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Ethiopian government cadres vow to kill Prof. Dr. Birhanu Nega.

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By   22 hours ago

The Ethiopian current government (TPLF juntas) has sent its cadres and spies to the heart of Europe (Germany) to threaten those who fight against its 25 years dictatorial rule. The successful Patriotic Ginbot 7 fund-raising programs which have been held in the month of June 2016 in three different European countries (Norway, Switzerland, and Germany) […]

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TPLF acknowledges Patriotic Ginbot 7 in Germany

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By   2 days ago

Source: www.youtube.com/watch?v=VDxNdfOuLrw The 25 years dictatorial regime, TPLF ( Woyne), has finally acknowledge the growing popularity of Patriotic-Ginbot 7 Movement for Unity and Democracy. The merciless TPLF dictators seem to realise the fact that their days on power are limited. It is such a huge trophy for all Ethiopians, who have been longing for freedom […]

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Black Agenda Report’s Glen Ford Says The US Is Trying To Use Ethiopia And The International Criminal Court To Do To Eritrea What It Did To Libya

By   2 weeks ago

Glen Ford is a distinguished radio-show host and commentator. In 1977, Ford co-launched, produced and hosted America’s Black Forum, the first nationally syndicated Black news interview program on commercial television. In 1987, Ford launched Rap It Up, the first nationally syndicated Hip Hop music show, broadcast on 65 radio stations. Ford co-founded the Black Commentator […]

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Ethiopia to expand tiny car assembly business in industrial drive By Reuters

By   4 weeks ago

Ethiopia has grand ambitions for its tiny auto industry, seeking to transform a handful of assemblers that bolt together imported kits into a network of factories that can make the country Africa’s biggest car manufacturer over the next two decades. It is part of a vision to turn a nation that is among the poorest […]

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Freed From Prison, Ethiopian Bloggers Still Can’t Leave The Country

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By   4 weeks ago

(NPR)— Zelalem Kibret remembers the day: July 8, 2015. He was in a prison library reading a biography of Malcolm X, his own copy, when some guards called his name and handed him a piece of paper. The message: All charges against him were withdrawn. He was being released. “I was asking why,” says Zelalem, […]

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Ethiopia: Kidnapped Briton spends 700th day in illegal detention

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By   1 month ago

(Ekklesia)— A British man who is held under sentence of death in Ethiopia has spent his 700th day in unlawful detention, after he was kidnapped and rendered to the country by Ethiopian forces in 2014. Andargachew ‘Andy’ Tsege, a father of three from London, disappeared in June 2014 while in transit at an airport in […]

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Israel’s cancelled plan on Ethiopian Jews prompts rally

By   3 months ago

Decision to scrap scheme that would reunite families of Ethiopian Israelis amounts to racism, protesters say. Israel’s Ethiopian community includes about 135,000 people [Abir Sultan/EPA] Hundreds of Ethiopian Israelis marched in Jerusalem after the government cancelled plans to allow their relatives to emigrate from the African nation, calling the move discrimination. Police and organisers estimated […]

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Saudi Royal Family Gave $681M to Malaysian PM Who Banned Shia Islam

By   5 months ago

On Wednesday last week the Malaysia’s attorney general confirmed that Saudi Arabia’s royal family gave Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak a $681 million personal gift. The confirmation of the scandal ended months of speculation about the source of the huge personal donation received from ‘a middle eastern donor’ by the Prime Minister. The country’s top anti-graft […]

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Beyonce And Coldplay Accused Of Indian Cultural Appropriation In ‘Hymn For The Weekend’ Music Video – WATCH

By   5 months ago

  © Gossip Cop (YouTube)   Beyonce and Coldplay are being accused on Twitter of appropriating Indian culture in the music video for their new collaboration song, “Hymn For The Weekend.” The video, which was filmed in Mumbai, features the band performing in the streets during a Holi festival while Beyonce in decked out in […]

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Israel detains Palestinian National Football Team one day after Netanyahu up FIFA to facilitate travel of Palestinian athletes

By   1 year ago

Menu Israel/P The Palestinian National Football Team delayed by Israeli Forces at the Allenby/Al Karamah Crossing. (Photo: Palestine Football Association)      The following was sent out by the Palestine Football Association earlier today: Letter to FIFA: Israeli Forces Delay Palestinian National Football Team May 21, 2015 This evening Israeli Forces delayed the Palestinian National Football […]

