Saturday, July 31, 2010

ባነጋጋሪው ሰርግ ጉዳይ የሙሽራውና የሙሽሪት አስተያየት

ከ1500 በላይ እድምተኞች በተገኙበት ሠርግ ላይ በመቅረቱ ሠርጉ ወደ ሐዘን እንዲቀየር አድርጓል የተባለው አቶ ታምሩ ንግግሩን የጀመረው ሁለቱ እሱና ለመሞሸር በዝግጅት ላይ የነበረችው ሲሳይ ግዛው ከዚህ ቀደም እንደሚተዋወቁ በማመን ነው፡፡ "እኔና ሲሳይ የተዋወቅነው በ1996 ዓ.ም. በአንድ የሠርግ ሥነ ሥርዓት ላይ ነው፡፡ ከዚያን ጊዜ ጀምሮ ለአንድ ዓመት ያህል በእጮኝነት ከቆየን በኋላ በባህሪ ስላልተግባባን በሰላም ተለያይተናል፤ ላለፉት አምስት ዓመታት ትደውልልኛለች እደውልላታለሁ፡፡ ከእግዚአብሔር ሰላምታ ውጭ ምንም ነገር ተነጋግረን አናውቅም፡፡ ተገናኝተንም አናውቅም፤" ብሏል፡፡ "ድግስ አስደግሼ፣ ሰው አስጠርቼ ለውርደት የምዘጋጅ ይመስላችኋል?" በማለት የምትጠይቀው ደግሞ ሙሽሪት ሲሳይ ግዛው ነች፡፡ ቡዙ ዘመናውያን አማኞች የልባቸውን ከተደራረሱ በኌላ የኔና አንቺ ግኑኝነት ወይም የኔና አንተን ግኑኝነት ጌታ አልፈቀደውም እያሉ መለያየታቸው ጸሀይ ያጠቆረው እውነታ ነው:: ዝርዝሩን እዚህ ያንብቡ::

Friday, July 30, 2010

Uganda bombings bring Africa together. Except Eritrea

But while presidents from Senegal to South Africa condemned the Kampala attacks as unjustifiable and called for more robust action against the Al Qaeda-linked Somali Islamist group Al Shabab, which claimed to be behind the bombings, one country had other ideas. Sometimes called Africa’s North Korea, Eritrea has hermetically sealed itself off from the outside world. Read more…

Pro- Democracy & Birtukan Mideksa’s fans hit on Face Book

Selam Le Ethiopia , and pro- Democracy and justice group , member of the social network, Face Book said it has got more than 3000 members who support for the campaign that focused for the immediate release of Judge Birtukan and other political prisoners in Ethiopia. Selam Le Ethiopia targets to increase its members up to 5000, before the end of 2010. The group praised those members who already showed their interests to its goals and it also requests all Ethiopians to join the group that would help to make difference. The group able to attract fans from all walks of life. Read more…

Minnesota man arrested in undercover operation

Sheriff Rick Lincoln said a 28-year-old man from Bloomington, Minn., was arrested at 12:57 p.m. Thursday when he traveled into Clinton County to meet a person he thought was under the age of 16. Instead, the man met a host of police. Read more...

Thursday, July 29, 2010

Ethiopian Government and UWSLF signed a peace agreement

The United West Somali Liberation Front signed a peace treaty with the government of Ethiopia. In a peace treaty held today July 29, 2010 at the Ghion Hotel Addis Ababa, the front agreed to shun from its anti peace actions. The leader of the front Sheik Ibrahim Hussein said he will work on the peace and security of the regions along with the government of Ethiopia. Read more...

Wednesday, July 28, 2010

Ethiopia finalizes construction of electricity transmission lines to its neighbors

Ethiopia is expected to begin supplying power to Kenya, Sudan and Djibouti as from next year. The electricity transmission lines are being set up with a multi-million US dollars support, obtained from the World Bank. Read more…

Tuesday, July 27, 2010

Diego Maradona's tenure as Argentina coach ends

"The executive committee unanimously resolved not to renew the contract with Mr Diego Maradona as coach of the Argentina national football team." AFA spokesman Ernesto Cherquis Bialo added: "Maradona's requirements were very far from the FA's possibilities."
Batista played in midfield alongside Maradona in the 1986 World Cup final and managed Argentina to gold at the 2008 Olympics. Read more…

