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Son of Abbaa Gadaa of Tulama Oromo killed

The son of the Abbaa Gadaa (traditional governor) of...

At least 10 Fano factions in armed resistance in Amhara, new report says

A report by the UK-funded Peace Research Facility (PRF)...

Ethiopian refugees in Somaliland and Somalia face xenophobic attacks following port deal

The Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) signed on January 1st...

Safia Aidid

Safia Aidid is an interdisciplinary historian of modern Africa at the University of Toronto. She holds a Ph.D. from Harvard University.

A Journey to Harar

In Mexican-Ethiopian filmmaker Jessica Beshir’s Faya Dayi, khat is more than an important export product in a capitalist economy; she captures khat’s roles and meanings in everyday Harari life.

The Ghosts of Adwa

The fundamental paradox of Adwa is this: the very Ethiopia that inscribed with anti-colonial meanings after its victory over European colonialism was a colonizing state itself.

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