Politics

ESAT Short Interview with Azeb Mesfin

“አዜብ አይደለሁም” ESAT Short Interview with Azeb Mesfin

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Visit to Ethiopia doesn’t mean Egypt agrees on dam project

Ahram Online, Wednesday 24 Sep 2014 Irrigation minister visits dam’s construction site, the first by Egyptian official Egypt’s irrigation minister …

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EthioSwedish Task Force Decorated woyane Ambassader with Rotten Fish &eggs

EthioSwedish Task Force with coopration with Ogaden Association in Stockholm hade embarasd the Woyane Ambasader in Stockholm ,decorated with rotten …

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Egypt’s irrigation minister visits Ethiopia’s Grand Renaissance Dam

Ahram Online, MENA, Monday 22 Sep 2014 The visit is considered the first for an Egyptian official to the dam’s …

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Soldiers From Poor Countries Have Become the World’s Peacekeepers

Adam McCauley | Time | September 12, 2014 It is an unfair burden for troops who are less well trained, under-supplied and ill …

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Ethiopia: Prime Minster Hailemariam in Hiding

By: Fanta Kiros  | August 8, 2014 This week, more than 90 US companies attended the U.S-African Summit in Washington, …

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In Ethiopia, Protecting Yourself Online Is a Crime

The Huffington Post BLOG | July 22, 2014 This post was written by PEN America’s Freedom to Write Fellow Deji …

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Ethiopia Establishes Modern Military – Premier

Ethiopian Radio and Television Agency (Addis Ababa) | July 20, 2014 Prime minister and Commander-in-Chief of Defense Forces, Hailemariam Desalegn said that …

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As Ethiopia’s ‘Zone 9′ bloggers get popular, they get charged with terror

By William Davison | csmonitor Correspondent | JULY 21, 2014 The US says it is ‘deeply concerned’ over prosecution of young social media …

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Ethiopian bloggers prepare lawsuit as police continue to hold them without charges

By Agence France-Presse | July 17, 2014 Addis Ababa (AFP) – The lawyer for a group of detained Ethiopian bloggers …

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Ethiopian authorities charge nine journalists with terrorism

CJP | July 17, 2014 Nairobi, July 17, 2014–An Ethiopian court charged nine Ethiopian journalists arrested in April with inciting …

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Lawyer for detained Ethiopia bloggers challenges detention

AFP | July 17, 2014 The lawyer for a group of detained Ethiopian bloggers and reporters said Thursday he was …

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Ethiopia’s Democratic Transition: One Step Forward, Two Steps Back

On July 10, 2014, Reagan-Fascell Democracy Fellow Merera Gudina Jefi evaluated the Ethiopian Peoples’ Revolutionary Democratic Front (EPRDF) regime’s performance …

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Ethiopian-Egyptian activities Resumption

 | July 10, 2014 Economic cooperation between Egypt and Ethiopia on the rise Cairo is working on resuming the Ethiopian-Egyptian activities that were …

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Ethiopia’s Nile dam project signals its intention to become an African power

Emeline Wuilbercq | The Guadian | July 14, 2014 Grand Ethiopian Renaissance dam will provide energy for growing economy but add to …

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Ethiopia arrests four young, prominent opposition figures

Ethiomedia | July 8, 2014 WASHINGTON, DC – Police on Tuesday arrested four young and prominent political leaders: Habtamu Ayalew, …

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Chinese premier meets with Ethiopian president in Beijing

(Xinhua) | July 8, 2014 BEIJING, July 8 (Xinhua) — Chinese Premier Li Keqiang met with Ethiopian President Mulatu Teshome …

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Ismail Omar Guelleh Puts Himself Under Ethiopia’s Protection

By African Intelligence | July 6, 2014 THE plan for economic integration devised by Djibouti and neighbouring Ethiopia could ultimately lead to …

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Ana Gomez’s Letter of Appeal on the Abduction of Andargachew Tsege

July 3, 2014 Dear Cathy, An Ethiopian activist who is currently based in London and is a holder of a …

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Ethiopia to give Djibouti underground water for free

By Beyene Geda | The African Report | July 4, 2014 Ethiopian legislators have ratified an agreement that will see neighbouring …

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