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January 2013

Doesn’t it Sound hypocritical?

Commentary By T.Goshu I read an article (a commentary) titled “Abebe Gellaw Vs Guesh Abera – Amharic version” by Wosenseged Gebrekidan posted on Awramba Times 26 January 2013. Let me first say that in general I appreciate the writer for expressing his observation, feelings, criticism, and forwarding suggestive ideas about the necessity of staying focused […]

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Huge disappointment as Burkinabe Stallions guillotined the Walias…

The Horn Times Sport 26 January 2013 *Is there division in the Camp? ETHIOPIA 0 – 4 BURKINA FASO (By Getahune Bekele, Nelspruit – South Africa)  Where was that immaculate carpet football which made soccer pundits around the world to admire our national team? Why did Coach Sewnet Bishaw tempered with a winning formula? Why

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Ethiopia: Washington Update

By Mesfin Mekonen We have recently learned that Rep. Chris Smith has been invited by the Ethiopian government and the African Union to visit Ethiopia soon. Smith chairs the House Africa, Global Health, Global Human Rights and International Organization Subcommittee. His trip is good news for Ethiopia, as Smith has been a vigorous supporter of

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Burkina Faso vs. Ethiopia

  Ethiopia and Burkina Faso both secured morale-boosting draws in their Afcon Group C matches, but if they are advance to the quarter-finals of the competition they need to build on those performances. Ethiopia were a goal and a man down against African champions Zambia, but managed to pull the game back to 1-1, while

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We Abhor the Call for Ethnic Cleansing made by the so-called – UTNA Press Release

(UTNA Press Release) We the members of the Union of Tigreans in North America /UTNA/, categorically condemn and castigate the irresponsible and reprehensible statement made by none-other than Dr.Gregory Stanton, who unashamedly called on the proud Ethiopians of Tigray origin to dissociate themselves from the current regime, lest face the consequences at a latter day.

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Endemic corruption ending the EPRDF rule? By Robele Ababya

Robele Ababya 24 January 2013 Emulating the Pakistani uprising against corruption This piece is prompted by the recent development of crisis in Pakistan where “Pakistan’s Supreme Court has ordered the arrest of the country’s prime minister on corruption charges, heightening the already extreme political uncertainty and fears the country’s fragile democracy could be derailed.” Pakistan

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Ethiopia: Reflecting on our past and fighting for our future.

From: Belay Berhanu Wmariam New York, N.Y. 01/01/2013  “Learn from yesterday, live for today, and hope for tomorrow” (Albert Einstein).   Let me start by introducing myself. I immigrated to U.S. in 1988 for political reasons and I have been living in New York City for several years. Repression, imprisonment, and forced exile-this is a

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