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ESAT Addis Abeba Amharic News – Jan 30, 2019

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    ESAT Addis Abeba Tigrigna News – Jan 30, 2019

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      ESAT Oduu Afaan Oromoo Roobii – Jan 30, 2019

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        METEC former managers face additional charges of running diploma mill in collusion with UCLA professor

        By Engidu Woldie ESAT News (January 29, 2019) Additional charges have been brought against former managers of the Metals and Engineering Corporation (MeTEC), a military industrial complex at the center of Ethiopia’s grand corruption scandal. New charges show that the former managers were running a diploma mill, issuing MSc and PhD degrees in collusion with a fake University in the ...

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          Ethiopia: Dire Dawa plans to strike despite lull in street protests

          ESAT News (January 29, 2019) Organizers said there will be a strike by workers in Dire Dawa starting Wednesday to demand the release of hundreds of residents detained in the week long protest. On Friday, the national defense forces were deployed to the city to bring calm and order. One person was killed in a mob attack today and clashes ...

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            ESAT Addis Ababa Amharic News Jan 29, 2019

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              ESAT Addis Ababa Tigrigna News Jan 29, 2019

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                ESAT Oduu Afaan Oromoo Kibxata Jan 29, 2019

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                  Ethiopia: OLF soldiers kill two farmers in Amaro

                  By Engidu Woldie ESAT News (January 28, 2019) Reports reaching ESAT say soldiers for the Oromo Liberation Front (OLF) have killed two farmers in Amaro, Southern Ethiopia. News of the killings of the two farmers is feared to cast a shadow over recent peace agreements reached between the Front and the Oromo regional government. Public relations head with the Amaro ...

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                    Ethiopia: Former house speaker Dawit Yohannes passes away

                    by Engidu Woldie ESAT News (January 28, 2019) The first speaker of the House of People’s Representatives of Ethiopia has passed away of natural causes in the United States. Dawit Yohannes had been instrumental in the early years of the current government, serving as secretary of the commission set up to draft the constitution during the transitional government in the ...

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