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Ethiopia: Hiber Radio Daily News April 17, 2017

Hiber Radio Daily Ethiopian News April 17, 2017

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Ethiopia: Patriarch Abune Merkorios delivers message on Orthodox Easter

Ethiopia: Patriarch Abune Merkorios delivers message on Orthodox Easter

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BBN Daily Ethiopian News April 16, 2017

BBN Daily Ethiopian News April 16, 2017

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Teddy Afro – Ethiopia (First Review) | Video

Teddy Afro – Ethiopia (First Review) | Video

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Urgent Appeal on Recurrent State-Sponsored Atrocities in Ethiopia H.E. Mr. Donald Trump, President of the USA

Dear Excellency The undersigned Ethiopian civic, political and religious organizations in the Diaspora express deep utter disappointment and dismay that the UN, EU, AU and major bilateral donors such as the United States and the UK continue to ignore the dire and debilitating political environment in Ethiopia. Unaddressed fast, the world may soon witness another […]

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Teddy Afro – ETHIOPIA – New Official Single 2017 – With Lyrics

Teddy Afro – ETHIOPIA – ኢትዮጵያ – [New! Official single 2017] – With Lyrics

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Ogaden: From genocide to cholera epidemic | Video

Ogaden: From genocide to cholera epidemic Jemal Dire Khalif with Sadik Ahmed – BBN Radio

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Ethiopia-Eritrea borderline tensions puts regional stability at risk – EU

On the occasion of the 15th anniversary since Eritrea and Ethiopia agreed to draw a borderline, the European Union (EU) says it remains concerned over tensions between the two countries, stating that it was bad for security in the Horn of Africa region. ‘‘The EU remains deeply concerned that the present stalemate continues to put […]

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Armyworms ravage crops in southern Ethiopia

Reuters Crop-eating caterpillars known as fall armyworms have damaged crops across southern Ethiopia, the latest country to be struck by the pests in a region already struggling with widespread drought and hunger, authorities said on Thursday. In March, Uganda confirmed that the caterpillars had attacked crops on farms in about 20 districts in the country, […]

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Ethiopia sentences rebels over attack on Nile dam

By Tesfa-Alem Tekle April 13, 2017 (ADDIS ABABA) – Court in Ethiopia on Thursday handed down lengthy prison terms to 10 members of a rebel group, the Benishangul Gumez Peoples Movement (BGPM), for carrying out an attack near the construction site of the country’s multi-billion dollar hydroelectric power plant project. According to court charge sheets […]

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Voice of Amhara Daily Ethiopian News April 14, 2017

Voice of Amhara Daily Ethiopian News April 14, 2017

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Aboul Gheit Says Egyptian Military Operation Against Ethiopia Unlikely

Tunisia, Cairo- Secretary-General of the Arab League Ahmed Aboul Gheit said that an Egyptian military operation against Ethiopia is unlikely due to the ongoing discord on Addis Ababa building El Nahda Dam on Nile. During a lecture, Aboul Gheit showcased his two books “A Witness of War and Peace” and “Egyptian Foreign Policy from 2004 […]

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Ethiopia jails 10 ‘rebels’ who planned attack on flagship dam project

Abdur Rahman Alfa Shaban with FBC An Ethiopia Federal High Court has sentenced members of a rebel group, the Benishangul Gumuz People’s Liberation Movement (BPLM), for their role in a hand grenade attack that killed nine people in an attempt to disrupt work on the Grand Ethiopian Rennaissance Dam (GERD). The 10 members of the […]

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Africa’s rise has not taken its young people along with it. Economies riding the resource boom of the last decade are coming back down with a thud, exposing that the steep rise in GDPs that lent itself to the “Africa rising” narrative did little for the continent’s youth. The youth bulge that was supposed to […]

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BBN Daily Ethiopian News April 13, 2017

BBN Daily Ethiopian News April 13, 2017

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Egypt church bombings: At least 37 killed in two explosions targeting Christians on Palm Sunday