Ethiopia's New Fingerprint System Breaks Down

The Feds started difficult negotiations with the South African company brought in by GCS to ensure that the problem is solved without damaging any of the sensitive data stored in the server. The experts recently suggested moving the whole system to their headquarters in South Africa. But the forensic department of the Federal Police strongly disagreed, refusing to send away information that concerns national security to a third party abroad. Read more…

North Korea vows nuclear response to US-South Korea drills

"The army and people of the (North) will legitimately counter with their powerful nuclear deterrence the largest-ever nuclear war exercises," the commission said in a statement carried by the country's official Korean Central News Agency. A day earlier in Hanoi, a North Korean spokesman for the delegation attending a regional security conference warned the drills would draw a "physical response" from Pyongyang. Read more…

Monday, July 26, 2010

Four Ethiopians To Participate in President Obama’s Forum with Young African Leaders

The Forum will bring together approximately 120 young leaders from civil society and the private sector representing more than forty countries in sub-Saharan Africa to meet with American counterparts and U.S. government officials and share insights on key themes of youth empowerment, good governance, and economic opportunity. President Obama will host a town hall meeting at the White House with these young leaders to discuss their vision for transforming their societies over the next fifty years. Read more…

Saturday, July 24, 2010

France coach Blanc drops all 23 World Cup players

The French federation said Friday in a statement it had granted Laurent Blanc , the newly appointed coach permission to suspend the players at his request. France was eliminated in the group stage at the World Cup, failing to win a game. The players also refused to train as a protest after Chelsea striker Nicolas Anelka was sent home following an expletive-laced tirade at then-coach Raymond Domenech. Read more…

Friday, July 23, 2010

የኮሌኔል መንግስቱ ሀ/ማርያም ትዝታዎች በመጽሀፍ ወጣ::

ይኸው ”የሌ/ኰ መንግሥቱ ኃይለማሪያም ትዝታዎች” የተሰኘው ቁጥር ሁለት መጽሐጽ ባለ 200 ገጽ ሲሆን፣ የመጽሐፉ የመሸጫ ዋጋ የኢትዮጵያ ብር 35 መሆኑን ለመረዳት ችለናል። በዛሬው ዕለት ማምሻውን ከምሽቱ አስራ አንድ ሰዓት ተኩል ላይ ለገበያ የተለቀቀውን ሁለት ሺህ ቅጂ በፍጥነት ማለቅ የተመለከቱ የመጽሐፍ አፍቃሪዎች፤ የመጽሐፉ ዋጋ በነጋዴዎችና በቸርቻሪዎች ሊያሻቅብ እንደሚችል ያላቸውን ግምት ለኢትዮጵያ ዛሬ ድረ ገጽ ገልጸዋል። የመጽሐፉ ዋጋ በኢትዮጵያ እየታተሙ ካሉት መጻሕፍት ጋር ሲወዳደር እጅግ ዝቅተኛ መሆኑን የገለጹት የመጽሐፍ አፍቃሪዎች በምሣሌነት በዚህ በያዝነው ዓመት ታትመው ለገበያ የቀረቡትን መጻሕፍት ጠቅሰዋል። ከነዚህም ውስጥ የፕ/ር መስፍን ወልደማሪያም ”አገቱኒ” የተሰኘውና በቅርቡ የወጣው መጽሐፍ የኦፊሴል የመሸጫ ዋጋ ብር 50 መሆኑን እና የአቶ ልደቱ አያሌው ”መድሎት” የተሰኘው መጽሐፍ ደግሞ በኦፊሴል በብር 60 መሸጡን ጠቅሰዋል። ተጨማሪ ያንብቡ>>>

India unveils prototype of $35 tablet computer

Mamta Varma, a ministry spokeswoman, said falling hardware costs and intelligent design make the price tag plausible. The tablet doesn't have a hard disk, but instead uses a memory card, much like a mobile phone. The tablet design cuts hardware costs, and the use of open-source software also adds to savings, she said. Varma said several global manufacturers, including at least one from Taiwan, have shown interest in making the low-cost device, but no manufacturing or distribution deals have been finalized. She declined to name any of the companies. Read more...

