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Ethiopia: Cartoon of the day – July 20, 2017

Ethiopia: Cartoon of the day – July 20, 2017

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BBN Daily Ethiopian News July 19,2017

BBN Daily Ethiopian News July 19,2017

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Climate change threatens an ancient way of life in Ethiopia

By Paul Schemm Zeinab Taher once roamed through Ethiopia’s arid Somali region tending a vast herd of 350 sheep, goats and cattle with her nine children. Then the autumn rains failed and the grass that fed her animals didn’t grow. No rain came this spring, either, and the livestock began to die. Now, wrapped in […]

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Ethiopia: Rape as a War Weapon in The Ogaden Region

Rape as a War Weapon in The Ogaden Region from Sara Bernardo on Vimeo. by Sara Bernardo The Ogaden is a region between Somalia and Ethiopia. The Ogaden has been occupied and taken with violence by the Ethiopian forces. 
The Somalis living in the region have been suffering cruel tortures at the hands of the […]

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The story of Nigist Yirga: One brave girl among thousands in TPLF terror House

By Ethiopian Task Force of NY/NJ Nigist Yirga Tefera is a twenty-four-year-old girl and a resident of kebele 18 in Gonder City. As most of the youth in Ethiopia she is craving for fair governance, equality, democratic rights and an end to extremely corrupt and ethnocentric rule. Standing up for her basic rights took her […]

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BBN Daily Ethiopian News July 17, 2017

BBN Daily Ethiopian News July 17, 2017

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Hiber Radio Daily Ethiopian News July 17, 2017

Hiber Radio Daily Ethiopian News July 17, 2017

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Mesfin Bekele’s Top 10 Favorite Ethiopian Songs

Mesfin Bekele’s Top 10 Favorite Ethiopian Songs

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The Untold Story Of Mengistu Haile Mariam

The Untold Story Of Mengistu Haile Mariam

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Ethiopia: Eternal Vigilance is the Price of Keeping One’s Land

Professor Alemayehu G. Mariam In memory of Liu Xiaobo, Chinese dissident, human rights advocate, co-author of Charter ’08,  Nobel peace laureate (2010) and political prisoner who died in Chinese government custody on July 13, 2013. An enemy mentality will poison the spirit of a nation and inflame brutal life and death struggles, destroy a society’s tolerance and humanity, and […]

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Ethiopia asserts commitment to coordinate with Egypt through GERD negotiations

Ethiopia parliament speaker Abadola Jamida asserted on Saturday his country’s commitment to coordinate with Egypt, whether through areas of joint cooperation or negotiations of the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD), according to Egypt’s state-owned broadcaster. This came during Jamida’s meeting with an Egyptian delegation in Adis Ababa, headed by Egypt’s Ambassador to Ethiopia Abubakar Hefni […]

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DANA Drama Season 5 Part 1

DANA Drama Season 5 Part 1

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Dr Zelalem Teklu on Ethiopian Economy | by Sadik Ahmed | Must Watch Interview

Dr Zelalem Teklu on Ethiopian Economy | by Sadik Ahmed | Must Watch Interview

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CHAN: Ethiopia demolish Djibouti 5-1

Djibouti – Walias of Ethiopia demolished the Shoremen of the Red Sea of Djibouti 5-1 in the first leg match of Total African Nations Championship (CHAN) qualifier here today. The two teams will play the return leg match in the southern Ethiopian city of Hawassa on July 23rd The Ethiopian Premier League top scorer Getaneh […]

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Bodies of protesters remain afloat the water

by Aba Gobena Resistance to unjust taxation existed ever since rulers began imposing taxes on their subjects. From Magna Carta through American Revolution to French revolution, many rebellions were prompted by either resentment of taxation or had tax refusal as a component. Protest in the street of Ambo came to effect after the regime dismayed […]

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Ethiopian Musicians Charged With Terrorism for ‘Inciting’ Song Lyrics

Written by Endalk Seven producers and performers of a popular YouTube music video were charged in Ethiopia in late June with terrorism for producing ‘inciting’ audio-visual materials and ‘uploading them on YouTube’. The group members were arrested in December 2016 and were held in detention without charges until last month. Among those facing charges is […]

