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Ethiopia’s Awasa Top City For FDI Jobs in MEA

Awasa created 6546 FDI jobs in the first half of 2017, the most in the Middle East and Africa Awasa in Ethiopia created 6546 jobs in
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The Renaissance Dam Between Addis Ababa and Cairo

More than halfway complete, Ethiopia’s Renaissance Dam promises to provide the African country with a sustainable source of electricity. We speak to experts in Addis...
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Why Is the US Worried About Ethiopia? ― Newsweek

It seems that American eyes will be watching Hailemariam Desalegn and the Ethiopian government closely as they seek a solution to the violence. By Conor Gaffey...
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Exercise Restraint at Upcoming Irreecha Festival ― HRW

NAIROBI, Kenya (HRW)―Ethiopian government and security officials should act with restraint and take concrete steps to prevent injuries and deaths at this year’s Irreecha festival...
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NATO Calls for 'Global Response' to North Korean Missiles

NATO has called for a global response to North Korea's latest missile launch. NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said Friday on Twitter, "North Korea's missile launch...
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Blood Clot Risk and Other Problems Might be Tied to How Tall You are

CNN) How tall you are might hold clues to your risk of various health problems, such as blood clots, according to a new study. Height can...
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Ethiopian Restaurants Foster Community in Silver Spring, MD

Ethiopian restaurants have spread from their traditional neighborhoods within the Washington, DC to several of Washington’s suburbs, most notably Silver Spring, MD. By Mia O’Neill (AP) | SILVER...
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What Is Behind Clashes in Ethiopia’s Oromia and Somali Regions?

The clashes in Oromia and Somali Regions have displaced at least 30,000 people; local administrators have now asked aid agencies operating in the area to...
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Ethiopian-Americans Celebrate a New year in September

Hundreds celebrated the Ethiopian new year at the annual Ethiopia Fest in the ”Windy City,” hosted by the Ethiopian Community Association of Chicago (ECAC) By Hannah...
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Help Park Slope (New York) Business-Owner Send Books to Students in Ethiopia

Tabeel Rush and Joanna White-Oldham have launched a GoFundMe page to raise the money needed to cover the costs of shipping the books to the...
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RutabagA Art Gallery (Geneseo, Illinois) to Open Ethiopian Exhibit Sunday

Some of the items from Brenda Yager’s trip to Ethiopia will be featured in a display that will open Sunday, Sept. 17, and close Tuesday,...
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Texas A&M Professor Invites Single Mom Without a Babysitter to Bring Son to Class

Meghan Overdeep It takes a village—and the occasional kind professor—to raise a child. Dr Henry Musoma, a professor at Texas A&M went viral last week after he...
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North Korea fires Second Missile Over Japan as US Tells China and Russia to Take 'Direct Action'

North Korea has fired an intermediate-range ballistic missile that flew over Japan before landing in the northern Pacific Ocean. It was the second aggressive test-flight over...
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Willowell Foundation to Celebrate Ethiopian Food and Music at Benefit Night for AIDS Outreach Group

LINCOLN, Vt (Addison Independent)―One Love AIDS HIV Awareness Theater is a theater troupe in Hawassa, Ethiopia, which performs shows about AIDS and gender equality in...
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The Role of Beijing as a Major Backer to the Rise of “Made In Ethiopia”

To become a middle-income country by 2025, Ethiopia is strictly applying the second phase of its growth and development plan (GTPII) with Beijing’s unfailing support. By...
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Ethiopian Restaurant in Raleigh, NC Vandalized

RALEIGH, N.C. (WRAL.com)— Abyssinia, an Ethiopian restaurant located in the Mission Valley shopping center in Raleigh, NC, was vandalized early Sunday (September 10), according to...
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How the NSA Built a Secret Surveillance Network for Ethiopia

The National Security Agency (NSA), the U.S. intelligence agency, forged a relationship with the Ethiopian government that has expanded exponentially over the years. By Nick Turse...
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Why a Coup in Ethiopia Created a Faith Crisis in Jamaica

For Rastafarians, Selassie was the Christ, the Messiah, the Chosen One. He was said to be the 225th descendant of the great King David of...
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Language, Culture and Unity: Ethiopian Community Discusses Goals at ‘Immersion Lab’ Event in Woodbury, Minnesota

The desire for stronger connections between the cultures was among the topics discussed at the first installment the Ethiopian Immersion and Innovation Lab Aug. 26...
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Arik Air Sues Nigeria’s Federal Government, Ethiopian Airlines for More than 55 Million Dollars

(SaharaReporters.com)―Arik Air Limited has filled a N20 billion (~55.6 million USD) suit against the Nigerian Federal Government and Ethiopian Airlines over recent claims in the...
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Chercher Ethiopian Restaurant Aiming for Winter Opening in Courthouse (Arlington, VA)

Chercher Restaurant in Washington, DC was included in Michelin’s D.C. dining guide and earned a “bib gourmand” for high-quality food at a low price. By Chris...
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After She Returned to her Ethiopian Hometown, She Had to Help The Girls

Lily Yoseph founded Tangible Hope Foundation in 2011 after considering her life’s purpose three years earlier, which led her to return to the town where...
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Ethiopian New Year Festival Thriving in the Inner West Australia for Its 12th Year

The Ethiopian New Year Festival annual festival had grown from humble beginnings twelve years ago to become a truly multicultural event, showcasing the cultural diversity...
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How Women in Ethiopia Empower Communities through Nutrition

Health Extension Workers train hundreds of other women in their communities, empowering them to make informed decisions for their families and completely transforming the health...
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South Sudan, Ethiopia Ranked Unstable - Fragile States Index

South Sudan, once again, ranked as the most troubled country while Ethiopia recorded the greatest worsening globally over 2016, according to Fragile States Index 2017 By...
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Rights Group Urges Saudis Not to Expel Ethiopians

Human Rights Watch is urging the Saudi government to halt its plan to expel hundreds of thousands of Ethiopian immigrants who missed a late August...
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