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The New Yorker
Bill Clinton’s Quest to Save the WorldOn a clear spring afternoon in Berlin, Bill and Chelsea Clinton rode to the Wor
Bill Clinton’s Quest to Save the World
The New Yorker / Posted 2 days ago
On a clear spring afternoon in Berlin, Bill and Chelsea Clinton rode to the World Cup final in the front seats of a bus. The Olympic Stadium—a severe Greco-Roman construction with Fascist flourishes and corporate logos—was built for the 1936 Games... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Industrial Parks - Auguring Ethiopia's Economic Transformation, RenaissanceToday, Ethiopia is universally acknowledged as one of the fastest growing econo
Industrial Parks - Auguring Ethiopia's Economic Transformation, Renaissance
AllAfrica.com / Posted 8 days ago
Today, Ethiopia is universally acknowledged as one of the fastest growing economies in the world along with a fast growing diplomatic and political clout. This is so not only known in the Horn of Africa, but also throughout Africa and the world. Its... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Luxury and landscapes entice tourists to EthiopiaOnce defined by images of famine, Ethiopia is now one of the most progressive n
Luxury and landscapes entice tourists to Ethiopia
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 9 days ago
Once defined by images of famine, Ethiopia is now one of the most progressive nations in Africa, Sarah Marshall discovers The spectacular view over the Simien Mountains in Ethiopia. Photo / iStock Clinging like a limpet to the sheer sandstone rock... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Ethiopia's 'Miraculous' Economic Growth - Dancing While Standing StillThe 25th episode of "Ginbot 20" was on show in Addis Abeba on May 28th. This is
Ethiopia's 'Miraculous' Economic Growth - Dancing While Standing Still
AllAfrica.com / Posted 10 days ago
The 25th episode of "Ginbot 20" was on show in Addis Abeba on May 28th. This is a melodramatic event, an anniversary of the 28th May 1991 when the EPRDF rebel forces ousted the Military regime. Ethiopians have much to celebrate as far as the demise... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Promising Journey Towards IndustrializationPublic investment in Ethiopia has been playing a major role in realizing key de
Promising Journey Towards Industrialization
AllAfrica.com / Posted 11 days ago
Public investment in Ethiopia has been playing a major role in realizing key development programmes. Suffice to mention that since 2013, public investment has constituted well over one third of the nation's GDP - higher than the African average of 22... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Good Governance to Ensure Ethiopia's RenaissanceMany Ethiopians believe that the government is committed enough to fight rent c
Good Governance to Ensure Ethiopia's Renaissance
AllAfrica.com / Posted 14 days ago
Many Ethiopians believe that the government is committed enough to fight rent collection activities so as to enhance good governance in the country. However, this is a serious task where the rent-seekers have been changing their tactics and... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Geremew Denboba - the First Successful Ethiopia Athlete in OlympicsEthiopia competed in the Olympic games for the first time at the 1956 Summer Ol
Geremew Denboba - the First Successful Ethiopia Athlete in Olympics
AllAfrica.com / Posted 18 days ago
Ethiopia competed in the Olympic games for the first time at the 1956 Summer Olympics in Melbourne, Australia. The team had a very exhausting flight from Addis Ababa and it took them nearly seven days to arrive Melbourne. Geremew Denboba is one of... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
The 'Two Seventeen' Miraclesthe level of intelligence and visions of the great leader Meles Zenawi while se
The 'Two Seventeen' Miracles
AllAfrica.com / Posted 25 days ago
the level of intelligence and visions of the great leader Meles Zenawi while serving the regime militating against Meles's group. Esubalew was one of them. He was trying to communicate with Meles during days of confrontation. Though he... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
How 1990s 'Poster Boys' Use Fears to Roll Back DemocracyHopes of progression along a reformist democratic path in some key sub-Saharan
How 1990s 'Poster Boys' Use Fears to Roll Back Democracy
AllAfrica.com / Posted 27 days ago
Hopes of progression along a reformist democratic path in some key sub-Saharan African states appear to be receding. Greater democracy, enhanced freedom of speech and the media have all suffered setbacks in some countries where hopes of long-term... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Does (The Horn Of) Africa Have Hope?When the purported leaders of two neighboring countries cannot even talk in a c
Does (The Horn Of) Africa Have Hope?
AllAfrica.com / Posted 28 days ago
When the purported leaders of two neighboring countries cannot even talk in a civil, well-mannered, courteous, respectful and thoughtful manner, is there any hope? In April 2014, I wrote a commentary entitled, "Is there Any Hope for Africa?" I... Read more
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New Zimbabwe
Yamamoto: Terror on blacks - by blacksOne of the greatest failures of mankind is to fail to connect the dots. So let’
Yamamoto: Terror on blacks - by blacks
New Zimbabwe / Posted 30 days ago
One of the greatest failures of mankind is to fail to connect the dots. So let’s connect them. And while at that, want to know the crafters of Operation Murambatsvina? Read On…. But then the trouble with a rat race is that even if you win, remain a... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Saygin Dima Textile On the Brink of CollapseInitially a joint venture between Turkish investors and the State, Saygin now f
Saygin Dima Textile On the Brink of Collapse
AllAfrica.com / Posted a month ago
Initially a joint venture between Turkish investors and the State, Saygin now faces auction and a court charge after full acquisition by the investor The Commercial Bank of Ethiopia (CBE) is to auction Saygin Dima Textile S.C. after the company... Read more
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Quartz
Ethiopia is on track to become Africa’s industrial powerhouse — Quartz Written byJostein Hauge and Muhammad Irfan, University of Cambridg
Ethiopia is on track to become Africa’s industrial powerhouse
Quartz / Posted 1 months ago
— Quartz Written byJostein Hauge and Muhammad Irfan, University of Cambridge The electrified light rail transit... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Why Nation Is On Track to Become Africa's Industrial PowerhouseanalysisBy Jostein Hauge, University of Cambridge and Muhammad Irfan Ethiopia
Why Nation Is On Track to Become Africa's Industrial Powerhouse
AllAfrica.com / Posted 1 months ago
analysisBy Jostein Hauge, University of Cambridge and Muhammad Irfan Ethiopia seems to be attracting the attention of economists interested in Africa, and for good reason. Except for Rwanda, Ethiopia is the only African country whose economic growth... Read more

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