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By Ahmed Badawi The Yarmouk factory in Khartoum burns after an alleged attack by Israel. Invoking the right to remain silent often speaks louder than words. That’s surely the case with the official Israeli response of “no comment” to the accusation from the Sudanese government that Israeli missiles s...
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By Dr Ismail Ahmed, founder of WorldRemit Dr Ismail Ahmed is founder of WorldRemit, a money transfer company which seeks to introduce graeter competetivity into the market. The remittance market in Africa has for too long been monopolised by companies imposing very high fees that are on average three...
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By Nuur Mohamud Sheekh and Jason Mosley Despite heavy deployment of security personel in Tana River many lives have been lost in clashes. In Kenya, ahead of the 2013 elections, attention is turning to sources of tension that could fuel the kind of poll-related violence seen at the end of 2007 and in ...
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by Bizuayehu Tsegaye Public service giving practice has always been complained in our country, especially in recent time, hearing countless complains against institutions performance is not something we are unfamiliar with. In fact, it pushes me to share you my observation of the relationship between...
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By: Eurasia Review The Presidency of South Africa has referred the matter of reported racism incidents in Boksburg (Gauteng) school and subsequent demand of investigation into prevalence of racism in South Africa schools to Ministry of Basic Education. In an email from Pretoria to Hindu statesman Raj...
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Nov 6th, 2012
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by Alem Mamo and Lemlem Tesfa The man who started his political career in the mountains of Tigary as one of the leaders of a very narrow and destructive ethno-cartel group has died. He came to power through a military victory against Mengistu Hailemariam’s regime. He became Ethiopia’s president (1991...
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Nov 6th, 2012
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Minister of Water Resources and Irrigation, Mohamed Bahaa Eddin arrived in Addis Ababa on Monday to participate in a meeting for Eastern Nile Basin countries which includes Egypt, Sudan and Ethiopia. Bahaa Eldin said in a statement upon his arrival that his visit to Ethiopia aims at creating a mechan...
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Askale Dama I had voted absentee for Obama two weeks ago and that states my position. Nor do I see any debate between Prof. Alemayehu and Ato Elias on this subject. Almost 99% of Ethiopian Americans vote for Obama not because Obama is anti-Woyane but because we are democrats as American voters. I act...
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Department of State Washington, DC Dear Ambassador Lyman: I write to you to express my profound dismay at the character of Obama administration responses to the various political and humanitarian crises that continue to define greater Sudan. I wish in particular to express my distress at the failure ...
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By: Elcano Royal Institute By Joaquín Roy The general consensus on the November 2012 US presidential election campaign is that foreign policy will not play a major role. Both candidates know that what concerns the voters is the economy and related issues on social and religious aspects of life in the...