Criminal Teddy (Eduardo Byrono)

Criminal Teddy (Eduardo Byrono)

🕔23:42, 30.Apr 2017

There is a blood on your hands waiting to backfire at you, Theodros Adnahom, You are a thug, a crook and a diehard criminal who deserves to be punished by every possible way. Your time will come! Those of you

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Is there unholy alliance between former UK minister & Bill Gates, targeting WHO director-general’s election?

Is there unholy alliance between former UK minister & Bill Gates, targeting WHO director-general’s election?

🕔07:18, 30.Apr 2017

by Keffyalew Gebremedhin The Ethiopia Observatory (TEO) The former UK secretary of the Department for International Development (DFID) Andrew Mitchell’s article in The Guardian (April 27, 2017) is rather troubling. Through its sophisticated expediency, seemingly reliant on questionable Great Powers’ history

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The Lonely Death of One of Ethiopia’s Most Public Men

The Lonely Death of One of Ethiopia’s Most Public Men

🕔06:37, 30.Apr 2017

Written byEndalk Assefa Chabo, a writer who symbolized the glow of the Ethiopian political movement of the 1970s and the crackdown that followed it, died on April 23 in exile. He was 73. Assefa lived a public life but a

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Visiting Assafa Endeshaw’s “revisit” of Nationalism in Ethiopia (Tilahun Afessa)

Visiting Assafa Endeshaw’s “revisit” of Nationalism in Ethiopia (Tilahun Afessa)

🕔06:13, 30.Apr 2017

Few months ago, a close-friend of mine forwarded to me a copy of a paper written by Assafa Endeshaw, the title of which is “Nationalism in Ethiopia Revisited.” Assafa wrote the paper for a presentation at the 19th International Conference

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International Organizations Leadership Recruitment Policies: the Failed Experiment of Dr. Tedros A. Ghebreyesus Candidacy for WHO Director General Position

International Organizations Leadership Recruitment Policies: the Failed Experiment of Dr. Tedros A. Ghebreyesus Candidacy for WHO Director General Position

🕔07:03, 29.Apr 2017

ABSTRACT In this research article we argue that diplomatic support afforded to an individual is less important than the leadership qualifications or credentials in selecting individuals for International Public Health Organizations. In that regard, we present a case of Dr.

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NEWS$400000 for One Speech? For Ex-Presidents, It Is Now the Norm – New York Times

NEWS$400000 for One Speech? For Ex-Presidents, It Is Now the Norm – New York Times

🕔06:48, 29.Apr 2017

As a soon-to-be ex-president, Harry Truman was not lacking in lucrative offers from the private sector. Several corporations had allegedly offered him more than $100,000 to sit on corporate boards or to serve in symbolic positions when he left office.

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Ethiopia sentences 2 accused al-Shabab members to prison

Ethiopia sentences 2 accused al-Shabab members to prison

🕔05:58, 29.Apr 2017

Associated Press ADDIS ABABA, Ethiopia –  Ethiopia says two men accused of trying to establish a cell of the al-Shabab extremist group inside the country have been sentenced to six years in prison. The state-affiliated Fana Broadcasting Corporate on Friday

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UN rights chief to visit Ethiopia after deadly protests

UN rights chief to visit Ethiopia after deadly protests

🕔05:51, 29.Apr 2017

By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ADDIS ABABA, Ethiopia — Apr 28, 2017 The United Nations says the U.N. human rights chief will visit Ethiopia next month at the invitation of the government, which has rejected U.N. and other outside offers to

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Looming Danger Facing the US Administration  – Tefera Dinberu

Looming Danger Facing the US Administration – Tefera Dinberu

🕔23:48, 28.Apr 2017

Millions of US citizens and all peace loving people around the world are concerned more than ever before about the deterioration of peace in the World. It is believed that the USA has a pivotal leading role in shaping policies

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Farewell to Ato Asefa Chabo (Yosef Degefe)

Farewell to Ato Asefa Chabo (Yosef Degefe)

