Ethiopia
10 Aug 2016 L'Humanité
Éthiopie. L’accaparement des terres au cœur de la crise
Ces dix dernières années, 150 000 paysans oromo ont été chassés de leurs terres par l’explosion démographique de la capitale ou par la location à long terme de terres cultivables à des capitalistes étrangers.
10 Aug 2016 RFI
Ethiopie: pourquoi le régime suscite-t-il tant de colère?
Le Plan de développement intégré d'Addis Abeba est temporairement suspendu, mais les Oromos sont persuadés que la politique d'expropriation et de déplacement des populations oromos va se poursuivre
09 Aug 2016 Reuters
Dozens shot dead in anti-government protests across Ethiopia says opposition
Unrest flared in Oromiya for several months until early this year over plans to allocate farmland surrounding the regional capital for development.
08 Aug 2016 SeneNews
Ethiopie: Prés de 100 personnes tuées par la police
Les manifestations, aux motifs différents, avaient pour point commun une dénonciation de l’accaparement de l’appareil d’État par des responsables essentiellement issus de la région du Tigré.
19 Jul 2016 The Telegraph
Roses bloom, then thorns pop up
To Karuturi, who has also offered to grow up to one million tonne of lentils for India on farm tracts leased in Ethiopia, the Mozambique model is an example of "political correctness."
18 Jul 2016 Thomson Reuters Foundation
Why is the EU funding Ethiopia's repression of land rights defenders?
Opponents of the Ethiopian government’s policies have faced violence, but the EU has continued to provide funding for its commercial land deal projects.
16 Jul 2016 Standard
EU, Ethiopia, Germany launch 3.8 million euro project to support agricultural investments in Ethiopia
Today, the Ethiopian Ministry of Agriculture and Natural Resources with support from the European Union and Germany launched a 3.8 million euro project to support responsible agricultural investment in Ethiopia.
08 Jul 2016 Daily News Egypt
Egypt is investing more than Israel to develop Africa, says analyst
Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu said that Israel will support Ethiopia to develop its water resources by enhancing its agriculture systems.
01 Jul 2016 Curtis Research
Chinese, Brazilian and Indian investments in African agriculture: impacts, opportunities and concerns
New report for Acord International says land grabs are not a generalised feature of Brazilian, Chinese and Indian investment in African agriculture but some do raise major concerns
23 Jun 2016 howwemadeitinafrica.com
Policy uncertainty holding back investment in agriculture
Grow Africa executive director William Asiko dismisses concerns about large-scale land grabbing in Ethiopia as "perceptions".
18 Jun 2016 Business Standard
Farming for India Inc abroad largely on paper
India’s plan to lease farm land in Mozambique, Tanzania and Malawi to grow pulses for domestic consumers is not the first such project
13 Jun 2016 Bloomberg
Ethiopian China-backed sugar-export push hits cash, design snags
Ethiopia’s development of Chinese-backed sugar plants in the country’s south, part of a plan to become one of the world’s top 10 exporters, is struggling because of a lack of funding and technical expertise, a research group said.


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