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The tricky point among Egypt and Ethiopia emerges on a specialized level identifying with the period it takes to fill the dam's repository. Ethiopia has said that it will take up to 5-6 years to fill the supply. Then again, Egypt has requested that Ethiopia submit to the Nile water amount (stream) in filling the supply to, "Stay away from any critical harm on the downstream nations."

 

At least seven people died after clashes broke out between security forces and worshippers taking part in a religious ceremony marking Epiphany in northern Ethiopia over the weekend, officials said. Authorities in the Horn of Africa country’s Amhara region said they were yet to determine the causes of the violence that first erupted on Saturday in the town of Woldiya, more than 500 kilometres north of the capital Addis Ababa. “Attempts to unblock roads and prevent the destruction of property are still ongoing. The situation has improved (since Sunday) but we are still having to undertake such measures,” said Amare Goshu, a police commissioner of the district. displayAdvert("mpu_3") Attempts to unblock roads and prevent the destruction of property are still ongoing. The situation has improved (since Sunday) but we are still having to undertake such measures. One member of security forces deployed to quell the violence was among the dead, he said. Orthodox Christians use Epiphany celebrations to mark the baptism of Jesus Christ. It was not immediately clear if the violence is related to unrest that plagued the country in 2015 and 2016. The United Nations Human Rights Agency released a statement saying it was ‘concerned about the use of" />
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As indicated by the recreation center's agent executive, Ethiopian experts will mostly get specialized, administrative and related supervisory jobs as a feature of the mixing activity between the Bahir Dar University and the Bahir Dar Industrial Park.

In the meantime, the Bahir Dar modern park in association with IPDC and the CCECC additionally a week ago gave school units to more than 250students in zone, whose families were migrated because of the mechanical park's development venture, worth 300,000 birr inside the recreation center's compound in time for the beginning of the school year.

Pushing towards development and improvement, the Government of Ethiopia said that it will keep on keeping up its situation on the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD), in spite of Egypt's steadfast endeavors to weight Ethiopia especially on the period of time allocated to fill the dam, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ethiopia (MoFA) disclosed to The Reporter.

The above proclamation was issued following an announcement by the Egyptian Ministry of remote Affairs, and The Reporter's endeavor to request a response from the Ethiopian side.

Representative Minister for the African Affairs at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Egypt, Hamdi Louza, in an announcement made on Thursday, demonstrated that his nation has voiced its uneasiness concerning the drawn-out arrangements with Addis Ababa on the disputable Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD).

Louza, holding a gathering with European ministers to Egypt, gave a report on the most recent advancements between Egypt, Ethiopia, and Sudan, over the dam. He explained that Egypt had submitted to the two nations, "a reasonable proposition for the dam activity and filling of its store."

The tricky point among Egypt and Ethiopia emerges on a specialized level identifying with the period it takes to fill the dam's repository. Ethiopia has said that it will take up to 5-6 years to fill the supply. Then again, Egypt has requested that Ethiopia submit to the Nile water amount (stream) in filling the supply to, "Stay away from any critical harm on the downstream nations."

 

At least seven people died after clashes broke out between security forces and worshippers taking part in a religious ceremony marking Epiphany in northern Ethiopia over the weekend, officials said. Authorities in the Horn of Africa country’s Amhara region said they were yet to determine the causes of the violence that first erupted on Saturday in the town of Woldiya, more than 500 kilometres north of the capital Addis Ababa. “Attempts to unblock roads and prevent the destruction of property are still ongoing. The situation has improved (since Sunday) but we are still having to undertake such measures,” said Amare Goshu, a police commissioner of the district. displayAdvert("mpu_3") Attempts to unblock roads and prevent the destruction of property are still ongoing. The situation has improved (since Sunday) but we are still having to undertake such measures. One member of security forces deployed to quell the violence was among the dead, he said. Orthodox Christians use Epiphany celebrations to mark the baptism of Jesus Christ. It was not immediately clear if the violence is related to unrest that plagued the country in 2015 and 2016. The United Nations Human Rights Agency released a statement saying it was ‘concerned about the use of
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