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    Lower Valley of the Omo

    The Omo River (also called Omo-Bottego) in southern Ethiopia is the largest Ethiopian river outside the Nile Basin. Its course is entirely contained within the boundaries of Ethiopia, and it empties into Lake Turkana on the border with Kenya. The river is the principal stream of an endorheic drainage basin, the Turkana Basin. This southwestern corner of Ethiopia is home to seven primary tribes who coexist […]

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    The Amazing Civilization Of Ethiopia

    At the beginning of the historical period of Egypt, most inhabitants of the earth were rude savages. In western Europe and northern Asia, the half-human Neanderthal lived in eaves under overhanging ledges and fed upon the untamed products of the wild. Outside of Africa, we find over the earth the rude stone tools of the […]

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    African languages are the fastest growing in the United States

    By Chidinma Irene Nwoye Newly released data from the U.S. Census Bureau spotlights African languages among the top ten fastest growing languages spoken at home in the U.S. The list featured three groups of African languages: Swahili and other Central/Eastern/Southern African languages; Yoruba, Twi, Igbo, and other Western African languages; and Amharic/Somali. Analysts credit the development to recent […]

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    The Horn Of Africa

    World Atlas Today, we know the countries of the Horn of Africa as Djibouti, Ethiopia, Eritrea, and Somalia. However, humans have inhabited the Horn of Africa for thousands of years – some evidence dates back as far as 125,000 years ago. People is an overview of the unique features of this region. History Ethiopia Pre-history […]

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    “President Trump, act now to give democracy a chance in Sudan” Jimmy Carter

    Opinion by Jimmy Carter (CNN) The Sudanese people’s overthrow of their former government opened new opportunities in the country for democracy, peace and economic development. Today, Sudan’s transition is at a fragile moment. To succeed, it needs urgent international support. In August, the leaders of the protest movement and the military signed an agreement establishing a three-year transition […]

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    An Ethiopian artist Aida Muluneh has taken several images to depict the harsh life of many women in rural areas

    BBC Renowned Ethiopian artist Aida Muluneh has taken a series of striking images to depict the harsh life of many women in rural areas – especially their daily efforts to obtain clean water for their families. Her Water Life series, which was commissioned by the charity WaterAid, will be on display at London’s Somerset House […]

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    Addis Ababa, gateway to the flavours of Ethiopia

    Daily Mavrics, There is no better place to understand what makes Ethiopia so alluring and get a taste of its multifaceted culture and history than in the country’s fascinating and flourishing capital, Addis Ababa. Ethiopian-born and Paris- and New York-based model, maternal health advocate, and the designer behind clothing brand Lemlem, Liya Kebede, shares with […]

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    A Little History Nugget; The Lebensraum Theory

    In 1886, before Germany actively engaged in colonial projects, the highly influential philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche wrote in his book Jenseits von Gut und Böse that “the noble way [is] value- defining, […] it is value-creating”. In other words, those who are noble naturally define the values for the rest that is not noble. Nietzsche coined […]

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    Deconstructing the myth of founding fathers

    This is Africa Africa’s founding fathers have many times been given the bare minimum when it comes to leadership. It is time for us to critically look at these men and what they did to the fabric of their nations. We need to question their legacies, which ought to be contested. Socrates Mbamalu When Zimbabwe’s […]

Poltics

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    Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed wins 2019 Nobel Peace Prizef

    CNBC By Vicky McKeever He was awarded the prize Friday for his “efforts to achieve peace and international cooperation and for his decisive initiative to resolve the border conflict with neighboring Eritrea.” Ahmed worked with Eritrea’s President Isaias Afwerki on the peace agreement. “An important premise for the breakthrough was Abiy Ahmed’s unconditional willingness to […]

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    ‘These elections belong to the Ethiopian people.’ US Ambassador Michael Raynor

