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Ethiopia is new chair of Nile-basin council of ministers

Ethiopia is new chair of Nile-basin council of ministers

🕔06:14, 16.Oct 2017

Written by ABUBAKER MAYEMBA Seleshi Bekele, the Ethiopian minister for Water, has replaced his Ugandan counterpart Sam Cheptoris as chairman of the Nile Basin Council of Ministers (Nile-COM). Bekele, chosen last Thursday, will hold the position until October 2018. Ethiopia takes

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Once famine-stricken, Ethiopia has many lessons for a country like India

Once famine-stricken, Ethiopia has many lessons for a country like India

🕔06:02, 16.Oct 2017

By Neeraj Kaushal Economic Times In my youth, parents chastened their children if they wasted food by reminding them that millions starved in Ethiopia. Ethiopia was the country stricken with famines. According to the World Peace Foundation, between 1870 and

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Haile Gebrselassie builds four-star resort in Arba Minch

Haile Gebrselassie builds four-star resort in Arba Minch

🕔13:14, 14.Oct 2017

To increase number of hotels to 20 in five years. Haile Gebrselassie, renowned athlete turned businessman, is building a four-star resort hotel in Arba Minch town, Southern Regional State at a cost of 250 million birr. Under his investment arm, Haile and Alem International,

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#OromoProtests in Ethiopia take an unexpected turn

#OromoProtests in Ethiopia take an unexpected turn

🕔06:15, 13.Oct 2017

(OPride) — At least 8 people were killed and more than 30 others injured on October 11, 2017 in renewed protests across Ethiopia’s restive Oromia state. Peaceful protests were reported again on Thursday in several Oromia towns, including Woliso in

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Ethiopia is suffering a major internal security crisis

Ethiopia is suffering a major internal security crisis

🕔12:16, 10.Oct 2017

African News Ethiopia till October 8, 2016 was suffering a major internal security crisis with spreading anti-government protests in its Oromia and Amhara regions. At a point, the protests spread to the capital, Addis Ababa. Underlying the protests which started

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Diarrhea outbreak infects 127 in Ethiopia’s second largest city

Diarrhea outbreak infects 127 in Ethiopia’s second largest city

🕔12:12, 10.Oct 2017

File photo shows locals ferry jerrycans on a donkey-cart in Ethiopia’s Somali Regional state, Gode District, Ethiopia, Sept. 1, 2017. (Xinhua/Michael Tewelde) ADDIS ABABA, Oct. 9 (Xinhua) — An Acute Watery Diarrhea (AWD) disease in Ethiopia’s second largest city Dire

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“Ruler who has a care of the constitution should invent terrors” Aristotle – Seyoum Teshome

“Ruler who has a care of the constitution should invent terrors” Aristotle – Seyoum Teshome

🕔07:48, 5.Oct 2017

We have next to consider what means there are of preserving constitutions in general, and in particular cases. In the first place it is evident that if we know the causes which destroy constitutions, we also know the causes which

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Ethiopia Movie Lambadina Comes to DC

Ethiopia Movie Lambadina Comes to DC

🕔14:45, 30.Sep 2017

Tadias Magazine September 30th, 2017 New York (TADIAS) – The Ethiopian film Lambadina will make its Washington, D.C. premiere next week. Directed by Messay Getahun, Lambadina features 9-year-old Joseph, the abandoned son of Solomon, who finds refuge in another home and falls in love with

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The 2019 U.S. Diversity Visa Lottery Program Registration Begins

The 2019 U.S. Diversity Visa Lottery Program Registration Begins

🕔19:39, 28.Sep 2017

Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, Sep 28, 2017:- The U.S. Embassy in Addis Ababa is pleased to announce that the 2019 Diversity Visa (DV) Program registration will open at 7:00pm locally (GMT +3) on Tuesday October 3, 2017 and will close at

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Ethiopian Christians celebrate finding ‘True Cross’ of Jesus Christ crucifixion