Isis claims assault on Coptic churches in Alexandria and Tanta At least 37 people have been killed in two bomb attacks targeting two Egyptian churches packed with Palm Sunday worshippers claimed by Isis. The first attack took place in the Saint George church in the Nile Delta town of Tanta, north of Cairo, killing 26 […]

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Jailed Ethiopian Journalist and Opposition Politician Find Neither Justice nor Clear Prison Jurisdiction to Host Both

by Mahlet Fasil | Addis Standard Addis Abeba, April 12, 2017 – Jailed Ethiopian journalist Elias Gebru and former opposition party leader Daniel Shibeshi say prison officials at the Bole Sub City detention facility, where they have been held for the last five months without charges, have told them that they are neither able to […]

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Ethiopia to Loosen ECX Restrictions, Says Green Trader Trabocca

Nick Brown | April 11, 2017 Ethiopian coffee authorities may be opening up the Ethiopian Commodity Exchange (ECX), allowing coffees to be traded outside the platform through which all coffees exported from Ethiopia have passed since 2008, according to a news release sent this morning by Amsterdam-based green coffee trading company Trabocca. Longtime green coffee […]

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Must Watch: Sadik Ahmed’s Exclusive Interview With Habtamu Ayalew

Must Watch:Sadik Ahmed’s Exclusive Interview With Habtamu Ayalew | BBN

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Peoples Aliance For Freedom And Democracy (PAFD) Press Conference | ONN Video

Peoples Aliance For Freedom And Democracy (PAFD) Press Conference | ONN Video

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Bole International Airport is Infested by TPLF members

by Muluken Gebeyew One of the  “covert”   mission  of  TPLF (Tigray People’s Liberation Front) to its members is to enrich them and benefit from the regime as much as possible at the expense of non-Tigrayan Ethiopians.  TPLF in its 26 years of power has implemented a direct policy that favours its members. TPLF believes in […]

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The Highest Decline In Total Fertility Rate (TFR) in Ethiopia Recorded in Amhara Region: Study

by  De Birhan A research report published last year by seven Ethiopian and international scholars has showed that  the highest decline in total fertility rate (TFR) in Ethiopia was recorded in Amhara Region of Ethiopia. The analyses used data from three Demographic and Health Surveys in Ethiopia (2000, 2005, and 2011), which are nationally representative data […]

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Who is responsible for “Qoueshe”?  – By. F.a. wondmagen

I start my article by just asking who is responsible for “qoushe”? On this article, my only objective is asking. When a government breaches its constitution, and no independent institution is available to enforce the constitution, then who is responsible? Who is accountable? Here are two excerpts from the Ethiopian constitution the EPRDEF government has […]

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Voice of Amhara Daily Ethiopian News April 11, 2017

Voice of Amhara Daily Ethiopian News April 11, 2017

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ONA Reported- Heavy fighting between ONLA and Ethiopian regime soldiers Near Birqot district of degahbur.

pril 11, 2017 Ogadenia (ONA) – Contingents from Ethiopian regime soldiers and Associated mercenary Liyu Police militia attacked Ogaden National Liberation Army Units near Leedilay area, Birqot district of Degahbur region on the 9 the of April. Residents fleeing the battle area who were interviewed ONA reporter in Birqot reported seeing the dead bodies of […]

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BBN Daily Ethiopian News April 11, 2017

BBN Daily Ethiopian News April 11, 2017

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Hiber Radio Daily Ethiopian News April 10, 2017

Hiber Radio Daily Ethiopian News April 10, 2017

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Watch Habtamu Ayalew’s emotional speech in full

Watch Habtamu Ayalew’s emotional speech in full

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Part 2: Oromo Media Network Exclusive Interview With President Isaias Afwerki

OMN Exclusive Interview With President Isaias Afwerki Part 2 (April 10, 2017)

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Ethiopian band wins fans by melding rock with African sounds

By AFP At a hotel in Addis Ababa well-known for hosting jazz greats, thousands of fans lined up on a Saturday night to headbang along with what is still a rarity in Ethiopia’s diverse music scene — a rock band. Jano, named after a popular item of traditional clothing, has made a name for itself […]

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