Monthly Archive: October 2012

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Junedin Sado’s wife charged with terrorism

By William Davison Addis Ababa (Bloomberg) – Ethiopian authorities charged a minister’s wife with terrorism for using money from the Saudi Arabian Embassy to pay for Islamic protests against the government, defense lawyer Temam Ababulgu said. Habiba...

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A requiem for Newsweek: A Habesha tribute

By Hindessa Abdul Once again we are saying goodbye to yesterday. This time yesterday comes in the form of Newsweek, the international weekly magazine. They are celebrating their 80th birthday in style, by bidding...

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Ethiopia to carry local Cup hopes

By Andrew Eddy (Sydney Morning Herald‎) – AN INTERNATIONAL won last week’s Caulfield Cup and star New Zealand galloper Ocean Park took yesterday’s Cox Plate, but local hopes of winning the Melbourne Cup in...

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Ethiopia to Introduce Mobile Banking

By Marthe Van Der Wolf VOA (ADDIS ABABA) — Ethiopia is one of the few remaining African countries to introduce mobile banking. With the booming economy and a population of 80 million this country...

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Former First Lady Azeb Mesfin leaves Palace

The widow of the former Ethiopian Prime Minister Azeb Mesfin has left the Ethiopian National Palace at the end of last week, local sources and press reported today (24 October 2012). It has been reported...