Nations and Nationalities Day Colorfully Marked in Washington D.C.
The 8th Nations, Nationalities and Peoples' Day of Ethiopia was colorfully celebrated at the Ethiopian Embassies in Washington, D.C. and London (Video from London)
The outrageous decision passed recently by the UNSC
The decision passed recently by the UNSC in connection with the case presented by the AU to defer the case being investigated by ICC on the Kenyan Presidents Ehuru Kenyata and his Vice was outrageous.
Ana Gomez: A Vindictive and marginalized Politician
Ana Gomez, a featherweight Portuguese EU Member of Parliament, is still as twisted, vengeful and vindictive as ever. She returned to Ethiopia after 9 years of absence and the transformation of the country since then must have been a massive shock to her system. By Berhane Kahsay
The Clash of Civilizations Conundrum and Controversy in The Ethiopian Context
The myth of Saudi Arabia being anti-West begs a critical analysis that in turn, should be supported by some tangible evidences. For all practical purposes, the Wahabi political establishment in Saudi Arabia is pro-West and also a darling of the West. There are no indications that make Saudi Arabia anti-West, let alone foster clash with the West. By Ghelawdewos Araia, PhD
Tribute to Nelson Madiba Mandela
The great Nelson Mandela has departed; he left us for good but his soul, his ideas, and his openly declared determination for the liberation of his fellow Africans lives on. Nelson Madiba Rolihlahla Mandela would be the embodiment of African fighting spirit who had embarked at the outset on a fascinating foray for the liberation of his people. By Ghelawdewos Araia, PhD
Bradford Confers Honorary Doctorate on Ethiopia’s Deputy PM
Bradford University in the UK has conferred an Honorary Doctorate Degree of Education on H.E. Demeke Mekonnen, Deputy Prime Minister of the Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia. The Deputy PM earned his post-graduate degree in Peace Studies from Bradford where he read inter alia philosophy, history.
Nelson Mandela passes way at the age of 95
Nelson Mandela, who guided South Africa from the shackles of apartheid to multi-racial democracy and became an international icon of peace and reconciliation, died Thursday at age 95.
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