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Bill Gates to expand interests in Ethiopia

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"Our financial team will make a trip to Ethiopia and talk about what the government's strategy is, and we might be able to help with that in addition to the two major areas we are involved in," he told local and international journalists in Addis Abeba at a media roundtable.

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Migrant Rapes Girl Nearly To Death, Judge Grants Him Welfare Due To 1 Detail

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On April 29, a 26-year-old Eritrean asylum seeker forced his way into a young woman’s apartment in Falkirk, Sweden. Regen Ghebrtnsa Ghebrmrim beat the woman into submission and raped her, details of which are so sadistic that it’s graphic description may be too disturbing for some. As appalling as the crime was, it still wasn’t enough to keep an appeal’s court judge from delivering one of the most unjust rulings of the refugee crisis.

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Blackout: Leaks from Eritrea, Africa’s North Korea

Leaks from Eritrea, Africa's North Korea

Eritrea is the most censored country in the world, according to the Committee to Protect Journalists and Reporters Sans Frontières. Often referred to as Africa’s North Korea, the Eritrean government controls the flow of information with vigilance, restricting any dissenting voices from reaching the people.

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በኢትዮጵያ ሶማሌ ክልል ድንበር አቋርጠው ሊገቡ በነበሩ የሽብር ቡድን አባላት ላይ እርምጃ ተወሰደ

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በኢትዮጵያ ሶማሌ ክልል ፌርፌር ወረዳ ድንበር ተሻግረው ለመግባት በሞከሩና ራሱን የኦጋዴን ነጻ አውጪ ግንባር እያለ በሚጠረው የሽብር ቡድን አባላት ላይ እርምጃ መወሰዱ ተገለጸ። የክልሉ መንግስት ኮሙኒኬሽን ቢሮ እንዳስታወቀው በተወሰደው እርምጃ አራት የቡድኑ አባላት ሲገደሉ ሦስቱ በቁጥጥር ሥር ውለዋል።

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Ethiopia: The once-sleeping giant challenging Kenya’s dominance

Ethiopia_ The once-sleeping giant challenging Kenya’s dominance

Ross McLean, the manufacturer’s head in sub-Saharan Africa, said in a May interview with Business Beat that the Ethiopian market is turning out to be more promising than Kenya’s. Dow has been in Ethiopia for the last two years, manufacturing herbicides for Ethiopia’s huge flower farms. “When we set up camp here in Nairobi, we thought Kenya was the ultimate destination in this region. But after making a foray into Ethiopia, we have experienced a sleeping giant that is rising,” Mr Mclean said.

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