Signs of changing postures on the Nile River: Egypt girds itself to defend Ethiopia’s Blue NIle dam

31 Aug

By Keffyalew Gebremedhin – The Ethiopia Observatory (TEO)

Certainly, times change. History finds lots of reasons and causes to inaugurate new developments. Egypt’s January 25 Revolution was ecstatic. We witnessed power politics in Cairo in the moments leading to the electoral victory of former President Mohamed Morsy. In only a year, he fell victim of the Muslim Brotherhood’s successes and arrogance that sought to take Egypt back in time. Finally, the army threw its lot in the person of Field Marshal Abdulfatah El-Sisi – turned civilian – as a rescuer, consistent with the history of Egypt since 1954.
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Ebola cases in west Africa could rise to 20,000 says WHO

31 Aug

Posted by The Ethiopia Observatory (TEO)
by Lisa O’Carroll

The World Health Organisation (WHO) has warned the number of Ebola cases could rise to 20,000 as doctors in Liberia say the deadly virus is now spreading so rapidly they can no longer deal with the crisis.
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የሕወሃት ብረታ ብረት ኮርፖሬሽን 2 ቀላል የከተማ ባቡሮችን አመረተ: በ$38 ሚሊዮን 530 አገር አቋራጭ የባቡር ፉርጎዎች ያመርታል – መስፍን የሕወሃት ኢንጅኔሪንግ ድርሻ ስንት $$$ ይሆን?

30 Aug

Posted by The Ethiopia Observatory (TEO)

አዲሰ አበባ ነሐሴ 24/2006 (ኢዜአ): የኢትዮጵያ ብረታ ብረት ኢንጂነሪንግ ኮርፖሬሽን ሁለት ቀላል የከተማ ባቡሮችን በሙከራ ደረጃ አመረተ።
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S. African court finds 4 Rwanda-sent assassins guilty of shooting Kagame critic

30 Aug

Posted by The Ethiopia Observatory (TEO)

JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) – A South African court on Friday found four men guilty of trying to kill an exiled critic of Rwandan President Paul Kagame, in a case that had strained diplomatic ties between the two countries.
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The Last Time We Heard It Was TPLF Tea Time At VOA & Now Investigation?

30 Aug

Posted by The Ethiopia Observatory (TEO)

Foreign Minister Tedros Adhanom and VOA journalist Henok Semaegzer (Credit: ECADF)

Meron Admasu wrote on August 19, 2014 about a VOA journalist Henok Semaegzer’s recent effort to subvert the truth regarding the cancellation of the honor to be bestowed by Azusa Pacific University (APU) on TPLF assigned prime minister Hailemariam Desalegn. She accused the journalist of crafting “outstanding lies to protect of the current TPLF regime in Ethiopia and at the same time show how much he is undermining the intelligence of millions of Ethiopians and put dust on our eyes.”

For a while, the VOA hid itself behind the claim that it is always committed to the truth, without showing any interest in taking action.
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Is China’s ZTE really wack of these proportions, or this article some sort of hostile campaign?

30 Aug

Editor’s Note:

    We found this article on Awramba Times, an Ethiopian web page based in Addis Abeba and suspected of connections with Ethiopia’s intelligence. However, there is something interesting about this article. It angularly speaks to the problems in Ethiopia’s information and communication services in general, although it is not dropping all the beans that clog Ethiopia’s progress in ICT.
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Senegal confirms 1st Ebola case

29 Aug

Posted by The Ethiopia Observatory (TEO)

Senegal’s health ministry has confirmed a first case of Ebola, making it the fifth West African country to be affected by the outbreak.
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