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Interview with Dr Teshome Abebe – SBS Amharic

Interview with Dr Teshome Abebe – SBS Amharic

Interview with Dr Teshome Abebe – SBS Amharic

welafen part 28 (ወላፈን ምእራፍ 2 ክፍል 28 ) New season 2 Ethiopian drama 2016

welafen part 28 (ወላፈን ምእራፍ 2 ክፍል 28 ) New season 2 Ethiopian drama 2016

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“Nuers of Ethiopia” – By Bachak D. Miguel

First and foremost I would like to send my deepest and sincerest condolences to everyone( Ethiopians and South Sudanese) who lost their loved ones during these rampages that have befallen the people of Gambella right from the onset of this year up to date. We all know, it’s not unusual for these unfortunate events to […]

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Ethiopia ‘arrests’ over Gambella attack

BBC Africa Live Reporting By Farouk Chothia and Clare Spencer Ethiopia’s security forces have arrested 41 South Sudanese refugees in its western Gambella region on suspicion of killing about 20 Ethiopians on 21 April, the state-owned Ethiopian News Agency is reporting. The region is reportedly tense, with the government saying its forces have crossed into […]

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Gambella Killings and Other Avoidable Ethiopian Tragedies -SMNE

Press Release April 26, 2016 Putting humanity before ethnicity or other differences and caring about the freedom of others— for no one is free until all are free— could have created a different ending for each of the tragic stories affecting Ethiopians that have unfolded in the last weeks. These incidents did not have to […]

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How a village left behind by Jews in Ethiopia became a top tourist draw

THE TIMES OF ISRAEL Many here are from the Qemant tribe, who are said to have followed the ‘Beta Israel’ to Ethiopia after learning they had spirited the holy Ark from Jerusalem 2,500 years ago Wolleka Falasha village, once home to Ethiopian Jews known for their craftsmanship, is now a kitschy visitors’ spot, but the […]

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More violence forecast in Ethiopia’s Gambella as death toll rises

By Clea Broadhurst RFI Clashes between different ethnic groups in west Ethiopia left 14 dead this weekend, while UN and MSF offices were targeted by angry protesters. Tensions have been rising these past months in Gambella, the region which has a population of 300,000 but has taken in 270,000 mainly Nuer refugees fleeing the conflict […]

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Prince welcomes assistance towards development of Ethiopia’s education system

Monday, April 25, 2016 | 6:43 PM Jamaica Observer KINGSTON, Jamaica (JIS) — His Imperial Highness, Prince Ermias Sahle-Selassie says he will welcome assistance from Jamaican educators, in the development of the Ethiopian school system. He cited the strides that Jamaica has made in its education system, and made an appeal for support in this […]

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Bekenat Mekakel Season 1 – Ep 45

Bekenat Mekakel Season 1 – Ep 45

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U.S. Senators Speak Loud and Clear: Human Rights Violations in Ethiopia Must Stop!

By Alemayehu G, Mariam Last July, Barack Obama visited Ethiopia and declared the ruling Thugtatoship of the Tigrean People’s Liberation Front (T-TPLF) regime a “democratic government.” The T-TPLF claimed with a straight face that it had won the 2015 “election” by 100 percent or all 547 seats in “parliament”. The New York Times called it […]

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AAU Students, Protested In front of US Embassy,Hearing–April 18/2016

http://ehrp.org Oromo students from 4kilo, 5kilo and 6kilo campuses of Addis Ababa University, who were arrested for demonstrating in front of the Embassy of USA opposing Ethiopian government’s ongoing killings and human right abuses on peaceful protesters, appeared at Menagesha 1st instance court. Though the court session was appointed to hear prosecutor’s witnesses, no witness […]

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3 Police Officers turn down K30 000 bribe and arrest 16 Prohibited immigrants

Lusaka Times Alert Security officers in Luangwa District have intercepted 16 prohibited immigrants who were trying to use the Luangwa border to go to South Africa. Luangwa Police Officer In-Charge, Assistant Superintendent, Mataa Muleta confirmed the interception of the 16 Ethiopian immigrants who were supposed to cross the Zambezi river to Zimbabwe enroute to South […]

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South Sudan peace monitors set Saturday deadline for Machar’s return to Juba

April 21, 2016 (JUBA) – The Joint Monitoring and Evaluation Commission (JMEC), the body overseeing the implementation of South Sudan peace agreement signed in August last year, has set Saturday, 23 April, as the deadline for arrival to Juba of the opposition leader and first vice president designate, Riek Machar. PNG – 222.2 kb JMEC […]

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Prince dies at the age of 57 for unknown reasons

Telegraph Prince performs at the Billboard Music Awards at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas in May 2013 Prince has died at the age of 57 for unknown reasons CREDIT: CHRIS PIZZELLO/INVISION/AP Harriet Alexander, new york Chris Graham 22 APRIL 2016 • 2:33AM Prince dies aged 57 of unknown reasons at his Minnesota […]

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Ethiopia tribal attack toll rises to 208, 100 abducted

