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Tamagn Beyene | Zehabesha Special Program 

The International Accounts Corporation (IFC) CEO Philippe Le Houérou active two accords with the National Bank of Ethiopia to aggrandize barter and bounded bill costs –”part of a broader accomplishment by IFC play a decidedly beyond role in acknowledging development in Ethiopia by allowance actualize new markets for clandestine investors.”

The aboriginal acceding to abutment the National Bank of Ethiopia is allotment of the all-around barter accounts program. “Under this program, IFC will accommodate guarantees for barter –related transaction obligation of called Ethiopian banks,” according to a account appear at the signing ceremony.

The added acceding will acquiesce IFC to accommodate loans in Ethiopian birr beneath the bounded bill ability of the World Bank group’s International Development Association (IDA) clandestine area window. “The window allows IFC to accommodate abutment to top appulse projects if bounded bill band-aid are contrarily unavailable. An bigger acclaim advertisement arrangement accurate by IFC will facilitate admission to accounts for consumers microenterprises and baby and average businesses in Ethiopia.”

During the signing ceremony, Minister of accounts and Economic Cooperation, Ahmed Shide, hailed the acceding and said; “it’s a new window which helps Ethiopian clandestine area and gives added accommodation for development.’’

 

The national human rights body in Ethiopia has revealed that some 38 inmates currently under detention in connection with a September 2016 prison fire incident have been tortured by the authorities. The Ethiopia Human Rights Commission (EHRC) according to local media portals said the category of torture meted out included pulling out of nails and acts that left the said inmates with scars. The inmates are held at the Ziway and Showa Robit prisons. The government after the incident confirmed the death of 23 patients in the Qilinto prisons deemed to be one of the biggest prison facilities in the country. The state-owned FBC said 21 inmates died as a result of a stampede and suffocation whiles two were killed as they attempted to escape. displayAdvert("mpu_3") Two buildings were damaged by the fire while materials including mattresses, blankets as well as recreational and other facilities used by the inmates were also damaged. A number of inmates and officers were also hospitalized having suffered varied degrees of injuries. In November 2016, a High Court formally charged the 38 inmates for the deadly incident. According to the charges filed by the prosecution, the accused persons cruelly assaulted their colleagues before setting the fire that burnt them and" />
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Tamagn Beyene | Zehabesha Special Program 

The International Accounts Corporation (IFC) CEO Philippe Le Houérou active two accords with the National Bank of Ethiopia to aggrandize barter and bounded bill costs –”part of a broader accomplishment by IFC play a decidedly beyond role in acknowledging development in Ethiopia by allowance actualize new markets for clandestine investors.”

The aboriginal acceding to abutment the National Bank of Ethiopia is allotment of the all-around barter accounts program. “Under this program, IFC will accommodate guarantees for barter –related transaction obligation of called Ethiopian banks,” according to a account appear at the signing ceremony.

The added acceding will acquiesce IFC to accommodate loans in Ethiopian birr beneath the bounded bill ability of the World Bank group’s International Development Association (IDA) clandestine area window. “The window allows IFC to accommodate abutment to top appulse projects if bounded bill band-aid are contrarily unavailable. An bigger acclaim advertisement arrangement accurate by IFC will facilitate admission to accounts for consumers microenterprises and baby and average businesses in Ethiopia.”

During the signing ceremony, Minister of accounts and Economic Cooperation, Ahmed Shide, hailed the acceding and said; “it’s a new window which helps Ethiopian clandestine area and gives added accommodation for development.’’

 

The national human rights body in Ethiopia has revealed that some 38 inmates currently under detention in connection with a September 2016 prison fire incident have been tortured by the authorities. The Ethiopia Human Rights Commission (EHRC) according to local media portals said the category of torture meted out included pulling out of nails and acts that left the said inmates with scars. The inmates are held at the Ziway and Showa Robit prisons. The government after the incident confirmed the death of 23 patients in the Qilinto prisons deemed to be one of the biggest prison facilities in the country. The state-owned FBC said 21 inmates died as a result of a stampede and suffocation whiles two were killed as they attempted to escape. displayAdvert("mpu_3") Two buildings were damaged by the fire while materials including mattresses, blankets as well as recreational and other facilities used by the inmates were also damaged. A number of inmates and officers were also hospitalized having suffered varied degrees of injuries. In November 2016, a High Court formally charged the 38 inmates for the deadly incident. According to the charges filed by the prosecution, the accused persons cruelly assaulted their colleagues before setting the fire that burnt them and
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