Clemson awarded $1.16M to research use of connected, automated vehicle technology to boost energy efficiency

Clemson awarded $1.16M to research use of connected, automated vehicle technology to boost energy efficiency

🕔21:01, 20.Jul 2017

Clemson University researches have been awarded roughly $1.16 million to research the use of connected and automated vehicle technology to help boost energy efficiency. The U.S. Department of Energy announced the investment last week as part of a total $19.4 million investment

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Ethiopian speaker selected to give TEDGlobal talk in Arusha, Tanzania

Ethiopian speaker selected to give TEDGlobal talk in Arusha, Tanzania

🕔14:51, 20.Jul 2017

Satenaw– The organizers of TEDGlobal 2017 announced the speaker program for its Arusha, Tanzania event held this August 27-30. Ethiopian Sarah Menker is featured on the list. The full speaker lineup can be found here: TEDGlobal 2017 marks TED’s first official return to Africa in 10

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Trump’s Africa policy should end US aid to dictators, rights abusers – ALEMAYEHU G. MARIAM, 

Trump’s Africa policy should end US aid to dictators, rights abusers – ALEMAYEHU G. MARIAM, 

🕔14:48, 20.Jul 2017

BY ALEMAYEHU G. MARIAM, Earlier this month, President Donald Trump was criticized for letting his “unelected” daughter Ivanka sit in for him during the high-level “Partnership with Africa, Migration and Health” session at the G-20. Ms. Trump was criticized for not making “any major contributions” to

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Ethiopia’s Music of Resistance Stays Strong, Despite Repression

Ethiopia’s Music of Resistance Stays Strong, Despite Repression

🕔07:54, 20.Jul 2017

Written by Endalk In Ethiopia, journalists and bloggers have long been subjected to imprisonment and terrorism charges, but musicians have been relatively free — until recently. Over the past year, what activists call “resistance songs” have flooded a tiny corner of the

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Businesses Go on Strike in Ethiopia’s Oromiya Region Over Taxes

Businesses Go on Strike in Ethiopia’s Oromiya Region Over Taxes

🕔07:46, 20.Jul 2017

By Aaron Maasho ADDIS ABABA (Reuters) – Retail business owners in some towns of Ethiopia’s Oromiya region have gone on strike over the imposition of a revised tax law, residents said, the latest unrest to plague a province that was

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A Water Weed Is Damaging Ethiopia’s Largest Lake and Putting Livelihoods at Risk

A Water Weed Is Damaging Ethiopia’s Largest Lake and Putting Livelihoods at Risk

🕔07:29, 20.Jul 2017

Written byEndalk Since 2012, an invasive weed known as the water hyacinth has been subsuming tens of thousands of acreage of the surface of Lake Tana, as well as adjacent wetlands and ranches surrounding the lake. About two million Ethiopians

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Ethiopia: Intellectual Genocide in the making?  – By George Carlin

Ethiopia: Intellectual Genocide in the making? – By George Carlin

🕔21:47, 19.Jul 2017

The Strong and Pervasive Evidence of Ethnic Inequalities “The caterpillar does all the work, but the butterfly gets all the publicity.” By George Carlin Contact information: Girma Berhanu Department of Education and Special Education University of Gothenburg Box 300, SE

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AUSC Presidency’s Special Advisor Professor Mammo Muchie has just returned from West Africa for 7 Jul ‘Integrated African Sustainable Development.

AUSC Presidency’s Special Advisor Professor Mammo Muchie has just returned from West Africa for 7 Jul ‘Integrated African Sustainable Development.

🕔20:32, 19.Jul 2017

In the West Africa where he gave a series of lectures on innovation from science, technology, engineering and mathematics for an Integrated African Sustainable Development. Being a champion of Pan-Africanism, he believes that innovation can be used to promote African

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Rape as a War Weapon in the Ogaden Region

Rape as a War Weapon in the Ogaden Region

🕔11:44, 19.Jul 2017

The Ogaden is a region between Somalia and Ethiopia. The Somalis living in the region have been suffering cruel tortures at the hands of the Tigrayan People’s Liberation Front (TPLF)  forces. The situation is hardly known by the rest of the world

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Climate change threatens an ancient way of life in Ethiopia

