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July 2022

Al-Shabaab strikes military base on Somalia-Ethiopia border

Al-Shabaab strikes military base on Somalia-Ethiopia border

The New Arab Staff & Agencies 29 July, 2022 Al-Shabaab fighters attacked a military base on the Somalia-Ethiopia border on Friday, triggering fierce fighting that caused an unknown number of casualties, security officials said. It was the latest strike in the area by the Somalia-based jihadists in less than two weeks, raising concerns about the stability of […]

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As Russia and the United States Seek Influence in Africa, Strategic Pitfalls Loom

As Russia and the United States Seek Influence in Africa, Strategic Pitfalls Loom

by Michelle Gavin Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov’s four-country Africa swing attracted a great deal of attention in Western media outlets, which framed his trip as a diplomatic campaign intended to prove that the West’s efforts to isolate Russia have obvious limits. In Egypt, Ethiopia, Uganda, and the Republic of Congo, Lavrov sought to deflect responsibility for

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Monkeypox vs Chickenpox: Know the key differences between symptoms by doctors

Monkeypox vs Chickenpox: Know the key differences between symptoms by doctors

Science/Mint In a couple of instances reported recently, suspected cases of monkeypox turned out to be chickenpox (AFP) As per the doctors, Monkeypox usually starts with fever, malaise, headache, sometimes sore throat and cough, and lymphadenopathy (swollen lymph nodes) Monkeypox, a new kind of viral disease, has undoubtedly created tensions across the world. While the

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The Art of Dominance: proxy wars against Ethiopia – Aklog Birara, PhD – Part II

The Art of Dominance: proxy wars against Ethiopia – Aklog Birara, PhD – Part II

Is Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni a “Trojan Horse” for Egypt? By Aklog Birara. Dr. [ Part 2 of 8] “ I follow the passionate discussion on the #GERD with interest. But the fundamental truth is – a country which does not contribute one drop of water to the Nile (#Egypt) – cannot demand 100% of

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Egypt categorically rejects Ethiopia’s unilateral filling of GERD in letter to UN Security Council

Egypt categorically rejects Ethiopia’s unilateral filling of GERD in letter to UN Security Council

Sami Hegazi Daily News Egyptian Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry submitted a letter to the president of the UN Security Council on Friday, to register Egypt’s categorical rejection of Ethiopia’s continuation of filling the mega Nile dam unilaterally without an agreement with Egypt and Sudan on the dam’s filling and operation. The letter stressed that this

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Stop Masking the Ongoing Amara Genocide, Call It by Its Real Name and Act to Stop It! 

Stop Masking the Ongoing Amara Genocide, Call It by Its Real Name and Act to Stop It! 

Belayneh Abate The eyes and the bodies of the massacred Amaras in the recent genocide have not yet decomposed. The survivors are in an excruciating physical and mental anguish. The future is uncertain for the rest of the Amaras who are considered as alien in their own country. And yet, a lot of demagogues are

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Taming Polarization and Bridging Divides:  The Failure and Redemption of Ethiopian Politics

Taming Polarization and Bridging Divides: The Failure and Redemption of Ethiopian Politics

Yonas Biru, PhD As I have maintained in several of my articles, the Ethiopian political landscape is dominated by two groups of people: Hermitized souls whose mindset is stuck in yester-century and those who have lost their soul to either Marxism or tribalism. The former sees their articles of faith as self-evident truth and the

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Ethiopia: Writing a Golden Constitution, but Failing to Upholdits Core Provisions

Ethiopia: Writing a Golden Constitution, but Failing to Upholdits Core Provisions

By: Merhatsidk Mekonnen Abayneh Dwelling under a Constitutional Roof Regardless of its antique existence as a sovereign political sub-division, Ethiopia can hardly claim to have that long history of constitutional governance, (only 91 years to be exact). During its entire existence which has continued for thousands of years, the country’s crude experimentation of constitutional rule

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