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Dr. Dagnachew Assef, Professor of Philosophy at Addis Ababa University (Photo Awramba Times) Awramba Times (Addis Ababa) – Dr. Dagnachew Assefa, Professor of Philosophy at the Addis Ababa University speaks out in defense of peaceful struggle in Ethiopia. In a
By Mohammed Ademo cjr.org The quiet dismissal of some 10 percent of the station’s journalists underscores the country’s further descent into total media blackout – See more at: http://www.cjr.org/behind_the_news/ethiopia_cans_18_journalists.php#sthash.kNMFSHD3.dpuf On June 25, when 18 journalists from Ethiopia’s state-run Oromia Radio and
Elias Kifle | June 27th, 2014 Ethiopian Review DLA Piper, the notorious law firm that represents blood thirsty dictators around the world, has been after me for the past several years. So far they have filed 3 lawsuits against me
By Nicolas Pinault | VOA News 27 June, 2014 Cote D’Ivoire’s Didier Drogba, who gained wide notoriety playing for Chelsea in the British Premier League, is the highest paid African footballer and the fifth highest paid player in the world. You
Possessing khat, a plant used as a stimulant by Somali communities, has been made illegal in the UK. The ban comes after members of Cardiff’s Somali community previouslycalled for khat to be outlawed while others say it does not have a
Ezana Haddis, Special to Addis Standard In mid-2012 the Addis Abeba City Administration (AACA) has organized a project office called “Addis Ababa City Planning Project Office” and tasked it to prepare a city development plan that it claimed would work
Back in 2006, after the second US invasion of Iraq culminated if not with the discovery of the WMDs (which were the pretext for the invasion in the first place), but the unearthing (literally) and kangaroo court trial of Saddam
Two matches have been completed, and here’s how they stand. At least I think this is how they stand…. Two teams advance to the knockout round and two teams go home from each group. The knockout bracket pairings look like this:
By Michael D. Higgins Last September, speaking as chairperson of the African Union, Ethiopian Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn1 told the UN General Assembly that “the 21st century will be an African century.” He referred to Africa’s immense natural resources, its fast-growing
Most countries in Africa haven’t been crowned fashion capitals just yet. Some regions, however, have taken many in the fashion industry by surprise. Companies like Hugo Boss, Prada and Cartier have helped to expand the growing luxury market within Africa.
According to The Global Multidimensional Poverty Index (MPI), published by Oxford University, Ethiopia ranks the second poorest country in the world just ahead of Niger. The study is based on analysis of acute poverty in 108 developing countries around the world. Despite making
FOREIGN RELATIONS OF THE UNITED STATES, 1952-1954. AFRICA AND SOUTH ASIA (IN TWO PARTS): VOLUME XI, PART 1 United States interest in the Federation of Ethiopia and Eritrea; United States military aid for Ethiopia; the visit of Emperor Haile Selassie
Doctoral candidate Abeje Yenehun Mersha designed novel human-in-the-loop control architectures for this new and advanced generation of aerial service robots. Mr. Mersha is affiliated with the CTIT research institute of the University of Twente, in The Netherlands. He is due
Mahelt Fasil A judge at the Arada First Instance Court, First Bench, told the police this morning to finalize its investigations and bring charges against three independent journalists and three members of the blog Zone9 detained without charges since 25th and 26th of April this year.
The third volume of the Desta series was just published. Readers will find the ever unfolding Ethiopian story to be as enchanting and mesmerizing as those that appear in the first two volumes. This book, as its precursors, contains a
By Paul O’Keeffe Global Research, June 11, 2014 Detention under spurious charges in Ethiopia is nothing new. With the second highest rate of imprisoned journalists in Africa and arbitrary detention for anyone who openly objects to the Ethiopian Peoples’ Revolutionary Democratic
By Alemayehu Bacha Sufian Ahmed, Minister for Finance and Economic Development presented Ethiopia’s 2014/2015 budget bill on Monday, June 9, 2014 to the House of Peoples’ Representatives (HPR) suggesting the fiscal year’s budget to be 178.6 Billion Birr. After the presentation
By Prof Mammo Muchie Projecting a future can provide agency to realise what is selected to be addressed or do the exact opposite. Instead of projecting a future, what may be more sensible is to create a future by making it
Acceptance speech on behalf of Eskinder Nega, the World Association of Newspapers and News Publishers, Torino, Italy, 9 June 2014. Ladies and gentlemen – members of the press. I really wish I did not have to do this. This morning,
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