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Boycotting Ethiopian National Elections: Damn if You Do, Damn if You Don’t!

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  Messay Kebede   I maintain that the upcoming elections will be a turning point for Ethiopia, not because they will result in a major change of policy subsequent to a renovation of the ruling elite but because the absence of change will compel opposition groups to reassess their strategies and the country as a […]

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South Sudan’s Machar Nixes Peace Deal Amid Sanctions Threat

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William Davison, January 30 (Bloomberg) — South Sudanese rebel leader Riek Machar rejected a solution “imposed” by East African leaders to try and strike a power-sharing deal with President Salva Kiir, a spokeswoman for Machar said. Regional heads of state including Uganda’s Yoweri Museveni and Kenya’s Uhuru Kenyatta proposed that Machar returns as vice president […]

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Ethiopia’s women vow to turn tide of violence, rape and murder

By   2 days ago

The low social status of Ethiopian women lies at the root of violence against them and the tragic cases of two teenagers have galvanised female activists in their efforts to tackle it William Davison, January 27 Tejnesh Leweg’neh, a 15-year-old from Ethiopia’s mountainous northern Shoa region, was abducted by three men on her way to […]

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“The Political Marketplace”

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Understanding “The Political Marketplace” and the Roots of Persistent Conflict Fletcher Security Review Vol.2 no.1 All Rights Reserved. For Permissions, please email: editor@fletchersecurity.org Understanding and the Roots of Persistent Conflict FSR Interviews Professor Alex de Waal 27 January 2015 FSR (2015), Vol.2 no.1 Understanding “The Political Marketplace” and the Roots of Persistent Conflict 1 Alex […]

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Ethiopian maid killer sentence to die

By   3 weeks ago

A penal court in Taif has sentenced an Ethiopian maid to death for killing her woman sponsor with an ax.The woman has launched an appeal against the verdict, according to a report in an online publication on Wednesday. The incident, which occurred in 2013, saw the maid strike her sponsor eight times on the head as she prayed Dhuhr […]

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Ethiopia: Addis Light Railway to Go Operational Next Month

By   1 month ago

The Addis Ababa’s light rail way project worth $475m would be completed by the end of January, the project manager told reporters. The project manager, Behailu Sintayehu,said that 80% of the track has been laid and the rail way would be completed at the end of January, 2015. The commissioning period is going to take […]

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Institute of Educational Research (IER) at Addis Ababa University, in the verge of collapse

By   1 month ago

In the previous article entitled: ‘’Addis Ababa University:  Department of Foreign Languages and Literature, a Battle Field of Academic Revenge’’, I have got a number of comments from readers for which I am thankful. Now, I am having another experience in the process of publishing an article in the Ethiopian Journal of Education. Institute of […]

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The Ethiopian Elder, Professor Ephraim Isaac

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The Ethiopian Elder, Professor Ephraim Isaac By Tedla D. December 21, 2014 What would you call someone who has degrees in Music, Philosophy and Chemistry, few PhDs – honorary and academic, fluent in at least 17 languages, leads the boards of over a dozen of international organisations, teaches/taught in at least five of the best/top […]

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The Pentagon and Big Oil: Militarism and Capital Accumulation

By   3 months ago

By Prof. James Petras Global Research, October 26, 2014 Url of this article: http://www.globalresearch.ca/the-pentagon-and-big-oil-militarism-and-capital-accumulation/5410029 There is no question that, in the immediate aftermath and for several years following US military conquests, wars, occupations and sanctions, US multi-national corporations lost out on profitable sites for investments. The biggest losses were in the exploitation of natural resources […]

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The Anglo-American Empire’s War of Conquest. The War on the Islamic State (ISIL) is a Lie

By   4 months ago

The Anglo-American Empire’s War of Conquest. The War on the Islamic State (ISIL) is a Lie By Larry Chin Global Research, October 05, 2014 Url of this article: http://www.globalresearch.ca/the-anglo-american-empires-war-of-conquest-the-war-on-the-islamic-state-isil-is-a-lie/5406458 On September 24, 2014, the United Nations passed a resolution paving the way to open-ended “anti-terror” warfare against the Islamic State (IS), the “network of death”, […]

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The Law of Futility: Air Strikes Against the Islamic State

By   4 months ago

By Binoy Kampmark Global Research, October 06, 2014 Url of this article: http://www.globalresearch.ca/the-law-of-futility-air-strikes-against-the-islamic-state/5406609 War is a dirty, unforgiving business. It is not rendered clean by remote deployments and orders executed at a distance from seemingly safe areas. It takes lives, inflicts unspeakable harm, and rarely brings smiles to those who suffer it. But the members […]

