Gondar

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Apr 30th, 2014
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Reply to Zelalaem Eshete’s (PhD): The Contradiction in Unitary (Ethiopiawinet) By Andualem Tefera, “Eskemeche” editor In the current Ethiopian political reality, by definition, independent voice means that is neither supporting the voice of the ruling ethnic dictator government in power n...
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Feb 28th, 2014
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The East African country may not be on everyone’s must-visit travel list, but it has a lot to offer By Cheong Kamei, TodayOnline The first time I learnt about Ethiopia was when I watched the video to We Are The World, as images of starving African children with distended bellies flashed across the te...
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Jul 20th, 2013
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IPS Gondar — Since the violence that ensued after the ruling party won Ethiopia’s 2005 elections, this East African nation has seen little in the way of political dissent. That is, until the last few months. Since June, the country has witnessed protests in three of its major cities. Despite th...
By IndepthAfrica
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Jul 18th, 2013
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GONDAR, Ethiopia,  – Since the violent quashing of political protests after the ruling party won Ethiopia’s 2005 elections, this East African nation has seen little in the way of political dissent. That is, until the last few months. Since June, the country has witnessed mass protests in three ...
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Jul 17th, 2013
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By Kidane Brehane, IndepthAfrica Ethiopian police kept 40 resistance supporters disseminating flyers calling for the cancelation of anti-terrorism law they say has been utilized to smother dispute, the Unity for Democracy and Justice party said. The captures in four regions of the capital, Addis Abab...
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Jul 14th, 2013
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By Kidane Brehane, IndepthAfrica Ethiopian activists on Sunday July 14 requested the release of writers and political detainees imprisoned under anti-terror legislation in demonstrations in two major towns. In extraordinary open overflows of annoyance, individuals walked calmly in the towns of Gondar...
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Mar 25th, 2013
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For South African photojournalist Ilan Ossendryver, photographing the Ethiopian Jewish community, also known as Beta Israel, started out professional but ended up personal. His decades-long body of work is now represented in the exhibit “Beta Israel: Ethiopian Jews and the Promised Land,”...
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Feb 6th, 2013
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The land of Ethiopia, rich in natural, cultural and religious treasures and centered on the crossroads between North Africa, the Middle East and Sub-Saharan Africa is consistently hailed as a must-see destination. Its 2,500 years of documented history (and 1500 years of Christian observance) has been...
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Jan 21st, 2013
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(Ezega.com) – For most of us, who grow up in urban parts of Ethiopia, we seem to hold contradictory image about ourselves and our nation. On the one hand there is a pride of history, independence and culture. On the other hand, we are consistently told that our country is extremely poor, hopele...
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Jan 4th, 2013
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DEBRE TABOR, GONDER – At least 20 people were killed and 21 seriously injured when they were trying to put out a fire that had engulfed a fuel tanker near the small town of Kimir Dingai on Wednesday. Fully loaded and on its way from Woldia to Kimir Dingai, the tanker with a trailer was […]...