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Nigeria’s Boko Haram Leader Reportedly Killed

Nigeria’s Boko Haram Leader Reportedly Killed

By Ronald Mutum All Africa) — Troops might have killed a man they said had…

U.S. airstrikes on Islamic State targets in Syria start

U.S. airstrikes on Islamic State targets in Syria start

WASHINGTON — The U.S. military, along with Arab allies, launched the first airstrikes against Islamic…

ESAT Radio Monday 22 September 2014

ESAT Radio Monday 22 September 2014

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TPLF Federal Police brutally attack civilians in Addis Ababa (Video)

TPLF Federal Police brutally attack civilians in Addis Ababa (Video)

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Crimes Against Womanity: Marriage by Abduction in Ethiopia

Crimes Against Womanity: Marriage by Abduction in Ethiopia

By Alemayehu G Mariam In my September 7 commentary, DIFRET: The Abduction of a Film in…

EthioSwedish Task Force Decorated woyane Ambassader with Rotten Fish & eggs

EthioSwedish Task Force Decorated woyane Ambassader with Rotten Fish & eggs

EthioSwedish Task Force with coopration with Ogaden Association in Stockholm hade embarasd the Woyane Ambasader…

ESAT Radio Thu Sep 19 2014

ESAT Radio Thu Sep 19 2014

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President of the Somali Region refuses Addis’ call

President of the Somali Region refuses Addis’ call

ESAT News September 17, 2014   Abdi Mohammed, the President of the Somali Regional State…

First regional forum on business and human rights in Africa held in Addis

First regional forum on business and human rights in Africa held in Addis

The African Regional Forum on Business and Human Rights, convened by the United Nations Working…

Scotland opts to stay with Britain

Scotland opts to stay with Britain

Glasgow, Scotland (CNN) — Scotland will remain part of the United Kingdom — along with…

VOA admits report was incomplete and below standard

VOA admits report was incomplete and below standard

By Dawit Ashenafi (Addis Voice) The Voice of America (VOA) has finally said that investigation…

New UK Company acquires Oil Exploration Blocks in Ogaden

New UK Company acquires Oil Exploration Blocks in Ogaden

A new UK-based company, Delonex Energy Limited, two weeks ago acquired oil exploration blocks in…

UN experts urge Ethiopia to stop using anti-terrorism legislation to curb human rights

UN experts urge Ethiopia to stop using anti-terrorism legislation to curb human rights

GENEVA (18 September 2014) – A group of United Nations human rights experts* today urged…

ESAT Radio: Thursday September 18, 2014

ESAT Radio: Thursday September 18, 2014

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ESAT Special programme the Massacre in Ogaden Sep 2014

ESAT Special programme the Massacre in Ogaden Sep 2014

ESAT Special programme the Massacre in Ogaden Sep 2014…

ESAT Special Interview with Zemene Kassie Sep 2014

ESAT Special Interview with Zemene Kassie Sep 2014

ESAT Special Interview with Zemene Kassie Sep 2014…

Ethiopia: Board to Recruit Electoral Officers

Ethiopia: Board to Recruit Electoral Officers

By Nesru Jemal The National Electoral Board of Ethiopia (NEBE) has announced that it is…

Husband Killed his Wife

Husband Killed his Wife

Stockholm:- Marta Bogale has been living in Stockholm, Sweden for 23 years, her husband, whose…

ESAT Radio: Wednesday September 17, 2014

ESAT Radio: Wednesday September 17, 2014

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Ethiopian Protesters Confronted TPLF Delegates in Canada:Video

Ethiopian Protesters Confronted TPLF Delegates in Canada:Video

Ethiopian Protesters Confronted TPLF Delegates in Canada…

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Nigeria’s Boko Haram Leader Reportedly Killed

By Ronald Mutum All Africa) — Troops might have killed a man they said had been masquerading as Boko Haram leader Abubakar Shekau during a fierce fighting in Konduga, Borno State last week. A statement from PRNigeria, an independent public relations agency that does consultancy work for the security agencies, said there was strong resemblance…

