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Scientists Discover New Sleep Drunkenness Disorder

Scientists Discover New Sleep Drunkenness Disorder

Some scientists have discerned a sleep disorder that can make you appear drunk. I’ve heard of drunkenness that can make you appear asleep. Or drinking so much that you black out. But a sleep disorder that makes you appear drunk? Apparently this is now a common phenomenon that involves confusion in the brain when sleep […]

Egypt, Sudan, Ethiopia resume renaissance dam talks

The water resources ministers of Egypt, Sudan and Ethiopia resumed on Tuesday 26/8/2014 the Sudan-hosted talks on Ethiopia’s renaissance dam. The talks started on Monday 25/8/2014 in Khartoum. It’s expected that Egypt, Sudan and Ethiopia will sign a memorandum of understanding for boosting cooperation in all fields especially the water field. The Khartoum Declaration is […]

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Ethiopia, Kenya & Ghana bid to host 2017 Africa Cup of Nations

Ethiopia, Kenya and Ghana have announced their interest in bidding to host the 2017 Africa Cup of Nations following Libya’s withdrawal as the host nation. Libya pulled out last week because of ongoing fighting in the country that has delayed plans to build new stadiums for the 16-team tournament. Ethiopia, who hosted the tournament in […]

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Ethiopia considers devaluing currency

ETHIOPIA – Ethiopia says it’s considering the World Bank’s suggestion to devalue its currency, the Birr, but government says it want to minimize the impact on the wider economy. In July, the World Bank released its third economic report on Ethiopia and advised the country to devalue its currency. The global lender argues that Ethiopia’s […]

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Ethiopia’s herbal high struggles after foreign ban

(AFP) AWADAY, August 27- For a town seen as a key trading centre for khat, a drug that is banned in many countries, Ethiopia’s Awaday can seem pretty drowsy and laid-back. As the sun sets on the small eastern town, farmers and brokers of the amphetamine shrub rouse from an afternoon slumber to cut deals […]

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Wazema Podcast 19: The Enigma of Meles Zenawi – PART 2

Yes, he was reviled and disdained by many as that intriguing tyrant who undermined Ethiopia’s prospect for freedom and democracy. Still others blame him for his dispassionate and cold shoulder to the very country he led “Ethiopia”. Many are the heartaches of Meles Zenawi in the eyes of his detractors. Yet others consider him as […]

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Disengaging from the False Dilemma of Armed or Peaceful Struggle (Messay Kebede)

To Andargachew Tsege The consecutive rise of two dictatorial and sectarian regimes has convinced a great number of Ethiopians that peaceful rather than armed struggle gives the best opportunity for the democratization of Ethiopia. The experience of armed insurgents instituting sectarian and repressive regimes in Ethiopia as well as in other numerous countries, despite their often […]

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 We struggle in unison to end dictatorship in Ethiopia  

ugust 26, 2014  A     Joint Statement Many political parties and organizations lacking unity and common goal have fought hard for decades to end dictatorship in Ethiopia. The ever increasing number of the political organizations and their failure to work together has enabled longevity for the minority dictatorial regime that would and should have been in […]

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The Ethiopian Diaspora: A cash cow of TPLF?

By Yilma Bekele What are the ways the Diaspora help the TPLF Government to rule with an iron fist and abuse our people and country? The Diaspora money is cash with no strings attached. The Diaspora is a major player in the condominium building process on land leased from Woyane owners. The Diaspora is a […]

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Protesters demand VOA to stop distortions

By Dawit Ashenafi Scores of Ethiopian-American protesters rallied Monday in front of the State Department demanding the U.S. to stand with the oppressed people of Ethiopia. The protesters also urged Voice of America (VOA) management to take serious actions against VOA Amharic reporters deliberately distorting facts and misinforming listeners. “VOA stop distorting the truth; VOA […]

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