The toxic ecology of African dictators

By Alemayehu G. Mariam  December 7, 2009 The inconvenient truth about Africa today is that dictatorship presents a far more perilous threat to the survival of Africans than climate change. The devastation…

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Ethiopian ex-president, ex-minister join opposition

Barry Malone ADDIS ABABA (Reuters) – A former Ethiopian president and a former defence minister have joined the same opposition party, strengthening it against a government accused of suppressing critics before national…

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Tena’Adam

Tena’Adam (ጤና አዳም) also known as Rue in english, is a plant herb historically associated with magic mysticism and witchcraft. Since ancient times its been used in a variety of ways. Tena’adam…

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US Legislation on Ethiopia Democracy Moves Forward

November 01, 2009 A U.S. congressional panel has approved legislation aimed at supporting democracy and human rights in Ethiopia, sending the bill to the House Foreign Affairs Committee. VOA’s Dan Robinson has…

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List of Ethiopian Media

Aba Selama Abugida Addis Dimts AddisFortune Addis Voice Awramba Times CapitalEthiopia CyberEthiopia DireTube DW Amharic ECADF EMF Encyclopedia ESAT EthioDispora Radio Ethiograph EthioMedia Ethiopedia Ethiopian Review EthiopiaNews Forum EthiopianTV EthioTube EthiopiaZare ETV…

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‘Several dead’ in Somali clashes

A number of people have died in further fierce fighting in the Somali capital, Mogadishu, between Islamist militants and government forces, officials say. The renewed fighting comes despite a call by the…

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(1963) HAILE SELASSIE, “TOWARDS AFRICAN UNITY”

 CONTRIBUTED BY: BLACKPAST On May 25, 1963 the Organization for African Unity (OAU) was established with a permanent headquarters in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.  Haile Selassie, Emperor of Ethiopia, was selected as the first…

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THE TWO WOMEN THAT ARE SHAKING TYRANTS

Girma Kassa (muziky68@yahoo.com) June 11, 2009 Both are at same ages. Both had noble professions. Both are courageous. Both are not afraid to tell the truth. Both are standing against a regime…

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Ethiopia’s famine: deny and delay

By René Lefort Millions of Ethiopians once again face misery and famine. Addis Ababa’s desire to project an image of a new dynamic country has led to callous denial of the reality…

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Birtu-Can! Yes, We Can!

By Alemayehu G. Mariam Free Birtukan and All Political Prisoners in Ethiopia! On March 2, 2009, Ethiopians and friends of Ethiopia throughout the world will be taking to the streets to protest…

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