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Independent Media Delivers Truth and Accountability

By   4 months ago

Independent Media Delivers Truth and Accountability By Global Research Global Research, October 06, 2014 Url of this article: http://www.globalresearch.ca/independent-media-delivers-truth-and-accountability/29646 Since September 2001, Global Research has been bringing our readers a broad spectrum of voices analyzing global situations, from military threats againstRussia, Iran and Syria, the humanitarian crisis in Palestine, to the economic machinations of the […]

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British PM David Cameron: “Non-Violent Extremists” Including “9/11 Truthers” and “Conspiracy Theorists” are Just as Dangerous as ISIL Terrorists

By   4 months ago

By Peter Drew Global Research, September 29, 2014 Dear Mr Cameron I write this open letter to you in response to your recent speech at the United Nations calling for military intervention in Iraq and Syria over the threat of ISIL. In particular I would like to make mention of your reference to the so […]

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Obama authorizes airstrikes in Iraq

By   6 months ago

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama says he has authorized the U.S. military to launch targeted airstrikes if Islamic militants advance toward American personnel in northern Iraq. He also has announced that the military carried out airdrops of humanitarian aid Thursday to Iraqi religious minorities threatened by the extremists. “Today America is coming to help,” […]

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Israel resumes airstrikes after Hamas balks at cease-fire

By   7 months ago

As of Tuesday, Palestinian health authorities reported that Israeli airstrikes on Gaza had killed 194 people and wounded 1,400 more. By Aileen Graef Children are carried through rubble as Palestinians inspect the damage of houses hit by an Israeli air strike in the southern Gaza Strip town of Rafah on July 14, 2014. More than 170 […]

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Armed group kidnaps Turkish consul in Mosul, pushes into Iraqi oil town

By   8 months ago

ISIL gains ground after overrunning the country’s second largest city this week June 11, 20145:24AM ETUpdated 12:55PM ET Vehicles damaged in fighting between Iraqi security forces and Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) in Mosul on Tuesday. Reuters The Turkish Consulate in the Iraqi city of Mosul was seized on Wednesday and the […]

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5 years old dies afterv father throws her from sunshine skyway approach

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Police: Girl, 5, dies after father throws her from Sunshine Skyway approach ST. PETERSBURG — A 5-year old girl died early Thursday morning, police said, when her father threw her from the southbound approach to the Sunshine Skyway. The incident reportedly began just after midnight when a St. Petersburg Police officer was driving home, headed […]

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“Ms. Arnall, through her counsel, stated that they were rejecting the … payment becaus

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Ex-Wife Rejects Billionaire Oilman’s $975M Personal Check SUSANNA KIM The ex-wife of an oil tycoon rejected a check he wrote for $975 million to settle their divorce. Woman Rejects $975M Check from Billionaire Ex District Court of Oklahoma County/Reuters Continental Resources CEO Harold Hamm is worth more than $8 billion, according to Forbes. His former […]

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paris shooting: Anti Terror raid under way as a police adentified 3 gunmen who attacked satirical weekly leaving 12 dead

By   3 weeks ago

” width=”615″ height=”346″ /> Firefighters carry an injured man on a stretcher in front of the offices of the French satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo in Paris on Jan 7, 2015, after armed gunmen stormed the offices leaving at least 10 people dead. — PHOTO: AFP PARIS (REUTERS, AFP) – A raid by France’s elite anti-terrorist unit […]

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Former New York Gov. Mario cuomo dead at the age of 82

By   4 weeks ago

MICHAEL S. JAMES Former New York Gov. Mario Cuomo, known as a liberal lion and would-be Democratic prospect for president in the 1980s and 1990s, died Thursday at age 82, multiple sources confirmed to ABC News. Former New York Governor Mario Cuomo Dead at 82 Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images The cause was heart failure, which took […]

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Europe Beware! – World War III Could Destroy Europe for the Third Time in a Century

By   1 month ago

By Peter Koenig Washington is determined to go to war with Russia. Its military industrial complex demands it. Its financial system – FED, Wall Street demand it. War is a debt machine. War brings insane amounts of profit. The European vassals go along with it. It is part of the PNAC (Plan for a New […]

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2015: “Year of the Militaristic Neocons”: Looming Global Financial Crisis and Wars?

