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Monthly Archives: October 2012

TPLF and the Ethiopian Flag (by Tamagne Beyene)

TPLF and the Ethiopian Flag Abbay Media Editor's Note; In the same week as Weyane is celebrating Ethiopian flag day, we found it appropriate to remind...
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Ethiopian Minister’s Wife Accused of Using Saudi Cash in Unrest

Ethiopian Minister's Wife Accused of Using Saudi Cash in Unrest By William Davison (Bloomberg) -- Ethiopian authorities charged a minister’s wife with terrorism for using money...

Ethiopia’s homeless Prime Minister

Ethiopia's homeless Prime Minister By Hama Tuma Sometimes we Ethiopians like to boast. The first in everything! The cradle of mankind. The first bare foot runner...

Sudan and South Sudan get AU ultimatum

Sudan and South Sudan get AU ultimatum The African Union has given Sudan and South Sudan a further six weeks to reach consensus on the...

Ethiopian Visionary Youth Organization, Press Conference in Addis Abeba

Ethiopian Visionary Youth Organization, Press Conference in Addis Abeba, on Meskerem 27, 2005

Ethiopia: Sewenet confident about team

“But we are not scared because we have played with big teams to qualify for the the African Cup of Nations. We are also in a good position in our world cup qualifying group,” Sewenet said.

TPLF done it again, 29 Ethiopian Muslims charged under anti-terror law

Twenty-nine Ethiopian Muslims were charged Monday with plotting acts of "terrorism", the majority arrested after protests accusing the government of interference in religious affairs.

240 Ethiopian immigrants flown to Israel

A planeload of 240 Ethiopian immigrants, half of them children, landed in Israel on Monday, in an inaugural flight commencing Israel’s initiative to bring all remaining Falash Mora to the country, the Jewish Agency announced.

Ethiopian ejection for Etihad Airways

Etihad Airways has been grounded in its attempts to jet into the Ethiopian capital of Addis Ababa. The snub comes after the African nation’s Civil Aviation...

Ethiopia’s Reeyot: “The Price for My Courage”

[by Alemayehu G. Mariam] There are few things more difficult or dangerous than speaking truth to abusers of power. But for Reeyot Alemu, the 31 year-old young Ethiopian heroine of press freedom, no price is high enough to keep her from being “the voice of the voiceless”.