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FORMER CIA AGENT: “THE ISIS LEADER ABU BAKR AL BAGHDADI WAS TRAINED BY THE ISRAELI MOSSAD”

By   1 year ago

BY ANAS CHIHAB IN INTERNATIONAL Related Post: National Cyber Security Center Manager Suspended After ‘Revealing’ that “ISIS Is A Zionist Plot“ The former NSA and CIA agent Edward Snowden revealed that the leader of the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria Abu Bakr Al Baghdadi was trained in Israel, various Iranien sources reported. Snowden added […]

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ISIS Sharia Chief Among the Murderer of Ethiopian Christian’s in Libya

By   1 year ago

Monday, April 20, 2015 11:02 AM ISIS Sharia Chief Among the Murderer of Ethiopian Christian’s in Libya + Video IncreaseNormalDecrease Yesterday in a 29-minute video released via militant social media accounts and websites ISIS militants in Libya shot and beheaded groups of captive of Ethiopian Christians. According to “al-Marsad” one of executioners identification revealed. He […]

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Boko Haram adopts ISIS’ bloody religious cleansing strategy,Steve Dorsey

By   1 year ago

FOX NEWS Nigerian Christians attend the Palm Sunday mass, at St Theresa’s Catholic Church, in Yola, Nigeria, last month. (AP) The Islamic militant group Boko Haram is adopting ISIS’ bloody strategy of stamping out Christianity with a frightening fervor, putting Nigeria’s 70 million followers of Jesus in danger for their lives, fearful human rights advocates […]

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ISIL claims massacre of Ethiopian Christians in Libya

By   1 year ago

Video released online shows one group of captives being shot and A new video from the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) purportedly shows the group killing captured Ethiopian Christians in Libya. The 29-minute video released online on Sunday shows two groups of dark-skinned captives. It says one group is held by an […]

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Saudi Royal Family Gave $681M to Malaysian PM Who Banned Shia Islam

By   5 months ago

On Wednesday last week the Malaysia’s attorney general confirmed that Saudi Arabia’s royal family gave Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak a $681 million personal gift. The confirmation of the scandal ended months of speculation about the source of the huge personal donation received from ‘a middle eastern donor’ by the Prime Minister. The country’s top anti-graft […]

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Beyonce And Coldplay Accused Of Indian Cultural Appropriation In ‘Hymn For The Weekend’ Music Video – WATCH

By   5 months ago

  © Gossip Cop (YouTube)   Beyonce and Coldplay are being accused on Twitter of appropriating Indian culture in the music video for their new collaboration song, “Hymn For The Weekend.” The video, which was filmed in Mumbai, features the band performing in the streets during a Holi festival while Beyonce in decked out in […]

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’20 victims’ in California shooting

By   7 months ago

Police are attending a shooting at a social services facility in California. The San Bernardino Fire Department tweeted that it was responding to a “20 victim shooting incident” and it was working to clear the scene. It is still a “very active scene” and police are trying to secure the building, said a spokeswoman from […]

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Obama in Addis is reflection of Ethiopians at large.

By   10 months ago

  By Simegnish Mengesha   President Barack Obama’s five-day trip to Africa concluded last week with a strong speech given at the African Union headquarters in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia’s capital. He delivered a tough message to African leaders on democracy and leadership, drawing applause and cheers from the audience in the AU’s Nelson Mandela Hall. […]

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438 DAYS IMPRISONED IN ETHIOPIA: JOURNALIST RECOUNTS FACING ARREST, MOCK EXECUTION & TERROR CHARGES

By   11 months ago

WWW.MALEDATIMES.COM Watch Listen 20m 15s      While President Obama visited Ethiopia on Monday, he made a passing reference to press freedom, calling on the Ethiopian government to “open additional space for journalists, for media, for opposition voices.” The Committee to Protect Journalists has described Ethiopia as one of the leading jailers of journalists on the […]

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Ahead of Obama’s visit, imprisoned Ethiopian journalists freed

By   11 months ago

2Comments MAJOR GARRETT CBS NEWS Jul 27, 2015 7:49 PM EDT ADDIS ABABA — Ethiopian journalistsEdom Kassaye and Zelalem Kibretwere released from prison just before President Obama’s visit here, after charges of inciting terrorism and violence were mysteriously dropped. Kassaye says she was abused in prison. “Slapped, beaten,” he said. The two wrote for a blog […]

