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China in Africa: Rebuilding Addis

Posted 15th November 2007By Adam Blenford BBC News, Addis AbabaThe Chinese shun the limelight in Ethiopia's capital, but traces of them are rarely far...

Chavez Calls for Cheap Oil Plan

CARACAS, Venezuela, Nov. 14Venezuelan leader Hugo Chavez has called on oil-rich nations to dramatically reduce what they charge poor countries for the commodity. The...

World Bank says poor should have broader access to financial services

Posted 14th November 2007, 14:26 GMTBy HARRY DUNPHY Associated Press WriterMicrocredit, loans to poor people in developing countries to help them start businesses, has been...

UN envoy calls for international justice to stem violence in Somalia

NAIROBI, 14 November 2007 (IRIN)The UN envoy for Somalia has urged the international community to consider using international justice to curb the violence...

Security Council calls on Ethiopia and Eritrea to resolve boundary dispute

Posted 14th November 2007, 04:47 GMT13 November 2007 The Security Council today urged Ethiopia and Eritrea to implement without delay a 2002 ruling on...

Ethiopian group wants Inhofe to support bill

Updated: 17:31 GMT Posted 14th November 2007Associated Press - November 13, 2007, 5:13 PM ESTBy MURRAY EVANS Associated Press WriterOKLAHOMA CITY (AP) -- About 75...

Senator Inhofe: I do not currently have a hold on HR 2003

Updated 14th November 2007, 13:23 GMTETHIOPIAN-AMERICANS and FRIENDS of ETHIOPIA in OKLAHOMA For H.R. 2003 issued a Press Release for the Successful First Week...

New deal between Kenya & TPLF to smoke out OLF

Story by NATION Correspondent Publication Date: 11/14/2007Kenya and Ethiopia have agreed to flush out Oromo Liberation Front insurgents on their common border.The deal was...

Three Somali Radio Stations Shut Down in Two Days

By Joe De capua Washington 13 November 2007n Somalia, the Transitional Federal Government (TFG) has shut down three radio stations over the past two days....

Ethiopia: Country Second Worst TB-Hit in Africa – Survey

The Daily Monitor (Addis Ababa) 13 November 2007Addis AbabaEthiopia ranks second in Africa on the list of countries most affected by tuberculosis, a new survey...

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