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By Prof Rodrigue Tremblay “The dangerous patriot: The one who drifts into chauvinism and exhibits blind enthusiasm for military actions. He is a defender of militarism and its ideals of war and glory. Chauvinism is a proud and bellicose form of patriotism, … which identifies numerous enemies who can only be dealt with through military […]

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Institute of Educational Research (IER) at Addis Ababa University, in the verge of collapse

By   1 month ago

In the previous article entitled: ‘’Addis Ababa University:  Department of Foreign Languages and Literature, a Battle Field of Academic Revenge’’, I have got a number of comments from readers for which I am thankful. Now, I am having another experience in the process of publishing an article in the Ethiopian Journal of Education. Institute of […]

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Murder warrant issued for Luqman Osman in Papyrus Lounge shooting

By   3 months ago

City issues 14-day business licence suspension after incidents at lounge By Trisha Estabrooks, Andrea Huncar, Janice Johnston, CBC News Posted: Nov 06, 2014 11:10 AM MT Last Updated: Nov 06, 2014 4:20 PM MT Luqman Osman, 25, is wanted for second-degree murder. A Canada-wide warrant has been issued for his arrest. (Edmonton Police ) RAW: Edmonton police on the […]

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So, where is Joseph Kony?

By   4 months ago

So, where is Joseph Kony? Ndumba J KamwanyahJUST asking, Joseph Kony, a former church altar boy-turned-rebel-leader of the Lord’s Resistance Army (LRA) in Uganda was the subject of a 30-minute video, Kony 2012, produced by Invisible Children Inc’s Jason Russell as an awareness campaign to capture (or kill) him in 2012. It is two years […]

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Post-Meles Possible Scenarios By Messay Kebede

Post-Meles Possible Scenarios By Messay Kebede

By   3 years ago

By Messay Kebede – The trouble with tyranny and personalized power is that institutional mechanisms of power transfer do not work. In most cases, such mechanisms exist and are enshrined in written and exalted constitutions. Nonetheless, to the extent that tyranny and the exercise of arbitrary power irreparably tarnish them, institutions do not command any […]

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Iraq-Iran Ties Grow Stronger As Iraq Rises From The Ashes

Iraq-Iran Ties Grow Stronger As Iraq Rises From The Ashes

By   3 years ago

WASHINGTON — In the run-up to the war in Iraq, neoconservative hawks in and out of the Bush administration promised that the U.S. invasion would quickly transform that country into a strong ally, a model Arab democracy and a major oil producer that would lower world prices, even while paying for its own reconstruction. “A […]

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Planetary Hunt Yields Four New ‘Earth Twins’

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BY STAV ZIV  TECH & SCIENCE This artist’s conception depicts an Earth-like planet orbiting an evolved star that has formed a stunning “planetary nebula.” Earlier in its life, this planet may have been like one of the eight newly discovered worlds orbiting in the habitable zones of their stars. DAVID A. AGUILAR/CFA Filed Under: Tech & Science, exoplanets, NASA, Earth, Extraterrestrial Life […]

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From Steel to Space: Pittsburgh joins global NASA hackathon

By   9 months ago

The sky was not the limit for three teams of entrepreneurs who gathered on April 12-13 in Pittsburgh as part of the International Space Apps Challenge, a worldwide hackathon sponsored by NASA and intended “to address global needs applicable to both life on Earth and life in space.” All three Pittsburgh teams will go on to global judging […]

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Facebook Turns 10: The Mark Zuckerberg Interview By Brad Stone and Sarah Frier

By   1 year ago

Mark Zuckerberg doesn’t usually observe sentimental anniversaries. This year he’s confronted by three of them. On Feb. 4,Facebook (FB), the company he co-founded in a Harvard University dorm, turns 10 years old. The prodigy himself turns 30 in May. It’s also been a decade since his first date with Priscilla Chan, now his wife, whom he […]

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Amid Shrinking Market Share, Apple’s 2014 Challenges Loom Large

By   1 year ago

In my mind, 2014 is shaping up to be Apple’s wildest year in the post-Jobs era. Last year, we saw a lot of incremental innovations from Apple but no thunderous new products. Sure, the new Mac Pro is insanely small, quiet and super sexy — not to mention manufactured in America, which is no small feat these days — but it’s also a niche product for professionals.

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How to Speed Up a Sluggish Android Smartphone

By   1 year ago

One of the disadvantages of retaining a phone after the expiration of a two-year contract — as many of us do — is that those older phones have accumulated a few years’ worth of digital gunk. They’re clogged up like an aging sewer on the wrong side of town. Just like on a PC, bits of app and OS code become discombobulated — orphaned from the parent program.

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CES 2014 Trends: The Weird and the Wonderful

By   1 year ago

Devices ranging from the sublime to the strange are debuting this week at International CES 2014. Products unveiled at the show suggest growing trends toward wearable health-tracking products and increased human-gadget interaction. There’s a bed, for example, that tells owners how they slept the previous night and what they can do to sleep better in the future.

