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CAF acknowledges Morocco’s refusal to host ORANGE AFCON 2015

At its meeting on 11th November 2014 in Cairo, the Executive Committee of the Confederation of African Football (CAF) has taken note of the response of the Minister of Youth and Sports of the Kingdom of Morocco in a letter dated 8 November 2014 requesting the postponement of the Orange …

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Ethiopia fights for tourism dollar

When Scottish explorer James Bruce published a five-volume work in 1790 about his search in Ethiopia for the source of the Nile, European readers dismissed his account of ancient churches and castles – surely no such thing existed in the heart of Africa. Fast forward to 2014 and Solomon Tadesse …

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Very soon Ethiopian food will rule the world

The large round dish is big enough to cover the width of the table, its woven round wicker “hat” covers the plate – adding to the intrigue of what is hiding underneath, giving off this heavenly aroma, thick with spices. When at last it is uncovered you can see that …

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Pursuing terrorism under the guise of democracy can never be justified

(MoFA) 07/18/14 – Over the past two weeks, the detention and extradition of Andargachew Tsige, the Secretary General of the Ginbot 7, designated as a terrorist organization by the Ethiopian House of People’s Representatives, has been headline news in local and foreign media outlets. Andargachew was apprehended through the cooperation …

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