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The Immigrant Absorption Ministry will cut NIS 5.5 million from its budget for integrating Ethiopian immigrants this year, while the funds for immigrants from other countries will be cut by only hundreds of thousands of shekels at most. The Knesset Finance Committee approved the proposal Tuesday.
By Alemayehu G. Mariam “It is time to stop hating Ethiopia.”In November 2006, in her farewell cable to her replacement Donald Yamamoto and the Assistant Secretary of State Jendayi Fraser, former Acting U.S. Ambassador to Ethiopia Vicky Huddleston warned: “It is time to stop hating Ethiopia.”
Ethiopian heritage camp in Va. offers tradition, togetherness to adopted African kids and their familiesWednesday, July 27th, 2011
At a rustic summer camp in Virginia’s Shenandoah Mountains, wedged between a monster water park and a Golden Corral restaurant, a raucous, Ethiopian feast unspooled and 9-year-old Mati found her groove at last. There was a pony, an African marketplace and piles of injera bread. There was a drumbeat that grew ...
An Ethiopian Christian is recovering from injuries he received in an attack that was inflicted because his faith.
According to a new study, one-third of immigrant students report being humiliated or insulted at least once due to their ethnic background. By Or Kashti About one-third of immigrant youths report having at least one sign of serious trouble at school. The signs - missing school three days a month or ...
RIYADH — Five Ethiopians died in a crowded Saudi centre for deporting illegal immigrants, the Arab News reported Monday.
Ethiopia is the cradle of civilization, the place where some believe the biblical Ark of the Covenant is held. Its historical landmarks and rich culture tell the story of a people who have survived more than a thousand years of outsiders' attempts to exert influence.
On this date in 1936, the Italian forces occupying Ethiopia executed anti-occupation cleric Aboune Petros.
An Egged bus driver is being sued for NIS 200,000 after allegedly slandering, insulting, and verbally and physically assaulting an Ethiopian passenger, according to a statement released by Tebeka, an advocacy organization for Ethiopian Israelis.
ADDIS ABABA - A CENTURY-OLD Ethiopian prayer book stolen decades ago was returned to the African nation late on Wednesday after the American collector who held it agreed to the restitution. The precious relic is a psalter written in the liturgical Geez language and illuminated with bright and colourful pictures of ...