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Escalation comes amid stalled negotiations between Egypt, Ethiopia, and Sudan over GERD dispute
The Sudanese Ministry of Foreign Affairs announced, on Wednesday, that it had summoned the Ethiopian Ambassador to Khartoum after the Sudanese authorities found, during the period from 26 July to 8 August, total of 29 bodies carried by the Sett River, east of the villages adjacent to Wad Al Helio locality in Kassala State, eastern Sudan. Sudan informed the Ethiopian Ambassador that the bodies were …
Ethiopia claimed that armed group entered Sudanese territories to target Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam
Sudanese army resizes control of Al-Fashqa, which has been occupied by Ethiopian militias since 1994
Feltman’s nine-day tour aims to promote peace in Ethiopia
The country’s is suffering from armed conflict in several regions.
Ethiopia accuses Khartoum of interfering in Tigray crisis
It was not immediately clear what the government’s plans are, although units from different regions have moved towards Tigray in recent weeks to support the army
Time frame for GERD talks is necessary to reach final agreement, says Nourhan Moussa
He told Ethiopian local media that some Western governments are pressuring Ethiopia to open a corridor to western Tigray through the Sudanese border to provide humanitarian assistance in the region.
President’s remarks come whilst meeting Vice President of South Sudan James Wani Igga
Dam would never significantly harm downstream countries, says Ethiopia’s Prime Minister
The move comes in the wake of the Tigray People’s Liberation Front (TPLF) regaining control, last month, of Mek’ele, the capital of the war-ravaged Tigray region.
Perhaps within hours, a meeting of the UN Security Council will be held, to discuss the dispute between Egypt and Sudan on the one hand, and Ethiopia on the other, regarding the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) that is being built on the Blue Nile. It seems that Addis Ababa is not interested in the …
Egyptian, Sudanese foreign ministers call for legally binding agreement on filling, operating of controversial dam
UN asks Ethiopian authorities to cooperate to promote peace and stability in country
The Tigray region was excluded from the upcoming elections as it recovers from a military operation against the Tigray People’s Liberation Front (TPLF), which was recently designated by the central government as a terrorist movement.
African Union has yet to provide solutions to controversial dam crisis, says Mohamed Abdel Atty
Political parties are competing for the 547 seats in parliament, along with regional and federal councils. Voters in 23 constituencies in Addis Ababa are voting.
Sudanese Foreign Minister accuses Ethiopia of filling dam without reaching agreement with downstream countries
Arab Foreign Ministers meeting indicates Arab unity, says head of Arab League mission to UN
Egypt firmly rejects Ethiopia dam’s second filling before reaching final agreement, says Shoukry
The historic visit by Egypt’s President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi to Djibouti is the decisive step in tightening the screws on Ethiopia. It was the first official visit of an Egyptian president in over 40 years. During the visit, the two sides discussed various files related to cooperation and ways to strengthen bilateral relations, especially on …
Water projects in Nile Basin should be established after coordination, agreement with countries that may be affected by them, especially downstream countries, says Egypt Foreign Ministry
Ethiopia responds to Egyptian-Sudanese military trainings by highlighting its strong army
Egypt is ready for 2nd filling through several projects, but will never abandon its water rights
Sudan’s Minister of Energy and Oil stresses second filling of GERD will affect his country’s electricity production, warns of energy shortage
Eritrea, Sudan leaders discuss cooperation, ways to develop ties between two countries
This was in Uganda, when the Ethiopian side insisted on thwarting any hope for a solution that meets the demands of the three parties [Egypt, Sudan, and Ethiopia] without harming the interests of any of them.
Khartoum affirms that Ethiopian efforts to disavow international agreements, treaties are irresponsible