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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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Philemon Rono (KEN) and Marta Megra (ETH) Win the 2017 Scotiabank Toronto Waterfront Marathon

Defending champion Philemon Rono of Kenya and Marta Megra of Ethiopia win the men and women titles of the 2017 Scotiabank Toronto Waterfront Marathon, clocking

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Louvres Hotel Group,Signed Its 3rd Hotel In Ethiopia

Louvres Hotel Group, number one hotel group in East Africa, signed its 3rd hotel in Ethiopia, pursuing the expansion of an ambitious network covering sub-Saharan

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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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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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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, Egyptian Fleeing Deportation Re-arrested

KUWAIT CITY, Kuwait (Arab Times)―An Egyptian man and an Ethiopian woman who escaped from the Deportation Center at two different locations were apprehended by security

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Government Forces Kill Four in Ethiopia’s Oromia Region

Protests in different Oromia towns, Ethiopia, continued on Wednesday and Thursday; at least six people were killed and more than 30 wounded during protests. By Solomon

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Clashes Threaten Ethiopia’s Delicate Ethnic Balance ― AFP

The unrest raises questions about the future of Ethiopia’s “ethnic federalism” system of governance, which is supposed to offer a degree of self-determination to the

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