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Ethiopia ends state of emergency rule imposed last October


Ethiopia’s parliament has voted to lift the state of emergency imposed in October 2016 to help curb anti-government protests. An emergency session by members of parliament was called to make the decision on Friday. Ethiopia initially introduced the state of emergency for six months  in October 2016 to handle anti-government protests. …

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Brother of Ethiopian opposition opens one more hotel in Addis Ababa


Magnolia Hotel & Conference Centre becomes the latest entrant to the hospitality industry with an estimated cost of half a billion Birr, situated on Cape Verde Avenue, opposite the premises of the European Union Delegation to Ethiopia, in Bole District, Fortune Newspaper reported today. According to Fortune, The construction of …

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First African WHO Director-General Dr Tedros Adhanom takes office


According to WHO News release today, the first African WHO Director-General who was former Ethiopian Minister  Dr Tedros Adhanom takes office. Here is the full News Release of WHO. ———————————– Dr Tedros takes office as WHO Director-General News release 1 JULY 2017 | GENEVA – Today, Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus …

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