Africa boosts Somalia force

The announcement came during ministerial meetings ahead of the continental body's 15th leaders' summit and less than two weeks after Somalia's Shebab rebels bombed Kampala in a bid to force the Ugandan-led force to withdraw. "Guinea is ready to immediately dispatch a battalion," AU chief Jean Ping said at a press conference. "We are going to quickly top the 8,000 mark... I think the current trend could take us over 10,000." Read more…

Thursday, July 22, 2010

Women stabbed to death short after the police report

Masrat Almo was stabbed repeatedly on a Petah Tikva street. Police arrested the suspect after being called to the scene by neighbors, and found him sitting by the body, which still had a knife lodged in it when officers arrived. Read more…

Wednesday, July 21, 2010

Lightning on Ethiopia wedding kills three

Addis Ababa - Lighting struck a wedding ceremony in western Ethiopia, killing three people, police said on Tuesday.
The victims, a man and two women who were talking on their mobile phones, were stuck on Sunday afternoon in Assosa, nearly 700km west of the capital, local police told the state-run Ethiopian News Agency.
Four other guests were also hit during the wedding but have since recovered after receiving treatment. - Sapa-AFP

Does Relocation Spell Relief or Recede?

“My children [and I] are going to starve to death when I leave. . . because my survival depends on this place,” said, Elfenesh, whose livelihood is closely knit with the area she lives in now, wiping the tears from her face with her long dress. She believes the business she is engaged in now will not be as fruitful when she leaves, as most of her loyal customers, who rent houses from other people, will not be relocating with her. Amarech amelawi 35 has a different opinion. She sells boiled potatoes with mitmita (crushed red chilli) at 1.50 Br. It has been her only source of income since her husband left her. As a single mother who is HIV-positive herself, everyday comes with its own challenges to survive and to provide for her daughter. Despite her low income, she has taken loans from relatives and neighbours to make the 20pc down payment on a condominium house. “I know I am not going to continue this business when I move from here, but I am planning to start baking injera and preparing spices,” she said. Read more..

The three dimensional image of the Pope: Is it Right or Wrong?

Most members of the church and residents are unimpressed by the idea of a living patriarch depicted in stone image in front of a church in what looks like a heathen practice.They see a spiritual leader growing megalomaniacal and running roughshod for the canons of the church. Others say the statue is wasteful and untimely at a time when the church is going through financial difficulty. Read more...

Tuesday, July 20, 2010

Ethiopia lands Chinese loan approval for mega Gilgel Gibe III hydro-power project

This financial challenge prompted Ethiopia to shift its focus from Western finance sources. China has agreed to provide the loan (500 million dollars) on a long term basis. The agreement reached between Ethiopia and China will see the former offer Gibe’s electro and hydro mechanical works to China. Read more...

Monday, July 19, 2010

'She held her so close': Witness saw slain mother cradling her baby before stabbing

Awad said he was taking a break from work when he sat down across from the victim and her baby in a lounge area in the apartment's lobby. He told the victim he thought her daughter was cute, but, he said, the victim didn't respond. She just continued to hug and kiss her baby, he said Sunday night. "It looked like she knew something was going to happen to her and she wanted to spend all her time holding and loving her daughter." Awad said he saw police bring the baby, who he said looked to be about four to six months old, outside after they responded to her mother's stabbing. He said he gave them water for the girl. He said he is shocked and saddened by what happened. Read more…

Israeli armed jets encircled Ethiopian passenger plane over terrorism fear

In yesterday's incident, the pilot, whose plane was over the Red Sea when the IAF jets surrounded it, failed to transmit the correct code at a predetermined distance to a control center in Beit Dagan. The personal identification code is intended to show that the pilot at the controls is the one who has been authorized to fly the plane. Read more…





Yemen to deport 63 Ethiopian illegal immigrants

The Ethiopians, all of them women, are now in the custody of the Immigration and Nationality Passports Authority in Taiz Province near western Red Sea, according to a statement from the Interior Ministry. Necessary arrangements have been made for the deportation. Read more…

IGAD defense staff gathers in Ethiopia on Somali issue

The on-going closed session is being held in the presence of chiefs of defense staff and military experts from IGAD member states, namely, Ethiopia, Uganda, Djibouti, Kenya, Sudan and Somalia. The forum is being held to assess the IGAD summit decision, which was held a week ago in Addis Ababa, where the leaders decided to deploy additional 2,000 peacekeeping forces to Somalia. Read more…

Saturday, July 17, 2010

BP Gulf oil spill fix: So far, so good,

Less than a day after BP announced it finally stopped an exploded underwater well from spewing oil into the Gulf of Mexico, the company says its fix is still working. BP's vice president, Kent Wells, says the pressure pushing up against the containment cap that covers the well is good. Read more…

African Union vows to defeat Somali terrorists

"The AU is committed to the fight against terrorism and to defeat terrorists and terrorism," the Commissioner said. African leaders passed a resolution during a meeting in Sirte, Libya, to pursue all measures to stop the financing of terrorism and terrorist organizations. Ambassador Lamamra said the AU had treaties to guard against terrorism which would be implemented. Somalia's Al Shabaab, linked to the global terrorist network, the Al Qaeda, has claimed responsibility for the attacks in Kampala on 11 July, which targeted fans watching the World Cup final match. Read more...