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Intel Leaps Out of the Box

By   1 year ago

CEO Brian Krzanich laid out the road map for Intel’s future in his first Consumer Electronics Show keynote as CEO. Krzanich, who took over the top job last May, focused on wearable technology — including some products designed internally — as well as dual operating system tech and Intel’s McAfee security software. Among the products Krzanich displayed was a Bluetooth headset codenamed "Jarvis."

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New Year’s Resolutions: Be More Secure in 2014

By   1 year ago

If you’re inclined to make resolutions this time of year and you’re concerned about your online and offline security, here are some suggestions that can keep you safer in the days ahead. At the top of the list: You should vow to change the passwords to your important accounts on a frequent basis. Using the same password for many websites is also something you should vow to avoid in 2014.

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“Ms. Arnall, through her counsel, stated that they were rejecting the … payment becaus

By   3 weeks ago

Ex-Wife Rejects Billionaire Oilman’s $975M Personal Check SUSANNA KIM The ex-wife of an oil tycoon rejected a check he wrote for $975 million to settle their divorce. Woman Rejects $975M Check from Billionaire Ex District Court of Oklahoma County/Reuters Continental Resources CEO Harold Hamm is worth more than $8 billion, according to Forbes. His former […]

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Canada: Decoding Harper’s Terror Game. Beneath the Masks and Diversions

By   3 months ago

  Global Research, October 28, 2014 Url of this article: http://www.globalresearch.ca/decoding-harpers-terror-game-beneath-the-masks-and-diversions/5410373   Stephen Harper is the most deeply reviled Prime Minister in Canada’s history. On the world stage, he is the servant of Big Oil boiling oil out of tar-sands to destroy major river systems and pollute the planet with dirty oil, while his attack […]

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From Ukraine to Syria: UN’s Selective Defense of Human Rights

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From Ukraine to Syria: UN’s Selective Defense of Human Rights By Ulson Gunnar Global Research, October 05, 2014 Url of this article: http://www.globalresearch.ca/from-ukraine-to-syria-uns-selective-defense-of-human-rights/5406349 For the past several years, the United Nations has served as a platform for Syria’s enemies to air allegations of human rights abuses and even attempts to use such allegations to justify […]

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The Anglo-American Empire’s War of Conquest. The War on the Islamic State (ISIL) is a Lie

By   4 months ago

The Anglo-American Empire’s War of Conquest. The War on the Islamic State (ISIL) is a Lie By Larry Chin Global Research, October 05, 2014 Url of this article: http://www.globalresearch.ca/the-anglo-american-empires-war-of-conquest-the-war-on-the-islamic-state-isil-is-a-lie/5406458 On September 24, 2014, the United Nations passed a resolution paving the way to open-ended “anti-terror” warfare against the Islamic State (IS), the “network of death”, […]

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The Law of Futility: Air Strikes Against the Islamic State

By   4 months ago

By Binoy Kampmark Global Research, October 06, 2014 Url of this article: http://www.globalresearch.ca/the-law-of-futility-air-strikes-against-the-islamic-state/5406609 War is a dirty, unforgiving business. It is not rendered clean by remote deployments and orders executed at a distance from seemingly safe areas. It takes lives, inflicts unspeakable harm, and rarely brings smiles to those who suffer it. But the members […]

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Independent Media Delivers Truth and Accountability

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Independent Media Delivers Truth and Accountability By Global Research Global Research, October 06, 2014 Url of this article: http://www.globalresearch.ca/independent-media-delivers-truth-and-accountability/29646 Since September 2001, Global Research has been bringing our readers a broad spectrum of voices analyzing global situations, from military threats againstRussia, Iran and Syria, the humanitarian crisis in Palestine, to the economic machinations of the […]

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Ebola Was Created in a “Special Virus Cancer Program” by the U.S. Government

By   4 months ago

Ebola is a viral hemorrhagic fever with purported origins in Africa. But could it be that scientists created the virus plague as a bio-weapon for mass genocide? 1. Ebola Was Created in a “Special Virus Cancer Program” by the U.S. Government The above YouTube video runs a little over 2-hours, but the Ebola origin hypothesis […]

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Russell Wilson powers Seahawks past Redskins

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Associated Press touchdowns in the Seahawks’ 27-17 victory over the Redskins. VIDEO PLAYLIST Wilson On Seahawks’ Win LANDOVER, Md. — How’s this for a frustrating hat trick: Percy Harvin had three touchdowns called back because of penalties. “Well, the first one I was cool with,” he said. “I was like, ‘OK.’ Then when the second […]

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እውነት እንነጋገር!

