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By Tajuddin
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Jul 20th, 2014
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Addis Ababa (DIPLOMAT) The French beverage giant Castel, which bottled its first batch of Ethiopian wine this year, is helping change the way outsiders view the country and doing its bit to boost government hopes of attracting foreign investment. Beyond the donkeys on a potholed road in southern Ethi...
By Tajuddin
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Jul 20th, 2014
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Juba (DIPLOMAT)- South Sudanese rebels have launched an offensive to retake a key town near the border with Ethiopia in what the UN says is a clear violation of a truce agreement. “This attack represents the most serious resumption of hostilities” since President Salva Kiir and his former...
By Tajuddin
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Jul 20th, 2014
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Addis Ababa (AFP + DIPLOMAT) A group of Ethiopian bloggers and journalists held in jail for nearly three months have been charged with terrorism for having links to an outlawed group and for planning attacks, a judge said. The seven members of the blogging collective Zone Nine and three journalists w...
By Tajuddin
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Jul 20th, 2014
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Nairobi (DIPLOMAT)- A dusk to dawn curfew has been declared in Lamu a day after seven people, including four policemen, were killed. Inspector-General of Police David Kimaiyo last evening announced the ban as security agencies grapple with runaway insecurity in the county for the last one month. Mr K...
By Tajuddin
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Jul 20th, 2014
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Nairobi (AFP + DIPLOMAT) – Three years to the day since a famine that eventually killed more than a quarter of a million people was declared in Somalia, aid agencies warned Sunday the country faced a new catastrophe without urgent aid. A joint statement issued by a group of charities and aid ag...
By Tajuddin
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Jul 20th, 2014
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Nairobi ( DIPLOMAT)- According to news reports, the dead bodies of 3 men on of whom is Somali Kenyan are sighted within the country. Witnesses told Local Radio in Mogadishu over the phone that the Somali citizens were businessmen working and residing in Nairobi. It was also reported that Kenyan polic...

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