    Ethiopia’s success in conducting the upcoming elections in a credible and safe manner will be a critical step in the reform process By Michael Raynor, US Embassy It’s a great pleasure and honor for me to be here today to highlight the importance of Ethiopia’s ambitious and essential political reforms – and especially the upcoming […]

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    Ethiopia’s Choice: Poverty through Grievance or Prosperity through Unity

    Ethiopian4CM BY LIJ TEODROSE FIKREMARIAM My father used to always respond with this one rejoinder during my youth every time I came home and complained about some injustice that I felt was done against me. So what? In ways I did not have the wisdom to understand, my dad was preparing me for a life […]

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    COUP-PROOFING ETHIOPIA: HOW THE UNITED STATES CAN PROMOTE STABILITY IN AN IMPORTANT AFRICAN PARTNER

    Modern War institute at West Point By Cameron Evers In June, an attempted coup in Ethiopia centered principally in the northern region of Amhara temporarily threw the country into turmoil—and left the army’s chief of staff dead. Against that backdrop, there is credible concern about the risk of further instability surrounding the upcoming 2020 general elections. Ethiopia’s reformist prime […]

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    Ethiopia needs a new rallying point instead of recycling its painful past

    The conversation, By Mohammed Girma, University of Pretoria Ethiopia has survived several dark epochs in its long history. One of them is known as Zemene Mesafint – the era of princes. This period, between the mid-18th and mid-19th century, got its name from the Bible because it mimics the biblical “period of judges” in Israel’s history. Joshua, […]

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    Abiy Ahmed is Ethiopia’s best chance of breaking the cycle of tyrannies

    Gwynne Dyer The independent Ethiopia’s Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed is a very lucky man. He has survived three attempts to kill or overthrow him in the past year. Last June he escaped unhurt in a grenade attack that killed one and wounded scores at a political rally. In October his office in the capital, Addis […]

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    Ethiopia looks to young technocrats to lead ambitious reform drive

    Financial Times, by Tom Wilson in Addis Ababa Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed has broken with tradition in Ethiopia by appointing young technocrats with international experience to important economic jobs as he seeks to turn the country’s tightly controlled, state-led economy into a competitive free market powered by private capital.  New generation with international experience appointed to […]

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    Ethiopianism is far above words!!!

    BY LEULSEGED WORKU, Ethiopian Herald Lately, the writer of this piece and his friends had a chance to attend a get-together program organized by a group of individual Ethiopians. These senior citizens are found in their late 60s. The reason they are gathered under one roof was to inaugurate one of their friend’s house. Among […]

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    Beyond ethnic politics and hate

    The Ethiopian Herald, BY FITSUM GETACHEW It is not a secret that the just commemorated 25th anniversary of the Rwandan Genocide had its basic origin in ethnic politics. What once you used to be called ‘tribalism’ now more often known as ethnic’ or ‘nationality’ division seems to be a curse everywhere. We have seen in […]

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    Revolutionary Change at Home, Ethiopia Is Remaking Its Middle East Ties

    World Politics Review, by Daniel Benaim Since protests swept 42-year-old Abiy Ahmed into power as Ethiopia’s prime minister a year ago, the country has undertaken a dramatic series of changes. Abiy has ended Ethiopia’s two-decade conflict with its neighbor Eritrea, introduced ambitious reforms designed to lessen repression, and vowed to organize Ethiopia’s first free and fair […]

Business

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    Ethiopia made the top 10 list of ACE targets for UK consultants

    New Civil Engineer BY MARK HANSFORD Ethiopia, Malaysia and Mexico are among the 10 top targets for UK consultants seeking to export their expertise in post-Brexit Britain, according to new research from the Association of Consultancy and Engineering (ACE). China, the world’s biggest construction market making up 23% of the entire global construction output, fails […]

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    Ethiopia’s capital Addis Ababa is undergoing its most radical facelift in a generation

    The Guardian by Tom Gardner in Addis Ababa “Here there used to be a lot of shops, you know, women selling bread and tea,” says Woinshet Fanta, shuffling past the rusted railway track in a long floral skirt. On the other side of the road is a field littered with assorted machinery. “There used to […]