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  በአገራችን ከሚካሄዱ ማንኛውም የፖለቲካ እንቅስቃሴዎች( ትርምሶች) ገለል ብሎ ከዳር መቃኘት ለሞከረ ብዙ ነገሮችን መታዘብ ይቻለዋል፡፡ ስልጣን ላይ ያለው መንግስት ችግሮች ተባብሰው መቀጠል፤ የተቃዋሚ ድርጅቶች(ሓይሎች) የውስጥ ችግር፤ አንዳንድ ድርጅቶች(ሃይሎች) የመረጡት ቅጡ ያልታወቀ መደዴ የትግል መንገድ፤ የአንዳንዶቹ በተለይም የዲያስፖራው መለያ እየሆነ የማጣው ዓላማው ግልፅ ያልሆነ ጭፍን ግብግብ፤ በቀደምት እንስቃሴያቸው አንቱ የተባሉ አንዳንድ ግለሰቦች ባልተጠበቁበት ቦታ መገኘት፤ […]

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Xenophobic attacks escalate as feeling of hatred sweeps South Africa.

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The Horn Times Newsletter,   (By Getahune Bekele, Soweto- South Africa)   “In Russia, bread riots led to a revolution, here (in South Africa) they lead to xenophobia.” Nomalanga Mikize, on Twitter A nation in cantankerous mood and truculent society baying for blood. The air is thick with terror and despair of foreign nationals living […]

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ከኢትዮጵያ ብሔራዊ ምርጫ ቦርድ የተሰጠ መግለጫ አንድነት ለዴሞክራሲና ለፍትሕ ፓርቲ /አንድነት/ በተመለከተ

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የፓርቲዉ የቦርድ ዕዉቅና ያለዉ መተዳደሪያ ደንብ የ2004 ዓ.ም ስለመሆኑ፣ ቦርዱ የፓርቲዉን እንቅስቃሴ ከዚሁ የቦርዱ ዕዉቅና ካለዉ ደንብ አንጻር ሲመረምር እንደቆየና አሁንም ከዚያዉ አኳያ የመረመረ ስለመሆኑ ግንዛቤ ሊወሰድ ይገባል፡፡ ከፓርቲው ውስጠ ደንብ መግቢያ ስንነሳ፡- መግቢያ አንዱና ዋነኛዉ የህግ አዉጭዉን አካል ሃሳብ የምንረዳበት እንደሆነ ይታወቃል፡፡ ከፓርቲዉ መተዳደሪያ ደንብ መግቢያ መረዳት እንደሚቻለዉ መተዳደሪያ ደንቡ የፓርቲዉ አመራሮችና አባላት የሚመሩበትና […]

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ስለ አዲሱ ረቂቅ ህግ የሰራተኛ ሙሉ ውይይት at ጥር 17 ቀን 2007 ዓም በጀርመን ራዲዮ እንዎያይ የቀረበ!

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ድብደባውን የጀመሩት ከኔ ነው ።ራሴን እስክስት ድረስ በርካታ ሰዎች ሲደበደቡ አይቻለሁ( ጋዜጠኛ ስለሺ ሀጎስ)

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  https://soundcloud.com/hiber-radio-las-vegas-1/hiber-radio-012515-020115 የህብር ሬዲዮ  ጥር 17  ቀን 2007 ፕሮግራም <<..ድብደባውን የጀመሩት ከኔ ነው ።ራሴን እስክስት ድረስ በርካታ ሰዎች ሲደበደቡ አይቻለሁ… ግራ እጄ ተሰብሯል አሁን ህመም የማይሰማኝ ቦታ የለም…>> ጋዜጠኛ ስለሺ ሀጎስ  የሚሊዮኖች ድምፅ ለነፃነት ጋዜጣ አዘጋጅ በአንድነት ሰልፍ ላይ በአገዛዙ ፖሊሶችና ደህንነቶች ከፍተኛ ድብደባ ከደረሰባቸው አንዱ (ሙሉውን ያዳምጡ  ) <<…ስድስት ፖሊሶች ከፍተኛ ድብደባ አድርሰውብኛል በሰልፉ […]

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Ethiopian maid killer sentence to die

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A penal court in Taif has sentenced an Ethiopian maid to death for killing her woman sponsor with an ax.The woman has launched an appeal against the verdict, according to a report in an online publication on Wednesday. The incident, which occurred in 2013, saw the maid strike her sponsor eight times on the head as she prayed Dhuhr […]

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ስንቴ፣ በስንቱ እንታለላለን?

