Dec 16th, 2013
Egyptian Minister of Water Resources and Irrigation, Mohamed Abdel Motleb, said that the outcome of technical and ministerial meetings of the eastern River Nile countries that were held last week in Khartoum, have reached an agreement stipulating that it was necessary to have a no-more-than-one-year ...
Jun 20th, 2013
By Abebe Gellaw Just like the proverbial bald men fighting over a comb, two unpopular regimes in Cairo and Addis Ababa have lately ended up being ridiculed and jeered across the world for their absurdities. With that melodrama, the long standing loveless relationships between Egypt and Ethiopia have ...
In East Africa
Nov 19th, 2012
By: Goitom T. Various media outlets have been reporting as if Egypt was prepared to attack Ethiopia, to protect its stake in River Nile quoting the internal emails from the U.S. private-security firm STRATFOR. It is also heard that the Chief of the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Russia General ...
Oct 24th, 2012
Mohammed Nassir The era, which we live in now, requires more than ever, strong and genuine cooperation among countries of the world. We have been witnessing the fact that sustainable development could not be effectively attained at a country level unless it is supported by regional or international c...
Nov 22nd, 2010
Sudan will prioritise agriculture to target self sufficiency within five years after the devastation of decades of civil wars, its agriculture minister said on Monday. Africa’s largest country must diversify its economy away from oil — from which it derives more than 90 percent of its for...