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Obama differs from top aides over Ethiopia’s democracy

By   11 months ago

Getty Visiting the country, the president refers to the government as `democratically elected’ while his top aides do not. By EDWARD-ISAAC DOVERE 7/27/15  ADDIS ABABA, Ethiopia – President Barack Obama diverged from top aides and most outside observers here Monday by declaring twice that he thinks Ethiopia’s government was “democratically elected.” Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn’s party […]

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Running Legends Joan Benoit Samuelson and Deena Kastor Return to Chicago with Sights Set on New Challenges

By   12 months ago

2015 Race Will Mark 30 Years Since Samuelson’s Historic American Record and 10 Years Since Kastor’s First Major Marathon WinCHICAGO – The Bank of America Chicago Marathon announced today that legendary American runners Joan Benoit Samuelson and Deena Kastor will compete in the 38th running of the Bank of America Chicago Marathon, on Sunday, October […]

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The SPY CABLES documents come from intelligence agencies around the world,

By   1 year ago

The Spy Cables: A glimpse into the world of espionage ​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​ Secret documents, leaked from numerous intelligence agencies, offer rare insights into the interactions between spies. Al Jazeera Investigative Unit | 23 Feb 2015 08:23 GMT | Africa, Europe, US & Canada,Middle East, Asia Pacific Story highlights The Spy Cables are one of the most wide-ranging leaks of intelligence papers ever, taking […]

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So, where is Joseph Kony?

By   2 years 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   4 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   4 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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Ethiopia to expand tiny car assembly business in industrial drive By Reuters

By   4 weeks ago

Ethiopia has grand ambitions for its tiny auto industry, seeking to transform a handful of assemblers that bolt together imported kits into a network of factories that can make the country Africa’s biggest car manufacturer over the next two decades. It is part of a vision to turn a nation that is among the poorest […]

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Beyonce And Coldplay Accused Of Indian Cultural Appropriation In ‘Hymn For The Weekend’ Music Video – WATCH

By   5 months ago

  © Gossip Cop (YouTube)   Beyonce and Coldplay are being accused on Twitter of appropriating Indian culture in the music video for their new collaboration song, “Hymn For The Weekend.” The video, which was filmed in Mumbai, features the band performing in the streets during a Holi festival while Beyonce in decked out in […]

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Dubai’s A Strange Place But It’s The Middle East’s Startup Hub

By   1 year ago

THE NEXT WEB Mic Wright Dubai looks like what would happen if Donald Trump played Minecraft: ever more ridiculous towers bursting forth from the sand, steel and glass everywhere. At night, it feels like the city from ‘Bladerunner’ blessed with better weather. What Dubai doesn’t feel like at first glance is a startup hub. Though […]

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Russian Culture Ministry Keen to Tax Internet Users

By   1 year ago

By Peter Spinella Vladimir Filonov / MTA final version of the tax legislation is now expected to be ready by late April. Russia’s Culture Ministry is pushing for a tax on Internet usage by October, despite the presidential administration’s earlier criticism of the proposal. The ministry wants Internet users to pay 300 rubles ($5) per year for the privilege, state newspaper Rossiiskaya Gazeta […]

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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   2 years 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   2 years 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   2 years 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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Israel’s cancelled plan on Ethiopian Jews prompts rally

By   3 months ago

Decision to scrap scheme that would reunite families of Ethiopian Israelis amounts to racism, protesters say. Israel’s Ethiopian community includes about 135,000 people [Abir Sultan/EPA] Hundreds of Ethiopian Israelis marched in Jerusalem after the government cancelled plans to allow their relatives to emigrate from the African nation, calling the move discrimination. Police and organisers estimated […]

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Beyonce And Coldplay Accused Of Indian Cultural Appropriation In ‘Hymn For The Weekend’ Music Video – WATCH

By   5 months ago

  © Gossip Cop (YouTube)   Beyonce and Coldplay are being accused on Twitter of appropriating Indian culture in the music video for their new collaboration song, “Hymn For The Weekend.” The video, which was filmed in Mumbai, features the band performing in the streets during a Holi festival while Beyonce in decked out in […]

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My Private Letter to President Obama Posted by almariam