Friday, July 16, 2010

Ethiopia calls for annihilation of al-Shabaab

Somalia's al-Qaeda-inspired al-Shabaab, which claimed responsibility for deadly bombings in Uganda, should be "annihilated", Ethiopian Prime Minister Meles Zenawi said on Thursday. These people are enemies of mankind who are ready to massacre innocent people without any consideration," added Meles, who was in New York to attend talks on climate change with United Nations officials. Read more…

Buddies helping to improve life in Ethiopia

SCIAF taught the family better farming techniques so they can grow a greater variety of crops. And business skills were also on the agenda to help them get the best possible price for their produce at the local market. Mr Gebreselassie said: “We used to be very hungry but it’s much better now than before. There is water and we can grow tomatoes, onions and peppers.” His wife, Berhan, added: “Thanks to our training, we know the real price of different foods and can make a profit at the market. “With the extra money, we buy food and cooking oil and can now afford to send our children to school. Read more...

Thursday, July 15, 2010

Ethiopia Plans Power Exports to Sudan After Rains Boost Dams

Gilgel Gibe II, which halted production in January following a tunnel collapse, is expected to resume output by the end of July. Production at Tana Beles, the country's largest plant, and Tekeze is also expected to be at full capacity following recent rains. The three plants produce a combined 1,180 megawatts of power. “We have lots of water in all our reservoirs," said Mekuria Lemma, head of strategic management and programming at Ethiopian Electric Power Corp in an interview on July 12 in the capital, Addis Ababa. "We are in a good position now." Read more…

Driver: 'No black Ethiopians on my bus'

The driver added: "All of these kushim [a derogatory term for Africans] should be sent back to Ethiopia. You are a stupid nation, and you damage our land."
The passenger asked the driver not to speak to her, and in response, the driver grabbed her skirt, not allowing her to proceed onto the bus. At a hearing conducted by Egged, the driver did not express regret and did not apologize. Read more...

Tuesday, July 13, 2010

Police finds unexploded suicide vest, several arrests made

A Ugandan military intelligence source told Reuters on Tuesday that intelligence officials had received a tip-off last month that an attack was being planned."On June 17 an informer from the Kisenyi suburb of Kampala told intelligence that some Somalis were planning an attack during the World Cup," the source said.The official said more than 20 people, Somalis and Ugandans, were involved in planning the attacks. "So far we have arrested six people from that racket," he said. Read more…

Monday, July 12, 2010

13 people died and 30 others Ethiopians wounded.

13 people from Ethiopia and Eritrea killed in Uganda bomb attack, and 30 others Ethiopians wounded , said a source close to Ugandian security agency. On the other news, a senior al Shabab official in Mogadishu said "We have killed many Christians in the enemy capital (Kampala)." Read more…

Uganda Says Islamists behind Bombings That Killed 64

“I am not sure who is responsible, but it is my pleasure to hear such a story,” said Sheikh Abdikarim Abdulahi Yusuf, an al-Shabaab leader. Uganda has 2,700 soldiers in Somalia and Burundi has 2,550, according to the website of the Francophone Research Network on Peace Operations. The leader of al-Shabaab, known as Abu-Zubeyr, last week threatened to take revenge on Ugandan and Burundi citizens for the deaths of civilians in Somalia. Read more...

Sunday, July 11, 2010

Twin blasts at the Ethiopian village ‘kill 23 people'

"The information we have indicates 13 people have died here at the Ethiopian Village [restaurant] and many others are injured and more than 10 people are reported to have died at the rugby club," Mr Kayihura told Reuters news agency at the scene of one blast. Read more...

Saturday, July 10, 2010

CCC buys wheat for Ethiopia, Malawi, Afghanistan

CHICAGO (Reuters) - The U.S. Agriculture Department's Commodity Credit Corp (CCC) said on Thursday that it bought 55,760 tonnes of U.S. hard red winter wheat for donation to Ethiopia, Malawi and Afghanistan. The purchase was valued at $11.16 million and made from Cargill and Louis Dreyfus at $196.34 to $206.40 per tonne FOB. Delivery to vessel is August 2-12 with shipment from Houston, Texas. The U.S. government is the largest provider of food aid in the world. A copy of the sale is available at
ftp://ftp.fsa.usda.gov/public/grain/default.htm

Iranian mother's death by stoning has been stopped

According to a BBC report, Sakineh Mohammadi Ashtiani, will no longer be stoned to death, but it is still not clear what her fate will be. Sakineh, a 43 year old mother of two, has been imprisoned in Tabriz, since 2006, on an adultery conviction. She has already been punished with 99 lashes, given in front of her children. Read more…

Somalia president returned safely to his palace.

