If you canít beat them, indulge in a publicity stunt - Ginbot-7's new policy
The news that the Embassy of the Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia in Washington DC was occupied for a short period yesterday by a bunch of has-beens and never-will-bes came close on the heels of a successful talk a high-powered delegation led by Prime Minister Haile Mariam Desalgn held with President Barrack Obama. By Dilwenberu Nega How long will the Ethiopian government tolerate this type of actions? We have seen time and again Ginbot-7 humiliating government officials. From Aboy Sibhat Nega to Minister Redwan Hussein has been physically threatened. Now the Embassy gets invaded, what is next?
My take on Scottish referendum
The Scots went to the polls last Thursday and convincingly voted to maintain the 300 year old union within the United Kingdom. Economic uncertainty, three centuries long linkage and fear of the unknown in the event of Scotland becoming an independent state were the core factors that determined the outcome of the referendum. By Berhane Kahsay
Snit Radio weekly program - Highlight, Isaias Afeworki of Eritrea says Ethiopia was created after Second World War.
If we donít control type 2 diabetes it will devastate Africa worst than HIV
Dr. Mulugeta Gebregziabher is Associate Professor at the Department of Public Health, Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC). He has been involved in collaborative research and in creating partnerships with Ethiopian universities over the past few years. By Mulugeta Gebregziabher PhD, PhD
Remarks by President Obama and Prime Minister Desalegn of Ethiopia Before Bilateral Meeting in New York (Video and Text)
We have seen enormous progress in a country that once had great difficulty feeding itself. Itís now not only leading the pack in terms of agricultural production in the region, but will soon be an exporter potentially not just of agriculture, but also power because of the development thatís been taking place there. Not recommended for Ethiopian DC freedom fighters, you might experience migraine headache and delusions.
There is no need for Ethiopia to sign any binding agreement with Egypt at this time
According to a report published on the Egyptian Ministry of Information website, the new consultation firm is suppose to do a complete in-depth study on the effects of the GERD on water flow, environmental, social and economic impacts on Egypt and the Sudan. The new study which will be completed in six months is supposed to be binding for all of them. Really! No more binding documents until Ethipian experts fully study the so called study and approve it.
The ISIS Factor: What Islamic Jihad Means for Ethiopia and the Rest of Africa
The ISIS factor should not be underestimated either. Nevertheless, ISIS is not as formidable as some media outlets portray it. As indicated at the beginning of this essay, ISIS is the newest version of the global Jihad organizations and movements By Ghelawdewos Araia, PhD
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