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    The Longest War Of The 21st Century

    One World By Konrad Rękas The problem is that the prophets of World War 3 were right. Only, as in the poem by the Polish-Lithuanian poet Czesław Miłosz about the end of the World that no one noticed – perhaps there will be no more global war other than a permanently hybrid war. And the inhabitants […]

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    Françafrique: The Franch Stayle of Neo-colonialsim

    A Janus-faced entity – one African, the other French – Françafrique is the ultimate symbol of confiscated, perverted sovereignty. This singular coinage perfectly illustrates France’s dogged refusal to decolonize. Proving a link between the presence of French troops in Françafrique and French control of governments is a complex task that would require details of treaties and documents […]

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    Forty-six years after Nigerian Leader General Murtala Ramat Muhammed Speech on OAU, has Africa come of age?

    Daily Trust by Dan Agbese On January 11, 1976, the late Nigerian head of state, General Murtala Ramat Muhammed, addressed an extraordinary summit of heads of state and government of the OAU in Addis Ababa. His speech was entitled: “Africa has come of age.” He said:   “Africa has come of age. It is no longer […]

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    The Nubian Shield in Africa and Bab Al Mandab are Reshaping the Regional Security Tracks

    Africa, for quite a long, has been the most unexplored or under-explored place on the planet and it is largely believed that Africa is a mineral and natural resource-rich continent. It is said that the next super growth in the world economy will be driven by Africa, and the most important reason for the African growth story […]

  • A Rare, Isolated Script from a Language in Liberia Invented From Scratch Holds Clues to The Evolution of Writing

    A Rare, Isolated Script from a Language in Liberia Invented From Scratch Holds Clues to The Evolution of Writing 

    Science Alert TESSA KOUMOUNDOUROS A rare script from a language in Liberia has provided some new insights into how written languages evolve. “The Vai script of Liberia was created from scratch in about 1834 by eight completely illiterate men who wrote in ink made from crushed berries,” says linguistic anthropologist Piers Kelly, now at the University of […]

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    Five Lost Civilizations

    Conflict, climate and economic collapse often brought these mighty empires down. A civilization is defined as “an advanced state of human society, in which a high level of culture, science, industry and a government have been reached.” According to the National Geographic Society, this includes large population centers, division of labor, a class system, a communication system and monumental […]

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    North Korea’s Kim calls for more ‘Military Muscle’ after Watching Hypersonic Missile Test

    North Korean leader Kim Jong Un called for boosting the country’s strategic military forces as he observed the test of a hypersonic missile, state media said on Wednesday, officially attending a missile launch for the first time in nearly two years. Lat Tuesday authorities in South Korea and Japan detected the suspected launch, which drew […]

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    CIA and CNN: Rocked by A Massive Scandal with their Pedophilia and Sexual Predators Exploitation

     by Abhyoday Sisodia A bombshell was dropped on the CIA as a report revealed that a massive pedophilia racket was active in the organization. Only one of the persons was ever charged with a crime, even though the majority of these instances were forwarded to US lawyers for prosecution. The rest of the cases were referred […]

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    Abiy Ahmed and Vladimir Putin: Different Leaders, But Similar Experiences & Visions

     By Andrew Korybko Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed and Russian President Vladimir Putin are different leaders who nevertheless share very similar background experiences and visions for their historically diverse civilization-states. Drawing attention to their commonalities is meant to show how closely these countries’ recent histories are aligned, which can in turn spur more people-to-people ties. […]

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    The Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) is a Site of Cooperation; Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed

    A statement released by Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed Ethiopia has an ambitious plan to build a modern economy based on agriculture, manufacturing, and industry. By doing this the country is committed to developing the social infrastructure with quality education, health systems, and the provision of clean water for its people. Here is Prime Minister […]

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    The Victory was so Great, the Enemy Suffered Heavy Losses: PM Abiy Ahmed

    Ethiopia’s government announced Monday it had recaptured three strategic towns from the terrorist groups. The latest and rapid series of battlefield victories claimed by Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed’s administration is unimaginable by the enemy from inside and outside enemies. Dessie, Kombolcha, and Bati are lie in the Amhara region on a key highway to Addis […]

