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ANDM -Endurance & Renewal- London NOV 2016 (Source: Ethiopian Embassy-UK )

Tigrai Tv: ወከልቲ ኣምሓራ ናብ ትግራይ መፂኦም ኣብ ጉዳይ ተጋሩ ተመዛበልቲ ጎንደር ዝገበርዎ ዘተ

Ethio-UK Relations London Oct 2016 (Ethiopian EmbassyUK)

ኢትዮጵያ ከእጃችን አምልጣለች ግብፅ (Ethiopia Prosperous)

Ethio-Somali’s in the UK defending Federalism

Tigrai Tv: ኢድ ኣእታውነት ግብፂ ኣብ ግድብ ህዳሰ ኢትዮጵያ

The following video reports are clear evidences how much Egypt is meddling in Ethiopia’s internal political affairs for her own interest in the waters of the Blue Nile. Ethiopia is not that stupid not to know her own internal and external enemies that are prepared to dismantle her history and national integrity! EGYPT, HANDS OFF ETHIOPIA!!!

BIBLICAL PROPHESY:
“A sword shall come on Egypt, and anguish shall be in Ethiopia, when the slain shall fall in Egypt; and they shall take away her multitude, and her foundations shall be broken down…” (Ezekiel 30:4).

The Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (Videos)

Documentary – The Longest Dam In Africa – Tekeze

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Pope Francis in Georgia – Visit to the Patriarch Ilia II

GIBE DAM III

PM Netanyahu Speaks Before the Ethiopian Parliament on July 7, 2016

Ethiopia elected to serve UN Security Council – HahuDaily News

New Hawzen Martyrs’ Memorial Technical School Built (Source: TV Tigrai)

Vociferous Eritreans Demonstrate in Geneva on June 23, 2016

Commission of Inquiry on Eritrea – Press Conference (Geneva, 8 June 2016)

#EBC አዲስ አበባ እየፈካች ያለች ውብ ከተማ !…ግንቦት 13፡2008 ዓ.ም

#EBCየትምህርት ተደራሽነት እና ግንቦት 20…ግንቦት 13፡2008 ዓ.ም

#EBCገፀ – በረከት…ግንቦት 13፡2008 ዓ.ም

ምህዋር ……… የካቲት 19 2008 ዓ.ም

Selected Video News from Ethiopian Reporter TV (English)

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How the 41st Anniversary of Lekatit 11 Was Celebrated in Washington DC (USA) (Source: Birhane Abay)

Blind and hateful politics and racial/tribal bigotries of Ethiopian political movements won’t benefit Ethiopia… It would probably lead the country to another worse catastrophic political chaos and bloodshed like to the ones we had been witnessing in the neighboring Somalia and the South Sudan which had caused tremendous loss of lives and human sufferings for decades…! Ethiopia needs not ongoing wars and conflicts but rather political stability and economic and technological developments for its peoples that had suffered for so a longtime from a chronic poverty and developmental and technological backwardness!

Center for Strategic & International Studies Held Panel Discussions On Sustaining Ethiopia’s Progress in Health (Source: CSIS)

Diaspora Policy Panel – London Ethiopian Embassy 2016 (Source: Ethiopian EmbassyUK )

Tigray State Conference 2016 on Good Governance (Source: Tigrai TV)

Virtual Visit to Mekelle City, Tigray (Ethiopia) in 2015 (Source: tigray.net)

Two Countries One Economy

Agame Cultural Song by Sofia

Discussion on the the outcome of the National Good Governance Study – Part 1 & 2 (Source: Ethiopian Embassy Washington D.C.)

Vehicle industry flourishes in Ethiopia (Source: NTVUganda)

Ethiopian Industrial Park – Ethio-Chinese Project (Source: (UTNA.Org)

Ethiopian Development Endeavour-London 2015 (Source: Ethiopian Embassy UK)

Why Eritrea’s children are fleeing to Ethiopia?

Ethiopia in History Documentaries

Ethiopia Land of Tomorrow

Mekelle The Northern Star

Video-Music Play about Rising Mekelle

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Robbie COREY-BOULET,
AFP

Dawhan (Ethiopia) (AFP) – When Zaid Aregawi learned that Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed won this year’s Nobel Peace Prize, her first thought was of her brother Alem, who is languishing in jail across the border in Eritrea.

He crossed over five months ago carrying wood for an Eritrean businessman — exactly the kind of trade that people in the border region hoped would flourish after Abiy and Eritrean President Isaias Afwerki signed a peace deal last year.

But Eritrean soldiers arrested Alem Aregawi without explanation, making him one of scores of Ethiopians who officials say have recently been taken into custody by Eritrean security forces.

For Ethiopians like Zaid Aregawi, the detentions are the most troubling sign that the peace deal — the main reason Abiy was awarded his Nobel — has yet to be fully realised.

“If there is no free movement from both sides, what is the point of the peace deal?” she asked in an interview with AFP. “They say there is peace, however we have got big problems along the border.”

Abiy’s attention is currently consumed by ethnic and religious clashes that broke out last week in the capital Addis Ababa and Ethiopia’s Oromia region, leaving nearly 70 dead and highlighting divisions within his ethnic Oromo support base.

Meanwhile, hundreds of kilometres north, frustration with his Eritrea deal is mounting in cities and towns nestled among the steep escarpments of Ethiopia’s northern Tigray region — the area most affected by the 1998-2000 border war and the long, bitter stalemate that followed.

Residents of Ethiopia’s northernmost villages complain of a lack of progress on demarcating the two countries’ shared 1,000-kilometre (600-mile) border.

Eritrean refugees — who still cross into Ethiopia by the hundreds each day, according to the United Nations — note that peace has not moderated the behaviour of Isaias, widely considered one of the world’s most repressive leaders.

And nearly everyone laments that bilateral relations hinge on meetings between Abiy and Isaias, with little input from people on the ground. (Source: AFP)

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