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By IndepthAfrica
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Aug 2nd, 2013
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Uoldelul Chelati Dirar University of Macerata [The following are excerpts from two sections of the article only. To fully grasp the content of the article please press Trespassing boundaries. The challenges for Eritrean historiography … for the FULL ARTICLE.] 2. Problems in Eritrean history Wri...
By IndepthAfrica
In Ethiopia
Mar 1st, 2013
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Plans to restructure the overstretched and inefficient Ethiopian Electric Power Corporation (EEPCo) have been set in motion after Ethiopian authorities contracted Indian company Power Grid Corporation to take over the management of the State-run company. Power Grid Corporation MD RK Nayak says that t...
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Feb 23rd, 2013
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    To:          H.E.  JOHNNIE CARSON Assistant Secretary, Bureau of African Affairs US. State Department Washington, DC. USA   Date: February 22, 2013   Subject:               Democratically elected government led H.E Ahmed Mohamed Mohomoud ‘Siilaanyo’ is the only one that repres...
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In Djibouti
Jan 8th, 2013
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An Ethiopian journalist lost an appeal on Tuesday against a five-year prison sentence for her role in promoting subversive plots by a rebel group. Reyot Alemu, a columnist at the now-defunct Feteh newspaper, and fellow journalist Woubishet Taye were found guilty a year ago of conspiring to participat...
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Feb 16th, 2012
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By Laura Hammond Last week the United Nations announced that famine conditions in Somalia had eased, thanks to a good harvest and strong response from the humanitarian community. It warned, however, that failure to continue to respond could have dire consequences and urged donors to continue to give ...
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In East Africa
Jan 19th, 2012
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Addis Ababa – Ethiopian security forces on Thursday were searching for gunmen who killed five European tourists and kidnapped at least two others and two guides in an attack it blamed on arch-rival Eritrea. “We are working on how to respond to the attack… there are security operator...
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Jan 18th, 2012
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NEW YORK, January 18, 2012/African Press Organization (APO)/ — The Committee to Protect Journalists is alarmed by the deteriorating press conditions in the semi-autonomous republic of Somaliland after this weekend’s detention of 21 journalists protesting a police raid on a private broadca...