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Ethiopian security forces kill 119 suspected rebels

Tesfaye said a further 43 suspected OLA rebels and their accomplices were also arrested during recent military operations.

Student note: ‘A memorable trip to Ethiopia’

Our first flight was from Hyderabad to Mumbai and then it was time for our flight to Addis Ababa, says Ananya

The Nile river dispute

The dispute over the GERD, built across the Blue Nile, has been simmering for around a decade.

All about border dispute between Ethiopia and Sudan

The immediate issue is a disputed area known as al-Fashaga, where the north-west of Ethiopia’s Amhara region meets Sudan's breadbasket Gedaref state

Tsegay renews women’s world indoor 1,500m record in France

The 24-year-old world bronze medallist on Tuesday clocked 3:53.09 to wrap up the convincing win, beating the previous world indoor record of 3:55.17 set by compatriot Genzebe Dibaba in 2014.

Science behind leap years

At the time, such changes were considered controversial, but not nearly as controversial as the plan to put the calendar back into sync with the seasons.

Joshua Cheptegei, Letesenbet Gidey break world records in Valencia

Gidey's winning time of 14:06.62 took almost five seconds off the previous world 5000m record, set by fellow Ethiopian Tirunesh Dibaba in Oslo in 2008. Cheptegei, meanwhile, covered 10,000m in 26:11.00

Role of International Criminal Court

In the aftermath of World War II, the Allied powers launched the first international war crimes tribunal, known as the Nuremberg Trials, to prosecute top Nazi officials.

RICH, Marut receive Purdue University’s Shah Family Global Innovation Lab’s seed grant

Funding to be utilised towards a project that involves sensor technologies for real-time monitoring of mosquito populations through heat maps in India

Maritime Law: The law of Seas

Laws between nations governing such things as national versus international waters are considered public international law and are known as the Law of the Seas. 

Trump announces intent to nominate Indian-American as his envoy to Ethiopia

Washington: US President Donald Trump on Monday announced his intent to nominate Indian-American Geeta Pasi as his envoy to Ethiopia. Pasi, 58, is currently the...

2,500 foreign Tablighis blacklisted

Entry into country banned for 10 years for indulging in missionary activities in violation of visa rules

What is a locust plague?

At a time when India is fighting Covid-19 pandemic, the worst locust attack in 27 years has become an added concern

Webinar on Sports Science conducted successfully

Chief national coach in badminton Pullela Gopichand, who was the lead speaker, stressed the importance of physical education and physical literacy while promoting sports in the country.

236 illegal immigrants of African nationalities deported from Libya

The International Organization for Migration (IOM) has said repeatedly that Libya is not a safe port for the disembarkation of immigrants due to the deteriorating security situation in the country.

64 migrants found dead in container in Mozambique: Hospital official

"A truck transporting illegal immigrants from Malawi, suspected to be Ethiopians, was stopped at the Mussacana weight bridge in Tete, and 64 people were found dead."

Lip-smacking sweets draw attention at Kite and Sweets fest in Hyderabad

Minister KT Rama Rao launches 3-day festival at Parade Grounds

Ethnic Day celebrated at Hyderabad GITAM

Students depicted cultures and traditions of various States and countries at the event

KPR Mill eyes global markets

KPR Group managing director P Nataraj told Telangana Today, For us 70 per cent of the business had been coming from Ethiopia, 20 per cent from the US and the remaining from the South Asian markets.

Israeli farmer remixes ancient scents near Dead Sea

The trees grow in places like Somalia, Yemen, Ethiopia and Oman but Erlich has planted them at his Balm of Gilead Farm.

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