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MFA Ethiopia🇪🇹 May 15
|’s Ambassador to the Netherlands, H.E. Ambassador Million Samuel presented Letters of Credence to HM King Willem-Alexander of at the Nordainde Palace, The .
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Fitsum Arega May 19
A network of professionals & scientists of Ethiopian origin discussed on quality of education in with the aim of contributing to the new roadmap. Thank you so much! I had the privilege to share my views: education is not only need or right but also when it is quality...
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Allehone Abebe አለሆነ May 19
:- Remembering Malcom X on what would have been his 94th birthday (1925 – 1965). His visit to Ethiopia in 1964 together with other luminaries such as Maya Angelou...in his lettter sent from Ethiopia hotel he stated the trip “ changed him tremendously.”
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Samson Berhane A. May 17
has suspended electricity exports to neighboring Djibouti and Sudan, which earns the country USD180 million a year. Reporting by Dawit Endeshaw, Reuters
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Anteneh Tesfaye May 17
I understand why pictures like these get's viral. But know that these is how ordinary Ethiopians live in the ground now and before. These is really a common thing. Some of the hates & polarization you see is propagated by very few vocals in Social Media.
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Act Like Ethiopian May 13
If you thought this is Everest you are Mistaken. This is the highest Ethiopian mountain Ras Dashen. 😍😍😍😍
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Richard Branson May 21
Great to spend the weekend in catching up with and happy birthday to our chair Mary Robinson!
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Andualem Girma🇪🇹 May 14
What is the story behind this kid? His picture is everywhere in public taxi
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ዘርይሁን May 17
Wolayta is a case of progressive ethnic-nationalism, and legitimate demand for self-administration with unwavering respect for the sovereignty of . This should be contrasted with cases of non-progressive and parochial tribalisms that undermine Ethiopian sovereignty.
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Fitsum Arega May 13
President Trump hosted an Iftar dinner for Ambassadors at the White House. offered a message of peace. I also had great honor to share a table with Pence who complimented the leadership of PM Abiy &changes taking place in . RamadanKareem!
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Zemedeneh Negatu May 18
MY VIEW: It was a truly transformational week for U.S.- investment relationship, after the successful held in D.C. Well done to the organizers: , , , , , . Thanks for inviting me to speak.
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Yohannes Gedamu May 16
I had missed Jan-Tekle-Warka so much! Went to visit it after 14 years. Found it with a poster of Meysaw Kassa’s pictures/paintings placed on it. A historic tree with so many songs dedicated for it. It made my day. Throwback to 1 Thursday in December.
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Tom Gardner May 15
My latest from southern , where around half a million displaced people are being told they must return to their villages, where they still fear for the lives, within two weeks.
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Nubia Media & Communications 3h
Bullfight Went Wrong in the middle of one of our interviews. Disclaimer, No Bulls were harmed during the making of this video. 55 km North of Mekele.
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Ethio telecom May 19
Ethio Telecom team is heading to . We are attending the dinner on behalf of our customers, partners and supporters. Thank you for all of your support for this project.
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Tesfaye ወልዴዬስ May 20
In case you are wondering...
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AbaKoran May 19
50 vs 5,000,000 birr dinner 🥘 🍽 Who’s having more fun ? 😂
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One Nation 48m
Regime supporters: Below an image of an open air concert in Sweden organized by on the occasion of our independence from under the theme shines at 28. Would be interesting to hear what you make of it...
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EMINETTI May 19
Though tries to decive people by posting pictures around kids /people - What does the security detail of the - DICTATOR in Chief of (issu...lol) look like?
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Eyob Derillo May 13
in ancient were treated with love & respect. They were permitted to stay in the inner sanctuary of churches & it was forbidden to kill or to eat cats. In Aksum a piece of land was granted for the accommodation of the church cats. 17th c with images of cats
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