By   11 months ago

July 16, 2015 President Barack Obama The White House 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue NW Washington, DC 20500 Dear President Obama: Greetings! Mr. President. I was ecstatic when I heard you will be travelling to Ethiopia in late July “for bilateral meetings with both the country’s government and the leadership of the African Union.” Such a meeting […]

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Blues legend B.B. King dead at 89

By   1 year ago

CHICAGO TRIBUNE Tribune staff and wire reports Blues legend B.B. King has died in Las Vegas at age 89, his lawyer says. Attorney Brent Bryson tells The Associated Press that King died peacefully in his sleep at 9:40 p.m. PDT Thursday at his home in Las Vegas. The one-time farmhand brought new fans to the […]

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FORMER CIA AGENT: “THE ISIS LEADER ABU BAKR AL BAGHDADI WAS TRAINED BY THE ISRAELI MOSSAD”

By   1 year ago

BY ANAS CHIHAB IN INTERNATIONAL Related Post: National Cyber Security Center Manager Suspended After ‘Revealing’ that “ISIS Is A Zionist Plot“ The former NSA and CIA agent Edward Snowden revealed that the leader of the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria Abu Bakr Al Baghdadi was trained in Israel, various Iranien sources reported. Snowden added […]

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Iran nuclear talks inching closer to ‘finishing line’

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Elise Labott and Jethro Mullen, CNN Story highlights Iranian foreign minister awaits word of progress, says parameters for a final deal are expected to be set World powers are examining the result of marathon overnight talks, Iran says French foreign minister: “It’s always the last meters that are the most difficult” Lausanne, Switzerland (CNN)International talks […]

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The SPY CABLES documents come from intelligence agencies around the world,

By   1 year ago

The Spy Cables: A glimpse into the world of espionage ​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​ Secret documents, leaked from numerous intelligence agencies, offer rare insights into the interactions between spies. Al Jazeera Investigative Unit | 23 Feb 2015 08:23 GMT | Africa, Europe, US & Canada,Middle East, Asia Pacific Story highlights The Spy Cables are one of the most wide-ranging leaks of intelligence papers ever, taking […]

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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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ብዟየሁ ደምሴ ደርባባዬ በሚል አዲስ ነጠላ ዜማ መጣ

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የዙአየሁ ደምሴ አዲስ ነጠላ ዜማ በቅርቡ በጆሮአችሁ ሊንቆረቆር ዘግጅቱን አጠናቆ አነሆ እናንተም ተዘጋጁልኝ አዲሱን ስራዬን ለእናንተው ዘመድ ወዳጅ ጓደኞቼ ጀባ እላችኃለሁ ይለናል ብዙአየሁ። በሙልቀን መለስ ጥንታዊ መለሰ ዘፈን እውቅናን ያገኘው እና ከዚያም በኃላ ከሁለት አመታት በፊት ሳላይሽ/ ቀዳማዊት እመቤት በሚለው ዜማ አጥንት ሰርስሮ በመግባት እንዲሁም በሙዚቃው ብስለት እና ግጥም አወራረድ ወደር ያልተገኘለት ብዙአየሁ በአሁኑ ሰአት […]

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                       ዘ-ፀዓት!….ውጣ!

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    ከክርስቶስ ልደት በፊት በ1500  ዓመተ ዓለም አንድ የነጻነት መሪ ነበር። በዘመናዊ የማኔጅመንት ትምህርት ውስጥ የስራ ክፍፍልን የፈጠረና መሰረት የጣለ ትልቅ ሰው ነው።  ይህ ሰው የተወለደው በጭንቅ ሰዓት ነበር። እስራዔላውያን በግብጽ ምድር በባርነት ቀንበር ስር ባሉበት ሰዓት። ንጉስ ፈርዖን የእስራዔላውያንን የጥበብ ስራዎች፣ የሚሰሯቸውን ጡቦች ቢወድም ነገር ግን በቁጥር እየበዙ ከመጡ መንግስቴን ይነጥቁኛል ብሎ ስለፈራ […]