Ethiopian Christians celebrate finding ‘True Cross’ of Jesus Christ crucifixion

🕔15:32, 28.Sep 2017

APA News Ethiopian Orthodox Tewahedo Christians on Wednesday celebrated Meskel otherwise called the finding of the “True Cross” by lighting a huge bonfire on the eve.Meskel celebrations commemorate the discovery of the cross by St. Helena, the mother of Roman

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Woe to my Generation! by Prof Adugnaw Worku

Woe to my Generation! by Prof Adugnaw Worku

🕔20:54, 18.Feb 2017

Woe to my Generation! by Prof Adugnaw Worku

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Slow Down to Speed Up: How to Experience a Traditional Ethiopian Coffee Ceremony in DFW

Slow Down to Speed Up: How to Experience a Traditional Ethiopian Coffee Ceremony in DFW

🕔05:42, 11.Jan 2017

TUESDAY, JANUARY 10, 2017 AT 4 A.M. BY TIM COX Coffee is a ritualistic beast. While they’re often subconscious, we all have our own coffee ceremonies — the places where we drink it, what we dress it with, the brands we are

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Video – Biased strangers take a DNA test – the results show why we shouldn’t judge others on their looks

Video – Biased strangers take a DNA test – the results show why we shouldn’t judge others on their looks

🕔14:35, 18.Nov 2016

Humanity has in many ways come quite far, but it’s also clear that it still has a long way to go. Prejudice is one such area where we have much room for improvement. It continues to create problems among people,

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The changing face of Ethiopia  [Yilma Bekele]

The changing face of Ethiopia [Yilma Bekele]

🕔06:10, 15.Nov 2016

by Yilma Bekele The US elections are over and I have not met anyone happy with the outcome. All the dirty linen was was washed in public and the winner was the one with the most stain. The opinion polls malfunctioned

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Q&A with Fikadu G. Tafesse, Ph.D. of Oregon Health & Science University

Q&A with Fikadu G. Tafesse, Ph.D. of Oregon Health & Science University

🕔12:10, 10.Sep 2016

Fikadu G. Tafesse, Ph.D. is an assistant professor of molecular microbiology and immunology who is working to understand how pathogens utilize host cellular processes during infection. He arrived at OHSU from Boston in February, 2016. Where are you from originally? I was

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Drink-driving Sweden minister rues ‘biggest mistake’ [BBC]

Drink-driving Sweden minister rues ‘biggest mistake’ [BBC]

🕔21:43, 13.Aug 2016

Sweden’s youngest ever government minister, Aida Hadzialic, has resigned after being caught driving over the alcoholic limit. Hadzialic, 29, is minister for higher education in the centre-left government and Sweden’s first Muslim minister. She called the drink-driving incident “the greatest

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His Grace Archbishop Abune Melketsedek Receives Awards of Recognition

His Grace Archbishop Abune Melketsedek Receives Awards of Recognition

🕔12:59, 28.Jul 2016

From Members of US Congress, Counties and Cities in California The 92nd Birthday of His Grace Abune Melketsedek was celebrated in California on July 19, 2016 by his Children in God, his Associates and his Admirers. The Archbishop of the

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Ethiopian-Israeli Artist Creates Gorgeous Paintings to Celebrate Her Heritage

Ethiopian-Israeli Artist Creates Gorgeous Paintings to Celebrate Her Heritage

🕔01:24, 21.Jul 2016

Wide-eyed superwomen mesh with history in an eye-catchinge new exhibit by an emerging Israeli artist, currently on view in Harlem. Bold, lively, and abstract, “Mulu and the Beta Clan” by Hirut Yosef features a range of medium from collage to

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From Ethiopia into the rest of Africa; along a road paved with tattoos and other forbidden things

From Ethiopia into the rest of Africa; along a road paved with tattoos and other forbidden things

🕔13:57, 19.Mar 2016

By CHARLES ONYANGO-OBBO Mail & Guardian Africa. Where are the new roads being built in Africa taking the people, and what do the residents in the mushrooming apartments in the cities dream of? IF you drop in on Ethiopia once every one or

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Ethiopia Famine Poetry

Ethiopia Famine Poetry

🕔04:32, 17.Mar 2016

Ethiopia Famine Poetry

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