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  • ሚሸል ኦባማ ከናይጀሪያ ሴቶች ጋር እንደሚቆሙ አስታወቁ

    ናይጀሪያ ውስጥ ቦኮ ሃራም በሚባለው ፅንፈኛ ቡድን የተጠለፉ ወደ 300 የሚጠጉ ልጃገረዶችን ለመፈለግ ለሚደረገው ዓለምአቀፍ ጥረት ድጋፍ ለመስጠት የዩናይትድ ስቴትስ ቀዳሚት እመቤት ሚሼል ኦባማ ሃሽታግ ብሪንግ ባክ አወር ገርልስ (#BringBackOurGirls) - ልጆቻችንን መልሱ የሚል መልዕክት ይዘው የተነሱትን ፎቶግራፍ ትናንት በትዊተር ለቅቀዋል፡፡

    የናይጀሪያ ሴቶች የሴቶች መብቶች ጉዳይ ነው ብለው በሚያምኑት በዚህ እንቅስቃሴ ውስጥ ሚስ ኦባማ ያደረጉትና ከጎናቸውም መቆማቸው ልባቸውን የነካው መሆኑን እየገለፁ ነው፡፡

    አንዳንድ የፀጥታ ተንታኞች ደግሞ የዩናይትድ ስቴትስ በጉዳዩ ውስጥ መግባት ከሚኖረው ፋይዳ ይልቅ ጉዳቱ ሊያይል ይችላል የሚል ሥጋት እያሰሙ ነው፡፡

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  • የግብፅ ዕጩ ፕሬዚዳንት ኤል-ሲሲ መነጋገር ይፈልጋሉ

    “የአባይ ውኃ ለግብፅ የመኖርና ያለመኖር ጉዳይ ነው” ሲሉ የግብፅ ፕሬዚዳንታዊ ዕጩና የቀድሞው የጦር ኃይሎቿ አዛዥ አብደል-ፋታህ ኤል-ሲሲ ተናግረው ከኢትዮጵያ ጋር ግን በመግባባት መሥራት እንደሚያስፈልግ በሁለት የቴሌቪዥን ጣቢያዎች በቀጥታ በተላለፈ ቃለ-ምልልሳቸው ገልፀዋል፡፡

    አንድ የኢትዮጵያ መንግሥት ባለሥልጣን ደግሞ የኤል-ሲሲ ንግግር ከቀድሞዎቹ መሪዎች የተለየ ሆኖ እንዳላገኙት ገልፀው ይሁን እንጂ ፕሬዚዳንት ሆነው ከተመረጡና ያሉትን በተግባር ከፈፀሙ “ከግማሽ መንገድ በላይ ሄደን እንቀበላቸዋለን” ሲሉ ለቪኦኤ ማምሻውን አመልክተዋል፡፡ 

    አቶ ፈቅአሕመድ ነጋሽ - በኢትዮጵያ የውኃና ኢነርጂ ሚኒስቴር የወሰንና ወሰን ተሻጋሪ ወንዞች ዳይሬክቶሬት ዋና ዳይሬክተር


    ቀጣዩ ፕሬዚዳንት ሳይሆኑ አይቀሩም እየተባለ በስፋት የሚወራላቸው አብደል-ፋታህ ኤል-ሲሲ ለፕሬዚዳንትነት እንደሚወዳደሩ ካሳወቁ ወዲህ የመጀሪያውን የቴሌቪዥን ቃለ ምልልስ ላሚስ ኤል ሃዲዲ፣ እንዲሁም ኢብራሂም ኢሣ ከሚባሉ ጋዜጠኞች ጋር አድርገዋል፡፡

    ኤል-ሲሲ ሲቢሲ ከሚባለው የግል ቴሌቪዥን ጣቢያና በተመሣሣይ ጊዜም ኦን-ቲቪ በሚባል ሌላ ጣቢያ በተሠራጨው ረዥም ቃለምልልሳቸው የተነተኑት የመጭ ፖሊሲያቸው ንድፍ የሚመስል ሃሣባቸውን ነው፡፡


    የአባይ ወንዝ፣ የኅዳሴ ግድብና ከኢትዮጵያ ጋር ያሉ ግንኙነቶች ጉዳዮችም ተነስተዋል፡፡

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  • 3 Egyptians caught in Gambella, accused of spying

    GAMBELLA - The regional state government  of Gambella caught today 3 Egyptian nationals who penetrated to the the region via the war torn South Sudan in what the regional government of Ethiopia believed to be a spying mission to find information about the country's  Renaissance Dam. The the three men named as Yusuf Haj, Ismail Azizi and Hassan Garai were caught in separate locations of the region. 
     
    Yusuf went to Abobo on a fake tourist pass to see the Abobo dam of the Abobo county (Woreda). The locals in Abobo worried about the suspicious activities he was making near the dam and that prompted his arrest by the local police. He was then transferred to the regional  administration in Gambella for further investigation and detentions.
     
    The other two were caught at a bus station in Gambella trying to board a bus to Benshangul - Gumuz state without security passes. Benshangul-Gumuz near blue Nile is where the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) is located.

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  • Egypt can invade Algeria in three days, Al-Sisi warns

    The Egyptian presidential hopeful, former Minister of Defense and leader of the July 3 military coup Abdel-Fattah Al-Sisi said Thursday that the Egyptian army is capable of invading Algeria "in three days," Algerian media reported.

    According to the Algerian news website Al-Shorouk Online, Sisi told an audience of University teaching staff that the Egyptian army is capable of protecting the western borders against any assault by the so-called Free Egyptian Army.

    "The Egyptian army is strong… before anyone is hurt on the western borders, the army will be there. This is a warning to the Free Army. And if anything happens, I can invade Algeria in three days, if any Egyptian person is harmed," Sisi said.

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  • Nigerian police: 223 kidnapped girls still missing

    Nigerian authorities specified Friday that a total of 276 schoolgirls were taken last month by militants from a boarding school, but 53 of them escaped, leaving 223 still in the hands of their captors, police said.Those numbers are higher than previously reported. Authorities had been saying about 230 girls were abducted in the dead of night at a high school in the country's northeast region -- a hotbed for the Islamist group Boko Haram -- and roughly 200 of the girls were missing.Authorities quickly added Friday that the new figure for missing girls -- 223 -- could grow as police fill in spotty school enrollment records.At a minimum, Friday's announcement provided a clearer picture of how many girls are still missing."After thorough investigation by the police and other security agencies we have been able to compile a list of 276 girls initially abducted from the school," said Lawan Tanko, the Borno state police commissioner."Out of this number 53 were able to escape while 223 are still being held by the kidnappers," Tanko said. "This list may not be exhaustive because there could be other missing girls excluded because their parents may not have registered their names, which is why we have made announcement calling on parents whose girls were missing at the school to come forward and submit the name of their missing children."On April 16, armed men herded the girls out of bed and forced them into trucks in the town of Chibok. The convoy of trucks then disappeared into the dense forest bordering Cameroon.Angry Nigerians contend authorities are not doing enough. They took to social media using hashtags #BringBackOurGirls and #BringBackOurDaughters to demand more from the government.but Nigeria's Defense Ministry said it's committed to the search.Boko Haram's name translates to "Western education is a sin" in the local language.The group especially opposes the education of women. Under its version of Sharia law, women should be at home raising children and looking after their husbands, not at school learning to read and write.Human rights groups say the militants kidnap girls to perform chores and sexual services.

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