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BSNL eyes Ethiopian Telecom - Total Telecom
Posted On 10/15/2009 08:00:07 by ethiomeetreporter
Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd. has expressed an interest in running Ethiopian Telecommunications' networks and operations on a revenue-sharing basis after the Ethiopian government invited requests for interest, the Economic Times reported on its Web site Thursday, citing unnamed sources close to the deve[Read More at: BSNL eyes Ethiopian Telecom - Total Telecom]... Read More



Ethiopia: Zahara Jolie-Pitt and the Politics of Uncombed Hair - Abesha...
Posted On 10/15/2009 08:00:06 by ethiomeetreporter
announced she’d be adopting a 6-month-old girl from Africa, I had mixed emotions. I’ve always thought Jolie was one of the flyest chicks in the Hollywood game, but interracial adoptions can be a tricky thing no matter how fly you are.
I’d heard the horror stories around Hollywood about the ado[Read More at: Ethiopia: Zahara Jolie-Pitt and the Politics of Uncombed Hair - Abesha Bunna Bet]... Read More



Ethiopia - 44% of Ethiopians undernourished - FAO Report - Nazret.com
Posted On 10/15/2009 00:00:05 by ethiomeetreporter
35 million Ethiopians or about 44% of the total population are undernourished according to a report released by the UN Food and Agriculture Organaization (FAO). The report which refers the data from 2004 to 2006, shows a progress for ethiopia in reducing the percentage of malnourished people from 71[Read More at: ethiopia - 44% of Ethiopians undernourished - FAO Report - Nazret.com]... Read More



Ethiopian scientist wins World Food Prize for sorghum - USA Today
Posted On 10/14/2009 22:00:04 by ethiomeetreporter
to create a form of sorghum that yields five to 10 times higher than traditionally grown sorghum.
Most Americans would know sorghum as the small, round yellow seeds commonly found in birdseed. It's actually the second most important feed crop in the USA, mainly given to cattle and poultry and grown[Read More at: Ethiopian scientist wins World Food Prize for sorghum - USA Today]... Read More



Singers, Suppression of Dissent and the Dictator in Ethiopia - Oromsis...
Posted On 10/14/2009 16:00:06 by ethiomeetreporter
Due to their immense talent and creativity, artists express the
unspoken and often suppressed feelings of the society. This creativity is
power, a power not just to express the views of the society but also to
resonate what is hidden and change public opinion about policies. That is the
very rea[Read More at: Singers, Suppression of Dissent and the Dictator in ethiopia - Oromsis (blog)]... Read More



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