Sisit - Part 2

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Lamb 2

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ምን ቀረኝ Min Keregn 2

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Endewaza

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Oromo protest and a counter-protest state - Part Two

In the first part of this series, I explored in historic perspectives (particularly with developments in Oromia regional state) the Ethiopian government’s road to becoming

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An Evening of Spoken Word, Poetry & Entertainment with Lemn Sissay in NYC

Lemn Sissay at the BBC Ten Pieces Proms 2016 at the Royal Albert Hall in London last week. (Courtesy photo) Tadias Magazine By Tadias Staff Published: Wednesday, July

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In Photos: Women’s Safe House in Addis

The Association for Women’s Sanctuary and Development (Awsad) provides holistic services for women and girls who have survived violence in Ethiopia. (Photograph: Maheder Haileselassie Tadese/Womankind) The

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Ethiopia: Agency Warned 7 Commercial Farm Developers

View Comments Agricultural Land Investment Administration Agency has served 7 commercial farm developers with warning letters. The commercial farm developers who occupy 37,500 hectares of land

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Ethiopia: Service Collected 193 Million Birr from Disposal Sales

View Comments Ethiopia’s Public Procurement and Property Disposal Service earned 193 million Birr from the disposal of used materials in the just concluded fiscal year. The

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Ethiopia Prepared 13 Million Hectares Land for Cultivation

View Comments Ministry of Agriculture and Natural Resource (MANR) disclosed it has prepared 13 million hectares of land across Ethiopia to be cultivated in Meher season. During