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Topic - Ethiopia
As a member of the commercial sea force known as the merchant marine, Alton Hickman Sr. has spent a lot of time on the water.
In a tiny, tidy Main Street apartment in Dubuque, the joy is palpable.
Whenever Ashton Eaton walks into an arena, a multi-event world record is up for grabs.
The World Digital Library led by the Library of Congress reached a milestone Thursday, surpassing 10,000 items with the addition of ancient manuscripts from the Walters Art Museum in Baltimore.
The Heinz Family Foundation is honoring five people for their work to improve the world through innovations in the arts, sciences, public policy, technology, and economics.
Dickson Chumba of Kenya won the Tokyo Marathon on Sunday in a race record time of 2 hours, 5 minutes, 42 seconds.
Locking the pilot out of the cockpit, an Ethiopian Airlines co-pilot hijacked a plane bound for Italy on Monday and diverted it to Geneva, where he asked for asylum, officials said.
Genzebe Dibaba produced her third record performance of the month on Saturday, with the Ethiopian racing the fastest two miles at the Birmingham Grand Prix.
Four current and former employees of an adoption services provider have been indicted by a grand jury after prosecutors say they conspired to defraud the U.S. in connection with the provider's services in Ethiopia.
National coach Sewnet Bishaw was fired by the Ethiopia Football Federation on Wednesday despite leading the team to the African Cup for the first time in over 30 years and to the brink of a maiden World Cup appearance.
A brigadier speaking for rebels in South Sudan said Sunday that government troops have attacked their positions, actively violating a cease-fire in what he called a deliberate attempt to sabotage imminent peace talks.
Genzebe Dibaba of Ethiopia set a world indoor record in running 1,500 meters in 3 minutes, 55.17 seconds at the Karlsruhe indoor meet on Saturday.
Central African Republic's new premier warned Saturday that his nation's capital "remains a battlefield" where murderous mobs armed with machetes are slaughtering scores of civilians. He urged the international community to step up its aid to the beleaguered country.
Around the world, on average, 18,000 children under the age of five died every day in 2012. While this tragic fact is definitely cause for concern, it may also provide room for optimism.
South Sudan's president on Friday said a new peace deal with rebels will help see the country's five-week conflict resolved through dialogue, even as a rebel leader accused the country's military of breaking the cease-fire.