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Mogachoch Part 28

Mogachoch Part 28

Mogachoch Part 28

Mogachoch EBS Latest Series Drama – S02E27 – Part 27

Mogachoch EBS Latest Series Drama – S02E27 – Part 27

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Kenyan lawyer offers livestock for Barack Obama’s daughter

By This Is Africa on May 27, 2015 — A Kenyan lawyer has offered an assortment of livestock to US President Barack Obama for his daughter Malia’s hand in marriage. This comes just over month before Obama makes his first trip to Kenya as president It appears that Malia Obama, US President Barack Obama’s eldest daughter […]

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Should foreigners stay? -Jdlamini

Jdlamini / news24 I MET lots of Africans, mainly Nigerians, Ethiopians, Somalis and Ghanaians. Sadly, they were hawkers. Everywhere I went I saw Africans and other immigrants working tough jobs. Many looked broken, uninspired, getting by. Why are they here, I thought? Why not just go back home? Why are so many Africans struggling to get […]

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Protests shine spotlight on challenges for Ethiopian Jews in Israel

(CNN)Decades of frustration boiled over on the streets of Tel Aviv and across Israel, as thousands of Ethiopian Jews marched against discrimination in a series of protests. It wasn’t the first time this community has taken to the streets, but now they have the country’s attention, following a viral video that showed two Israeli police […]

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AU Observers: Ethiopian Poll Was ‘Calm, Peaceful and Credible’ – VOA

By Anita Powell May 26, 2015,  ADDIS ABABA Calm, peaceful and credible: Those are three of the key words the African Union election observer mission used to describe Ethiopia’s national election, which is widely expected to produce yet another landslide for the nation’s longtime ruling party. But “free and fair,” two critical adjectives, were missing […]

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Ethiopian regime troops invaded Kenya today, for the second time this month

More than 30 heavily armed Ethiopian government soldiers invaded Lataka village in Sololo, Kenya, on Tuesday morning and allegedly roughed up locals. The soldiers also allegedly disarmed a Kenya Police Reservist (KPR) officer and arrested some residents of the village. Locals claimed the Ethiopian soldiers demanded they produce and disclose whereabouts of Oromo Liberation Front […]

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Ethiopia in first vote since Meles Zenawi’s death – BBC

Ethiopians have been voting for a new parliament in the first election since the death of long-serving Prime Minister Meles Zenawi in 2012. The outgoing parliament has only one opposition MP. Mr Zenawi’s successor Hailemariam Desalegn is expected to hold on to power. Polls closed at 18:00 local time. No major irregularities were reported, election […]

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South Sudan Oil Field Becomes Battleground as Economy Reels

Oil Field Becomes Battleground as Economy Reels By Ilya Gridneff  /  May 25, 2015 An oil processing facility in the Upper Nile, Sudan. Photographer: Trevor Snapp/Bloomberg After 17 months of civil war spanning a swathe of South Sudan bigger than Syria, President Salva Kiir’s survival may hinge on the fate of a single oil field. […]

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Inside Story: The two faces of Ethiopia’s democracy

(Aljazeera) — Ethiopians go to the polls for the first time since the death of strongman Meles Zenawi. More than 36 million people have registered in Ethiopia’s election. But many argue the vote in this African country falls short of being free and fair. The opposition accuses the government of using authoritarian tactics to secure […]

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