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Ethiopian Airlines signs memorandum of understanding for 12 Airbus ... -...
Posted On 08/01/2009 10:00:05 by ethiomeetreporter
[Ethiopian Airlines signs memorandum of understanding for 12 Airbus ... - Los Angeles Times]



Thrones, masks and Ethiopia: a guide to understanding 'Oedipus Rex...
Posted On 04/16/2009 18:00:06 by ethiomeetreporter
Granted, when you hire someone like Sellars to direct, anything is possible. Times music critic Mark Swed will have his review of the production tomorrow but in the meantime, Culture Monster offers this Cliff's Notes explanation of the ancient symbolism behind this staging. And who better to ser[Thrones, masks and Ethiopia: a guide to understanding 'Oedipus Rex ... - Los Angeles Times Blogs]... Read More



Ethiopia - Rene’ Lefort and the Art of Misunderstanding - Nazret.com
Posted On 04/08/2009 16:00:09 by ethiomeetreporter
After a long hiatus since his last book, Mr. Rene’ Lefort is back with an article entitled “Ethiopia’s Famine: deny and delay”, in which he accused the Government of Ethiopia, among other charges, of deliberately hiding the actual figures of people who need humanitarian aid.[Ethiopia - Rene’ Lefort and the Art of Misunderstanding - Nazret.com]... Read More



Ethiopia: Understanding Poverty's Impact on Children - AllAfrica.com
Posted On 09/10/2008 04:00:08 by ethiomeetreporter
When the school bell rings, Alemtsehay and her three younger sisters rush home to change out of their school uniforms and into tattered clothes to go out begging around Bole Road, one of Addis Ababa's smarter areas.Accompanied by their five-year -old brother, they roam the streets asking passersby f[Ethiopia: understanding Poverty's Impact on Children - AllAfrica.com]... Read More



DEVELOPMENT-ETHIOPIA: Understanding Poverty's Impact on Children -...
Posted On 09/09/2008 12:00:08 by ethiomeetreporter
Accompanied by their five-year -old brother, they roam the streets asking passersby for money. They are each expected to bring home at least 10 birr (one dollar) a day.
"I prefer to beg around Bole, which is far from my home, because I don't want my classmates to see me and mock me as a pauper," sa[DEVELOPMENT-ETHIOPIA: understanding Poverty's Impact on Children - Inter Press Service]... Read More



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