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ከብዙ ዓመታት በፊት ሪፖርተር ጋዜጣ የኢሳይያስ አፈወርቂና የድርጅቱ አቀንቃኝ ነበረ፤ ዛሬ ከሌሎች ብዙዎች ጋር በመቃብር ውስጥ ያለው የመጀመሪያው የሪፖርተር መጽሔት በሙሉ ውዳሴ ኢሳይያስ አፈወርቂ ነበር፤ የሞተው መለስ ዜናዊ እያለ የሪፖርተር መጽሔት ኢሳይያስን በመጀመሪያ እትሙ ሲያወድስ ነበር፤ በቅርቡ ደግሞ ደፋሩ የወያኔ አባት ስብሐት ነጋ ለኤርትራ ያለውን ልዩ ፍቅር በሚያስገርም ሁኔታ ገልጾ ነበር፤ ለኤርትራ ቆመን እንዋጋለን አስከማለት […]

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ከቅዱስ ሲኖዶስ ዕውቅናና መመሪያ ውጪ በቅርቡ “የቅዱስ ሲኖዶስ መተዳደሪያ ሕግ” በሚል ለየአብያተ ክርስቲያናት በሕገ ወጥነት የተበተነውን የተሳሳተ መልእክት ስለማሳወቅ ይመለከታል።

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ቀን፡ 24/04/07 ዓ.ም. Date: 01/02/15    በስደት  ላይ  ያለው  ሕጋዊ  ቅዱስ  ሲኖዶስ  THE LEGITIMATE HOLY SYNOD OF THE        ቁጥር: ጠቤክ/0104/2007 የኢትዮጵያ  ኦርቶዶክስ  ተዋሕዶ  ቤተ  ክርስቲያን  ETHIOPIAN ORTHODOX TEWAHEDO CHURCH     Ref. No: 0104/2015  መንበረ  ፓትርያርክ    ጠቅላይ  ጽ/ቤት    PATRIARCHATE HEAD OFFICE IN EXILE “በእርሱ የሚያምን ሁሉ የዘላለም ሕይወት እንዲኖረው እንጂ እንዳይጠፋ እግዚአብሔር አንድያ ልጁን […]

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Planetary Hunt Yields Four New ‘Earth Twins’

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BY STAV ZIV  TECH & SCIENCE This artist’s conception depicts an Earth-like planet orbiting an evolved star that has formed a stunning “planetary nebula.” Earlier in its life, this planet may have been like one of the eight newly discovered worlds orbiting in the habitable zones of their stars. DAVID A. AGUILAR/CFA Filed Under: Tech & Science, exoplanets, NASA, Earth, Extraterrestrial Life […]

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From Steel to Space: Pittsburgh joins global NASA hackathon

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The sky was not the limit for three teams of entrepreneurs who gathered on April 12-13 in Pittsburgh as part of the International Space Apps Challenge, a worldwide hackathon sponsored by NASA and intended “to address global needs applicable to both life on Earth and life in space.” All three Pittsburgh teams will go on to global judging […]

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Facebook Turns 10: The Mark Zuckerberg Interview By Brad Stone and Sarah Frier

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Mark Zuckerberg doesn’t usually observe sentimental anniversaries. This year he’s confronted by three of them. On Feb. 4,Facebook (FB), the company he co-founded in a Harvard University dorm, turns 10 years old. The prodigy himself turns 30 in May. It’s also been a decade since his first date with Priscilla Chan, now his wife, whom he […]

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Amid Shrinking Market Share, Apple’s 2014 Challenges Loom Large

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In my mind, 2014 is shaping up to be Apple’s wildest year in the post-Jobs era. Last year, we saw a lot of incremental innovations from Apple but no thunderous new products. Sure, the new Mac Pro is insanely small, quiet and super sexy — not to mention manufactured in America, which is no small feat these days — but it’s also a niche product for professionals.

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How to Speed Up a Sluggish Android Smartphone

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One of the disadvantages of retaining a phone after the expiration of a two-year contract — as many of us do — is that those older phones have accumulated a few years’ worth of digital gunk. They’re clogged up like an aging sewer on the wrong side of town. Just like on a PC, bits of app and OS code become discombobulated — orphaned from the parent program.

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CES 2014 Trends: The Weird and the Wonderful

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Devices ranging from the sublime to the strange are debuting this week at International CES 2014. Products unveiled at the show suggest growing trends toward wearable health-tracking products and increased human-gadget interaction. There’s a bed, for example, that tells owners how they slept the previous night and what they can do to sleep better in the future.

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Intel Leaps Out of the Box

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CEO Brian Krzanich laid out the road map for Intel’s future in his first Consumer Electronics Show keynote as CEO. Krzanich, who took over the top job last May, focused on wearable technology — including some products designed internally — as well as dual operating system tech and Intel’s McAfee security software. Among the products Krzanich displayed was a Bluetooth headset codenamed "Jarvis."

