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· March, 2006

Stories about Ethiopia from March, 2006

Battling HIV/AIDS

Ethiopia: Permanently in debt?

East Africa: press freedom

Ethiopia: Exploisions in the capital

Africa: We Can't Blame Everything on the West

African women blogging this week

It is that time of the year for those of us in the Diaspora, long nights and dark days in Europe set the heart and mind to thinking of life...

Ethiopia: Afwerk Tekle

Ethiopia: World water Day

Ethiopia's bloggers remember their poet laureate

Memories of one man dominated the Ethiopian blogosphere over the past few weeks – the father of Ethiopian theatre and Poet Laureate Tsegaye Gebre-Medhin. His death in late February went...

Ethiopia: Fear grips the capital

Ethiopia: The fantasy of Meles

Ethiopia: realities of economic growth

Buying In, Selling Out or Scraping By: Francophone African Bloggers on Social Mobility and Education

School on Hold While Mom Scrapes By Carine. Courtesy Tony Katombe. Le Blog du Congolais shares (FR) the touching story of Carine, a 22 year-old from the DRC with an...

Ethiopia: Diaspora Politics

From Darfur to Avian Flu: Views from the Horn of Africa and Sudan

The Darfur crisis continues to dominate the English-speaking Sudanese blogosphere. The blog Coalition for Darfur quotes a World Food Program (WFP) report, which tells of rations of pulses, sugar and...

Ethiopia: oil exploration

Ethiopia: Drought update

Ethiopia: New leaders – same old autocrats

Ethiopia: journalist jailed

Ethiopia: Population increase

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