The attack in Addis Ababa injured over 150.

Eritrea welcomes Ethiopia’s olive branch, raising hopes of breakthrough

Relations between Eritrea and Ethiopia have gradually been improving.

Riyadh to release Ethiopia-born Saudi tycoon detained in anti-graft swoop, Ethiopia...

Ethiopia also announced that Saudi Arabia had agreed to release 1,000 Ethiopian citizens who have been in prison there for a variety of offenses.

Ethiopia’s new PM visits town that was centre of anti-government protests

Abiy Ahmed, Ethiopia’s new prime minister, pledged to address problems in the Oromia Region.

Ethiopia’s PM seeks end to violence that displaced nearly a million

Violence along the border of the Horn of Africa country's Somali and Oromiya provinces first erupted in September last year, with both regions blaming the other for the unrest.