Clinton, Affleck seek to lower child death rates
WASHINGTON D.C., USA, 14 June 2012 – United Sates Secretary of State Hillary Clinton urged international leaders gathered at Georgetown University to commit more resources and effort to reduce the numbers of deaths of children.
The conference is co-convened by Ethiopia, India and the United States, in close collaboration with UNICEF.WASHINGTON What do Hollywood superstar Ben Affleck and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton have in common? Both Clinton and Affleck think every child across the world deserves a fifth birthday.
Clinton praised the Ethiopian and Indian governments for their efforts to reduce child mortality...
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Yale honors Ethiopian minister of health at global conference
Addis Ababa, June 13 (WIC)- Tedros Adhanom, Ethiopia’s minister of health, has been awarded the Stanley T.Woodward Lectureship at Yale University, given to distinguished international visitors to the University. Tedros was one of 23 senior health practitioners and researchers from South Africa, Liberia, Ethiopia, and Ghana who convened at Yale for the fourth annual Global Health Leadership Institute (GHLI) conference, June 4-8.
Ethiopia-Canada trade could soar with new direct flight from Toronto
Nola Kianza makes a business trip to Ethiopia every other month, spending up to 48 gruelling hours in-transit each time. But starting July 17, the Toronto investor will cut his trip to 14 hours as a new Ethiopian Airlines route is set to make Africa just a flight away from Toronto
CPJ and Africa Media Initiative meet Ethiopian minister
Addis Ababa, June 11, 2012--The Committee to Protect Journalists and the Africa Media Initiative (AMI) called for the release of journalists being held under Ethiopia's anti-terrorism laws and requested a review of those laws as they affect freedom of speech.... Charlayne is a respected elder Journalist. We are not sure about others who are in jail, if any, but the two Swedish journalists are put in jail not to suppress democracy but to protect sovereignty and peace! The government should not have hard time to convince people like Charlayne!
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...
ግንቦት ሰባትን፣ ወሐቢያንና ስደተኛውን ሲኖዶስ ምን አገናኛቸው?
ዘሩባቤል ማቲያስ - 6/8/12-ደባው የተቀመረው አሜሪካ ውስጥ ነው። ተቀምሮም አልቀረም−አስመራ ውስጥ ባሉት የትርምስ ባለሟሎች እንዲጎለብትም ተልኳል። ተልኮም አልቀረም−እንደገና በንጹሐን ደም ለመነገድ ወደሚፈልጉት የያኔዎቹ የቅንጅት ነውጠኛ አመራሮች ወዳሉበት ዋሽንግተን ተመለሰ፡፡
06-2-12 Interview with Ethiopian Journalist President Anteneh Abraham and "Aba Mela" from civility paltalk
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Ottawa Ethiopian Community is planning an “Ethiopian day" for Hedase!
Place: Britannia Parking, Ottawa
Date: June 30, 2012
Time: 12:00 to 6:00 pm