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አቤ ጆቤና ሥጋቱ ይሄይስ አእምሮ

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     ኢትዮጵያን መቀመቅ ከከተቱ ከሃዲ ልጆቿ መካከል አንዱ የሆነው አበበ ተ/ሃይማኖት የተባለ ፀረ-ዐማራ ወያኔ ሰሞኑን የገባበት ሥጋት ለዬት ይላል፡፡ በዘመነ ዴሞክራሲ መቃብሩን ፈንቅሎ የወጣውና ታይቶና ተሰምቶ በማይታወቅ ልዩ ጭካኔ ሀገር ምድሩን እያመሰ የሚገኘው የዐፄ ዮሐንስ ሥርወ መንግሥት እየተነቃነቀ ያለ መሆኑን በዚህ ሰውዬ ያልተለመደ የቀቢጸ ተስፋ እንቅስቃሴ መረዳት ይቻላል፡፡ በአሁኑ ወቅት ኢትዮጵያን  ከወያኔያዊ የአፓርታይድ አገዛዝ ነፃ […]

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የአጥር መፍረስ የሚያስከትለው ጦስ                                                             ማስተዋል በለጠ (አዲስ አበባ)

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    “ቤት ያለ አጥር፣ ጥርስ ያለ ከንፈር (አያምሩም)” ይላል – ቱባው ኢትዮጵያዊ የሥነ ቃል ትውፊታችን፡፡ ግሩም አባባል ነው፡፡ በተለይ ሁለንተናዊ ዕድገታችን እየጫጫ በሚሄድበት የኛይቷን በመሰሉ ሀገራት ከአንድም ባለፈ ሁለትና ሦስት አጥርም ቢኖር ለደኅንነታችን ዋስትና አስተማማኝ ነው፡፡ ቢያንስ ቢያንስ መንግሥት ከሚባለው ህግ አልባ ወምበዴ ውጪ የሚያጠቁንን ተራ ሌቦች ይከላከልልናል፡፡ አጥርን በፊት ለፊት ትርጉሙ ካየነው ማለቴ […]

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      ሲያልቅ አያምርም፤ በሠፈሩትም መሠፈር አይቀርም                                                       ዳግማዊ ጉዱ ካሣ

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      “አንበሣን ፈርቼ ዛፍ ላይ ብወጣ ነብር ጠበቀኝ” የምንለው አሉን የምንላቸው ሁለትና (ከዚያም በላይ) አማራጮች እንከን ገጥሟቸው ስንጨነቅና ስንጠበብ ነው፡፡ የአሁን የኛ ሁኔታስ? በተለይ እኛ ኢትዮጵያውያን አማራጮቻችንን ሁሉ አንድ ባንድ እያጣን አይደለምን? ምን ቀረን? ኢትዮጵያን ወደንና ፈቅደን ለወያኔ አስረክበናል፡፡ መሸሻዎቻችን አሜሪካና አውሮፓም በኢኮኖሚ ድቀትና በአክራሪ ሙስሊሞች እየተንኮታኮቱ ናቸው – ሊለይላቸው አንድ እሁድ ቢቀራቸው ነው፡፡ ጥጋብን […]

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ከፍትህና ከዲሞክራሲ እየተጣሉ ለፍትሕና ለዲሞክራሲ መቆም አይቻልም!

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ግራ የገባው ግንቦት 7 ያሬድ ኃይለማርያም ሰኔ 2008 ዓ.ም “ለትግላችን ብቸኛውን ሚና የሚጫወተውን የኤርትራ ሕዝብና መንግስትን ለማዳከም የዓለም አቀፉ ማህበረሰብ የሚያደርገውን ሴራ ለመቃወም ይህንን ፒትሽን ፈርሙ” – ነአምን ዘለቀ (አ. ግንቦት 7) “particular individuals, including officials at the highest levels of State, the ruling party – the People’s Front for Democracy and Justice – and […]

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       በጳጳሣት ሹመት ዙሪያ አንዳንድ ነጥቦች ይሄይስ አእምሮ

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  ሰሞኑን ዘሃበሻ ድረገፅ በሰበር ዜናነት እንደዘገበችው በስደት ላይ የሚገኘው የኢትዮጵያ ኦርቶዶክስ ተዋህዶ ቤተ ክርስቲያን ሲኖዶስ ስድስት ኤጲስ ቆጶሣትን በሙሉ የጵጵስና ማዕረግ ሾሞ በስድስት የዓለም ግዛቶች በሃይማኖታዊ የኃላፊነት ቦታ መድቧል፡፡ በዚህ አጋጣሚ ይቺ ቅመም የሆነች ዘሃበሻ የምትባል ድረገፅ ዜናውን ተከታትላ በወቅቱ ስላደረሰችን ከፍተኛ ምሥጋና ይገባታል፡፡ ሌሎቹ ድረገፆችም እንዲሁ፡፡ ሁሉም የዘጠኝ ወር ልጆቻችን ናቸውና ምሥጋናየ ለሁሉም […]

