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A STAR IS BORN!

Santa Monica Daily Press 29 Jul 2021
IN SANTA MONICA!. I keep waiting, and anticipating in this column, prematurely, the full blown return of live music ... Sigh ... 9 p.m ... One show I will recommend is happening this Sunday, presented by the Little Ethiopia Cultural & Resource Center, featuring the legendary Rastafarian and reggae artist Ras Michael and his group The Sons & Daughters of Negus ... .
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Concert from Bangladesh: virtual reality music event revives 1971 Beatles charity concert—but without the white ...

The Art Newspaper 28 Jul 2021
Taking place on the same day will be a reprieve of Concert for Bangladesh 1971, organised under the aegis of India’s Council for Cultural Relations and starring the children of Harrison and Shankar ... “'Do they know it’s Christmas?' Ethiopia is a Christian country I’m pretty sure they knew it was Christmas” Diana Campbell Betancourt, curator.
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Ethiopian Renaissance Dam: A Unifying Peoples’ Project

Dissident Voice 26 Jul 2021
With a population of 118 million (expected to top 200 million by the end of 2049) Ethiopia is the second most populous country in Africa ... Ethiopia has been a thorn in their imperialist side for centuries; never colonized by force, fiercely proud and independent with a rich diverse culture.
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Haifa Beseisso: Dubai’s YouTuber who challenges stereotypes with one rap song at a time

Gulf News 26 Jul 2021
... of people and their culture – a catalyst to help us learn from one another ... She then went on to visit other parts of the world, including Zanzibar, Kerala and Ethiopia, and by this time, was gaining online traction for her attempt in breaking cultural barriers and stereotypes.
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According to Unesco, Venice and its lagoon are not in danger

The Art Newspaper 22 Jul 2021
... yet unresolved that are already resulting in significant loss of historical authenticity as well as important loss of cultural significance”, which Ethiopia had redrafted as “despite the progress assessed on some issues identified, some important issues remain to be addressed”.
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Ethiopia Is Open for Unity, Business, Progress and Empowerment

Houston Forward Times 21 Jul 2021
Fitsum Arega, Ethiopia’s Ambassador to the United States (left) and National Newspaper Publishers Association president and CEO Dr ... Moreover, unlike most others on the continent, Ethiopia has beaten back all attempts by would-be colonizers ... “Ethiopia is an ancient country that takes care of its tradition and culture,” the Ambassador remarked.
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Tigray People’s Liberation Front Issues Conditions for Ceasefire

OWP 20 Jul 2021
Such an attitude, coupled with a federalist system of governance, leaves the TPLF committed to maintaining both its decades-long political influence in Ethiopia and the ethno-cultural autonomy of the Tigray Region ... These developments resulted in a chain of events that spurred Ethiopia and Eritrea to action.
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Celebrating the shapeshifters working at the forefront of African design

Business Day 20 Jul 2021
TheUrbanative’s founder Mpho Vackier, following a calling to express the narratives of various African cultures, ... from the graphic shapes and colours of the Ndebele culture and the hairstyles of Ethiopia’s Oromo people, to Queen Nenzima, who ruled over the Mangbetu tribe of Congo.
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Find out which countries are welcoming U.S. tourists back

SiliconValley.com 18 Jul 2021
US citizens can now visit this Alpine nation renowned for its culture and food ... beaches, interesting architecture and cultural experiences ... Côte d’Ivoire is a popular destination for people wanting to enjoy West African culture and food ... Ethiopia. Ethiopia has a unique and ancient culture and rugged, otherworldly landscapes.
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A war of visions

The News International 16 Jul 2021
The demand for federalism, which Abiy is trying to suppress, has to be understood within the context of Ethiopia’s past history of domination by one ethnic group, forced assimilation and the denial of cultural rights and identity of various communities ... ‘Ethiopia’s election will not bring peace’.
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Deputy Chief of Party, Operations - Ethiopia Urban Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene Activity - Addis Ababa

Reliefweb 16 Jul 2021
Tetra Tech International Development Services (http.//www.tetratech.com/intdev) is currently accepting expressions of interest from qualified candidates for an anticipated, $25-50 million USAID-funded, Urban Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene (UWASH) Activity in Ethiopia ... * Support implementation efforts throughout Ethiopia when requested by the COP.
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Wine Me Dine Me: A summer reading list for foodies

Portsmouth Herald 14 Jul 2021
I learned so much about caffeine and its contribution to different cultures and eras, including the Enlightenment and the Industrial Revolution ... Along the way, readers get advice on cultivating not only their gardens but honing craft and culture ... Learn to make conch chowder from the Bahamas, Peking duck from China and Wat with injera from Ethiopia.
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Overview of Kazakhstan’s 30 years of independence celebration in Addis

Capital Ethiopia 12 Jul 2021
The Embassy of the Republic of Kazakhstan in Ethiopia held a seminar, “Cultural Heritage of Kazakhstan,” in honor of the 30th year of the nation’s independence on Thursday, July 08, 2021 ... The focus of the seminar was on connecting the culture of Kazakhstan with the culture of Ethiopia.
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Coffee origins and culture explored in Museum of Islamic Art

The Jerusalem Post 08 Jul 2021
The show, which will be unveiled at the Museum of Islamic Art on Thursday (July 15), under the devoted curatorship of Yahel Shefer, opens a window on a mesmerizing, rich and multifarious culture that has gained worldwide credence across the centuries ... ETHIOPIA WAS the first provider and exporter of coffee beans, to Yemen.
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Lenox Hill doctors perform lifesaving surgery on Ethiopian child

AM New York 07 Jul 2021
Soon after the Ethiopian native was born, she developed a severe and life-threatening tumor on her jawline ... Hailing from rural Ethiopia, the bright lights and towering skyscrapers of Manhattan was a big culture shock to the father-daughter duo, preventing the pair from sleeping their first night in a hotel room brimming with strange devices ... Dr ... Dr.
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