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United States urge Ethiopia to widen space for journalists

United States urge Ethiopia to widen space for journalists

Marking the one year anniversary of the arrest of Ethiopia’s Zone 9 bloggers and three Journalists, April 25, the United States issued a statement urging Ethiopia to widen space for media and journalists.

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United States urge Ethiopia to widen space for journalists

25 April, 2015

United States urge Ethiopia …

Marking the one year anniversary of the arrest of Ethiopia’s Zone 9 bloggers a...

Drug resistant malaria worries EU Parliamentarians

25 April, 2015

Drug resistant malaria worri…

As the international community takes stock of the achievements of the Millenni...

Debre Birhan set for $50 million glass factory

25 April, 2015

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BY ELIAS GEBRESELASSIE WOLDEGEBRIELDebre Birhan city of Ethiopia located 120 k...

Zanzibar film-festival scheduled for July 2015

25 April, 2015

Zanzibar film-festival sched…

The longest running film-festival in East Africa, Zanzibar International Film Fe...

Abidjan set to host African Development Bank summit

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Abidjan set to host African …

The city of Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire, is set to host the 2015 Annual Meetings of...

Documentary showcases water treatment solutions in Ethiopia’s coffee growing region

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Drug resistant malaria worries EU Parliamentarians

Drug resistant malaria worries EU Parliamentarians

As the international community takes stock of the achievements of the Millennium Development Goals, Members of European Parliament are gravely concerned by the looming threat of drug resistant malaria. Read more

April 25, 2015

Zanzibar film-festival scheduled for July 2015

Zanzibar film-festival scheduled for July 2015

The longest running film-festival in East Africa, Zanzibar International Film Festival (ZIFF) is scheduled to take place from the 18th – 26th of July 2015 in Stonetown, the organizers said. ZIFF announced the films in the Official Selection based on a record 419 submissions. The list contains 25 feature films, 44 shorts and 27 documentaries from over 30 countries across the globe.  Read more

April 25, 2015

Documentary showcases water treatment solutions in Ethiopia’s coffee growing region

Documentary showcases water treatment solutions in Ethiopia’s coffee growing region

Marley Coffee, supports the non-profit Water Wise Coffee program with a new documentary and crowdfunding campaign created in conjunction with strategic partner Mother Parkers Tea & Coffee, as part of their broader commitment to sustainability. Read more

April 24, 2015

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