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    Ethiopia reached an agreement with ArianeGroup for the construction of satellite manufacturing facility (MITA)

    Africa Space News Ethiopia is set to commence the second phase of its space strategic development roadmap, which involves the construction of satellite manufacturing, assembly, integration and testing (MAIT) facilities. In a recent disclosure to Space in Africa, the General Director of the Ethiopian Space Science and Technology Institute (ESSTI), Dr Solomon Belay, hinted that […]

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    Unity Park: Addis Ababa’s Newest tourist Attraction

    Addis Ababa (AFP) – A palace that once housed Ethiopia’s emperors and also served as a torture site under the communist Derg regime is to open to the public in a controversial government tourism project. The palace compound in Addis Ababa, which Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed’s government has rebranded “Unity Park”, was formally launched Thursday […]

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    Ethiopian to buy up to 20 of the narrow-bodies former Bombardier model A220 jets

    Bloomberg Ethiopian Airlines Group is close to agreeing a deal with Airbus SE for as many as 20 narrow-body A220 planes worth more than $1.6 billion, reviving an earlier plan after a spell using larger Boeing Co. 737s. Africa’s biggest and most consistently profitable carrier is in late-stage talks about the purchase of the 100-seater aircraft, which […]

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    Ethiosat launches as Ethiopia’s first dedicated TV platform

    Digital TV By Jonathan Eas Ethiosat has been launched as a result of agreements between the Association of Ethiopian Broadcasters (AEB), the Ethiopian Broadcasting Corporation (EBC), satellite operator SES.Ethiosat is hosted on SES’s NSS-12 satellite at 57 degrees East and delivers over 30 channels for Ethiopian audiences only, with 12 of those channels already in […]

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    Addis Ababa green development project launched

    CGTN Ethiopia on Tuesday launched a China-backed riverside green development project that aims to create a beautiful and healthy environment in the capital city, Addis Ababa. The Addis Ababa riverside development project in its entirety will include the development of 48 hectares of the central square, 51.3-km riverside which runs along the two biggest rivers […]

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    Ethiopia is seeking proposals for 25 mini grid projects

    PV Magazine Ethiopia’s state-owned utility the Ethiopian Electric Utility (EEU) has issued an invitation for bids to seek developers to deploy solar mini-grids in 25 villages, with the projects financed by the African Development Bank. Each village will receive a solar plant, back-up diesel generator and battery storage as well as operation and maintenance services for the […]

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    Addis Ababa University ranked 13th in list of Best Global Universities in Africa

    IPSS Addis Ababa University (AAU) was ranked 13th in Africa and 729th globally in the fifth annual U.S. News Best Global Universities rankings. The rankings used 13 indicators and weights to measure global research performance. The rankings, which aimed to create a comprehensive snapshot of academics’ opinions about world universities, asked respondents to rate universities […]

Travel

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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 […]

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    A mosaic of 5000 history grows as Ethiopian Cultural Garden nears complition

    By Lynn Ischay, The Plain Dealer CLEVELAND, Ohio — From across the street, Ernesto “Ernie” Spinelli looks like a 20-something kid: black pant legs pulled up unevenly to the knees, ball cap on backward with curls spilling everywhere, well-defined calf muscles ending in fashionable work shoes. The 70-year-old on the scaffolding at Cleveland’s new Ethiopian Cultural Garden would laugh at that notion. […]

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    The other Lava Lake on Mount Michael, Ethiopia

    Earth observatory Even with modern scientific tools, there are still some parts of our planet that stay mostly hidden from human eyes. The crater floor of Mount Michael, an active volcano in the South Sandwich Islands of the South Atlantic Ocean, is one of those places. On most days the crater on Saunders Island is […]

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    Have you ever found yourself standing in a foreign land complaining about the excessive number of tourists?

