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What Key 19-Year Timeline of U.S. Human Rights Reports on Ethiopia Show

Top: Former U.S. Presidents Bill Clinton, George W. Bush, Barack Obama and current President Donald Trump. Bottom: Ethiopia’s former Prime Minister Meles Zenawi and current PM Hailemariam Desalegn. (Wikimedia) Tadias

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Ethnic Strife in Ethiopia Threatens a Key U.S. Ally

An Oromo family hangs out their laundry at a camp for the displaced outside Adama, Ethi­o­pia, on Oct. 4. Fighting between Ethiopia’s Oromo and Somali regional states has led to

Sport

Consequences of Signing Foreign Players in Ethiopian Football

…….. Recently, many football leagues around the world are developing the habit of spending millions during transfer windows and club managers and scouting specialists are very alert on such issues.

Sport

Adama to get its first brand hotel

The city of Adama, Oromia Regional State, which is a thriving hub for both business and pleasure, is set to get its first international brand hotel. The Louvre Hotel Group,

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Clinton (Washington) Residents Raise $800,000 for Clean Water in Ethiopia

20/10/2017 17:23:00 1 Tim and Harriet Arnold, center, previously traveled to Ethiopia for volunteer work in 2010. They were there to help rid the region of polio. Now, they’ve turned

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‘Torn’ Between Ethiopia and Israel: Second Generation Takes the Stage

At Jaffa Theatre, two Ethiopian-Israeli actresses dramatize inner conflict of children of immigrants, who, unlike their parents, aren’t so quiet By Yair Ashkenazi (Haaretz) | In the spring of 2015,

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Reflection on the Launch of TSEHAI’s Harriet Tubman Press Inaugural Book

Loyola Marymount University and TSEHAI Publishers have officially launched the Harriet Tubman Press, a new source for African-American literature and academic works. By Rachel Mullens (BLARB) | Hundreds gathered in

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Ethiopia Trip Offers Encounters with Rare Animals

Glimpses of endangered and unusual wildlife, such as the Abyssinian red wolf and big-headed mole rat, highlight an adventure through the varied landscape of Bale Mountains National Park. By Tim

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Communication and Connectivity: Ethiopian ‘Immersion Lab’ in Woodbury Prepares to Wrap up Proposals

The Immersion Lab program aimed to help community leaders and Ethiopian residents identify their needs and formulate their own solutions. By Maureen McMullen (Woodbury Bulletin) | Improved communication and unity

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Ethiopia: 2017 Hub of Africa Addis Fashion Week in Pictures

Photo from the 2017 Hub of Africa Addis Fashion Week. (courtesy of HAFW) Tadias Magazine By Tadias Staff October 20th, 2017 New York (TADIAS) – The 2017 Hub of Africa