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Ethiopia hails return of looted artefacts

Capital Ethiopia 29 Nov 2021
Ethiopia last week hailed the return of ... Ethiopia, one of the world’s oldest countries with a rich and ancient cultural and religious heritage, has said it considers the ransacking of Magdala a “great injustice” that has been a thorn in relations with Britain.
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History: Toast of the U.S. President at Luncheon Hosted by Ethiopia in America

Tadias 29 Nov 2021
... Ethiopia.” ... As you say, Ethiopia and the United States are separated not only by geography but by history and culture, but I think that they are bound together by necessity, and that is the necessity for all sovereign free countries to maintain the most intimate association.
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Ethiopia Conflict by US Design

Dissident Voice 29 Nov 2021
Supported by America and other foreign forces, including elements within United Nations (UN) agencies, The Tigray People’s Liberation Front (TPLF) is attempting to overthrow the democratically elected Government of Ethiopia and regain power ... Ethiopia is an ancient nation with a rich diverse culture, it has never been colonized.
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Conflict and climate change are big barriers for Africa’s Great Green Wall

Mongabay 26 Nov 2021
The numbers, however, are far from encouraging ... It is increasingly presented as a way to resurrect ecosystems, save livelihoods and preserve cultures across the 11 countries that have signed up to it. Djibouti, Burkina Faso, Chad, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Mali, Mauritania, Niger, Nigeria, Sudan and Senegal.
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Full Text: China and Africa in the New Era: A Partnership of Equals

Xinhua 26 Nov 2021
People-to-People and Cultural Exchanges ... – Expanding exchanges and cooperation in the cultural sector and tourism ... The Chinese Government has signed documents with counterparts in Tunisia, Kenya, Côte d’Ivoire, Senegal, Ethiopia and Mozambique on establishing Chinese cultural centers in these countries or their cultural centers in China.
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UNESCO/Huawei launch TeOSS project

Graphic 25 Nov 2021
Dubbed Technology-enabled Open School Systems (TeOSS), the project which is being funded at a cost of $720,000 is being implemented by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) and global ICT company, Huawei in Ghana, Ethiopia and Egypt ... Launch ... Pilot ... Expectations ... ....
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After a century and a half, Ethiopian artifacts return home

Union Leader 23 Nov 2021
“Our country’s ancient civilization’s history, artifacts, fingerprints of indigenous knowledge, culture have been looted in war and smuggled out illegally,” said Ethiopia’s tourism minister, Nasise Challa ... Ethiopia has been mired in conflict for over a year, with the federal ...
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In Ethiopia, Facebook allowed posts inciting violence to go viral for years. The company’s response ...

Media Matters 23 Nov 2021
Facebook’s lax approach to content moderation has resulted in the incitement of violence and the spread of hate speech in Ethiopia -- despite the company designating the nation “at risk” and repeatedly proposing to create resources for proper content moderation ... Ethiopia -- with ...
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After a century and a half, Ethiopian artefacts return home

Indian Express 23 Nov 2021
“Our country’s ancient civilization’s history, artefacts, fingerprints of indigenous knowledge, culture … have been looted in war and smuggled out illegally,” said Ethiopia’s tourism minister, Nasise Challa ... Ethiopia has been mired in conflict ...
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Finally, Stolen Ethiopia Treasures Begin to Return Home From England

Tadias 22 Nov 2021
“Our country’s ancient civilization’s history, artefacts, fingerprints of indigenous knowledge, culture … have been looted in war and smuggled out illegally,” said Ethiopia’s tourism minister, Nasise Challa ... Ethiopia has been mired in conflict ...
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Ethiopian artefacts stolen by British soldiers returned after 150 years

RNZ 20 Nov 2021
Ethiopia, one of the world's oldest countries with a rich and ancient cultural and religious heritage, says it considers the ransacking of Magdala a "great injustice" that has been a thorn in relations with Britain ... Ethiopia is also negotiating for the return of a bible and cross that were set for the auction block in the United States.
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‘You can’t even cry loudly’: Counting Ethiopia’s war dead

Taipei Times 17 Nov 2021
Advocates try to put together the staggering human toll of Ethiopia’s civil war as atrocities committed by both sides of the conflict claim the lives of civilians ... The death toll is one of the biggest unknowns of Ethiopia’s war ... In a nation that takes vast pride in its 3,000-year history, it has also ruptured Ethiopia’s culture of honoring the dead.
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Ethiopia’s lead in conference tourism paralyzed by COVID-19

Anadolu Agency 16 Nov 2021
According to the Ethiopian Ministry of Culture, Ethiopia earned $ 2 billion in 2019 and the pandemic had slashed the income by two-thirds ... According to the Ethiopian Ministry of Culture, Ethiopia earned $2 billion in 2019 and the pandemic had slashed the income by two-thirds.
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'You can't even cry loudly': Counting Ethiopia's war dead (copy)

The Paducah Sun 16 Nov 2021
He has been living with the dead for a year, since war erupted last November in Ethiopia’s Tigray region ... It became an ethnic clash when Amhara fighters from a neighboring region allied with Ethiopia’s government poured in ... In a nation that takes vast pride in its 3,000-year history, it has also ruptured Ethiopia’s culture of honoring the dead.
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'You can't even cry loudly': Counting Ethiopia's war dead

Journal Review 15 Nov 2021
He has been living with the dead for a year, since war erupted last November in Ethiopia’s Tigray region ... It became an ethnic clash when Amhara fighters from a neighboring region allied with Ethiopia’s government poured in ... In a nation that takes vast pride in its 3,000-year history, it has also ruptured Ethiopia’s culture of honoring the dead.
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