    Life Hypocritical as this undoubtedly is, it masks an inconvenient paradox of modern travel – many of us would like to see the marvels of the world while avoiding the crowds of others who wish to do the same. This challenge has only become harder over recent decades as falling costs of flying, an expanding […]

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    Ten SURPRISING FACTS ABOUT ETHIOPIA

    By Taz Liffman, Interpid Travel Ethiopia may not be the first place you think of when booking your next holiday, but it should be. The country has been at peace for more than 15 years and its economy is one of the fastest growing in the world. Add to this a staggering diversity of landscapes, kaleidoscope […]

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    Let’s journeys through a land truly like no other — the place where man first walked on the earth

    A colorful nation and home for more than 80 nation nationalities and peoples, believed to be the cradle of human civilization, Ethiopia is one of Africa’s most beguiling destinations. The only country on the continent never to be colonized, it wears its ancient past with pride and has largely shrugged off a turbulent recent history. […]

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    If you want to know what life might look like on the Red Planet, Don’t look further than Ethiopia’s Dallol geothermal area

    Science Alert, By MIKE MCRAE Let’s face it – compared to Mars, our planet is a biological paradise dripping with moisture and relative absence of toxic chemistry. If we want to know what life might look like on the Red Planet, we need to go hunting in extreme environments. Ethiopia’s Dallol geothermal area could qualify. […]

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    Take a break from safaris and check out the city life of these Four African cities

    Bert Archer, CNN As with most of the world, the heart of Africa is found in its cities. And yet tourists in Africa seem to largely prefer seeking out the continent’s wildlife rather than its cultural city centers. Safaris can be delightful, but the problem, as Kenyan writer Binyavanga Wainaina has pointed out, is when tourists imagine […]

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    The ‘sacred forests’ of northern Ethiopia

    They were found through a quirk of the region’s geopolitical history, which left a photographic trail of WWII aerial photos and declassified Cold War-era spy satellite images. By Sarah Hewitt A group of children were listening to a story beneath the shade of an African juniper tree in a small church forest near Debre Tabor […]

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    The highlands of Ethiopia

    Home Destinations Ethiopia Ethiopia’s highlands have been home to civilisations of wealth and power over the past three millennia, and the riches they’ve left behind are still here for you to see. Matt Phillips, who has a long affinity with the country, is here to help you experience the best of it. There are many […]

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    Four Perfect Days in Enchanted Ethiopia

    Splice Today By Ken Silverstein A tourist guide on how to stay high on khat in Addis Ababa and keep it legal. Today as I write is April 30, 2011 in Ethiopia. No, I’m not high on khat (alternatively spelled qat, and pronounced chaht in the country), though I was for four straight days during […]

Africa

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    Africa must take a leading role in the data economy

    Financial Times Technology has broken down barriers and ensured freedoms for millions in a way no other invention has before. At last month’s meeting of the UN General Assembly, 91 world leaders listened to US President Donald Trump rebuke China from inside the room, but hundreds of millions of people viewed the speech on their […]

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    Ethiopia and Sudan agree to establish joint oil pipeline

    Middle East Monitor Sudan and Ethiopia agreed on Friday to establish a joint oil pipeline, to serve the two countries. This came during a meeting held by Sudanese Minister of Energy and Mining Adel Mohamed Ibrahim, with his Ethiopian counterpart, Seleshi Bekele, in the capital Addis Ababa, as part of an official visit by Sudan’s […]

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    African languages are the fastest growing in the United States

    By Chidinma Irene Nwoye Newly released data from the U.S. Census Bureau spotlights African languages among the top ten fastest growing languages spoken at home in the U.S. The list featured three groups of African languages: Swahili and other Central/Eastern/Southern African languages; Yoruba, Twi, Igbo, and other Western African languages; and Amharic/Somali. Analysts credit the development to recent […]

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    What China Is Really Up To In Africa

    By Wade Shepard, Forbes Africa has become the fastest urbanizing region of the world, with rural migrants moving into cities a clip that has even surpassed that of China and India, as the continent becomes one of the final frontiers of the forth industrial revolution. This rapid transition presents big challenges but also offers big rewards for […]