During IGAd's meeting in Ethiopian, president Sheik Sharif Sheik Ahmed had talked more about the situation of the country to the high members of IGAD and lastly the heads from the 6 countries and other members of the international community agreed to send 2000 peacekeeping forces to Somalia to take part restoring peace and stability of Somalia. Read more…

Cab Driver Accused Of Falling Asleep Denies Complaints

Tensae, who has driven a taxi in Indianapolis for nine years, said he's never had a complaint before.
"A guy asleep behind the wheel is still alive today? I categorically deny it," he said. "I appreciate that she woke me up, I would have to remember. Don't someone remember?" In the second incident, Tensae said the passenger, who he picked up at 71st Street and Interstate 465, told him to drive to Palomino. Thinking he meant the Palomino restaurant downtown, Tensae said he drove southbound on the interstate before the man clarified that he meant the Palomino Ballroom near Zionsiville. Read more…

Friday, July 9, 2010

The Eritrean Embassy in Tripoli delivered ID to 400 Eritreans to stay

Libya said on Thursday that it has granted some 400 Eritreans permission to stay after human rights group warnings that refugees and asylum seekers among them risked abuse if forcibly repatriated. "The Eritrean embassy in Tripoli is going to deliver identity cards to those concerned so that those who want to can stay in Libya," the ministry said, adding that around 400 people were affected. Read more about this new deal between Tripoli and The Eritrean Embassy in Libya …

The founder of University museum of Addis abeba dies

Born in Riga, Latvia Oct. on 21, 1915, he obtained a law degree at Warsaw University before serving in the Polish Army in 1937 and 1938. According to Chojnacki's book, 25 years of service at the university college and the Institute of Ethiopian Studies in Addis Ababa from 1950 to 1975, the series of events that led him to Ethiopia began during the Second World War. On Sept. 1, 1939, Germany attacked Poland. "My nine days of warfare was followed by close to five years as a prisoner of war in Germany," wrote Chojnacki. Read more…

Thursday, July 8, 2010

Ethiopia bids farewell to oppositions MP

The outgoing opposition MPs and members of the House of People’s Representative (lower house) as well as the House of Federation (upper house) have been handed appreciation certificate for their five-year contribution in the parliament. The farewell ceremony was held on Wednesday evening at the national palace in the presence of Ethiopian PM Meles Zenawi and diplomats based in Ethiopia. Read more…

Wednesday, July 7, 2010

Maradona’s many assists to Uruguay’s Forlan

When Forlan’s sister Alejandra was paralyzed in a car accident that killed her boyfriend in 1991, Maradona stepped in to assist with fundraising efforts that eased the financial plight of the family, which had seen its comfortable middle-class existence ripped apart by medical bills of more than $250,000. His sister’s plight was what convinced Forlan, then 12 years old, to dedicate himself to a career in soccer instead of tennis, determined to make enough money to make his sister’s life as comfortable as possible. Read the amazing story how the prominent athlete Diego Armando Maradona saved the life of Forlan’s sister…

Muhammad Abbas requests Ethiopia to find peaceful solution between Israel and Palestine

Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO), Mahmoud Abbas requested Ethiopia to further strengthen its efforts to find peaceful solution for problem between Israel and Palestine. Abbas lauded Ethiopia’s unreserved support to solve problem between Israel and Palestine peacefully. Read more…

Tuesday, July 6, 2010

Alleged World Cup Visa Scam Nets Millions

Yidenekachew Abebe, 28, was a farmer in the Southern Nations, Nationalities, and Peoples (SNNP) Regional State town of Hosanna, until recently, when he sold his farmland and came to Addis Abeba. Here he paid almost 37,600 Br to Askallucan Trading Plc which was promoting a package for people to go watch the FIFA World Cup in South Africa. However, he was denied an entry visa to South Africa and the dream that brought him out of his village to the city remained just that – a dream.
Yidenekachew joined hundreds of people who had met a similar fate, sitting outside Askallucan Trading’s office in Arat Kilo, near Ginfele Bridge on Elizabeth II Street on Tuesday, June 29.
Unfazed by the cold and cloudy weather, the mob went looking for Girmay G. Michael, vice general manager of Askallucan Trading -who had guaranteed them visas to South Africa. Now they are demanding their money back. Read more...

