The Oromo Democratic Front sees the talks as a step on its journey to returning to politics.
Egypt and Ethiopia are at loggerheads over the construction of the Grand Renaissance Dam.
The Nile basin countries have been attempting to gain as much control as possible over the river.
Human Rights Watch accused Yemeni government employees of “torturing, raping and executing” migrants and asylum-seekers from Ethiopia, Somalia, and Eritrea in a detention centre in Aden.
Abiy Ahmed, Ethiopia’s new prime minister, pledged to address problems in the Oromia Region.
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.
Various anti-government bloggers, journalists, and activists were jailed last month.
The foreign ministers and intelligence chiefs of Egypt, Ethiopia, and Sudan failed to reach an agreement regarding the Grand Renaissance Dam.
Following a ban imposed by the Philippine government on its citizens from working in Kuwait, the domestic workers from the Philippines who can no longer work there will be replaced by Ethiopians.
Hailemariam Desalegn's surprise resignation comes after more than two years of anti-government protests and increasing divisions in the ruling party.
Abiye Ahmed will take over from Hailemariam Desalegn as Ethiopia's prime minister.
Among those detained were journalist Eskinder Nega, bloggers Befekadu Hailu and Mahlet Fantahun, and opposition politician Andualem Arage.
The Ethiopians left after the military operation in the Oromia Region killed nine civilians.
The soldiers were in Moyale to search for Oromo Liberation Front rebels.
The money given by the United States will be distributed among seven African countries.
After mass protests across the country, Bekele Gerba of the Oromo Federalist Congress was freed, and all charges against him were dropped.
The frequent droughts in Ethiopia have made it almost impossible to live a nomadic life.
Bekele Gerba of the Oromo Federalist Congress has been jailed for the second time.
Egypt in particular is concerned over the risk of its water supply being severely reduced by the dam.
Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi and Ethiopian Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn agreed not to allow a dam being built by Ethiopia to damage the relationship between the two countries.
Oromo Federalist Congress leader Merera Gudina is one of 528 people who will have charges against them dropped.
The migrants had come from Eritrea, Ethiopia, and Somalia, and were planning to go to Europe.