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    We Want to See Ethiopia, that Stands on Our Secrfies – ‘Either to be Ethiopian or to be Ethiopia’: PM Abiy Ahmed

    Just one week after he vowed to lead military operations at the front, Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed on Tuesday said Ethiopian government forces have recaptured a swathe of territory in the northern part of the country including the lowland Afar town of Chifra in a major counter-offensive against the terrorist TPLF group. He further addressed […]

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    Western Aid Worker cought smuggling weapons to arm the terrorist cell under the guise of humanitarian Assistance

    Ministry of Foreign affairs In a pre-recorded video message, H.E. Demeke Mekonnen, Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister of Ethiopia said Ethiopia is disappointed by the campaign that is being waged against its handling of the situation in the Tigray region. He said what we need now is concrete support and, “a mission to undermine […]

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    An Ethiopian official says CPC serves as the best example of achieving miracles

    Xinhua ADDIS ABABA, March 25 (Xinhua) — The Communist Party of China (CPC) can serve as a best example across the world of breaking a circle of problems and achieving miracles at home and in the global arena, a senior official from Ethiopia’s ruling Prosperity Party has said. Making the remarks in a recent interview […]

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    Ethiopia categorically rejects U.S.’s statement about Tigray

    The Ethiopian Herald BY TAMERU REGASA The Ministry of Foreign Affairs stated that the U.S.’s statement released concerning the Tigray State has undermined the sovereignty of the country. The ministry stressed that as the government has been meticulously providing humanitarian support in collaboration with international and local agents, the situation in the state has shown […]

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    Ethiopia has a long history of statehood and capable of handling its internal affairs

    Euro observer by Hirut Zemene We have come across an article issued by your media outlet under the title Ethiopia war creating new ‘refugee crisis’, EU envoy warns dated 24 February 2021, which was based on a briefing given by the Finnish foreign minister, Mr. Pekka Haavisto, on the current situation in Tigray region of Ethiopia after […]

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    Ethiopia: US ‘interference’ over its internal conflict is regrettable

    In Summary • Government of Ethiopia said that it is taking responsibility for the safety, security, and well-being of its citizens. • Ethiopia said that honoring international obligations and responsibilities should not be deemed by any entity as an invitation to dictate a sovereign nation’s internal affairs. Ethiopia’s Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed speaks at a […]

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    Global media’s reports on law enforcement operation purposely biased, negative

    The Ethiopian herald  Not Surprisingly, most major international media outlet’s coverage of the federal government’s law enforcement operation in Tigray state has been biased, negative, and one-sided. Besides the continuous distortion of facts on the ground, these media outlets have been engaged in falsification and negativism in their framing of the issue. The major fact […]

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    Africa’s Peace and Prosperity Begin at Home

    project-syndicate by ABIY AHMED For too long, Africa has been a strategic plaything of world powers. By bolstering its internal cohesion and economic integration, the continent can become a strong geopolitical force with an independent and unified voice on important global issues. ADDIS ABABA – Africans must take responsibility for our continent’s affairs. We have […]

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    Ethiopia Coffee Export Generated a Record High of $578 Million in the Last six Months

    If you consider yourself a fully-fledged coffee lover, you will probably already be aware of the fact that Ethiopia is deemed one of the best places in the world for coffee. And it has been one of the top foreign currency generators for the country, with 60% of exports being directly related to coffee. The country […]

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    Ethiopia’s Roasted Coffee Sold Out Within Seconds of Debut on China’s Largest e-Commerce Platform of Alibaba Group

    On the live stream event, the Ethiopian roasting company of Arada Coffee sells more than 11,200 bags of its coffee in one second, which set a record on the Alibaba online shop, Tmall Global. The Government of Ethiopia and ECA has joined efforts with China’s Largest e-Commerce Platform Alibaba Group, to bring more quality African […]

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    Ethiopia’s wondercrop ‘Enset’ Could Feed more than 100 million people in Africa alone

    A new study suggests that a plant relative to the banana, found only in Ethiopia, has the potential to feed more than 100 million people in warming environments. The ‘false banana’, which is a banana-like crop is inedible, but the starchy stems and roots that can be fermented and used to make porridge and bread […]

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    Ethiopian Ramps up Cargo Investment for African E-commerce Hub