The Garima gospels could be the oldest illustrated Christian work in the world, experts have claimed.

Illustrations of the saints Matthew, Mark, Luke and John are all included in the book along with what may be the first ever Christian illustration of a building, the Temple of the Jews. The Garima Gospels, which are believed to have magical powers, have never left the monastery. Read more…

“Somalia is in the hands of al-Qaeda and extremist groups.” Says President

"Somalia is in the hands of al-Qaeda and extremist groups. The whole issue needs urgent treatment," Ahmed told leaders from the six-nation group in Addis Ababa. Speaking through an interpreter, the Somali leader said his fragile government is facing its most dangerous phase from al-Qaida-linked insurgents who control much of the country. "I would like to tell you that Somalia is going through its most dangerous phase in recent times and we are asking for intensified efforts in order to set up an effective military strategy," he added. Read more…

Sunday, July 4, 2010

Rwanda suspect transferred genocide to UN tribunal

In 2001 he was indicted by the UN-backed ICTR for genocide, conspiracy to commit genocide and extermination as a crime against humanity. Until his arrest in western Uganda on Wednesday, Uwinkindi was among 11 suspects still at large and wanted by the ICTR, based in Tanzania's northern town of Arusha. The US State Department had offered a reward of 5 million dollars for information leading to his arrest. Read more...

Ethiopian maid commits suicide after arriving in Kuwait

The maid was found dead shortly after she entered her new room to arrange her belongings. Police in Kuwait are seeking to solve the mystery of an Ethiopian domestic help who committed suicide one hour after arriving in the country. According to Al Dar daily, the maid, who was not named, was found dead shortly after she entered her new room to arrange her belongings. The house owner's wife said that she discovered her lying on the room floor with a rope around her neck. The police in Al Jahra, northwest of Kuwait City, have launched an investigation. Source (Gulf News)

Saturday, July 3, 2010

Ethiopia Introducing One Birr Coins Soon

Coin makers from the United Kingdom, Germany, Canada, Australia and France took part in the bid, which was won by the Canadian company. The Canadian company will mint 411 million coins that will be used starting this fiscal year. The new coins are suitable for use by vending machines and coin-operated phones of the Ethiopian Telecommunications Corporation (ETC). Although the engraving of the usual lion’s head will be kept on one side, the features on the other side is to be selected from a collection of designs by the NBE. Read more...

Liliam Thuram urges France to ban Patrice Evra


French World Cup winner Liliam Thuram has said current captain Patrice Evra must never play for France again. Read more…

አለም አቀፍ የሊስትሮዎች ቀን በታላቅ ድምቀት ተከበረ::

ባለም ዙሪያ ላሉ ሊስትሮች ክብር ለመስጠት ተብሎ በተደረገው በዚሁ ደማቅ ዝግጅት ላይ ከ 1000 በላይ ሊስትሮች እንደትገኙ ለማወቅ ተችሏል:: ከዝህም በተጨማሪ ከጀርመን ሊስትሮች ጋር ያለውን የአላማና የትግል አንድነት ለመግለጽ አምስት ሺ አሮጌ የሊስትሮ ሳጥኖች ከኢትዮጵያ ወደ ጀርመን እንዲላኩ የተወሰነ ሲሆን እንደ ማህበሩ ፕሬዝዳንት የተከበሩ አቶ ያሬድ ገ/ስላሴ ገለጻ የሊስትሮቹ ሳጥኖች በበርሊን ከተማ ውስጥ ለሁለት ሳምንት ያህል የጫማ ማጽዳት ስራ ይካሄድባቸዋል:: በስነ-ስርአቱ ላይ ከኬንያ " ኪዊ" ቀለም ፋብሪካ የመጡ ተወካዮች የተገኙ ሲሆን አጋርነታቸውን ለመግለጽ ለሊስትሮቹ አንድ አንድ ኪዊ ቀለም ለግሰዋል:: ተጨማሪ ያንብቡ>>>

Ethiopia witnesses conjoined twins’ birth.

Dr. Anbesse added that both the babies and the mother are in good condition. “ But the doctor revealed that the mother does not want to feed the twins and she does not even want to see them. “It looks as if she is afraid of the stigma she will most likely face. She is thinking that it might be God’s way of punishing her.” He added that the media should help her find people who might be interested to raise the babies. Click here to read more about the amazing story ...