Get to know the “She’s Gotta Have It” actor who is one to watch. Spike Lee’s revamp of his 1986 cult classic film, She’s Gotta Have It, dropped on Thanksgiving and we’re obsessed. Lee reintroduces Nola Darling, an artist who tries to stay true to her sexual liberation as she juggles three lovers.
Discrimination, unemployment and conflict set migrants on a perilous journey through war-torn Yemen to the Gulf. Exhausted survivors of the Gulf of Aden crossing wait for help on a beach in Yemen. Exhausted survivors of the Gulf of Aden crossing wait for help on a beach in Yemen. Photo: J.Björgvinsson/UNHCR
In 2018, the Tigray ethnic minority regime in Ethiopia will finish the so-called Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) on Metekel, Amhara people land, and this becomes an immediate concern for the very existence of Egypt people. There are already massive dams on Nile river which were built by the current
Ethiopia says more than 1,300 citizens have been expelled from Saudi Arabia in “recent days” after a warning for undocumented migrants to voluntarily leave the Gulf nation expired. The foreign ministry’s statement late Tuesday came after Saudi officials began a crackdown against undocumented migrants, including tens of thousands of Ethiopians.
(0TPLF leaders are planning to transfer EFFORT to their individual ownership in the name of make it IPO, document reveals. Remember they claim EFFORT was established by money they got from Western donors due to the 1980s drought and meant to rehabilitate war affected people of Tigray. In reality most
A champion marathon runner who fled Ethiopia six years ago for a better life in Europe has been beaten to death by another refugee on a housing estate near Paris. Zenash Gezmu’s body was found by police called to her flat in Neuilly-sur-Marne early yesterday after neighbours heard screaming. Officers
“Ethiopia is prepared to share Abbay (the Blue Nile) with its neighbors in a fair and equitable manner. Ethiopia’s primary responsibility is to use it for the service of its growing population and economy.”– Emperor Haile Selassie, 1964 The continued assertion by Egypt that it has “a historical and natural right”
“If water is a matter of life and death for both Egypt and Ethiopia there is ample motivation for them to agree to resolve their differences over the Renaissance Dam in a way that benefits both,” said a diplomat speaking on condition of anonymity. Former assistant to the foreign minister