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Enabling Communities in Ethiopia to Cope With Severe Drought

Enabling Communities in Ethiopia to Cope With Severe Drought

🕔06:13, 17.Aug 2017

ReliefWeb REPORT In areas where families were heavily reliant on their animals to survive, the loss of livestock has reduced one-time breadwinners to being recipients of aid. Arid land and undetected diseases continue to threaten the remaining animals and are leaving

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Video: Rights Violation in Custody – A story of Activist Nigist Yirga

Video: Rights Violation in Custody – A story of Activist Nigist Yirga

🕔05:57, 17.Aug 2017

Abdur Rahman Alfa Shaban with EHRP The Ethiopia Human Rights Project (EHRP) has shone light on instances of rights abuses in the country’s prisons. EHRP used the story of a young woman, Nigist Yirga, who has been held by authorities since 2015

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Alarm as Drought Kills Two Million Livestock

Alarm as Drought Kills Two Million Livestock

🕔13:01, 16.Aug 2017

About 8.5 million reported people are in hunger Drought victims continue to live in fear and uncertainty as the recent severe drought has killed two million livestock so far, according to a report of the Food & Agriculture Organization (FAO)

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Lawyer says Ethiopia’s political prisoners are victims of kangaroo courts, unjust laws

Lawyer says Ethiopia’s political prisoners are victims of kangaroo courts, unjust laws

🕔11:43, 16.Aug 2017

ESAT News–The legal director of an international advocacy group has said that Ethiopia’s political prisoners like journalist Eskinder Nega and Andualem Aragie are not terrorists but victims of “kangaroo courts” and unjust laws designed to criminalize fundamental rights. Kate Barth,

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Oxfam: 700,000 at Risk of Starvation in Ethiopia – Salem Solomon

Oxfam: 700,000 at Risk of Starvation in Ethiopia – Salem Solomon

🕔03:36, 16.Aug 2017

Food insecurity in the Somali region of Ethiopia has worsened, putting 700,000 people on the verge of starvation, according to Oxfam International. The humanitarian organization says that about 8.5 million people across the country face a high risk of hunger,

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ESAT Special Documentary Ambassador Girma Biru Aug 14 2017

ESAT Special Documentary Ambassador Girma Biru Aug 14 2017

🕔13:52, 15.Aug 2017

  ESAT Special Documentary Ambassador Girma Biru Aug 14 2017

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How Harlem’s Col. Hubert (Black Eagle) Julian soared to glory at home and in Ethiopia

How Harlem’s Col. Hubert (Black Eagle) Julian soared to glory at home and in Ethiopia

🕔07:49, 15.Aug 2017

BY JAY MAEDER NEW YORK DAILY NEWS Monday, August 14, 2017, From Italy’s standpoint, it was true, Italy had been fairly royally chiseled out of any substantive World War spoils. The Allies had promised the sun and moon and then

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Ethiopia’s “father of tourism”, Habteselassie Tafesse laid to rest

Ethiopia’s “father of tourism”, Habteselassie Tafesse laid to rest

🕔06:42, 14.Aug 2017

ADDIS ABABA, Aug. 13 (Xinhua) — The man known as “the father of Ethiopia’s tourism”, Habteselassie Tafesse, was laid to rest on Sunday at a funeral held on the premises of Holy Trinity Cathedral in Ethiopia’s capital Addis Ababa. Habteselassie,

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Vision Ethiopia and ESAT Fourth Conference  Third and final call for papers

Vision Ethiopia and ESAT Fourth Conference Third and final call for papers

🕔06:09, 14.Aug 2017

Vision Ethiopia and ESAT Fourth Conference Third and final call for papers, July 31, 2017 Conference Theme Building Democratic Institutions in Ethiopia የዲሞክራሲ ተቋማትን በኢትዮጵያ ስለመግንባት Vision Ethiopia, an independent network of Ethiopian scholars and professionals, in collaboration with the

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FinTech is Accelerating the Digital Transformation of Banking in Africa

FinTech is Accelerating the Digital Transformation of Banking in Africa

🕔21:52, 13.Aug 2017

Due to their potent blend of trail‐blazing technology and disruptive innovation, FinTech players have the ability to accelerate the digital transformation of financial services in Africa and, in turn, further spur incumbent banks to rapidly ramp‐up their own innovation initiatives

