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By Ayele Bekerie, PhD. This year marks the 122nd anniversary of Ethiopia’s historic victory of Adwa Ethiopia (TADIAS) — In 1896, March was a historic month...

Enduring the 81st Commemoration of February 19, 1937: Martyrs Memorial Day

By Berhane Tadese February 19, 2018 Every year, on February 19, Ethiopians pay tributes to people perished on this date and honor patriots who sacrificed their...

Paintings Of Barack And Michelle Obama Unveiled At Portrait Gallery

By Kate Bennett, CNN Washington (CNN)Barack and Michelle Obama re-emerged on the public stage Monday in Washington, only this time for an event that has nothing...

THE LAST DAY OF EMPEROR TEWODROS II’s LIFE AND THE LOOT...

An Eye Witness Account by an American Author/Journalist. By Kidane Alemayehu and Konjit Meshesha “They (two British soldiers) observed a man standing near a haystack with...

Ethiopia: Ancient churches, mysterious towers and Lucy

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BY JEFF DIAMANT Ethiopia has the largest Orthodox Christian population outside Europe, and, by many measures, Orthodox Ethiopians have much higher levels of religious commitment than...

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BY JAY MAEDER NEW YORK DAILY NEWS Monday, August 14, 2017, From Italy's standpoint, it was true, Italy had been fairly royally chiseled out of any substantive...

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A tale whose origin was perhaps Arabian or European that many of us grew up familiar with goes somewhat like this: 'A clever thief came...
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