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    The Horn Of Africa

    World Atlas Today, we know the countries of the Horn of Africa as Djibouti, Ethiopia, Eritrea, and Somalia. However, humans have inhabited the Horn of Africa for thousands of years – some evidence dates back as far as 125,000 years ago. People is an overview of the unique features of this region. History Ethiopia Pre-history […]

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    Journey into the wilds of the Congo rain forest to locate a shockingly large peatland

    National Geographics BY DANIEL GROSSMAN These peatlands could be critical to fighting climate change This story was produced in partnership with the Pulitzer Center. It had been three busy days since Greta Dargie had returned to Mbandaka, a city on the western border of the Democratic Republic of the Congo. She moved through the local outdoor market […]

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    The president of Sierra Leone demanded the U.N. Security Council to add permanent representation for Africa

    By TED ANTHONY UNITED NATIONS (AP) — The leader of Sierra Leone demanded Thursday that the U.N. Security Council reconfigure itself to add permanent representation for Africa, saying the continent’s “patience is being tested” by its longstanding exclusion. Julius Maada Bio, president of the West African nation, used blunt words in his annual U.N. General […]

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    Nigerian innovation center and seed-fund CcHub has acquired Nairobi based iHub

    Tech Crunch By Jake Bright Two of Africa’s powerhouse tech incubators will join forces. Nigerian innovation center and seed-fund CcHubhas acquired Nairobi based iHub, CcHub CEO Bosun Tijani confirmed to TechCrunch. The purchase amount is undisclosed, but Tijani said CcHub will finance the deal out of its real-estate project to build a new 10-story innovation center to replace its […]

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    The Government of South Sudan Strongly Denounced Clooney and his out right lie

    For decades shiny objects like Clooney have acted as foreground shills for more powerful people, propagandizing the American public in order to start wars in our name and with our troops harming untold millions of people around the world. We are responsible for what is done in our name, it’s on us to get educated, […]

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    Natural Gas Will Make Africa Greener

    Wall Street Journal by Ernest J. Moniz and Alain Ebobissé It’s more reliable than wind or solar, cleaner than wood or diesel. Africa’s renewable-energy projects are an important part of the global effort against climate change. But if the continent’s standard of living is going to improve, it’ll take more than windmills and solar panels. Africa’s economy […]

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    “President Trump, act now to give democracy a chance in Sudan” Jimmy Carter

    Opinion by Jimmy Carter (CNN) The Sudanese people’s overthrow of their former government opened new opportunities in the country for democracy, peace and economic development. Today, Sudan’s transition is at a fragile moment. To succeed, it needs urgent international support. In August, the leaders of the protest movement and the military signed an agreement establishing a three-year transition […]

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    President Kagame, Dr Tedros Defend Health As Foundation Of African Prosperity

    KY Press Rwanda’s President Paul Kagame and the Director-General of World Health Organisation (WHO) Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, have published a joint opinion that defends Health as the centre stage for African prosperity. President Kagame and Dr Tedros, originally from Ethiopian, published the article in the UK-based Financial Times ahead of the 74th Session of the […]

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    As drought compounds security woes, Somalis flee to Ethiopia

    UNHCR By Katie Nguyen in Dollo Ado, When drought killed most of Barwako Noor Abdi’s cows and goats eight years ago, she had no choice but to abandon her home in Somalia’s parched Gedo region and seek help elsewhere in a country suffering from decades of insecurity. When the next major drought hit in 2016/17, she found she could not […]

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    SOLUTIONS TO THE NILE RIVER CONFLICTS

    Borgen Project By Liesl Hostetter Winding through some of the driest regions in the world, the Nile River is a lifeline for more than 300 million people. This vital source of freshwater irrigates crops and deposits silt for fertilizer. In addition, hydroelectric dams generate renewable energy. The rivers, lakes and reservoirs of the Nile basin […]

