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Ethiopian government policies in Gambella: For Peace or Occupation?

Ethiopian government policies in Gambella: For Peace or Occupation?

By Anywaa Athow Ethiopian government portrays different image at international level-peace loving, non-interference policy and trusted ally in the war against terror. Yet, the same government continued to play dirty tactics;-campaign of murder, intimidation, harassment, arbitrary detention and crime against humanity. The government deliberately violates its constitution and federal arrangement intended to cement geographical and […]

Athletics-World Challenge Meeting Berlin men/women results

(Infostrada Sports) – Results from the World Challenge Meeting Berlin Men/Women on Sunday Men’s 100m 1. Richard Thompson (Trinidad and Tobago) 10.15 2. Dentarius Locke (U.S.) 10.16 3. Keston Bledman (Trinidad and Tobago) 10.23 Men’s 400m 1. Isaac Makwala (Botswana) 45.11 2. Martyn Rooney (Britain) 45.14 3. Kevin Borlee (Belgium) 45.36 Men’s 800m 1. Mohammed […]

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Eight Foods That Will Naturally Cleanse Your Liver

by Drew Canole The liver is the primary way that your body rids toxins, it detoxifies and cleanses your body by filtering the harmful material from the bloodstream and helps digest food. A fully functioning liver works as our fat-burning organ, it takes the nutrients from the food we eat and turns it into essential […]

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Remembering Andargachew Tsige & His Likes On The International Day Of The Disappeared

August 30, 2014 The International Day of the Disappeared, also known as the International Day of the Victims of Enforced Disappearances, draws attention to the fate of individuals abducted or detained by agents of the state (or those acting with support of the state), and held in locations concealed from their relatives and legal representatives. […]

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Ethiopia pledges not to harm Egyptian shares of Nile water

Khartoum (HAN) September 1st, 2014 - Diplomacy and regional water Security. Ethiopian pledges not to harm Egypt’s share of Nile water. Egyptian Irrigation Minister Hossam al-Moghazi downplayed Friday the negative effects on Egypt’s water supply of the ongoing construction of Ethiopia’s Renaissance Dam, saying the first phase of construction would not cause any tangible harm to Egypt. […]

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Zehabesha Newspaper #66 (PDF)

Zehabesha Newspaper #66 (PDF) Read full story in PDF

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ESAT Special program Ermias Legese’s book signing August 2014 edited

ESAT Special program Ermias Legese’s book signing August 2014 edited

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Getting to know me better. (Yilma Bekele)

By Yilma Bekele I am in the process of weaning myself from my daily dose of reading about the madness of Woyane. It is not easy. After over two decades of being visually, mentally and spiritually assaulted regarding the evil nature of the Tigray peoples liberation front I am desperately trying to go cold turkey. […]

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Jesuit Refugee Service accompanies refugees in Ethiopia

Huffingtonpost (Washington, D.C.) August 28, 2014 — The UN refugee agency reported this month that Ethiopia is now the largest host country of refugees in Africa, surpassing Kenya. At the end of July, Ethiopia was home to more than 629,000 refugees, while neighboring Kenya hosts more than 575,000. The conflict in South Sudan is driving the increase in refugee […]

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AU and its failed member states (Robele Ababya)

By Robele Ababya, 29/08/14   Motivation for writing this article Some 30 years ago I was at the French Embassy as one of the hundreds of invited guests on Bastille Day lavish celebration teemed with diplomats, government officials, distinguished personalities from civil societies and the business community. It was like a display of power French […]

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