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A New Book on the 1998-2000 Ethiopia-Eritrea War

A new Amharic book by Dr. Dejazmatch Zewde Gabre-Selassie on the history of the Ethiopia-Eritrea War (1998-2000) has been published posthumously. Published seven years...

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Iran unveils missile to ‘counter regional neighbours’

  Iran's President Hassan Rouhani has unveiled the country's latest domestically produced surface-to-surface missile, saying such weapons are necessary for defence in the Middle East.The...

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Eritrean teenager Ghebreslassie makes history in Beijing

Sixteen years after Haile Gebrselassie made history by becoming the first runner to win four world titles in the 10,000m, his near-namesake Ghirmay Ghebreslassie...

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The Tragic Death of Africans at the Mediterranean Sea!

The names of the 17,306 Ethiopians, Eritreans and other Africans who have died while trying to cross the Mediterranean Sea laid out at the...

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Americans are not enemies of Russia – Foreign Ministry spokesperson Zakharova

Despite attempts by the Washington administration to impose anti-Russian views on ordinary people in the US, the American nation is not the enemy of...

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Should Personal Matters be brought to The Court of Public Opinion?

I am bringing this matter to the attention of readers because I want people to give freely their opinion whether this issue is of...

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Another Bush Gets It Wrong on Iraq

Since leaving office, I have come to a détente with many of my Republican friends, agreeing not to keep rehashing mistakes of the past...

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Lobbying Fight over Iran Nuclear Deal Centers on Democrats

WASHINGTON — From his rented vacation home in Martha’s Vineyard with sweeping views of the Atlantic Ocean, President Obama has been making phone calls...

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The U.S. Embassy salutes Eritrean-American Haben Girma for her courage and...

We were happy to learn that she was welcomed at the White House to commemorate the 25th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act...

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Why the World Bank Should Embrace Human Rights

In Ethiopia, the World Bank helps fund a program that provides food and cash to people who work on public infrastructure projects. It's a...

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