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By Alhaji Atiku Abubakar Today is a very historic day in the life of our party. It is also a day of mixed feelings. It could also be a day of happiness. It could also be a sad day. Sad because the party we conceived in 1998 to be a rallying point for all Nigerians, [...]
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By Jaye Gaskia Let us begin by establishing what should be a commonsensical fact; that there is a direct and dialectical link and relationship between the quality and level of accessibility of education; the level of economic productivity and growth; the job creation capacity of the economy; the leve...
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By Alemayehu G Mariam On August 28, 1963, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. delivered a speech for the ages from the steps of the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, D.C. A quarter of a million people stood in rapt attention and listened to that speech. It was the crowning moment of the March on Washington for ...
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Smuel Negusse The problem is not that they changed, but remained the sam CAPTION: An EPLF Fighter-actor performing in a propaganda show in Europe in 1980’s.   “Did we choose to be rebel fighters because we like it?” a soldier of the Eritrean Peoples’ Liberation Front (EPLF), asks his fellow sold...
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Transcribed by Ahmed ‘Alatenumo’ Sule suleaos@gmail.com I hope this letter finds you in good health and that your soul is prospering. I wanted to write this letter to you longhand, but I was not sure if you would be able to read my handwriting, hence I have asked Alatenumo to transcribe what I have t...
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By Said Temsamani On August 3O, in his address to Moroccan ambassadors, HM King Mohammed VI stressed the fact that to meet the challenges and seize the opportunities of the 21st century, Morocco needs a foreign policy that uses tools and approaches to match a changing global landscape of engagement. ...
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By Seyoum Tesfaye Atlanta, Georgia Eritrean opposition politics without self-inflicting controversy will be a summer without heat. Summer passes and the mild season follows. The beauty is that the squabble, the infighting and the strident conversation is all about Eritrea: love for Eritrea expressed ...
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Police have arrested high-ranking Ethiopian intelligence official on allegations of corruption. According to the Federal Ethics and Anti-corruption Commission, Woldeselassie Woldemichael, senior official of the nation’s intelligence agency was arrested on graft charges. He was charged with abus...
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by Tedla Asfaw Saturday August 31, 2013 on the eve of the Blue Party called rally in Addis the Blue Party Head Office was attacked by Western financed and supported thugs of the Ethiopian brutal security forces where more than one hundred members and supporters of the Blue Party was taken to local pr...
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JOHANNESBURG, South Africa – Nelson Mandela was discharged from the hospital Sunday but will continue receiving care at home under the close supervision of doctors, and with his family nearby. The former South African president, who is 95, was taken by ambulance from a Pretoria hospital, where he spe...