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    A Little History Nugget; The Lebensraum Theory

    In 1886, before Germany actively engaged in colonial projects, the highly influential philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche wrote in his book Jenseits von Gut und Böse that “the noble way [is] value- defining, […] it is value-creating”. In other words, those who are noble naturally define the values for the rest that is not noble. Nietzsche coined […]

World

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    Lower Valley of the Omo

    The Omo River (also called Omo-Bottego) in southern Ethiopia is the largest Ethiopian river outside the Nile Basin. Its course is entirely contained within the boundaries of Ethiopia, and it empties into Lake Turkana on the border with Kenya. The river is the principal stream of an endorheic drainage basin, the Turkana Basin. This southwestern corner of Ethiopia is home to seven primary tribes who coexist […]

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    The Amazing Civilization Of Ethiopia

    At the beginning of the historical period of Egypt, most inhabitants of the earth were rude savages. In western Europe and northern Asia, the half-human Neanderthal lived in eaves under overhanging ledges and fed upon the untamed products of the wild. Outside of Africa, we find over the earth the rude stone tools of the […]

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    African languages are the fastest growing in the United States

    By Chidinma Irene Nwoye Newly released data from the U.S. Census Bureau spotlights African languages among the top ten fastest growing languages spoken at home in the U.S. The list featured three groups of African languages: Swahili and other Central/Eastern/Southern African languages; Yoruba, Twi, Igbo, and other Western African languages; and Amharic/Somali. Analysts credit the development to recent […]

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    The Horn Of Africa

    World Atlas Today, we know the countries of the Horn of Africa as Djibouti, Ethiopia, Eritrea, and Somalia. However, humans have inhabited the Horn of Africa for thousands of years – some evidence dates back as far as 125,000 years ago. People is an overview of the unique features of this region. History Ethiopia Pre-history […]

East Africa

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  • Congo-Kinshasa: Time for Major Press Freedom Reforms in DRC October 19, 2019
    [RSF] Reporters Without Borders (RSF) and Journalist in Danger (JED), its partner organization in the Democratic Republic of Congo, gave a joint press conference in Kinshasa today at which they called on the DRC's new government to prioritize two major reforms in order to keep its promise to improve press freedom.
  • Angola: RNT Presents Prevention Project in Luanda October 19, 2019
    [ANGOP] Luanda -An awareness project called 'Kiluezo' in the Kimbundu language which means (Danger to Life) was presented by the National Electricity Transmission Network (RNT), to prevent the vandalism actions of the towers.
  • Angola: Head of State Reopens Joaquim Kapango Airport October 19, 2019
    [ANGOP] Cuito -The head of State, Joao Lourenço reopened this Friday Joaquim Kapango airport after 24 months of rehabilitation, modernization and equipment, in Cuito city, central Bié province.

Ethiopia

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  • Council Approves Framework Which Makes Hawassa City Accountable to Future Sidama Regional State October 19, 2019
    [Addis Standard] The ongoing meeting by the Council of the Southern Nations, Nationalities and People's Regional State (SNNPRS) approved a legal framework document which makes the city of Hawassa, currently the capital city of SNNPRS, accountable to the future Sidama Regional State (RST), DW Amharic reported.
  • Geingob, Venaani Applaud Ethiopian PM for Winning Nobel Peace Prize October 18, 2019
    [New Era] Windhoek -Ethiopian Prime Minster Abiy Ahmed Ali received congratulations from President Hage Geingob on winning the 2019 Nobel Peace Prize, in his contribution to peace with Eritrea and introducing various reforms at home.
  • Nobel Gives Ethiopia's Abiy Momentum to Consolidate Sustainable Peace October 18, 2019
    [ISS] The Nobel Peace Prize awarded to Ethiopia's Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed Ali last week is a boost to reformist African leaders across the continent. It amplifies the voices of progress and reconciliation at a critical juncture for Ethiopia and the Horn of Africa region. The award should inspire political leaders to work towards economic […]

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