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New Year’s Resolutions: Be More Secure in 2014

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If you’re inclined to make resolutions this time of year and you’re concerned about your online and offline security, here are some suggestions that can keep you safer in the days ahead. At the top of the list: You should vow to change the passwords to your important accounts on a frequent basis. Using the same password for many websites is also something you should vow to avoid in 2014.

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5 years old dies afterv father throws her from sunshine skyway approach

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Police: Girl, 5, dies after father throws her from Sunshine Skyway approach ST. PETERSBURG — A 5-year old girl died early Thursday morning, police said, when her father threw her from the southbound approach to the Sunshine Skyway. The incident reportedly began just after midnight when a St. Petersburg Police officer was driving home, headed […]

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Murder warrant issued for Luqman Osman in Papyrus Lounge shooting

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City issues 14-day business licence suspension after incidents at lounge By Trisha Estabrooks, Andrea Huncar, Janice Johnston, CBC News Posted: Nov 06, 2014 11:10 AM MT Last Updated: Nov 06, 2014 4:20 PM MT Luqman Osman, 25, is wanted for second-degree murder. A Canada-wide warrant has been issued for his arrest. (Edmonton Police ) RAW: Edmonton police on the […]

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Parents of double-murder victims vow to see justice done

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Joshua Miner was convicted of murder in the grisly deaths of two men in Joliet in 2013. | File Photo Jon Seidel Having endured a second trial listening to the sordid details of their sons’ deaths, the mothers of Terrance Rankins and Eric Glover left the Will County courthouse Tuesday with weariness in their eyes. […]

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Freelance journalist: ‘Hijacked flight 370 passenger sent photo from hidden iPhone tracing back to secret U.S. military base Diego Garcia’

By   10 months ago

Is passenger Phillip Wood and others still alive after flight 370 was hijacked then taken to a secret U.S. military base located on a remote island in the Indian Ocean? source INTELLIHUB By Shepard Ambellas INDIAN OCEAN (INTELLIHUB) — According to freelance journalist Jim Stone, one of the American passengers, Phillip Wood, a technical storage executive at […]

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የውስጥ አፓርታይድ

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በዮሴፍ ሽፈራው (ከጀርመን) ወያኔ /ኢህአዴግ ለ 21 ዓመታት ሀገራችን ኢትዮጵያን በዘር፣ በቋንቋ ፣በቀለም እንዲሁ በመልካ ምድር ከፋፍሎ ሀገሪቷን ለ40 አና 50 ዓመታት ለመግዛት በነደፋቸው ዕቅዶች መሰረት ንግዱን፤መከላከያውን፣የሀይማኖት ተቋማትን፣ ምርጫ ቦርዱን፣መገናኛ ብዙሀኑን ፣የፍትህ ተቋማትን ፣የደህንነት ሀይሉን ሙሉ በሙሉ በቁጥጥር ስር አውሎታል፡፡ ከዚህ በተጨማሪ በአንድ ሀገር ውሰጥ የአንድ ብሄር ተወላጆች ብቻ የሚማሩበት የትምህርት ተቋም በማቋቋም የአለማችን ብቸኛ […]

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ከእሥር ቤት የተላከ መልእክት

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ዳግማዊ ጉዱ ካሣ – አዲስ አበባ እናንተ እምታዩኝ እኔ እማላያችሁ፣ ከወያኔ እሥር ቤት ነጻ የወጣችሁ፣ በያላችሁበት እንደምን አላችሁ፡፡ ውድ አንባቢያን! የነገር ሱስ ያለበት ሰው አርፎ መቀመጥም ሆነ መተኛት ያስቸግረዋልና፣ ምንም እንኳን በዘመናችን የዓለም ታላቋ እሥር ቤት በሆነችው በኢትዮጵያ እምብርት በአዲስ አበባ ከወገኖቼ ጋር የትግራይ መኳንንንት በራሳችን መሃንዲሶችና በራሳችን ወጪ ከቻይና በሚቸራቸው ያልተቆጠበ እገዛ ጭምር ባስገነቡት […]

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Minneapolis man, 22 year-old Ethiopian, injured in shootout with police

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David Embaye, 22A man suspected in a shots fired call was injured overnight after he fired a handgun at officers who were pursuing him on foot while he fled his vehicle. Officers responding to a report of gunfire in the area of 37th Street and Elliot Avenue at about 11 p.m. saw a vehicle leaving […]

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የሁለት ፅንፈኞች ወግ፡ የጋዛው ሃማስና የእስራኤሉ ሊኩድ ፓርቲ

