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nazret.com is the #1 Rated most popular Ethiopian News source. Since 1994, nazret.com has been the leading source of Ethiopian news and commentary.
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nazret Apr 10
Ethiopian Olympic protest runner Feyisa Lilesa finally rewarded
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nazret Apr 10
Ethiopia bans alcohol advertisements
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nazret Apr 10
Ambassador Fitsum presents credentials to President Donald Trump
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nazret Mar 10
Ethiopian Airlines: Boeing 737 crashes on way to Kenya
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nazret Mar 9
Ethiopian Prime Minister forms committee to resolve boundary dispute between Addis and Oromia regional state
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nazret Mar 4
Ethiopia, Eritrea leaders visit S Sudan to discuss peace deal
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nazret Mar 4
British museum agrees to return Emperor Tewodros’ hair to Ethiopia
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nazret Mar 3
Ethiopian Airlines to double flights to China’s Guangzhou
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nazret Mar 3
Ethiopian and Kenyan leaders in Asmara for tripartite summit
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nazret Mar 3
Ethiopia’s Ruti Aga and Birhanu Legese win Tokyo Marathon
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nazret Feb 24
Anger in Ethiopia as officials demolish hundreds of houses
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nazret Feb 18
Samuel Tefera: Ethiopian teenager breaks 22-year-old 1500m world record
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nazret Feb 14
Power shift creates new tensions and Tigrayan fears in Ethiopia
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nazret Feb 10
Despite surging forward, Ethiopia “Not FREE” – Freedom House
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nazret Feb 10
3 dead as Ethiopian helicopter crashes at UN compound
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nazret Feb 10
African leaders unveil statue of Ethiopia’s emperor Haileselassie
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nazret Jan 29
Ethiopia: ADD cements its place as a gateway to Africa
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nazret Jan 29
Ethiopian to structure US route, drops LAX and add IAH
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nazret Jan 29
Saudi Arabia Releases Ethiopian Billionaire Al Amoudi
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nazret Jan 29
Volkswagen signs MoU with Ethiopia, develop auto industry
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