Global firms jostle for space in Ethiopia's upcoming industrial park
Ben's Point of View: May 19th, 2016 - Part2
Tsenat Interview with W/ro Fanaye from Wafa Interview
On May 28/2016 at 3:00 PM there will be a Araya Zerihun book launching event at the Ethiopian Consulate General Office in Los Angeles
Venue: 3250 Wilshire Boulevard # 1101
Los Angeles, California, 90010.
Adwa "Pan African University" The discussion was held at Ghion Hotel in Addis Ababa - May 13,v2016 Reportage
Eritrea dismisses criticism to celebrate 25 years of 'freedom' Eritrea celebrated 25 years of independence on Tuesday with street parties, giant fireworks displays and music, shrugging off international criticism that the government has stifled basic freedoms.
For a quarter of a century Eritreans are living in a constitution-less country!Do Eritreans know every country in the world has a constitution and still is able to defend its territory! How can Eritreans be fooled so long that defending Eritrea requires an Eritrea that is pariah and with out a constitution? What "Mekete"?
Multiculturalism Proved to be the Right Fix to Ethiopia after a Disastrous Century Mesle A. 05-24-16 - Ethiopia is celebrating the 25th anniversary of its new beginning, the establishment of the multicultural federal republic. A quarter of a century ago, Ethiopia abandoned the excessive centralization ...
Japan Tobacco Makes $510 Million Top Bid for Ethiopia Monopoly Japan Tobacco Inc., the seller of Camel and Winston cigarettes outside the U.S., made the highest bid to acquire 40 percent of Ethiopia’s monopoly tobacco company, according to the government.The $510 million offer to buy a stake in National Tobacco Enterprise was more than double the next highest bid of $230 million by British American Tobacco Plc,
Is the Ark of the Covenant in Ethiopia? The monks who live in the small church of Saint Mary of Zion — also known as the “Chapel of the Ark” — in the sacred Ethiopian city of Aksum are forbidden to go beyond the bars surrounding the chapel.
Africa's Wannabe Mao With a Mustache In October 2013, scores of people from Eritrea drowned when the boat that had promised to carry them to Europe sank. Since then — and despite the clear danger of the journey — the number of asylum-seekers from this small East African nation, population 6.3 million,