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Monthly Archives: December 2009

The case for war

By Yilma Bekele There are three things important in real estate: location, location, location. Agents never tire mentioning this important fact. What exactly does it...

Sudan on brink of another civil war, says government official

by Ethan Cole, Christian Post An government official says Sudan is in danger of witnessing another civil war between the Muslim north and the Christian...

Ethiopian Farms Lure Investor Funds as Workers Live in Poverty

By Jason McLure Dec. 31 (Bloomberg) -- Until last year, people in the Ethiopian settlement of Elliah earned a living by farming their land and...

HUNGER: New Warning on Food Security for Horn of Africa

By Susan Anyangu-Amu NAIROBI, Dec 30 (IPS) - The European Commission Humanitarian Aid Department (ECHO) has raised a red flag over the worsening food security...

New Year Message to patriotic Ethiopians

Always keep a diamond in your mind! By Leoul Mekonen As the New Year of 2010 approaches, I am triggered to write something to my beloved...

Abbay Media’s “Person of the Year” for 2009

Abbay Media proudly announces Birtukan Mideksa as its “Person of the Year” for 2009 Judge Birtukan Mideksa is selected as the “Person of the Year”...

Candlelight Vigil Held for Jailed Ethiopia Opposition Leader

Hundreds of Birtukan Mideksa's supporters jam her Unity for Democracy and Justice Party headquarters, wearing yellow T-shirts bearing her image, holding candles, demanding her...

Vancouver Marked Birtukan’s One year in prison

Ethiopians in Vancouver paused Saturday, December 26, 2009, to honour Birtukan Mideksa, the leader of the most popular opposition party, the Unity for Democracy...

Weyane backed Eritrean opposition vows to up military action

ADDIS ABABA (AFP) – An Eritrean opposition group told AFP on Tuesday it was "prepared to launch attacks" on government troops after the...

Weyane Jails Seven for Complaining of Aid Abuses

By Jason McLure Dec. 29 (Bloomberg) — Seven farmers from northern Ethiopia were jailed last week after agreeing to testify to human rights groups that...