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Ethiopian Musicians Charged With Terrorism for ‘Inciting’ Song Lyrics | Global Voice

by Endalkachew Chala Seven producers and performers of a popular YouTube music video were charged in Ethiopia in late June with terrorism for producing ‘inciting’ audio-visual materials and ‘uploading them on YouTube’. The group members were arrested in December 2016 and were held in detention without charges until last month. Among those facing charges is Seenaa Solomon, a young female […]

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Yared Negu – Yagute | New Ethiopian Music 2017 (Official Video)

Yared Negu – Yagute | ያጉቴ – New Ethiopian Music 2017 (Official Video)

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Why the European Union, Canada and the USA Need a Unified and Prosperous Ethiopia

                                    Aklog Birara (Dr)                                     Part I of II My argument in this commentary is that a Balkanized, tribal, sectarian, conflict ridden, oppressed, repressed, dependent and corrupt Ethiopia won’t be of any value to Western democracies. I am, however, totally convinced that an all-inclusive, just, empowering, prosperous and democratic Ethiopia will serve as a beacon […]

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Amharic Video: Understanding Cholesterol Levels: LDL, HDL, Total Cholesterol, and….

Amharic Video: Understanding Cholesterol Levels: LDL, HDL, Total Cholesterol, and….

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What Triggered the Devastating Ethio-Eritrea War?

by Welde S. * Ethiopia and Eritrea entered into a bloody war on Ginbot 1990 E.C (May 1998 G.C) when the Eritrean government invaded some parts in Northern Ethiopia, Tigray region (specifically Badme and Zalanbesa – though Badme is usually referred to as the flash point for the war). Some people have written about the main reasons […]

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Analysis: Addis Abeba: A city struggling under the weight of its failures triggers fresh minefield

addisstandard 2017-07-14  Addis Abeba, July 10/2017 – Wednesday December 02/2015: it was not an ordinary day for five of six university students who were shuttling between the court room and their prison cells for nearly twenty months prior to that sunny morning. The university students were part of hundreds of Oromo university students rounded up by police […]

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News Analysis: Haile Selassie | Mengistu Hailemariam | Meles Zenawi | by Tamiru Geda

News Analysis: Haile Selassie | Mengistu Hailemariam | Meles Zenawi | by Tamiru Geda

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Bill Gates: We Must Depopulate Africa To Save Europe

Billionaire backtracks on globalist open borders agenda By: Jay Greenberg (Neon Nettle) — Billionaire Bill Gates has spoken out about the immigration crisis in Europe saying that the continent will be “devastated by African refugees” unless severe and immediate action is taken. In an interview with German newspaper, Welt am Sonntag, Gates suggested that European nations […]

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FEDERAL COURT RULES OPPOSITION LEADERS

Mahlet Fasil Addis Abeba, July 13, 2017 – In what was seen as a key decision involving the high profile terrorism charges against 22 mostly opposition party leaders and members, the federal high court 4th criminal bench has today acquitted five of the 22 defendants, reduced the terrorism charge against Bekele Gerba to crime charges, and ordered […]

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Ethiopia – Best of Oromo Dance | Ethiopian Day 2017

Ethiopia – Best of Oromo Dance | Ethiopian Day 2017

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Video:  Life in Addis Ababa – by Sadik Ahmed

Video: Life in Addis Ababa – by Sadik Ahmed

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Mogachoch Drama  Part 124

Mogachoch EBS Latest Series Drama – S05E124 – Part 124

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Mesfin Bekele – Yigermal | New Ethiopian Music 2017 (Official Video)

Mesfin Bekele – Yigermal | New Ethiopian Music 2017 (Official Video)

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The Oromo Studies Association (OSA):  An Autonomous Scholarly Organization in the Service of the Oromo People

By Ezekiel Gebissa* The vice president of the Oromia regional government is quoted in a recent FBC news report as saying: “OSA’s research studies must be harnessed to support economic, administrative and social transformation. At this time, OSA no longer has the capacity to make as great a contribution as it has in the past.” The […]

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