• Ethiopia Would Not Dare Establish GERD During My Era - Hosni Mubarak

    June 22, 2017 - An unverified voice recording attributed to Egypt’s Former President Mohamed Hosni Mubarak has generated great controversy among Egyptian social media users.

    The recording, which surfaced on a Facebook page titled ‘Ana Asef Ya Rais’ [‘I’m sorry Mr. President’], featured statements from Mubarak on the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam ‘GERD’.

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  • Retired MI5 Agent Confesses On Deathbed: ‘I Killed Princess Diana’

    An 80-year-old retired MI5 agent, John Hopkins, has made a series of astonishing confessions since he was released from hospital in London on Wednesday and told he has weeks to live. Hopkins claims to have been involved in 23 assassinations for the British intelligence agency between 1973 and 1999, including Princess Diana.

    Mr. Hopkins, who worked for M15 for 38 years as an operative, claims he was often used as an hitman by the agency, to discreetly assassinate individuals considered a threat to the domestic security of the United Kingdom.

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  • Latest Football transfer news

    Barcelona are interested in making a record-breaking move for Borussia Dortmund star Ousmane Dembele, according to Bild.

    Sporting director Robert Fernandez reportedly is a fan of the 20-year-old attacker, whose contract with BVB runs until 2021. The move likely would become the largest sale in Bundesliga history, besting the €75 million Manchester City paid for Kevin De Bruyne in 2015.

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  • London fire: Two Ethiopian families still missing

    Several British nationals of Ethiopian origin are still missing after the huge fire in a tower block in West London, says the Ethiopian embassy in the UK.

    They are mother and son Brkite and Biruk Haftom, and Hashim Kidir, his wife and their three children. Isaac Shawo, five, has been confirmed dead.

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  • UN Rights Council should address DR Congo, Turkey, and Ethiopia; Greece should not block EU attention to human rights in China

    As called for by 262 Congolese and 9 international NGOs ahead of this session, it is critical that the Council immediately launch a Commission of Inquiry into violations committed in Congo’s Kasai region, providing it with the independence, resources and expertise needed to document abuses, identify those responsible, and ensure justice for victims.

    The Council should also address the serious human rights situations in Turkey and Ethiopia:

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  • Ethiopian man faulty fridge started the London apartment fire

    The man ‘whose faulty fridge started tower inferno’: Neighbour reveals how Ethiopian taxi driver raised the alarm when deadly blaze started in his fourth-floor kitchen
    This is the mini-cab driver whose faulty fridge is alleged to have started the Grenfell Tower inferno.
    Behailu Kebede, a father of one, raised the alarm after flames took hold in his flat at number 16 on the fourth floor.
    Maryann Adam, 41, who lived at number 14, told how Mr Kebede banged on her front door in the early hours of Wednesday to tell her that there was a fire in his kitchen.

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  • Eritrea backs Saudi Arabia, allies in Gulf crisis, Ethiopia on the fence

    The Eritrean government said in a statement on Monday that its decision is in the right direction to realise regional peace and stability.

    “The decision by Gulf nations is among many in the right direction that envisages full realisations of peace and stability … For Eritrea, this is a timely issue that warrants its active support,” the statement cited by local media said.

    This statement comes a day after a visit by Qatari officials to Asmara and Addis Ababa seeking support in the ongoing crisis.

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