Nigeria’s Boko Haram Leader Reportedly Killed

Crimes Against Womanity: Marriage by Abduction in Ethiopia

By Alemayehu G Mariam In my September 7 commentary, DIFRET: The Abduction of a Film in Ethiopia, I expressed my outrage over the aborted Ethiopian premiere of the film DIFRET. That film, based on a “true story” of Aberash Bekele, tells the dramatic story of a teenage victim of the inhuman and barbaric practice of  “telefa” or…

Crimes Against Womanity: Marriage by Abduction in Ethiopia

Mid-life migraine sufferers more likely to develop Parkinson’s, researchers say

(HealthDay News) — Migraines in midlife may be associated with increased odds of developing Parkinson’s disease or other movement disorders in later years, according to research published online Sept. 17 in Neurology. Ann I. Scher, PhD, from the Uniformed Services University, Bethesda, MD, and colleagues reviewed records of more than 5,600 Icelandic people aged 33…

Mid-life migraine sufferers more likely to develop Parkinson’s, researchers say

The Nile Project: Producing Harmony In A Divided Region

In a quiet park in Kampala, Uganda, 14 musicians from seven East African countries sit together under a tree. They’re working on an idea from Ugandan musician Lawrence Okello. “This is what I would suggest for this piece: That we have a conflict,” Okello says to the group. “And then all of us will keep…

The Nile Project: Producing Harmony In A Divided Region

Egypt’s Ahly without Ethiopia striker Saladin for a month

The first Ethiopian footballer to win an Egyptian championship will be out of Ahly’s squad for more than a month after he picked a serious calf injury Eslam Omar, Sunday 21 Sep 2014 Ahly’s Saladin becomes first Ethiopian to win an Egyptian championship Ahly will have to do without Ethiopia striker Saladin Said for four…

Egypt’s Ahly without Ethiopia striker Saladin for a month

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Mid-life migraine sufferers more likely to develop Parkinson’s, researchers say

Mid-life migraine sufferers more likely to develop Parkinson’s, researchers say

(HealthDay News) — Migraines in midlife may be associated with increased odds of developing Parkinson’s disease or other movement disorders in later years, according to research published online Sept. 17 in Neurology. Ann I. Scher, PhD, from the Uniformed Services…

Bill Gates Foundation awards $25 million to HIV vaccine research

Bill Gates Foundation awards $25 million to HIV vaccine research

Oregon researchers developing a vaccine that has shown promise in preventing HIV infection in primates…

Vagus Nerve Implant Fails to Fix Heart Failure

Vagus Nerve Implant Fails to Fix Heart Failure

Attempts to use electronic implants to treat heart failure by stimulating one of a pair…

Eight Foods That Will Naturally Cleanse Your Liver

Eight Foods That Will Naturally Cleanse Your Liver

by Drew Canole The liver is the primary way that your body rids toxins, it…

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Ethiopians make it double in Sydney Marathon

Ethiopians make it double in Sydney Marathon

(IAAF) Gebo Burka and Biruktayit Eshetu came into the Blackmores Sydney Marathon with contrasting form…

Sport: Zambia braces for 2019 AFCON bid announcement

Sport: Zambia braces for 2019 AFCON bid announcement

Zambia brace for late Saturday afternoon to know if they have won the right to…

Ethiopia eager to host Africa’s foremost football tournament

Ethiopia eager to host Africa’s foremost football tournament

Ethiopian Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn has expressed optimism about the country’s chances of winning the…

Egypt’s Ahly without Ethiopia striker Saladin for a month

Egypt’s Ahly without Ethiopia striker Saladin for a month

The first Ethiopian footballer to win an Egyptian championship will be out of Ahly’s squad for more than a month after he picked a serious calf injury Eslam Omar, Sunday 21 Sep 2014 Ahly’s Saladin becomes first Ethiopian to win…

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