    African largest airline is considering an order for about five Boeing Co. 777 freighters and may also take upcoming Airbus SE A350s. Ethiopian has announced plans to resume flights with Boeing’s 737 Max on Feb. 1, almost three years after a deadly crash outside Addis Ababa. Ethiopia Exports of live trees, plants, bulbs, roots, cut […]

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    Billionaires made $5 trillion in the past year—and their wealth is growing at an ‘unprecedented’ rate

    The world’s billionaires are accumulating wealth at a rate “unprecedented in human history,” according to a recent report from Oxfam International. The charitable organization’s “Inequality Kills” report found that the planet’s 2,755 billionaires saw their cumulative wealth increase by $5 trillion — a sum greater than the market caps of Apple and Amazon combined — since March 2021, from $8.6 […]

  • Alibaba Partenerd with Ermias Amelga to Open E-World Trade Platform in Ethiopia withen six months

    Alibaba Partenerd with Ermias Amelga to Open E-World Trade Platform in Ethiopia withen six months

    Two years after the signing of a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Ethiopia, following the visit of its chairman Jack Ma in Ethiopia, the game-changing e-commerce company is slated to join Ethiopia’s digital economy within the next six months according to Reporter Ethiopia. The e-commerce company, which is nearing implementation, is birthed from the partnership […]

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    Why Timnit Gebru Isn’t Waiting for Big Tech to Fix AI’s Problems

    Time BY BILLY PERRIGO Three hundred and sixty-four days-after she lost her job as a co-lead of Google’s ethical artificial intelligence (AI) team, Timnit Gebru is nestled into a couch at an Airbnb rental in Boston, about to embark on a new phase in her career. Google hired Gebru in 2018 to help ensure that its AI […]

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    How Cargo Is Keeping Ethiopian Airlines Profitable

    Simple Flying byLinnea Ahlgren Following the worst crisis commercial aviation has ever experienced, Ethiopian Airlines is now cash positive and profitable, its chief executive officer Tewolde Gebremariam said on Thursday. How it got there? Riding the updraft of a booming air freight market. E-commercial and medical supplies When physical stores closed down, people suffering from […]

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    Eight business ventures in Africa worth considering in 2022

    How We Made It In Africa For many, the start of the year is a time to consider new opportunities. How we made it in Africa has compiled a list of eight potential business ideas in Africa to pursue in 2022, from exporting organic food products to tapping into growing global demand for African luxury brands. [Note: […]

Travel

  • Ethiopia has Over 10,000 Megalithic Monuments dating Back to the 1st Century

    Ethiopia has Over 10,000 Megalithic Monuments Dating Back to the 1st Century

    Megalithic monuments exist in all regions of Ethiopia. Most of the megalith sites are located in the Southern Nation Nationalities and Peoples Regional State (SNNPRS). The major megalithic sites are found in Gedeo Zone, Gurage Zone, and Sidama Zone. Tiya is one of the megalithic sites registered by UNESCO. Stele, tumuli, and dolmens are the […]

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    Brilliant Ethiopia: The Unique Wonder

    Ethiopia is one of Africa’s most beautiful countries and its landscapes are epic in both scale and beauty. Here are some of Ethiopia’s endemic birds and the country’s landscape, that can be found nowhere else but Ethiopia. The Danakil Depression, where there are lush highlands and stirring deserts, vertiginous canyons and sweeping savanna, vast lakes, […]

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    Kenya Had an Elephant ‘Baby Boom’ — and Now You Can Adopt One

    More than 200 baby elephants were born in 2020. Travel Leisure BY JESSICA POITEVIEN It’s not unheard of for a government to study the demographics of its population, but officials from Kenya took that concept one step further with its first-ever National Wildlife Census. Conducted by Kenya’s newly created Wildlife Research and Training Institute, the census will serve as a […]

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    10 Main Tourist Attractions Places in Africa

    Africa Wanderlust “Each product we feature has been independently selected and reviewed by our editorial team. If you make a purchase using the links included, we may earn a commission.” Africa is a vast continent with the most diverse countries in the world. Filled with lush inland forests and picture-perfect beaches, Africa is a growing […]

  • Homage to Entoto Park How the Old “Town in the Forest” is turning into a newly flowering tourist hub

