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Ethiopia:Facebook Election

In months time Ethiopia, the second most populous country in Africa is going to have its fifth election. As one of the biggest democracies in …

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Desperado

Before I embark to my point let me define one important term which will be at the heart of my article today: Hero. Hero is …

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IN SOMALIA “A NATION WITHOUT HISTORY IS A LOST NATION”

Somalia, officially the Somali Republic and formerly known as the Somali Democratic Republic, is located on the east coast of Africa between the Gulf of 'Aden on the north and the Indian Ocean on the east and has the longest coastline in Africa. Together with Ethiopia, Eritrea, and Djibouti it is often referred to as the Horn of Africa because of its resemblance on the map to a rhinoceros's horn. It is bordered by Djibouti on the northwest, Kenya on its southwest, the Gulf of 'Aden with Yemen on its north, the Indian Ocean on its East and Ethiopia on the west.

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RIP: Elias Isaias Kifle

The alliance between Elias and Isaias seems to be on its ebb now. The elm is cut! What has been a strong Slave-Master relationship among the bloodthirsty hate mongers came to an accelerated halt just before the turn of the New Ethiopian year. For years, the pseudo journalist Elias Kifle, aka Elias Isaias Kifle, has been busy fabricating unfounded stories and propagating racial hatred against Ethiopians through his ER (Ethiopian Review, not to be confused with Eritrean Review) website. The man is known to spit venomous comments and enjoy any pitfalls of Ethiopia and Ethiopians. Without any scruple he was in the payroll of the EPLF regime. He even traveled great length to visit and interview his master in Eritrea. Elias run short of words in admiring the beauty of Asmara and the greatness of its leader. Indeed he named the president as Person of the Year, for his contribution to Ethiopia's peace and development! That was satire of the century. But what do we expect from men such as Elias, empty pocketed shallow minded minions.

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EthioMalia

Last week we have read on one of the web journals about the proposal submitted by Somaliland and Puntland to be part of Ethiopia. What are the pros and cons of this proposal, specially if it comes true?

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Egypt: Jingoism

For years Egyptians were adamant in forging collaboration with the upper riparian countries of the Nile basin in general, and with Ethiopia in particular. Ethiopia is the contributor of the lions share in the Nile basin countries via its river Abay. Instead of collaboration and mutual benefit every Egyptian president in history was busy in making sure these countries stay in an abject poverty and incessant war. To some degree they have succeeded. But what they missed was the fact that no country will remain in darkness forever.

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Egypt: The mummified Brain

Ethiopia my beloved country! A country where one witnesses the miracles of Mother Nature. Cradle of humanity, home of ancient civilisation, endowed with miraculous flora and fauna, some of them only to be found in this sacred land. An amazing weather with tantalising landscape. Africa's water tower, origin of giant rivers!

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