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Dec 12th, 2013
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By Zecharias Etyopia It was Thursday, November 7th 2013. Another day dawned, and to the world dawn turned to dusk without much ado. That is of course unless you are Ethiopian. Because for those of us belonging to the historical Horn of African state, war was declared on us. A wealthy oil rich militar...
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Dec 12th, 2013
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by Olusegun Adeniyi In the last one week since the death of the former South African President, Mr Nelson Mandela, many of us must have read, especially in the social media, renditions of “encounters with Mandela”, including by people who were merely members of some crowd that visited the late intern...
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Dec 12th, 2013
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By Elizabeth Arrot, VOA CAIRO — Water ministers from Egypt, Ethiopia and Sudan are meeting in Khartoum to try to resolve differences over Ethiopia’s Renaissance Dam. Egyptian officials remain worried the Nile project threatens the nation’s security. Egyptian, Ethiopian and Sudanese offici...
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In Comoros
Dec 12th, 2013
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Zekre Lebona In the Sinai Slave Market, Eritreans Fetch the Highest Price In comparison to the Western world, the history of slavery in the Arab realm has yet to be acknowledged in its true magnitude. The slaves were valued for their labor, and the women had to do some more. The demand for the harems...
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In Nigeria
Dec 12th, 2013
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A U.S. delegation traveled to Nigeria December 7-11 on a fact-finding mission on the subject of oil theft and related revenue loss, at the request of the Government of Nigeria. The delegation, led by Ambassador Carlos Pascual, Special Envoy for Energy at the Department of State, and the Honorable Sha...