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Government using taxpayer’s money to train Ethiopia’s security forces while British man is held there on death row

The Government is using taxpayers’ money to train security forces in Ethiopia who are currently holding a British father of three on death row, The Independent has learnt. Andargachew ...
Ali Abdullah Saleh

Yemen’s Saleh seeks refuge in Ethiopia

Former Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh has decided to flee to Ethiopia to escape a likely attack by armed Houthi militias, after the group directed many threats at him and besieged ...

A panel discussion: Is the prospect of Ethiopian and Eritrean reunification unfinished business?

Aklilu Wendaferew and Journalist Aberha Belai reflect upon their own views regarding reunification. On one side of the debate Ethiopian and Eritrean reunification is dead, cremated ...

The Ethiopian Diaspora and consciousness (Yilma Bekele)

By Yilma Bekele The Bay Area that currently is home away from home for thousands of Ethiopians is nothing like any other place that I have known. I was born in a small village on the ...
The Man Who Stole the Nile

UN experts urge Ethiopia to stop using anti-terrorism legislation to curb human rights

GENEVA (18 September 2014) – A group of United Nations human rights experts* today urged the Government of Ethiopia to stop misusing anti-terrorism legislation to curb freedoms of ...

The Nile Project: Producing Harmony In A Divided Region

By Julie Caine, NPR September 15, 2014 In a quiet park in Kampala, Uganda, 14 musicians from seven East African countries sit together under a tree. They’re working on an idea ...

DIFRET: The Abduction of a Film in Ethiopia

By Alemayehu G Mariam September 8, 2014 What is the difference between the abduction of a young girl in a village and the “abduction” of a film by a young filmmaker in a capital ...

Mulatu Astatke: the man who created ‘Ethio jazz’

By Richard Williams, Guardian September 8, 2014 ‘Everybody knows that Ethiopian jazz is the only kind worth listening to these days,” a bored Roman socialite remarks during ...
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