Ethnic Murle from South Sudan cross the border and go on a killing and looting rampage in 13 villages in the Gambella region By Addis Getachew ADDIS ABABA The number of Ethiopians killed in a massive tribal attack from across the border in South Sudan has climbed to 208, with more than 100 children confirmed […]

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From Students Movement to Semayawi (Blue) Party: ESUNA  – SBS Radio

From Students Movement to Semayawi (Blue) Party: ESUNA

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Saving Ethiopians from Ethiopia – By Lalisaa Hiikaa

Ethiopians In my previous article, “Refugees in The United States,” I appealed to Ethiopians to rally together in attempt to save Ethiopian immigrants detained here in the state of Florida.  The Oromo Community of Tampa Bay, Ethiopian community members, and Kefyalew Fekade of Miami, organized a massive campaign to save these desperate individuals from deportation. […]

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USAID Hunger Games in Ethiopia – By Alemayehu G. Mariam

Hunger or famine games in Ethiopia? USAID says there is no famine in Ethiopia, only hunger (a/k/a “severe malnutrition”, “food insecurity”, “food scarcity”, “food insufficiency”, “food deprivation”, “severe food shortages”, “chronic dietary deficiency”, “endemic malnutrition”, etc.) caused by El Nino drought. I say there is famine, as in F-A-M-I-N-E! In countless commentaries over the past […]

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Ethiopia to Pass a New Law that Restricts Internet

The government of Ethiopia has proposed a new legislation on the use of Internet services including email and social media networks. The draft law labeled ‘Computer Crime Proclamation’, was presented to the Ethiopian Parliament on Wednesday and is expected to be approved soon.   While the text of the legislation has not been published, reports indicate […]

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Seife Nebelbal Radio, April 15, 2016

Seife Nebelbal Radio, April 15, 2016

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Ethiopia on the brink as drought bites

Ethiopia is currently dealing with the worst drought in the region in decades. Lives and livelihoods are at stake, as Sophie Cousins reports from Belaya district. Fighting back tears in her mud house in rural Ethiopia, a young woman’s son grabs her breast in hope of finding some milk to drink. But there is none. […]

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Hijab for Aanolee, Please! – Melaku Girma

The ‘Trojan Horse’ is from a Greek mythology where the Greeks in their last resort to break into the well-guarded city of Troy, came up with an idea of a horse like statue. As the deceitful statue, hid with soldiers, was entering the city, there were Troy residents who suspected trickery insisting that the gift […]

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These runners from Ethiopia take inspiration from Boston Marathon’s defending champion

PRI They’re both 18, both high-school seniors in Massachusetts, both headed into their final season on the track team competing in the mile and two-mile. If you see one running, you’ll probably see the other. Daniel Aschale and Esu Alemseged met in middle school when they were both recent immigrants from Ethiopia, learning English and […]

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Interview with Prof Ephraim Issac – From Students Movement to Semayawi (Blue) Party- ESANA – SBS Amharic

Interview with Prof Ephraim Issac – From Students Movement to Semayawi (Blue) Party- ESANA – SBS Amharic

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Vision Ethiopia & ESAT Conference Part 5

Vision Ethiopia & ESAT Conference Part 5

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Sudan’s Bashir to attend security forum in Ethiopia

By Tesfa-Alem Tekle April 14, 2016 (ADDIS ABABA) – Sudanese President Omer al-Bashir will take part in the fifth Tana High-Level Forum on Security in Africa which will kick-off on Saturday in Ethiopia, organisers told Sudan Tribune. JPEG – 31.6 kb Sudanese president Omer Hassan al-Bashir (L), Ethiopian prime minister Hailemariam Desalegn (C) and South […]

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Refugees in United States  – By Lalisaa Hiikaa

It seems that no one is willing to stand up for the basic human rights being denied to citizens of Ethiopia. At home, the Ethiopian regime is at war with its own people; forcefully detaining, torturing and murdering all in opposition. Unarmed protestors are met with deadly force, and even students have been the victims […]

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Ethiopia: Double Digit Growth or Collapsing Economy?

Ethiopian government’s increasing reliance on foreign loans is posing a serious risk of economic collapse, a renowned economist has revealed. “Take for instance China, which has loaned over $17 billion to the Ethiopian government for infrastructure projects. Our total investment is 40 per cent of the GDP. Our saving is between 10-20 per cent of […]

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USAID and Famine in Ethiopia: What Does Gayle E. Smith Have to Say?- Alemayehu G. Mariam

Author’s Note: The following is a true and correct copy of my letter to USAID Administrator Gayle E. Smith dated March 16, 2016, and the response I received from T.C. Cooper, Assistant Administrator, USAID Bureau for Legislative and Public Affairs dated April 7, 2016.. Gayle Smith pixMy letter questions recent statements made by Ms. Smith […]

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Ethiopia’s leather industry on a roll; young Kenyan shoe designer heads to Addis to seek his fortune

Mail & Guardian Africa. By CHRISTINE MUNGAI Emo Rugene is the designer and founder of the shoe brand Afroshoes, creating African-inspired shoe designs mostly made of Ankara fabric since 2012. LAST June, we at Mail & Guardian Africa put out our feelers on possible trends – big and small – that are likely to shape […]

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