🕔16:20, 28.Apr 2017

Facing gashe Asefa’s sudden death on Facebook is very shocking. I couldn’t believe it, as some people do, I thought it was April fool (I even haven’t heard that he was sick) …I’ve just started reading his autobiographical book, “Yetzta

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World Press Freedom Day to highlight the contribution of journalism to sustainable development

World Press Freedom Day to highlight the contribution of journalism to sustainable development

🕔05:51, 28.Apr 2017

Paris, 28 April—Critical Minds for Critical Times: The media’s role in advancing peaceful, just and inclusive societies is the theme of UNESCO’s main celebration of this year’s World Press Freedom Day, 3 May. The event will take place in Jakarta,

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Interview with Dr Bezabih Demissie and Yeshiwas Assefa – SBS Amharic

Interview with Dr Bezabih Demissie and Yeshiwas Assefa – SBS Amharic

🕔05:47, 28.Apr 2017

Interview with Dr Bezabih Demissie and Yeshiwas Assefa – SBS Amharic

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The Eritreans fleeing to Ethiopia   [James Jeffrey]

The Eritreans fleeing to Ethiopia [James Jeffrey]

🕔05:00, 28.Apr 2017

Relations may be tense between the neighbouring countries but some Eritreans are crossing the disputed border. James Jeffrey/Al Jazeera Badme, on the border between Eritrea and Ethiopia – The disputed border town of Badme is where war broke out between

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ESFNA first meet in Seattle set for April 29, 2017

ESFNA first meet in Seattle set for April 29, 2017

🕔14:28, 27.Apr 2017

ESFNA first meet in Seattle set for April 29, 2017

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Ethiopia should export pork not donkeys – Daniel Teferra

Ethiopia should export pork not donkeys – Daniel Teferra

🕔14:24, 27.Apr 2017

Ethiopia’s rulers, under pressure from the public, recently ordered the slaughterhouse for donkeys in Bishoftu be closed. The meat was to be exported to Vietnam and the skin to China. Trade can be mutually beneficial, but not when a country

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US issues warning after Ethiopia grenade attacks

US issues warning after Ethiopia grenade attacks

🕔14:13, 27.Apr 2017

By AFP | Published: 27th April 2017 ADDIS ABABA: The United States issued a warning Thursday to its citizens about travelling to a popular tourist region in Ethiopia after a string of grenade attacks targeting hotels and homes. The US

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Poll: Who should be the next WHO Director-General?

Poll: Who should be the next WHO Director-General?

🕔05:42, 27.Apr 2017

Sign Here-  Poll: Who should be the next WHO Director-General? Sign Here-  Poll: Who should be the next WHO Director-General?

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FULBRIGHT HONOR TO TAKE ALUMNA TO ETHIOPIA

FULBRIGHT HONOR TO TAKE ALUMNA TO ETHIOPIA

🕔05:22, 27.Apr 2017

UNIVERSITY OF DENVER LORI WESTERMANN ALUMNA, ETHIOPIA, FULBRIGHT SCHOLAR, LIBRARY, LIS, OPEN ACCESS 0 Library Information Science Program Alumna (MLS ’78), Janet Lee has been named a Fulbright Scholar and will use the opportunity to take her expertise in open access publishing

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Voice of Amhara Daily News April 26, 2017

Voice of Amhara Daily News April 26, 2017

🕔04:49, 27.Apr 2017

Voice of Amhara Daily News April 26, 2017

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Ethiopia’s Crackdown on Dissent Leaves Youth With Dangerous Options

Ethiopia’s Crackdown on Dissent Leaves Youth With Dangerous Options

🕔18:55, 26.Apr 2017

Kelsey Lilley Wednesday, April 26, 2017 Ostensibly intended to quell unrest perpetrated by “anti-peace” forces, Ethiopia’s extension of a state of emergency in March signals a continued crackdown on the country’s restive and aggrieved population. This repression disproportionately affects 65

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