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March 2013

Ethiopia makes help difficult for world donors advocating civil society, rights

A well-known German foundation decamps from Ethiopia. Other long-time donors find new official agency and law restrictive and confusing. By William Davison, Correspondent / February 28, 2013 www.csmonitor.com Of the many outreach programs run here by Germany’s Heinrich Böll Foundation, one caused special alarm for an official new Ethiopian agency that is starting to block […]

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The EOTC Decided

By Teklu Abate The 28th of February 2013 seems to mark the end of the end of reconciliation efforts that were underway between the two Ethiopian Orthodox Tewahido Church (EOTC) synods. Abune Matias, Archibishop of EOTC Jerusalem, was announced as the sixth patriarch of the EOTC.  The news caught the attention of media, believers and

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Ethiopian rebels claim victory over three-day battle with government soldiers

GONDER, Northern Ethiopia – Ethiopian rebels on Wednesday capped with victory a three-day battle with government forces after they killed at least 25 soldiers, wounded 11 and captured three in the remote Chirquana, a locality between Aykel and Armachehu in northern Ethiopia, a rebel spokesperson has told Ethiomedia by phone. The Ethiopian Unity and Freedom

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