Svensk-Etiopiska Föreningen

Swedish-Ethiopian Association

Svensk-Etiopiska föreningen är en opolitisk, religiöst obunden vänskapsförening som bildades i Stockholm 1952. De breda och djupa kontakterna mellan Sverige och Etiopien, som grundlades redan på 1950-talet, är basen och den gemensamma bakgrunden för föreningens medlemmar. Även etiopier bosatta i Sverige har tillfört föreningen ökad kunskap och förståelse för Etiopien, dess land och folk.

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AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

14 juli 2020

All Africa, All the Time.
  • Suspected Ethiopian Cattle Raiders Kill Herdsboy in Turkana
    [Nation] Suspected Ethiopian raiders on Sunday evening killed a herdsboy in Lokamarinyang village in Turkana North Constituency.
  • PM Abiy Faces Haunting Past in an Attempt to Reform Political System
    [Nation] Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed is rarely described as a man under siege.
  • Reaching Agreement On Ethiopian Dam Is Imminent
    [SNA] Khartoum -- The Executive Director of the African Union Energy Commission, Engineer Rashed Abdulla Ali has revealed that reaching an agreement between the three countries on the Ethiopian Dam negotiations became imminent, referring to the AU Chairman, the South Africa President mediation in this connection.
  • Anarchists Bound to Thrive Without Rule of Law
    [Reporter] The deadly violence which rocked some parts of Ethiopia last week did not come as a surprise to many who had been expressing misgivings that it was certain to happen. Despite calls for the rule of law to be upheld in the wake of similar incidents in the past that led to the death and dislocation of innocent citizens and the destruction of their property, they continue to erupt sporadically. The disinclination of both federal and regional authorities to bring the perpetrators to justice has emboldened force
  • Ethiopia and Egypt in Stand Off Over Nile River Project
    [Dalsan Radio] Egypt has rejected a request by Ethiopia to postpone a settlement on points of disagreement surrounding Ethiopia's controversial Renaissance Dam.
  • African Airlines Take Off With Clipped Wings
    [DW] The COVID-19 pandemic brought everyday air traffic to a halt. But African airlines are preparing to take to the skies once more. Many airlines are facing a difficult path ahead to stay competitive.
  • Violence Turns Investments in Regional Towns Into Ash
    [Addis Fortune] As of Friday, July 3, 87 lives were lost, more than 200 individuals were injured and at least 46 hotels were destroyed across Oromia Regional State in the wake of mass protests that turned violent earlier in the week. As business owners begin to pick up the pieces, many are dealing with the difficult realisation that insurance coverage does not cover political vandalism and are turning to government to make them whole, reports GELILA SAMUEL, FORTUNE STAFF WRITER.

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