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by Teshome Debalke When Ethiopians is reduced to the imaginations half-baked intellectuals in the service of ethnic tyranny we shouldn’t pretend to be blind not to see the crises. That is not all; when the rest of our contemporary intellectuals that supposedly should guide us in the right direction a...
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Oct 21st, 2012
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PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe’s push for elections to be held in Zimbabwe soon — with March next year as a possible election date — must worry not only the country’s largest opposition party, the Movement for Democratic Change (MDC), but South Africa as well. The MDC’s concerns about early elections are st...
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Oct 21st, 2012
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By Reuben Abati As Nigerians continue to celebrate the success of the just-concluded governorship election in Ondo State, it is important to note that although the president would naturally have wanted his party, the PDP, to win the governorship election in the State, the fact that he has never abuse...
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Oct 21st, 2012
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By Alemayehu G. Mariam October is international Breast Cancer Awareness month. Throughout the month, public and private organizations in many countries promote programs and activities aimed at breast cancer risk reduction, early detection, treatment and research. It is well-established that breast ca...
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by T.Goshu I had a chance to attend one of the town hall meetings held in the United States of America during the working visit paid by the four higher officials of Medrek . As one of the genuinely concerned Ethiopians in the diaspora ,I tried to closely follow not only the one held in […]...
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Oct 21st, 2012
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Religious relativism is a destroyer of conviction. By Andrew C. McCarthy This column is adapted from Andrew C. McCarthy’s foreword for Andrew Bostom’s Sharia Versus Freedom: The Legacy of Islamic Totalitarianism, published this week by Prometheus Books. ‘Multi-religious prayer almost inevitably leads...
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Oct 21st, 2012
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Since its inception, the Ethiopian Air Lines has been the pride of all Ethiopians. The Ethiopian Airlines is one of the best Air Lines in the world. Its employees do not just consider their job as a place where they only get paychecks. They take enormous pride and consider the airlines as their own. ...
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Independence in 1962 found me in P4 at Kizinga Primary School in present day Ntungamo district in western Uganda. Kizinga hill in general was undergoing rapid development with school and church buildings being built and/or modernised. The headmaster, Erick Rwakasore (RIP), put up a semi-permanent blo...
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Oct 21st, 2012
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Six people have been killed in a gunbattle in troubled of Guinea-Bissau in what officials are calling a failed coup attempt. Officials in the West African country say government troops repelled an attack before dawn Sunday on the airforce base near the capital, Bissau. Casualties among the government...