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Ethiopia : The first tram in Africa commissioned in Addis Abeba

Ethiopia : The first tram in Africa commissioned in Addis Abeba | African News Agency | Scoop.it

«In recent days, the Ethiopian capital has two tram lines. A brand new infrastructure in avery poor country always.»

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Ethiopia: A mausoleum will be constructed for the Ethiopian prime minister Meles Zenaw

Ethiopia: A mausoleum will be constructed for the Ethiopian prime minister Meles Zenaw | African News Agency | Scoop.it
The authorities of Ethiopia want to construct a mausoleum of the late prime minister, Meles Zenawi. The new head of government, Hailemariam Desalegn announced it on Monday.
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Ethiopia: A journalist condemned in 18 years of prison for terrorism

Ethiopia: A journalist condemned in 18 years of prison for terrorism | African News Agency | Scoop.it
ADDIS ABEBA (AFP) - An Ethiopian court condemned on Friday a 18-year-old journalist of prison for 'terrorism ' and 23 other activists in troubles going of eight years of imprisonment to perpetuity.
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Ethiopia: two Swedish journalists liberated after 14 months of imprisonment

Ethiopia: two Swedish journalists liberated after 14 months of imprisonment | African News Agency | Scoop.it
After fourteen months of imprisonment in Ethiopia for support of terrorism, the two Swedish journalists Martin Schibbye and Johan Persson, were liberated on Monday.
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The Ethiopian Prime minister Meles Zenawi died

The Ethiopian Prime minister Meles Zenawi died | African News Agency | Scoop.it

The Ethiopian Prime minister Meles Zenawi, in power for two decades, would have died in the services of the intensive care of the university private hospitals Saint-Luce in Brussels (Belgium).

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