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  1. Ethiopia Anti-tax Protests Spread

    Tesfanews.net - Politics 07.21 / 22:05 tesfanews.net
    BY JARED JEFFREY | CNBC AFRICA According to ESAT, protests by small business owners, which began last week in Addis Ababa and parts of Oromia, have spread to towns in the Southern Nations, Nationalities and Peoples’ (SNNP) region. The protests are against new taxes being imposed on businesses with annual turnover of up to Etb100,000… The post Ethiopia Anti-tax Protests Spread appeared first on T…
  2. THE TABLE: ETHIOPIA - Millennia of History

    Phoenixvillenews.com - 07.21 / 15:34 phoenixvillenews.com
    Ethiopia is located on the Horn of Africa with more than 100-million inhabitants. This country covers 420,000 square miles that is the most populous landlocked country in the world. Only 0.7% of the area is covered with water.It is a multilingual nation with about 80 or so languages…
  3. The Necessity for the Implementation of the Eritrea – Ethiopia Boundary Commission (EEBC)

    Tesfanews.net - Politics 07.20 / 22:02 tesfanews.net
    for The Protection of all Human Rights in Eritrea and as a Priority. BY RUBY SANDHU This article sets out the case for the root and primary cause of the alleged exodus from Eritrea, that is the International community’s failure to enforce Ethiopia’s compliance and implementation of the EEBC and the ensuing need for [indefinite]… The post The Necessity for the Implementation of the Eritrea – Ethiopia Boundary Commission (EEBC) appeared first on Tes…
  4. Ethiopia Idol 2017: Contestants Perform On Stage

    Ethiogrio.com - TV&Movies 07.20 / 20:11 ethiogrio.com
    Ethiopia Idol 2017: Contestants Perform On…
  5. Protest-hit Ethiopia region plans private oil company to calm unrest

    Worldoil.com - East Africa 07.20 / 15:06 worldoil.com
    A central Ethiopian region that’s seen almost two years of sporadic anti-government protests is planning a new private oil company and is in talks to import Middle Eastern crude, part of an economic initiative authorities say will address some of the roots of the u…