    Homage to Entoto Park How the Old “Town in the Forest” is turning into a newly flowering tourist hub

    Ethiopan Herald, by Mulugeta Gudeta  Entoto is the name of a chain of hills north of the capital Addis Ababa. Entoto evokes not only the image of any hill. It is rather a name that is exclusively attributed to a chain of hills that look like a gateway to the Ethiopian capital in the distance. Entoto […]

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    This Is What It’s Like Trekking the Hottest Place on Earth

    Fodors by Wendy Watta A pungent smell choked the air and breathing into a ruched-up scarf pressed firmly over the nose barely offered any respite. Liquid in unearthly luminous yellow-and-green hot springs scattered around the vicinity spluttered and hissed like simmering cauldrons of puke as sulfur and iron mixed, eyes watering from the emissions. We […]

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    Enigmatic Ethiopia: Africa’s (still) hidden jewel in the crown?

    Daily Maverick, by John Battersby Addis Ababa, a seething and rapidly developing African metropolis, is a regular transit stop for north-south travellers and a destination for officials connected to the African Union and its many commissions. While transit travellers benefit from the cheaper rates of Ethiopian Airlines – Africa’s largest and most globally connected national […]

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    Ethiopia’s Tourism sector is on the rise

    Africa News Room Ethiopian Airlines was announced winner of the Selling Travel Agents Choice Awards for “Airline to Africa Ethiopia participated at the 40th World Travel Market (WTM), which took place from Monday 4th November – Wednesday 6th November at ExCeL in London. WTM is the largest business-to-business travel event in the UK and attracts a 50,000-strong crowd […]

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    The Nile Could Be a Window Into the Underworld

    GIZMODO Byy Ryan F. Mandelbaum Some scientists think the Nile river might be revealing the mysteries of the mantle beneath it. There’s been debate over the age of the Nile—whether it formed from a river redirecting around 5 million years ago or whether a proto-Nile has flowed through the area for 30 million years. If […]

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    Enqutatash (እንቁጣጣሽ); An Ethiopian New year

    Enqutatash is an Ethiopian (Amharic)word, which represents the Ethiopian New Year. It is called Ri’se Awde Amet (“Head Anniversary”) in Ge’ez, the term preferred by the Ethiopian Orthodox Tewahedo Church. It occurs on September 11th in the Gregorian Calendar; except for the year preceding a leap year, when it occurs on September 12th. The Ethiopian Calendar Year 2011 Amätä […]

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    Scientists reveal the face of our oldest direct ancestor who roamed Ethiopia millions of years ago

    Independent The 3.8-million-year-old cranium was almost completely preserved meaning scientists could identify never-before-seen facial features 3.8-million-year-old cranium belongs to an adult male who is an ancestor of ‘Lucy’ – one of the world’s most famous fossils The face of our oldest direct ancestor has been revealed for the first time, with scientists calling the 3.8-million-year-old ape-like […]

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    In the Ethiopian Mountains, Ancient Humans Were Living the High Life

    The New York Times, By Carl Zimmer Scientists have discovered what is by far the oldest evidence of human occupation at extreme altitudes: a rock shelter strewn with bones, tools and hearths 11,000 feet above sea level. People lived at the site, in the mountains of Ethiopia, as long as 47,000 years ago. The research, reported on […]

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    2020 Rough Guide ultimate Trarvel bucket list, 100 BEST PLACES ON EARTH

    Rough Guide If you need inspiration on where to travel in 2020, then look no further – Rough Guides’ new book reveals 100 of the most extraordinary places to visit in the world – the ultimate travel bucket list. The Rough Guide to the 100 Best Places on Earth is being published on 1st September and is […]

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    Behind the Scenes: Grueling Lifestyle Shoot on an Active Volcano in Ethiopia

    Peta pixel DL CADE Photographer Joey L. is known for pushing himself to capture stunning imagery. From his documentary work on the frontlines of the fight against ISIS, to A-list celebrity and commercial work, he never shies away from a physical or creative challenge. His most recent commercial shoot was both. The ad campaign featured the ZAAF Collection, a premium […]

Africa

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    How Africa’s entrepreneurs are handling the continent’s challenges: book

