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Population: 120.28m
GDP: $111.3bn
Debt: 40.4% of GDP (2023 forecast)

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The price of peace

Following the successful November peace process in South Africa between Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed's government and the Tigray People's Liberation Front (TPLF), the Zanzibar talks d...

Abiy tries to exploit Orthodox schism

Many Copts see the government's hand in the split of Oromo priests from the mainstream Church. But the Church’s Amhara leaders are fighting back

A religious division that threatened to deepen the ethno-nationalist conflicts already threatening the federation began in January and has been waxing and waning, with more arrests...

How El Sisi lost the cold war over water

Closer ties between Addis Ababa and Khartoum sideline Cairo's position on the Nile dam

Egypt, a key player in the Nile Basin, is watching with alarm as the recent rapprochement between Sudan and Ethiopia undercuts its leverage over the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam...

How the Wellega war threatens Abiy

After the peace accord with Tigray, rivalries between the biggest regional blocs in the ruling party trigger more turmoil

So far, the peace agreement between the federal government and the Tigray People's Liberation Front (TPLF) in Pretoria on 2 November has stopped the fighting in a war that had dire...

A fragile truce with many foes

Peace negotiations in Tigray will need careful nurturing to survive while crises among other nationalities reach boiling point

Hopes are high that last year's peace agreement between Tigrayan leaders and the federal government in Addis Ababa can be sustained, but there is a long way to go. The original tim...

Tentative steps towards peace

The reluctance of some to negotiate, tricky problems between allies, and arm-twisting from the west make for a complex negotiating picture

The fledgling peace process between the Ethiopian federal government and the Tigrayan People's Liberation Front has evolved from a mere cessation of hostilities agreed in Pretoria ...

Addis Ababa and Tigray sign an uneasy truce

A trio of African politicians have presided over a tentative step towards ending the world’s deadliest conflict

The truce signed between Addis Ababa's federal forces and Tigrayan representatives in Pretoria on 2 November opens the prospect of an end to the fighting and resumption of essentia...



Federal and Tigrayan leaders open talks in South Africa

The fighting rages on and humanitarian conditions worsen in Tigray as the rival sides start to negotiate – a ceasefire is top of the agenda

Fast moving events on the battlefield where several Tigrayan towns have fallen to Federal forces in recent weeks threaten progress at the peace talks between the federal Ethiopian ...


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