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Boeing, Ethiopian Airlines Celebrate Delivery of First 787-9 Dreamliner

Ethiopian is the first airline in Africa to operate the 787-9 Dreamliner carries much-needed medical equipment and supplies to Ethiopia ADDIS ABABA, Ethiopia, Oct. 27, 2017 /PRNewswire/...
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Overshadowed by Other Conflicts, Ethiopia’s Crises Undermine Its Stable Reputation

There has been little effort to meaningfully address ethnic grievances at the root of anti-government protests that are destabilizing the country. By Robbie Corey-Boulet (World Politics...
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Protest over Sugar in Restive Ethiopia Town Kills Two

Without giving details, a spokesperson for the Oromia region, Addisu Arega, acknowledged two people were killed in the clash after the protests that began on...
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Life after Death for the ‘Love Bug’ in Ethiopia

“The Volkswagen Beetle is a servant car for lower income people. They never fail you – they take you anywhere and have excellent functionality,” says...
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Clinton (Washington) Residents Raise $800,000 for Clean Water in Ethiopia

Tim and Harriet Arnold of Clinton, WA will be traveling to Ethiopia to see their charitable efforts materialize. They’ve led an effort to construct a...
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‘Torn’ Between Ethiopia and Israel: Second Generation Takes the Stage

At Jaffa Theatre, two Ethiopian-Israeli actresses dramatize inner conflict of children of immigrants, who, unlike their parents, aren’t so quiet By Yair Ashkenazi (Haaretz) | In the...
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Reflection on the Launch of TSEHAI’s Harriet Tubman Press Inaugural Book

Loyola Marymount University and TSEHAI Publishers have officially launched the Harriet Tubman Press, a new source for African-American literature and academic works. By Rachel Mullens (BLARB)...
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Ethiopia Trip Offers Encounters with Rare Animals

Glimpses of endangered and unusual wildlife, such as the Abyssinian red wolf and big-headed mole rat, highlight an adventure through the varied landscape of Bale...
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Communication and Connectivity: Ethiopian ‘Immersion Lab’ in Woodbury Prepares to Wrap up Proposals

The Immersion Lab program aimed to help community leaders and Ethiopian residents identify their needs and formulate their own solutions. By Maureen McMullen (Woodbury Bulletin) | Improved...
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“The Death of Somalie Businessman is the Cause of The Conflict” Blue and AEOU

Addis Admas Blue Party and All Ethiopian Unity Organization (AEOU), said they sent the Committee of Experts to find out the reason of the conflict...
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U.S. Congress Should Call Ethiopia’s Bluff

Dr. Rajiv Shah, left, USAID administrator speaks with Ethiopian Prime Minister H.E. Hailemariam Desalegn in 2014. (© Flickr USAID) by Yoseph Badwaza, Senior Program Officer, Africa Addis...
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Ethiopian Prince Marries American In A Lavish Wedding 12 Years After They Met In A Nightclub

Ariana Austin, 33, married 35-year-old Joel Makonnen, a great-grandson of the last emperor of Ethiopia, on September 9 in Maryland  The couple married 12 years after...
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Liberia Election: Ex-football Star George Weah Takes Early Lead

Partial results from Liberia's presidential election show former football star George Weah has taken an early lead. Figures from the National Elections Commission (NEC) put Mr...
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Shocking: Woman in China Turns Blind in One Eye After Hours of Mobile Gameplay

A 21-year-old woman from Dongguang, China lost her vision after playing the much popular "Kings of Glory" game on her smartphone for an entire day....
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Dr Merera Gudina: the Biggest Victim of Ethiopia’s State of Emergency?

The arrest and continued detention of Dr. Merera Gudina has been slammed by Human Rights Groups – particularly Human Rights Watch. (Africanews)―Ethiopia’s parliament in August 2017...
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Diarrhea Outbreak Infects 127 in Dire Dawa Last Month

About 127 people were in September infected by acute diarrhea in Ethiopia’s second largest city Dire Dawa, 446 kms east of Ethiopia’s capital Addis Ababa. This...
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Ethiopia’s Ex-speaker Abadula Confirms His Exit without Talking Reason for Resignation

“I will explain the reason for my resignation after both the parliament and my party accepted it,” Abadula Gemeda is quoted to have said. By Abdur...
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Makeda Ethiopian Restaurant Opens in Alexandria, Virginia

Though there are a number of Ethiopian restaurants in the greater D.C. area, co-owner Philipos Mengistu says they’re focused on making Makeda Ethiopian Restaurant stand...
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Education is The Foundation of India-Ethiopia Engagement: President Ramnath Kovind at Addis Ababa University

About 2,000 Indian faculty members are contributing to teaching and to academic research in Ethiopian universities, said India’s President Ram Nath Kovind ADDIS ABABA (ANI)―President Ram...
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Belgian Beauty, Marisa Papen Takes it all off in New Photoshoot With Ethiopian Tribes

The nude model who caused a worldwide stir after a secret photoshoot inside one of Egypt's most ancient temples landed her in jail has now...
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California Man Wins $1M After Wife Scolds Him for Buying Too Many Lottery Tickets

A California man won $1 million from a scratch-off ticket after his wife scolded him for buying too many lottery tickets. Hermenegildo Beltran-Meza was so wary...
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Boris Johnson Urged to Intervene to Save Briton on Death Row in Ethiopia

Heads of Law Society and Bar Council ask foreign secretary to seek release of Briton national Andargachew Tsege, who was kidnapped in 2014 By Owen Bowcott...
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Spicy Chicken Stew a Tradition for Ethiopian New Year

Doro we’et, a spicy chicken stew, is traditionally served for Ethiopian New Year, which this year was celebrated on Sept. 11. By Hanna Raskin (The Post...
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Ethiopia’s Ethnic Federalism Is Being Tested

Since the introduction of ethnic federalism in 1995, both Oromos and Somalis have tried to grab land and resources from each other, often with the...
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The Plight of Ethiopia’s Internally Displaced Persons

Across Somali Region of Ethiopia, there are 264 sites containing around 577,711 internally displaced persons (IDPs) according to a survey conducted by IOM between May...
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