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Dana 28 | Ethiopian Drama

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Dana 28 | Ethiopian Drama

Dana Part 28 | Ethiopian Drama

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Africa yellow fever update; WHO

Angola: 2954 suspected cases From the beginning of the outbreak on 15 December 2015 to 8 June 2016, Angola has reported 2954 suspected cases of yellow fever including 328 deaths. Among those cases, 819 have been laboratory confirmed. Despite extensive vaccination campaigns in several provinces, circulation of the virus persists. As of 8 June 2016 […]

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Euro 2016: England 1-1 Russia | Video Highlights

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Euro 2016: England 1-1 Russia | Video Highlights

England 1-1 Russia | Video Highlights

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Weyeyet Magazine 3 | PDF

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Bekenat Mekakel Season 1- Episode 52

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Euro 2016: France 2-1 Romania Video Highlights

Dimitri Payet’s spectacular late winner gave hosts France victory over Romania in the opening match of Euro 2016 amid a huge security operation at the Stade de France. On an emotional evening at the same venue where suicide bombers struck in the November attacks that killed 130 people across the city, Payet ensured the game […]

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Government of Canada Travel Advice : Ethiopia – Exercise a high degree of caution

June 9, 2016 There is no nationwide advisory in effect for Ethiopia. However, you should exercise a high degree of cautiondue to the volatile security situation. Borders with Eritrea (including the Danakil Desert), Sudan and South Sudan, as well as the Somali and Gambella regions – Avoid all travel Global Affairs Canada advises against all travel to the […]

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Turmoil brews in Ethiopian camp ahead of Olympic Games

The meeting was held at Addis Ababa Stadium, with over 80 young and senior athletes in attendance. In Summary The meeting was held at Addis Ababa Stadium, with over 80 young and senior athletes in attendance Ethiopia’s world 1500m champion Genzebe Dibaba has withdrawn from the Dream Mile at Thursday’s Diamond League meeting in Oslo, […]

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Ethiopian Army Wantonly Massacres 51 Civilians in Ogaden: ONLF

June 8, 2016 (ONLF) — The Ethiopian Army wantonly massacred 51 civilians in Jama’ Dubad village near Gashamo town on June 5, 2016. The army indiscriminately opened fire on unarmed civilians in the village centre,  shooting everybody in sight, not sparing women, children or the elderly. After the army started the massacre, many villagers run […]

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Has Eritrea’s migration problem been exaggerated? | BBC

The migration crisis in Europe has thrust Eritrea under the spotlight. Last year, more people fled to Europe from this small, secretive nation than from any other African country. The BBC’s Mary Harper has gained rare access. One of the first people I meet in Eritrea is a young woman who tells me she has […]

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Al-Shabab claims killing 43 soldiers at Ethiopian base |

By Feisal Omar and Abdi Sheikh MOGADISHU (Reuters) – Somalia’s al Shabaab militant group said it rammed a suicide car bomb into an African Union military base, stormed inside and killed 43 Ethiopian soldiers on Thursday. Residents near the base in the central town of Halgan said they heard a huge explosion and then heavy exchanges […]

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Eritrea’s Preliminary Response to the Report of the Commission of Enquiry

By Yemane Gebreab | Presidential Adviser, Athree-person panel, called the “Commission of Inquiry” (COI), is campaigning to take yet another African country, this time Eritrea, to the International Criminal Court. The COI claims that it “has reasonable grounds to believe that crimes against humanity have been committed in Eritrea since 1991.” Yet it has no solid evidence […]

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Ethiopia Stifles Dissent, While Giving Impression Of Tolerance, Critics Say

by  Gregory Warner | NPR (NPR) The Oromo Federalist Congress, an opposition party in Ethiopia, represents the largest ethnic group in the country, the Oromo. Yet its office in the capital Addis Ababa is virtually deserted, with chairs stacked up on tables. A chessboard with bottle caps as pieces is one of the few signs […]

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SEC: Ethiopia’s Electric Utility Sold Unregistered Bonds In U.S.

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SEC: Ethiopia’s Electric Utility Sold Unregistered Bonds In U.S.

