2014 World Cup Qualifier: Ethiopia defeats CAR 2-0 to go on top of Group A
Addis Ababa, Ethiopia – The Ethiopian national soccer team, aka the Walias, defeated Central Africa Republic (CAR) 2-0 here today to go on top of Group A for the 2014 World Cup qualifier match.
Saladin Said, who currently plays as a forward for Wadi Degla FC in the Egyptian Premier League, scored both goals (37 & 86). It was Saladin, who also scored Ethiopia’s goal against South Africa last week
Let us enjoy this good news while it last!...the "Yechalal" spirit engulfing the country in many fronts has been absent from our footballers!
Purchase of Bond towards the Grand Renaissance Dam in Washington D.C
Tsehaye Debalkew June 10, 2012 Patriotic Ethiopians and Ethiopian- Americans residing in and around the Metropolitan Area of Washington D.C. launched a triumphant fund raising event by purchasing bonds channeled towards the building of the Grand Renaissance Dam amounting to the tune of $ 1,500, 000 at the Chancery of the Ethiopian Embassy in the nation's capital here yesterday.
Incompetent comments on Ethiopia’s Somalia policy
(MoFA) 06/08/12-- Dr. Michael Weinstein of Purdue University in the US is a prolific commentator on Somali affairs, normally basing his comments almost exclusively on published documents and on the output of a variety of Somali and other websites. See Also:  A Week in the Horn
Footwear may be Ethiopia’s commercial future
GOING barefoot in Africa often means injuries, worms puncturing the skin and putrefaction of the foot from disease. But in the past few years shoes have been getting a foothold in even the poorest and most remote communities of Ethiopia. Many children living high in the wild Adwa mountains in northern Ethiopia now have shoes... ትፈራርሳለች በተባለች አገር የተመዘገቡ አንጸባራቂ ድሎች(ክፍል አንድ)
ሲኢድ መሐመድ--በ1983 ወርሃ ግንቦት በኢትዮጵያ ታሪክ ታይቶና ተሰምቶ የማይታወቅ አዲስ ነገር ተከስተ፡፡ ክስተቱ ለዘመናት ነግሶ የነበረውን የአፈና ስርዓት ለአንዴና ለመጨረሻ ጊዜ ከስር መሰረቱ የናደ ነበር፡፡ የስልጣን እድሜውን ለማራዘም ...
Al-Shabab: US puts bounty on Somali militants
The United States is to offer millions of dollars in rewards for information leading to the capture of leaders of the Somali militant group al-Shabab.
It has put a price of $7m (£4.5m) on al-Shabab's founder and commander, Ahmed Abdi aw-Mohamud Godane.
Sudan, South Sudan break off talks, no deal in sight (Reuters) - Sudan and South Sudan broke off security talks on Thursday after failing to agree on a demilitarized zone along their disputed border to help prevent them slipping into outright warfare.
Rethinking Neo-Liberalism Getachew Mequanent
"Stagnating wages and growing inequality will soon threaten the stability of contemporary liberal democracies and dethrone democratic ideology as it is now understood. What is needed is a new populist ..."
06-2-12 Interview with Ethiopian Journalist President Anteneh Abraham and "Aba Mela" from civility paltalk
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