PM replaces defence and peace ministers, retains finance minister at beginning of his first full five-year term.
Since July, 445 trucks have entered Ethiopia’s war-torn Tigray, but only 38 returned – hampering future aid deliveries.
The conflict in the north has cost $2.5bn, the dollar has sunk and international investors are staying away.
Regulator accuses outlet of advancing agenda of a ‘terrorist’ group, in a move decried by media rights organisations.
Deputy president of Amhara region, Fanta Mandefro, tells Al Jazeera additional forces deployed to borders with Tigray.
Abiy says he remains committed to peace – even if it comes at a ‘cost’ – but the latest attacks will not go unanswered.
Lawyers say ethnic Tigrayans outside embattled region are being held and their businesses shut amid 8-month conflict.
Ethiopian PM has prevailed in his first electoral contest, but there is little to celebrate given country’s dire state.
PM Abiy Ahmed’s Prosperity Party wins 410 out of 436 contested seats in Ethiopia’s federal parliament.
Abiy Ahmed says he wants a period of silence in Tigray after TPLF seized control of the regional capital, Mekelle.
Senior UN official says humanitarian situation in conflict-hit northern Ethiopian region has ‘worsened dramatically’.
Tigrayan fighters say they forced Ethiopian troops out of regional capital but gov’t insists it was tactical withdrawal.
TPLF vows to go after forces allied to the government from the Amhara region and neighbouring nation Eritrea.
Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed expected to win election overshadowed by questions over its credibility and the Tigray war.