The Securities and Exchange Commission today announced that Ethiopia’s electric utility has agreed to pay nearly $6.5 million to settle charges that it violated U.S. securities laws by failing to register bonds it offered and sold to U.S residents of Ethiopian descent. According to the SEC’s order instituting a settled administrative proceeding: Ethiopian Electric Power […]

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Remembering Muhammad Ali: Hiber Radio | Amharic Video

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Remembering Muhammad Ali: Hiber Radio | Amharic Video

Muhammad Ali; was an American Olympic and professional boxer, widely regarded as one of the most significant and celebrated sports figures of the 20th century. Wikipedia

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Ethiopia approves law to imprison people who share defamatory speech online

Ethiopia’s parliament on Tuesday approved a law to imprison people who distribute defamatory speech, pornography and spam online, a move that bloggers and activists said is meant to silence dissent. The law’s most severe penalty is 10 years’ imprisonment for sharing pornography online. Sharing defamatory speech or spam gets at least three years in prison. […]

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Eritrean leaders should be tried for crimes against humanity: UN

GENEVA | BY TOM MILES U.N. rights investigators accused Eritrean leaders of crimes against humanity including torture, rape and murder on Wednesday and called on the Security Council to impose sanctions and refer the case to the International Criminal Court. Atrocities – including an indefinite military national service program that amounted to mass enslavement – had been committed […]

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Haile Gebrselassie, other athletes protest at Ethiopia federation

Elias Meseret, Associated Press ADDIS ABABA, Ethiopia (AP) — Distance running great Haile Gebrselassiewas part of a group of athletes who protested against the Ethiopian track federation on Tuesday. The athletes were protesting the federation’s selection process for the Rio de Janeiro Olympics. Gebrselassie was part of a group of more than 100 athletes who gathered […]

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Lessons from the 2007 Ethiopian Census

by Asefa Belachew (asefa.belachew@gmail.com) A. Introduction Individuals and their political, civic, and religious Diaspora organizations provide different numbers on the size and composition of the population of Ethiopia with respect to their religion and ethnic background. Their discourses are often made on the basis of their impressions without reference to any data. At times they […]

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The writing is on the wall: Ethiopia is teetering on the brink

By Engidu Woldie This short piece is a reflection and also a rejoinder to the observations made by expert panelists on issues relating to the security situation in Ethiopia at the recent panel discussion held at the Brookings Institute under the theme “the security situation in Ethiopia and how it relates to the broader region.” […]

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Hiber Radio Interview with Habtamu Ayalew | Audio

“My condition during the first four months of my imprisonment was awful. I would say the worst form of degrading punishment is to deny a fellow human being the right to use the toilet. “I was denied the twice-a-day, 10-minute break to use the toilet. So, if any person is denied to respond to nature’s […]

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World Bank Approved 300 Million USD Loan for Ethiopia

The World Bank Board of Executive Directors today approved a 300 million USD International Development Association (IDA) credit to improve mobility along selected corridors in Addis Ababa and the effectiveness of road safety compliance systems throughout Ethiopia. The project aims to improve mobility in Addis Ababa and road safety countrywide. This will involve expanding the […]

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Ethiopia: Guess Who is Coming to WHO in 2017?

by Professor Alemayehu G Mariam “Wonders never cease!” Well, “not only do they never cease, but new and ever new wonders come crowding on their heels.” The “latest wonder” is Tedros Adhanom, the foreign minister of the Thugtatorship of the Tigrean People’s Liberation Front (T-PLF), who wants to run WHO.  That is the World Health […]

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NPR Poisonous and Divisive Report on Ethiopian Athletics

by Tedla Asfaw I followed NPR divisive and racist reporting quoting an exile Oromo athlete who claims he was discriminated for being Oromo. This might be a good case for Asylum but not a good case to inform listeners about discrimination in athletics in Ethiopia. Where are the facts ??? The November 2015 protest by […]

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Ethiopian Runners Say They Face Discrimination

(NPR)— When Ethiopia barred its best distance runner from competing in the 2016 Olympics, many saw it as an act of ethnic discrimination. Another runner from the same ethnic group says he was exiled.

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Ethiopia: Dr. Berhanu Nega’s short speech in Oslo, Norway | Video

Ethiopia: Dr. Berhanu Nega’s speech in Oslo, Norway | Video

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12 Surprising Facts About Infidelity

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12 Surprising Facts About Infidelity

BY JENNA BIRCH Can you spot a husband prone to infidelity? If he’s unhappy with his wife, he’ll cheat, right? Not necessarily. According to a Rutgers University study, 56% of men who have affairs claim to be happy in their marriages. They’re largely satisfied with all they have and aren’t looking for a way out, […]

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Dana 27 | Ethiopian Drama

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Dana 27 | Ethiopian Drama

Dana S 4 Part 27

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With Chinese help, Ethiopia seeks to be Africa’s top car manufacturer

By Aaron Maasho and Edmund Blair, Reuters ADDIS ABABA — Ethiopia has grand ambitions for its tiny auto industry, seeking to transform a handful of assemblers that bolt together imported kits into a network of factories that can make the country Africa’s biggest car manufacturer over the next two decades. Ethiopia produces about 8,000 commercial […]

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Brave Young Girl Fights For Her Activist Father To Be Freed From Prison | Video

Brave Young Girl Fights For Her Activist Father To Be Freed From Prison | Video

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