Ethiopia

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  • Ethiopia Protest

#1 – Ethiopians Have Had Enough!

The Oromo and Amhara together make up the majority of Ethiopia's population and claim they suffer discrimination in favour of ethnic Tigrayans, who they say occupy the key jobs in the government and security forces. [...]

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Ethiopia: Gateway to a Piece of Africa’s History

As I sit in the passenger seat on the way to the airport, I think to myself how it is exactly ten years to the date exact of my first trip to the continent of [...]

  • Ethiopia Gondar

#6 – Ten Killed In Ethiopia Protests

The violence is believed to have started after the attempted arrests by government troops of leaders of the Amhara ethnic group. They have been protesting against what they see as the erosion of their ethnic [...]

  • Ethiopia Rebels

#10 – Life After Being A Rebel

Former rebel fighters with the Ogaden National Liberation Front, which has been battling against the government for an independent state for ethnic Somalis in Eastern Ethiopia for decades, are learning new skills to make fresh [...]

  • A beautiful view of Addis Ababa, Ethiopia in Africa

My Story, My Africa: Things ‘Most’ Residents of ADDIS ‘Complains’ About!!

The capital city of Africa, Addis Ababa, besides its beauty has its own social, economical and political hardships when eyed from the perspective of its native residents. Top ten are opted. Genuine opinion of Addis's [...]

  • Addis Smoking

#10 – You Are Not Allowed To Smoke In Public

Ethiopia’s capital Addis Ababa has implemented a smoking ban at public gatherings and venues, despite the country having one of the lowest tobacco usage rates in the world. Read More >> Source: Newsweek

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AVCA Conference

The AVCA Annual Conference is the association’s flagship event, which provides the private equity and venture capital industry in Africa with an important platform to discuss the most pertinent opportunities and issues of the year. From small beginnings [...]

  • Ethiopian Mourning

#1 – It’s A Sad Time In Ethiopia

The country has declared two days of national mourning for 208 people killed in cross-border cattle raids during which the government says more than 100 children were also kidnapped. Read More >> Source: Al Jazeera

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#3 – Ethiopia’s Million Dollar Bamboo Forest

Bamboo is the fastest-growing plant in the world, capable of growing almost one meter a day, so that stocks can be rapidly regenerated. Read More >> Source: CNN

  • Ethiopia Film

#9 – New Ethiopian Film Addresses “Red Terror” Campaign Of Mengistu Reign

A new film, Ye Negen Alewdlem (I Will Not be Born Tomorrow) has been causing a stir for probing what was probably Ethiopia’s most bloody period, the “Red Terror”, from the mid- to the late-1970s. [...]