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Ethiopia’s life under emergency

Ethiopia’s life under emergency

🕔11:43, 13.Aug 2017

Nizar Manek Military helicopters circled above a crowd of thousands during a festival in Ethiopia’s Oromia region in October last. “Down, down TPLF!” one of those who assembled at Bishoftu town in Oromia shouted into a microphone, referring to the

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South Sudan Rebels Say Have Retaken Town Near Border With Ethiopia

South Sudan Rebels Say Have Retaken Town Near Border With Ethiopia

🕔11:20, 13.Aug 2017

NAIROBI (Reuters) – South Sudan’s rebels on Saturday said they had wrested control of Pagak, their stronghold town near the country’s border with Ethiopia, from government forces, a day after launching an offensive to drive them out. Formerly controlled by

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Mueller Is Said to Seek Interviews With West Wing in Russia Case

Mueller Is Said to Seek Interviews With West Wing in Russia Case

🕔15:39, 12.Aug 2017

by MARIANNA SOTOMAYOR, PHIL MCCAUSLAND and ARIANA BROCKINGTON CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. — One person died and 19 were injured after a car plowed through a crowd here on Saturday. White nationalists and counter-protesters had violently clashed earlier in the day, injuring eight and prompting Charlottesville

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Intense Fighting Between Cities of Babile and Harar in Ethiopia – US Embassy

Intense Fighting Between Cities of Babile and Harar in Ethiopia – US Embassy

🕔08:16, 12.Aug 2017

August 11, 2017 – The United States embassy in Ethiopia announced that the main road from Addis Ababa to Jijiga has been blocked by security forces between the cities of Babile and Harar due to intense fighting including gunfire. Ethiopian

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Heavy fighting erupts in South Sudan near border with Ethiopia

Heavy fighting erupts in South Sudan near border with Ethiopia

🕔08:10, 12.Aug 2017

NAIROBI (Reuters) – Heavy fighting erupted on Friday in the South Sudanese town of Pagak near the border with Ethiopia when rebels launched an offensive against government forces, the rebels said. Rebel spokesman Lam Paul Gabriel told Reuters that the

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American expert accuses TPLF of reviving apartheid in Ethiopia, embezzling billions of dollars

American expert accuses TPLF of reviving apartheid in Ethiopia, embezzling billions of dollars

🕔06:14, 11.Aug 2017

(ESAT) An American economist and civil resistance expert has accused the TPLF of copying the policies of the defunct apartheid regime in South Africa to oppress and exploit the poor people of Ethiopia. In an exclusive interview with ESAT, David

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Panel discussion with Dr Beyan Asoba, Dr Abreham Alemu, and Geletaw Zeleke – Pt 1 – SBS Amharic

Panel discussion with Dr Beyan Asoba, Dr Abreham Alemu, and Geletaw Zeleke – Pt 1 – SBS Amharic

🕔06:05, 11.Aug 2017

Panel discussion with Dr Beyan Asoba, Dr Abreham Alemu, and Geletaw Zeleke – Pt 1 – SBS Amharic

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Massive assets freeze in Ethiopia high-level anti-corruption crackdown

Massive assets freeze in Ethiopia high-level anti-corruption crackdown

🕔05:33, 11.Aug 2017

Abdur Rahman Alfa Shaban with ADDIS FORTUNE A court in Ethiopia has ordered the freezing of assets belonging to individuals and entities listed in a recent anti-corruption crackdown. The Addis Fortune portal reports that some 210 individuals had their properties frozen

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 The U.S. Embassy is aware of reports that the main road from Addis Ababa to Jijiga

 The U.S. Embassy is aware of reports that the main road from Addis Ababa to Jijiga

🕔14:24, 10.Aug 2017

United States Embassy Addis Ababa, Ethiopia Security Message for U.S. Citizens:  Main road blocked by security forces between the cities of Babile and Harar August 10, 2017 The U.S. Embassy is aware of reports that the main road from Addis

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Four dead in Kenya as tensions soar over disputed poll

Four dead in Kenya as tensions soar over disputed poll

🕔08:00, 10.Aug 2017

The Independent Nairobi, Kenya | AFP |  Four people were killed Wednesday in election-related violence in Kenya, where the opposition claimed massive rigging in a vote that President Uhuru Kenyatta looked certain to win. The east African nation, keenly aware

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