Climate change threatens an ancient way of life in Ethiopia

🕔06:26, 19.Jul 2017

By Paul Schemm July 18 at 5:00 AM Zeinab Taher once roamed through Ethiopia’s arid Somali region tending a vast herd of 350 sheep, goats and cattle with her nine children. Then the autumn rains failed and the grass that fed her

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Winnie Mandela: South Africa is in crisis – BBC

Winnie Mandela: South Africa is in crisis – BBC

🕔06:09, 19.Jul 2017

Winnie Madikizela-Mandela has said that South Africa “is in crisis” and that the governing ANC has “messed up”. The former wife of the country’s first president, Nelson Mandela, was speaking to the BBC as the world marks Mandela Day, which

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ESAT DC Daily News Tue 18 Jul 2017

ESAT DC Daily News Tue 18 Jul 2017

🕔22:11, 18.Jul 2017

ESAT DC Daily News Tue 18 Jul 2017

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ESAT Breaking News- Heavy fighting, including artillery exchanges between Ethiopia and Eritrea

ESAT Breaking News- Heavy fighting, including artillery exchanges between Ethiopia and Eritrea

🕔22:05, 18.Jul 2017

Heavy fighting between TPLF led Ethiopian army and Eritrea including artillery exchanges reported in the place called Erob, northeastern Tigray region. (ESAT News)

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PERPETRATING GENOCIDE OR PROMOTING FAMILY PLANNING? THE UNETHICAL USE OF BIRTH CONTROL PROGRAM AS INSTRUMENT OF AMARA ETHNOCIDE

PERPETRATING GENOCIDE OR PROMOTING FAMILY PLANNING? THE UNETHICAL USE OF BIRTH CONTROL PROGRAM AS INSTRUMENT OF AMARA ETHNOCIDE

🕔16:19, 18.Jul 2017

Assefa Negash, M.D. Amstelveen, Holland – the 17th of July 2017  Let me start discussion of a disturbing case of a 13 years old Amara girl from a small town called Maksingt, in the Gonder area of the so-called Amara region

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Hiber Radio Weekly Ethiopian News – July 17th, 2017

Hiber Radio Weekly Ethiopian News – July 17th, 2017

🕔14:44, 18.Jul 2017

Hiber Radio Weekly Ethiopian News

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The story of Nigist Yirga: One brave girl among thousands in Tigrai people Lebration Front terror House

The story of Nigist Yirga: One brave girl among thousands in Tigrai people Lebration Front terror House

🕔13:31, 18.Jul 2017

Ethiopian Task Force of NY/NJ Nigist Yirga Tefera is a twenty-four-year-old girl and a resident of kebele 18 in Gonder City. As most of the youth in Ethiopia she is craving for fair governance, equality, democratic rights and an end to

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Ethiopian Musicians Charged With Terrorism for ‘Inciting’ Song Lyrics

Ethiopian Musicians Charged With Terrorism for ‘Inciting’ Song Lyrics

🕔07:32, 18.Jul 2017

Written by Endalk Seven producers and performers of a popular YouTube music video were charged in Ethiopia in late June with terrorism for producing ‘inciting’ audio-visual materials and ‘uploading them on YouTube’. The group members were arrested in December 2016

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Eritrea: Thousands of New Young Soldiers Graduate from Sawa

Eritrea: Thousands of New Young Soldiers Graduate from Sawa

🕔16:53, 17.Jul 2017

Sawa, 17 July 2017 – Participants of the 30th round National Service and 8th course Vocational Training Center graduated on 15 July in the presence of President Isaias Afwerki, Ministers, Army Commanders, Regional administrators, senior Government and PFDJ officials as well

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New tax hikes pushing Ethiopians to protest the government

New tax hikes pushing Ethiopians to protest the government

🕔10:30, 17.Jul 2017

addisstandard 2017-07-17 Etenesh Abera Addis Abeba, July 17/2017 – Frustrated by a recent significant tax increase in category “C” tax payers, which consists small businesses with an annual turnover of up to 100,000 Birr,  cities in various parts of the Oromia regional

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Chinese, South Korean, Indian apparel makers landing in Ethiopia

Chinese, South Korean, Indian apparel makers landing in Ethiopia

🕔09:18, 17.Jul 2017

Young, low-wage labor attracting garment companies from around world MASANORI TOBITA, Nikkei staff writer ADDIS ABABA — Ethiopia is fast developing into a dynamic apparel-sourcing hub as low labor costs lure international clothing makers to the African nation. Manufacturers from

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