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Yearly Archives: 2012

Ethiopia defeat Niger 1-0

Ethiopia defeated Niger 1-0 at the weekend in a 2013 Africa Cup of Nations warm-up match between countries considered title outsiders.

Over 40 killed in army infighting

Over 40 members of the Ethiopia’s defense forces deployed in Bore front, Afar region, were reportedly killed in deadly clashes that erupted among divided soldiers.

Ring in Redress to All Humankind (by Alemayehu G. Mariam)

Ring in Redress to All Humankind by Alemayehu G. Mariam 2012 is gone. 2013 is on the way. Let us ring in redress to all humankind. I...

Ethiopian Journalist Fasil Yenealem (ESAT) and His Dream …

Fighting for freedom with microphone and camera, Freedom for his homeland. That’s the dream of journalist Fasil Yenealem. From a ramshackle self-built studio in...

Ethiopia: TPLF Inc. as a ‘silent killer’ By Aklog Birara, PhD

Have you ever wondered, as I have, why Ethiopia and the Ethiopian people are caught in a vicious cycle of disillusionment, dispossession and disempowerment?

Africa Cup of Nations: Ethiopia’s readiness

The pundits have noted that this is the first time that Ethiopia has qualified for the Africa Cup of Nations after 31 years, opening a new chapter in its football history.

Gen Samora Yenus is dying…

The unschooled and uncultured top war criminal Gen Samora is dying… A poor peasant and a primary school dropout, who was described by senior political commentator as cold blooded murderer with thinking and reasoning capacity of a dinosaur, Gen Samora is dying…
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Jacky Gosee – Sela Bey

Jacky Gosee - Sela Bey For the latest and Hot Ethiopian music, comedy, and other Ethiopian videos follow us on Google+ : https://plus.google.com/+hoplessable Like us on...

Ethiopia: 4 Journalists Win Free Speech Prize

(New York) Human Rights Watch- Four Ethiopian journalists have received the prestigious Hellman/Hammett award for 2012 in recognition of their efforts to promote free expression in Ethiopia, one of the world’s most restricted media environments.