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Op-Ed: To heal, Ethiopia needs to confront its violent past

[ad_1] “Abiy continues to concentrate on reconciliation as his most popular method for coping with the nation’s previous.” By Laetitia Bader @LaetitiaBader Addis Abeba, Could 27/2020 – “I need to transfer on and really feel part of Abiy’s Ethiopia. I.

Analysis: Ethiopia’s response to COVID-19

[ad_1] Home-to-house well being checkups by well being extension employees in Dire Dawa Administration. April 2020 By Arkebe Oqubay Addis Abeba, Could 27/2020 –Africa Day this week is remembered at a time when the world faces an unprecedented disaster. Africa.

AS Investigates: A decade ago Ethiopian diplomats siphoned $640,000 from maids in Lebanon to pay off a US based lobby firm. What happened next?

[ad_1] (Proper) Ambassador Tekleab Kebede at an occasion associated to the Addis Abeba Diaspora Mall venture in 2016, and (Left) Ambassador Nega Tsegaye, at his workplace within the Ministry of International Affairs. Layers of paperwork obtained by Addis Normal implicate.

Commentary: Making sense of Ethiopia’s constitutional moment

[ad_1] Partial view of members of the Home of Federation (HoF). Picture: HoF archive Yonatan T. Fessha, @YonatanFessha Zemelak Ayele @zemelak_a Solomon A. Dersso @SolomonADersso & Adem Abebe @AdamAbebe Addis Abeba, Could 14/2020 – As college students of Ethiopian constitutional.

News: Despite denial by Ethiopia’s consul, number of coronavirus cases among Ethiopians in Lebanon reaches eight

[ad_1] Lebanese frontline healthcare suppliers disinfecting surfaces towards COVID-19. Picture: Anwar Amro/AFP Bileh Jelan @BilehJelan  & Zecharias Zelalem @ZekuZelalem Addis Abeba, Might 14/2020 – Regardless of denial from Ethiopia’s consulate in Beirut, Lebanon that there have been no Ethiopians who.

Profile: “At home, I’m the only deaf person. When I’m here I can communicate.” Teki: pioneering dignity and livelihood for the deaf

[ad_1] (Left) Mimi Legesse. (Proper) Teki household) Etenesh Abera @EteneshAb Addis Abeba, Could 13/2020 – Zenit Yahyah, 16, is at present one of many workers members of Teki, “a social and environmental enterprise developed for and by the deaf neighborhood.”.