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February 2015

Zimbabwe: 179 Ethiopians Deported

Harare magistrate Mr Tendai Mahwe has ordered 179 Ethiopians, who illegally entered Zimbabwe through Nyamapanda Border Post, to return to their country. The group aged between 15 and 28 pleaded guilty to contravening Section 29 (1) of the Immigration Act prohibiting unlawful entry into the country. Mr Mahwe warned and cautioned the group before handing

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Breaking news: At least 30 hurt and some feared dead as Southern California commuter train hits truck and derails

* Four cars of a Metrolink commuter train overturned after slamming into a truck on tracks in Ventura County northwest of Los Angeles * The crash was reported at 5.44am on Tuesday and left at least 30 injured * Local news station reported one fatality on Tuesday morning (AP) A commuter train has derailed and

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Yara study confirms potash mining potential in Ethiopia

Oslo, 13 February 2015: A feasibility study, carried out on behalf of Yara International confirms significant potential to extract potash in the Danakil depression in northeastern Ethiopia. The independent study identified an annual production of 600,000 metric tons sulfate of potash (SOP) over 23 years from reserves (Kainite, Carnallite and Sylvinite) at Yara’s Danakil concession.

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Ethiopia: Released Report “The Possible Lost of 16.5 Billion Dollars”

Addis Ababa (HAN) February 11, 2015 – Public Diplomacy and Regional Infrastructure investment news. By Lucy Kassa, Addis Fortune. African Union’s (AU) high level panel on illicit financial flows (IFF) from Africa ranked Ethiopia ninth from the top 10 African countries with high illicit financial flows from 1970 to 2008 next to Côte d’Ivoire and

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Hailu Shawel: A Political Force for Democracy and Reform in Ethiopia’s 2005 Elections

Hailu Shawel: A Political Force for Democracy and Reform in Ethiopia’s 2005 Elections

Hailu Shawel, a prominent Ethiopian politician, served as the former president of the Coalition for Unity and Democracy (CUD), a political party that gained significant attention during the 2005 Ethiopian general elections. He was a key figure in the opposition movement during that time, advocating for electoral justice and democratic reforms. The 2005 Ethiopian general

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What can be expected from the ONLF-Ethiopia peace-talk process?

By Ahmed Abdi The Eritrean EPLF and the Ethiopian government agreed to enter into negotiations mediated by former United States president, Jimmy Carter, in mid-1989, after Mengistu succeeded in thwarting a coup attempt. The two sides agreed to hold another round of peace talks in Nairobi , Kenya , on November 20, 1989, after a

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