Egypt, Playing The Wrong Chords And Producing A Discordant Tone
So, why is Egypt trying to play the devil's game by placating the blame on Ethiopia? The answer is plain and simple. Ethiopia has continued its valiant tradition of standing aloft to dispel the knot of evil machinations to tie its hands, and remain under perpetual poverty as a passive on- looker while Egypt continues to reap the unjust and unfair advantage emanating from its de facto monopoly of the use of the Nile waters Read More
Ambassador Girma Birru, Presents His Credentials to the State Department
Ambassador Girma Birru, Special Envoy, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary, of the Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia to the United States of America presented his credentials at an official ceremony held at the State Department today Thursday January 6, 2011. Read More
The Ancestral Homeland of Humanity: The Nature and Current Strategies of Ecotourism in Ethiopia
Being the cradle of civilization, Ethiopia has archaeological records and sites with sophisticated stone artifacts that represent mankind’s inheritance of a beautiful creation. What is tantalizing is the Ethiopian topography, which is endowed with gorgeous scenes of lofty peaks and enumerable species of wild life and birds. Read More
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Egypt warns Eritrea over flood of migrants
Egyptian authorities said seven Eritrean nationals were detained south of the Israeli border on Tuesday, allegedly attempting to infiltrate Israel near north Gaza's Kerem Shalom crossing.
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Ethiopian Muslims Warn Christians to Convert, Leave City or Face Death
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Israel ties with South Sudan don't threaten Egypt, says diplomat
Egyptian Parliament members this week warned that South Sudan's inclination toward establishing strong ties with Israel will represent a blow to Egyptian national security after the south's secession.
Help Finally Arrives for Ethiopian Horses With a Devastating Disease
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VOA people to people discussion on the referendum in Sudan and more
VOA people to people discussion on the referendum in Sudan and more click the link above to listen to the special voa Tigrigna program
Canadian jailed in Ethiopia says abandoned by Ottawa
A Canadian citizen imprisoned for life in an Ethiopian jail has berated Ottawa for being reluctant to save me from such unjust and inhuman treatment by the African nation.
Nearly 100% of Southern Sudanese voters in Ethiopia choose secession
Touching Down In Ethiopia
Ethiopian Coffee Trends for 2011
Ethiopian Telecommunications Former CEO Convicted, Fortune Says
If Eritrea & South Sudan Could Gain Sovereignty, So Could Somaliland
Africa is now one of the worldï¿½s fastest-growing regions
President Hosni Mubarak will not attend this year's annual African Union in AddisAbaba
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Stratex completes Thani Ashanti deal
Four Ethiopian "Four Freedoms" artworks awarded in Addis
Eritrea Ruler: Tyranny Is There To Stay!
Exporters to Ethiopia face massive losses
Ethiopia cracks down on price caps violators
ACU alumnus donates 17th century Ethiopian religious texts to school library
Teesside chaplain tells of life-changing trip to Ethiopia
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Airline dispute halts Ethiopia-Israel immigration
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Obama issues warning ahead of Sudan vote
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Egypt's fight for the Nile
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Preparations for S. Sudan referendum finalized, observers deployed
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