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Gender Power Relationship In The Discourse Of Jaarsummaa, A Traditional Dispute Mediation Among Arsi Oromo Of Ethiopia

Gender Power Relationship In The Discourse Of Jaarsummaa, A Traditional Dispute Mediation Among Arsi Oromo Of Ethiopia Alemu Disassa Mulleta (PhD), Adama Science and Technology University ABSTRACT: This article reports the result of a critical analysis of gender power relationship in the discourse of Jaarsummaa, a traditional method of conflict resolution among Arsi Oromo of […]

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Ethiopia’s State of Emergency Seen as Tool to Silence Dissent

Ethiopia’s State of Emergency Seen as Tool to Silence Dissent By Salem Solomon (VOA News) — It’s been five months since Ethiopia declared a state of emergency in response to widespread protests and unrest, and there are no signs indicating when it might end. Since October, thousands have been arrested and sent to military-style camps […]

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United States Deports Dozens of Somalis – VOA News

United States Deports Dozens of Somalis WASHINGTON (VOA News)— For the second time this year, the United States has deported a group of Somalis to their home country. A plane carrying 68 Somalis landed Friday at Mogadishu’s Aden Adde International Airport. The deportees were accompanied by agents of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), who handed […]

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