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በግደይ ገብረኪዳን    ይህ ፅሁፍ ካልታተመ መፅሃፍ ላይ የተወደ ሲሆን በዚህ ርእስ ለማቅረብ የፈለኩት እኔም ከሁለትዮሽ ወጉ ልቋደስ ብዬ ነው፡፡ እድሜ ለቻርለስ ዲከንስ የሁለት ከተሞች ወግ ተብሎ በተተረጎመለት ስራው ሃረጓን ካስተዋወቀን ወዲህ የአማርኛ አንባቢውም ፀሐፊውም በአባባሏ የተማለለ ይመስላል፡፡ ለኔ ይህች ፅሁፍ የሌላ ሰፊ እቅድ መጀመርያዬ ነች፣ እድሜ፣ ጤናና ብሎግስፖት አይንሳን እንጂ እስከዚያው ብሎግ እናረጋለን፡፡ በዚች […]

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Institute of Educational Research (IER) at Addis Ababa University, in the verge of collapse

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In the previous article entitled: ‘’Addis Ababa University:  Department of Foreign Languages and Literature, a Battle Field of Academic Revenge’’, I have got a number of comments from readers for which I am thankful. Now, I am having another experience in the process of publishing an article in the Ethiopian Journal of Education. Institute of […]

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The Ethiopian Elder, Professor Ephraim Isaac

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The Ethiopian Elder, Professor Ephraim Isaac By Tedla D. December 21, 2014 What would you call someone who has degrees in Music, Philosophy and Chemistry, few PhDs – honorary and academic, fluent in at least 17 languages, leads the boards of over a dozen of international organisations, teaches/taught in at least five of the best/top […]

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Mob attacks African students with sticks, chairs in Indian metro (Shocking VIDEO)

By   4 months ago

Videos have emerged of three African students nearly being lynched in the New Delhi metro. Accused of sexual harassment, they were beaten with chairs and sticks as a mob screamed at them. The students, who were attacked in Rajiv Chowk Metro station on Sunday, do not want to be identified and named for fear of […]

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በኢትዮጵያ ሕዝብ መራራ ትግል እብሪተኛው የወያኔ መንግስት መውደቁ አይቀርም!!ገዛኸኝ አበበ ከኖርዌ

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የኢአዲግ ወያኔ መንግስት የስልጣን ወንበር በትሩን በሀይል ከተቆናጠጠበት ጊዜ ጀምሮ የኢትዮጵያ ሕዝብ የአኖኖር ሁኔታ ከእለት ወደ እለት እያሽቆለቆለ እና እየወረደ በመምጣቱ ከምቼውም ጊዜ በበለጠ በአሁኑ ወቅት ሕዝቡ ኑሮን መቋቋም በማይችልበት አደገኛ ሁኔታ ውስጥ እንደሚገኝ በኢትዮጵያ ውስጥ ያለውን የኑሮ ውድነት ተቋቁሞ መኖር ከባድ ፈተና እየሆነባቸው እንደሆነ የችግሩ ሰለባና ተጠቂ የሆኑት ሰዎች በየጊዜው ከሚያሰሙት ሮሮና ጩኸት መረዳት […]

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Global Alliance for the Rights of Ethiopians in Saudi Arabia donates $30.000.00 US dollar

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Home » Global Alliance for the Rights of Ethiopians in Saudi Arabia donates $30.000.00 US dollar » Related photos ( New Album-#2 ) Maleda Times LOGO ( New Album-#2 ) 326f0e6722d312575a00dfbe01ed99ed_XL-120×64.jpg ( New Album-#2 ) mushe-120×58.jpg ( New Album-#2 ) www.maledatimes.jpg

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South Sudan government, rebels set for ceasefire talks

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Fighting erupted in South Sudan 15 December, when President Salva Kiir accused his former deputy Riek Machar of attempting a coup. Sudanese citizens walk to board a Sudanese plane back to Khartoum after it brought food aid, medicine, and clothes in Juba on Tuesday (AFP PHOTO/CHARLES ATIKI) AFP-  South Sudan’s warring parties were Wednesday set […]

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Op-ed: Asylum seeker from Eritrea asks Israel to show some sympathy, let him live in dignity

By   1 year ago

Eritrean refugee Last week, after seeing the State define our friends as numbersrather than names – we could no longer keep quiet. Earlier we still deliberated whether to go out to protest or not, but now it’s already clear: The Israelis must hear our outcry. I understand that it may not have been convenient for some of you […]

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Eritrean opposition groups turn to violence to stay visible

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source Madote.com Several Eritrean community centers, restaurants, embassies and citizens have been attacked by a violent Ethiopian-backed criminal organization calling itself EYSC. Photo: Eritrean Cultural Civic Center, Washington D.C. Written by Semere A. When people mention Eritrean opposition groups, for most Eritreans and neutral observers, the Ethiopian regime quickly comes to mind. Yet, even with […]

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