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“ከሟቹ መለስ ዜናዊ እኩል ሊጠየቁ ለሚገባቸው ጥብቅና መቆም አይገባም ” የ መብት ተሟጋቹ ያሬድ ሃ/ማሪያም

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“የኤርትራ ባለሰልጣናት እንደ ወያኔዎች ዘራፊዎች አይደሉም …ኢሳያስን እንመርጣለን ይላሉ ”አርበኛ ነአምን ዘለቀ “ከሟቹ መለስ ዜናዊ እኩል ሊጠየቁ ለሚገባቸው ጥብቅና መቆም አይገባም ” የ መብት ተሟጋቹ ያሬድ ሃ/ማሪያም የአለማቀፉ ማህበረሰብን እንደሚወክል የሚነገርለት የተመድ የሰብ አዊ መብት አጣሪ ቡደን የኤርትራ መንግስት በዜጎቹ ላይ የተለያዩ ኢ-ሰብ አዊ የሆኑ ድርጊቶችን የፈጽማል ፣ከ400 ሺህ በላይ የአገሪው ዜጎች ለተለያዩ የመብት ረገጣዎች […]

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Ethiopia to expand tiny car assembly business in industrial drive By Reuters

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Ethiopia has grand ambitions for its tiny auto industry, seeking to transform a handful of assemblers that bolt together imported kits into a network of factories that can make the country Africa’s biggest car manufacturer over the next two decades. It is part of a vision to turn a nation that is among the poorest […]

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Beyonce And Coldplay Accused Of Indian Cultural Appropriation In ‘Hymn For The Weekend’ Music Video – WATCH

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  © Gossip Cop (YouTube)   Beyonce and Coldplay are being accused on Twitter of appropriating Indian culture in the music video for their new collaboration song, “Hymn For The Weekend.” The video, which was filmed in Mumbai, features the band performing in the streets during a Holi festival while Beyonce in decked out in […]

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Dubai’s A Strange Place But It’s The Middle East’s Startup Hub

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THE NEXT WEB Mic Wright Dubai looks like what would happen if Donald Trump played Minecraft: ever more ridiculous towers bursting forth from the sand, steel and glass everywhere. At night, it feels like the city from ‘Bladerunner’ blessed with better weather. What Dubai doesn’t feel like at first glance is a startup hub. Though […]

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Russian Culture Ministry Keen to Tax Internet Users

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By Peter Spinella Vladimir Filonov / MTA final version of the tax legislation is now expected to be ready by late April. Russia’s Culture Ministry is pushing for a tax on Internet usage by October, despite the presidential administration’s earlier criticism of the proposal. The ministry wants Internet users to pay 300 rubles ($5) per year for the privilege, state newspaper Rossiiskaya Gazeta […]

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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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Ahead of Obama’s visit, imprisoned Ethiopian journalists freed

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2Comments MAJOR GARRETT CBS NEWS Jul 27, 2015 7:49 PM EDT ADDIS ABABA — Ethiopian journalistsEdom Kassaye and Zelalem Kibretwere released from prison just before President Obama’s visit here, after charges of inciting terrorism and violence were mysteriously dropped. Kassaye says she was abused in prison. “Slapped, beaten,” he said. The two wrote for a blog […]

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FORMER CIA AGENT: “THE ISIS LEADER ABU BAKR AL BAGHDADI WAS TRAINED BY THE ISRAELI MOSSAD”

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BY ANAS CHIHAB IN INTERNATIONAL Related Post: National Cyber Security Center Manager Suspended After ‘Revealing’ that “ISIS Is A Zionist Plot“ The former NSA and CIA agent Edward Snowden revealed that the leader of the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria Abu Bakr Al Baghdadi was trained in Israel, various Iranien sources reported. Snowden added […]

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ISIS Sharia Chief Among the Murderer of Ethiopian Christian’s in Libya

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Monday, April 20, 2015 11:02 AM ISIS Sharia Chief Among the Murderer of Ethiopian Christian’s in Libya + Video IncreaseNormalDecrease Yesterday in a 29-minute video released via militant social media accounts and websites ISIS militants in Libya shot and beheaded groups of captive of Ethiopian Christians. According to “al-Marsad” one of executioners identification revealed. He […]

