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BY LIBAN GOLICHA
MANDERA, KENYA: Police in Moyale on Thursday arrested 46 Ethiopians suspected to be in the country illegally. The aliens all men, were found in an isolated house near Moyale Boys Secondary within Butiye village out skirt of the town. Â Confirming the arrest, Moyale OCPD Benjamin Mwanzia said the aliens who neither spoke Swahili nor English were believed to being transported to Nairobi by unknown people.Â He noted that the Ethiopians all men were between the ages of 25…Continue
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By Kieron Monk
(CNN) -- Months after the murder of Rania Alayed, the search for her body had ground to a halt. Although her husband -- who had admitted to her killing -- indicated the approximate location where he buried the body off a highway near Manchester, northern England, police were still left with miles of open field to dig through.
Frustrated with the high cost and lack of progress, investigators turned to an experimental form of satellite imaging.
"We had been…
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Mohamed Shehata 04/11/2014
old Cisse: all these «Albulaoi» around you .. Are not regret your candidacy? He said: All the orders of God
Marshal find problems in front of him the size of this world and hereafter .. and hope the truth comes…Continue
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Ethiopia is reported to have one of the largest populations of orphans, as millions don’t have parents.
One KOTA Territory firefighter and his wife spent two years working to…Continue
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Abera Haile Gebrewahid was a resident of Charlotte, North Carolina for the past 10 years. He is married and has two sons, 11 and 5.
Last week, Wednesday August 6, when the wife and the two kids return home from shopping, they…Continue
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By Justin Caba
While Robin Williams’ suicide came as an unfortunate surprise for family, friends, and members of the general public, certain aspects of Williams’ personality may have served as the writing on the wall for his untimely death. Aside from his history of depression and addiction, some experts agree that Williams’ comedic abilities were tell-tale signs of depression and bipolar behaviors, keeping up with the “sad clown”…Continue
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By Fasika Tadesse
The Federal Supreme Court will decide on October 24, 2014, to reverse or approve the lower Court's decision ordering Orchid Business Group Plc to pay 42 million Br to Yonas Kassahun.
Orchid, owned by Akiko Seyoum, with 999 shares (99.9pc), and Yeshareg Asta, with just one share (0.1pc), is a family of companies engaged in road construction, the supply of construction materials, rental services of construction machinery and transportation. The projects that the…Continue
VENTURES AFRICA – World’s largest software maker Microsoft Corporation, through its East African branch , has entered into a collaborative agreement with the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) to provide training and mentorship services to Ethiopia’s 200,000 entrepreneurs through the country’s UNDP supported…Continue
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Since 1997, a Ventura, California-based medical mission has brought physical, emotional, and spiritual healing to modern-day lepers in a remote region of Ethiopia.
And now, the August 11 episode of “Operation Change,” a documentary series airing at 7 P.M. PDT on OWN (Oprah Winfrey Network), will feature the groundbreaking work of the Mossy Foot Project.r
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Moved by a larger demand for the 40/60 housing scheme, the…Continue
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ADDIS ABABA (AA) – Ethiopia has denied reports of the spread of Ebola in the country, saying steps were being taken to raise awareness about the deadly virus.
“So far no Ebola case was reported in…Continue
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In the green highlands on the outskirts of Ethiopia's second-largest city, Adam, more than 100 three-blade wind turbines can be seen. When the two-phase wind farm goes into full operation soon, it will become this country's largest wind generating…Continue
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Development or Democracy, Which Comes First? Give at least one reason. …Continue
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Six homebuyers from the Diaspora are asking the court to sell 10 donkeys, 20 sheep and 40 cows, in addition to three vehicles, in order to recover money they paid to a real estate firm that failed to deliver on its promises.
These assets belong to Habitat New Flower Plc, which the court had…Continue
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Several heads of state from the African continent descended this week on Washington DC, to attend the US-Africa Leaders’ Summit. It appears to be part of a great rivalry between countries, such as China, primarily, but also Japan, India and Turkey. All have their respective editions of summits with African leaders, gossip observed. Considering that the United States…Continue
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Last week, while New York waited to see if reports about an anonymous patient at Mount Sinai Medical Center was the start of an Ebola virus outbreak in the U.S., the man who was dubbed “Patient Zero” was learning of his condition on CNN from the emergency room.
Eric Silverman, a 27-year-old Brooklyn graduate student who returned from doing four months of humanitarian work in Sierra Leone last month, is the man who was…Continue
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By David Goldman
It can sense, taste, feel, smell, hear, and understand its surroundings.
One day, IBM (IBM, Tech30) says the chips might be used to build a thermometer that can "smell" what disease you have and let you know if you need to…Continue
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