    The Conversation by Seun Kolade, De Montfort University I carried out a little exercise on Google. I searched “Africa”, and then “African countries”. Top among the 3.4 billion results in the first search and 272 million in the second were stories about the Omicron variant of SARS-CoV-2 and bans on African countries. Then about wars and […]

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    Françafrique: The Franch Stayle of Neo-colonialsim

    A Janus-faced entity – one African, the other French – Françafrique is the ultimate symbol of confiscated, perverted sovereignty. This singular coinage perfectly illustrates France’s dogged refusal to decolonize. Proving a link between the presence of French troops in Françafrique and French control of governments is a complex task that would require details of treaties and documents […]

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    Addis Hosting The 35th AU Summit Overturns Conspiracy

    The propaganda and pressure waged by some western countries on Ethiopia,  tarnishing the image of the country by blowing their trumpet of falsehood attempting to show that Addis Ababa is not a safe place to host the 35th AU Summit of Heads of State and Governments due to security issues are one again futile. The ill […]

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    Forty-six years after Nigerian Leader General Murtala Ramat Muhammed Speech on OAU, has Africa come of age?

    Daily Trust by Dan Agbese On January 11, 1976, the late Nigerian head of state, General Murtala Ramat Muhammed, addressed an extraordinary summit of heads of state and government of the OAU in Addis Ababa. His speech was entitled: “Africa has come of age.” He said:   “Africa has come of age. It is no longer […]

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    The Nubian Shield in Africa and Bab Al Mandab are Reshaping the Regional Security Tracks

    Africa, for quite a long, has been the most unexplored or under-explored place on the planet and it is largely believed that Africa is a mineral and natural resource-rich continent. It is said that the next super growth in the world economy will be driven by Africa, and the most important reason for the African growth story […]

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    Airline tie-up for Kenya and South Africa: possible rewards, and risks

    The Conversation by Eric Tchouamou Njoya, University of Huddersfield Africa has 357 airlines, the top 10 of which carried more than 60% of traffic. This reflects the fact that many airlines on the continent are very small: some have as few as two aircraft. Between them the airlines carried 95 million passengers in 2019, according to Routes, an […]

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    The History of Africa Cup of Nations

    The CAF Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON), it also called in French as Coupe d’Afrique des Nations (CAN), also referred to as Total Energies Africa Cup of Nations after its headline sponsor, and sometimes as also called the African Cup of Nations and African Nations Cup, is the most prestigious football (soccer) competition in Africa. It is contested by national teams and is organized by the Confédération Africaine […]

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    Changing Disastrous US Foreign Policy In Horn Of Africa

    “Lemme go. I am an American” used to mean a lot for any American who announces his US citizenship in order to get out of a “tight spot” in any African country just a couple of decades ago. Even us, as Naturalized Ethiopian-American citizens were able to call upon our US citizenship when it warranted. […]

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    African countries are stuck on the free movement of people. How to break logjam

    The Conversation Alan Hirsch, University of Cape Town Most African countries signed onto the Free Movement of Persons protocol in Addis Ababa in January 2018. Its rationalewas set out clearly: the free movement of people – as well as capital goods and services – would promote integration and herald in a host of other benefits. These included improving science, […]

  • A Rare, Isolated Script from a Language in Liberia Invented From Scratch Holds Clues to The Evolution of Writing

    A Rare, Isolated Script from a Language in Liberia Invented From Scratch Holds Clues to The Evolution of Writing 

    Science Alert TESSA KOUMOUNDOUROS A rare script from a language in Liberia has provided some new insights into how written languages evolve. “The Vai script of Liberia was created from scratch in about 1834 by eight completely illiterate men who wrote in ink made from crushed berries,” says linguistic anthropologist Piers Kelly, now at the University of […]

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    Modern Humans lived in Eastern Africa 38,000 years earlier than thought

    Live Science By Ben Turner  The remains were buried under a massive layer of soot from a gigantic volcanic eruption. Modern humans emerged in eastern Africa at least 38,000 years earlier than scientists previously thought. That conclusion was drawn from traces of a colossal volcanic eruption used to date the earliest undisputed Homo sapiens fossils.  The remains, dubbed […]

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    Ten African Countries Which Produces the Largest Crude Oil Output in 2021