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ISIL claims massacre of Ethiopian Christians in Libya

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Video released online shows one group of captives being shot and A new video from the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) purportedly shows the group killing captured Ethiopian Christians in Libya. The 29-minute video released online on Sunday shows two groups of dark-skinned captives. It says one group is held by an […]

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Would-be ISIS fighters sleeping through Europian’s dragent,presenting security challenge

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FOX NEWS Would-be ISIS fighters slipping through Europe’s dragnet, presenting security challenge FoxNews.com FILE – In this undated file image posted on Monday, June 30, 2014, by the Raqqa Media Center of the Islamic State group, a Syrian opposition group, which has been verified and is consistent with other AP reporting, fighters from the Islamic […]

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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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Israel’s cancelled plan on Ethiopian Jews prompts rally

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Decision to scrap scheme that would reunite families of Ethiopian Israelis amounts to racism, protesters say. Israel’s Ethiopian community includes about 135,000 people [Abir Sultan/EPA] Hundreds of Ethiopian Israelis marched in Jerusalem after the government cancelled plans to allow their relatives to emigrate from the African nation, calling the move discrimination. Police and organisers estimated […]

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Beyonce And Coldplay Accused Of Indian Cultural Appropriation In ‘Hymn For The Weekend’ Music Video – WATCH

By   5 months ago

  © Gossip Cop (YouTube)   Beyonce and Coldplay are being accused on Twitter of appropriating Indian culture in the music video for their new collaboration song, “Hymn For The Weekend.” The video, which was filmed in Mumbai, features the band performing in the streets during a Holi festival while Beyonce in decked out in […]

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Obama in Addis is reflection of Ethiopians at large.

By   10 months ago

  By Simegnish Mengesha   President Barack Obama’s five-day trip to Africa concluded last week with a strong speech given at the African Union headquarters in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia’s capital. He delivered a tough message to African leaders on democracy and leadership, drawing applause and cheers from the audience in the AU’s Nelson Mandela Hall. […]

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football supporters in Seychelles for CAN 2017 qualifiers Fans rally behind the ‘Walias’: 400 Ethiopian

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 Victoria, Seychelles |  By: Salifa Magnan and Sharon Uranie | Excited Walias fans pictured at the airport Friday evening. (Joe Laurence, Seychelles News Agency) Photo license   (Seychelles News Agency) – Seychelles will be facing Ethiopia on home turf this Saturday in its second qualifying match for the 2017 African Cup of Nations (CAN 2017). […]

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Kentucky football: Punter helps Ethiopian orphan find a family

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Randy Sartin | USA TODAY Sports Images Landon Foster went to Ethiopia and made a friend for life. He will get to see that friend again in Lexington. Jennifer Smith  Landon Foster did everything he could to shake the pesky boy following him around as he delivered bags of food to lepers in Ethiopia. “Mom, […]

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Obama says Ethiopia should not jail journalists, restrict opponents

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ADDIS ABABA U.S. President Barack Obama delivers remarks at the African Union in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia July 28, 2015. REUTERS/JONATHAN ERNST U.S. President Barack Obama said on Tuesday that Ethiopia “cannot unleash the full potential of its people” if it jails journalists and restricts legitimate opposition groups. Ethiopia’s government has acknowledged it had more work […]

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Ahead of Obama’s visit, imprisoned Ethiopian journalists freed

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2Comments MAJOR GARRETT CBS NEWS Jul 27, 2015 7:49 PM EDT ADDIS ABABA — Ethiopian journalistsEdom Kassaye and Zelalem Kibretwere released from prison just before President Obama’s visit here, after charges of inciting terrorism and violence were mysteriously dropped. Kassaye says she was abused in prison. “Slapped, beaten,” he said. The two wrote for a blog […]

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Obama differs from top aides over Ethiopia’s democracy

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Getty Visiting the country, the president refers to the government as `democratically elected’ while his top aides do not. By EDWARD-ISAAC DOVERE 7/27/15  ADDIS ABABA, Ethiopia – President Barack Obama diverged from top aides and most outside observers here Monday by declaring twice that he thinks Ethiopia’s government was “democratically elected.” Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn’s party […]

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