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Family identifies man killed during jewelry store robbery

Family identifies man killed during jewelry store robbery MEMPHIS, Tenn. (News 3 Channel)  — Police identify the jewelry store employee murdered while at work just feet from his one-year-old son. Police are looking for the person who stabbed Noah Ashene to death Thursday afternoon at Golden Jewelers on Winchester near Kirby. “I heard a little […]

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Ode to My Mother – by Feyera Sobokssa

FB:  Feyera Sobokssa The Power of Women:”Mala dubartii, humna bishaanii siif haa kennu!” When roughly translated, it is like saying, “May the Almighty Waaqaa/God/Allah/Buddha or whatever Creator you believe in give you the wisdom of a woman and the power of water! ” The three major lessons I have learned from a book – The […]

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Why the Eerie Silence of the Peoples of Ethiopia As State Terrorism Mainly Rampages Oromia?

Why the Eerie Silence of The Peoples of Ethiopia As State Terrorism Mainly Rampages Oromia?      ‘Unite to Defend Your Rights, Or Else, You’ll Cease to Exist’  by Denboba Natie, February 20, 2017 “Injustice Anywhere Is A Threat To Justice Everywhere. We Are Caught In An Inescapable Network Of Mutuality, Tied In A Single Garment Of […]

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TPLF’s war effort to suppress the Oromo voice

TPLF’s war effort to suppress the Oromo voice By Rundassa Asheetee Hundee The Tigre government of Ethiopia denial about the existence of the Oromo Liberation Front,  and it’s direct military involvement in helping the Somali’s to take over the Eastern and Southern parts of Oromia, and it’s empowering of the OPDO to freely echo the […]

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Sunday's blast also wounded more than 10 others and casualties may rise as many of the wounded victims suffered horrific wounds [Reuters]

At least twenty killed in Mogadishu, Somalia, market blast

Powerful blast, thought to be from a car bomb, tore through shops and food stands in Mogadishu’s Madina district. At least 20 people have died after a car bomb exploded in the Somali capital Mogadishu. (Aljazeera) — In the deadliest attack since the election of President Mohamed Abdullahi Mohamed – nicknamed Farmajo – the vehicle […]

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Ministers want to divert aid from Africa to eastern Europe

Ministers want to divert aid from Africa to eastern Europe ‘to get better Brexit deal’ Department for International Development insists proposal is illegal under international rules (Independent) — Some senior ministers reportedly want to divert aid from “wasteful” projects in Africa and Asia to allies in eastern Europe in a bid to get a better […]

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Museveni weighs-in on US-Russia row, warms up to Donald Trump

Museveni weighs-in on US-Russia row, warms up to Trump By Frederic Musisi KAMPALA (Daily Monitor) — President Museveni has sucked himself into the ongoing verbal rattling between liberals and conservatives over new US President Donald Trump’s relationship with Russian President Vladimir Putin, by penning a missive proposing a middle ground in the divisive international politics. […]

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Canada: Former refugee an advocate for education

Canada: Former refugee an advocate for education Dammee, who is originally from Ethiopia, received a World University Service of Canada scholarship to study in Canada at Laurier. Students living in refugee camps can apply to the WUSC Student Refugee Program for a scholarship, with the funding donated by students at Canadian universities. Universities sponsor a […]

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Ethiopia Leans toward Chinese Economic Ties

By Henok Tibebu (All Africa) — Ethiopia and China started economic relations about 100 B.C when the Han dynasty of China and the Axumite empire of Ethiopia had trade exchanges. The two countries had made official relationship when they opened embassies in their respective capitals beginning from 1972. This relationship has reached a greater level […]

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Kenya to host Egyptian President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi

Kenya to host Egyptian President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi

Kenya to host Egyptian President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi (CGTN Africa) — Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta will on Saturday host his Egyptian counterpart in President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi’s first state visit to Kenya by a sitting Egyptian Head of State. El-Sisi will be received by President Kenyatta at State House, Nairobi, where the two leaders will […]

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ONLF High Level Delegation Concludes North America Tour

ONLF High Level Delegation Concludes North America Tour EDMONTON, Canada (Ogaden News Agency) – The Ogaden National Liberation Front (ONLF) high level delegation touring North America concluded its working visit on Tuesday in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. The delegation, consisting of the ONLF’s foreign affairs secretary, Abdirahman Mahdi, and information secretary, Hassan Moalin, toured United States […]

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zimbabwe : ‘Hungry’ Ethiopian illegals faint in court

zimbabwe : ‘Hungry’ Ethiopian illegals faint in court Richard Muponde, Gwanda Correspondent (kichuu) – THERE was pandemonium at Gwanda courts recently when a group of Ethiopians which was intercepted enroute to South Africa, fainted because of hunger, resulting in eight of them being hospitalized. The 56 Ethiopians led by Lonsako Esatu Sumoro was intercepted last […]

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Ethiopia: Peaceful Protests to Armed Uprising in Ethiopia

Ethiopia: Peaceful Protests to Armed Uprising By Graham Peebles (Dissident voice) — What began as a regional protests movement in November 2015, is in danger of becoming a fully-fledged armed uprising in Ethiopia. Angered and exasperated by the governments intransigence and duplicity, small guerrilla groups made up of local armed people have formed in Amhara […]

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Country Risk: Oromia violence involving Ethiopia’s Somali region police

Country Risk: Oromia violence involving Ethiopia’s Somali region police likely to increase local anti-government militancy, attacks on commercial projects IHS Jane’s Country Risk Daily Report EVENT Several members of Ethiopia’s Somali region’s Liyu special police were reportedly killed by armed locals on 14 February in Gursum district, Oromia region, allegedly in response to recent raids […]

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