    For many years,c crude oil has been a major revenue driver for most African countries. Across the continent, crude deposits are abundant. The African continent is home to five of the top 30 oil-producing countries in the world. It accounted for more than 7.9 million barrels per day in 2019, which is about 9.6% of world output. This level […]

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    Africa’s Complex 2022 Elections: Restoring Democratic Processes

    African Center By Joseph Siegle and Candace Cook Responding to the coups, conflicts, and other derailments of democratic processes in recent years, Africa’s 2022 elections are, in large part, an effort to right the democratic ship of state on the continent. There is little that is ordinary about the African elections slated for 2022. With multiple elections intended […]

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    Assassinations and invasions – how the US and France shaped Haiti’s long history of political

    The Conversation Jean Eddy Saint Paul Professor of Sociology, Brooklyn College The powerful earthquake that struck Haiti on Aug. 14, 2021, followed a long series of natural and human-caused disasters to rock the country. Unfortunately, if history offers any clues, earthquake relief efforts will be complicated by the nation’s recent political unrest. President Jovenel Moïse was assassinated less […]

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    Greatest African footballers ranked, featuring Drogba, Toure, Essien & Eto’o

    Give Me Sport By Paul Conolly Once you have subscribed we will use the email you provided to send you the newsletter. You can unsubscribe at any time by clicking the unsubscribe link at the bottom of the newsletter email. By ticking this box you are agreeing to our termsand privacy policy The African Cup of Nations kicks off today in […]

World

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    The Longest War Of The 21st Century

    One World By Konrad Rękas The problem is that the prophets of World War 3 were right. Only, as in the poem by the Polish-Lithuanian poet Czesław Miłosz about the end of the World that no one noticed – perhaps there will be no more global war other than a permanently hybrid war. And the inhabitants […]

  • Françafrique and the collapse of colonialism

    Françafrique: The Franch Stayle of Neo-colonialsim

    A Janus-faced entity – one African, the other French – Françafrique is the ultimate symbol of confiscated, perverted sovereignty. This singular coinage perfectly illustrates France’s dogged refusal to decolonize. Proving a link between the presence of French troops in Françafrique and French control of governments is a complex task that would require details of treaties and documents […]

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    Forty-six years after Nigerian Leader General Murtala Ramat Muhammed Speech on OAU, has Africa come of age?

    Daily Trust by Dan Agbese On January 11, 1976, the late Nigerian head of state, General Murtala Ramat Muhammed, addressed an extraordinary summit of heads of state and government of the OAU in Addis Ababa. His speech was entitled: “Africa has come of age.” He said:   “Africa has come of age. It is no longer […]

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    The Nubian Shield in Africa and Bab Al Mandab are Reshaping the Regional Security Tracks

    Africa, for quite a long, has been the most unexplored or under-explored place on the planet and it is largely believed that Africa is a mineral and natural resource-rich continent. It is said that the next super growth in the world economy will be driven by Africa, and the most important reason for the African growth story […]

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  • Some of 27 New Appointees Will Be Non-Resident Ambassadors - Foreign Ministry January 28, 2022
    [Addis Standard] Addis Abeba -- Some of the ambassadors appointed by President Sahlework yesterday are going to be non-resident ambassadors based in Addis Abeba, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MoFA) said. At today's biweekly press briefing, the spokesperson of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MoFA) ambassador Dina Mufti defended the government's decision, "They will serve […]
  • Court Grants Bail to Former NISS Deputy and Anti-Terrorism Task Force Chief January 28, 2022
    [Addis Standard] Addis Abeba -- Judges at the Federal High Court, Lideta Division 1st Corruption Crimes bench have today granted a bail 30, 000 birr each for 22 defendants charged under the file name of the Getachew Assefa, the former Director General of National Intelligence and Security Service(NISS). The defendants were facing charges of gross […]
  • 'It's Like a Mafia State' - The Daunting Task of Reporting the Tigray Conflict January 28, 2022
    [DW] Ethiopia's Tigray conflict erupted in November 2020 and later spread to neighboring regions. Yet, covering the war is a huge challenge, with press freedom severely constrained and journalists facing intense pressure.

Western Diplomats Tried to Bully African Leaders From Attending AU Summit in Ethiopia

Who Speaks for Ethiopia? Voices from the Opposition