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September 2021

From Afghanistan to Ethiopia: Why the American people must challenge Biden’s harmful policy towards Ethiopia

Aklog Birara (Dr) September 3, 2021 Mr. Doug Bandow, a Senior Fellow at the Cato Institute, former Special Assistant to President Ronald Reagan, and the author of several books, including Foreign Follies: America’s New Global Empire commentary posted a powerful commentary on August 31st in which he summed up my own assessments of the Biden Africa Team’s

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The Ethiopian Elvis Presley Alemayehu Eshete passed away

The Ethiopian Elvis Presley Alemayehu Eshete passed away

By Lucy Ilado Eshete, who is known as the ‘Ethiopian Elvis Presley’, died of a heart attack after battling heart disease for some time. He was actively involved in the Ethio-jazz music scene since the 1960s. His death was confirmed by local media on 3 September. Across social media, condolences have been pouring in from the musician’s

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Will war or mediation save us from the edge of an abyss?

Will war or mediation save us from the edge of an abyss?

By-Sirak Zena September 2, 2021 INTRODUCTION: Civil wars subject large numbers of people to physical, sexual, and psychological abuse. The destruction of livelihoods and infrastructure, economic difficulties, public health issues, and long-term societal devastation are immense. The loss of development aid is unavoidable; the transfer of assets into illegal hands will be rampant. Effects such

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Ethiopian Rebels Looted American Aid Stores, U.S. Official Says

by Declan Walsh / New York Tmes Sept. 1, 2021 NAIROBI, Kenya — Fighters from Ethiopia’s northern Tigray region have looted food stores holding U.S. government aid as Ethiopia’s civil war spreads into new areas and hunger rises across the country, America’s top aid official there has charged. Tigrayan fighters leading a military assault on

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