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Ethiopia pilot was distraught over death in family

Ethiopia pilot was distraught over death in family

ADDIS ABABA, ETHIOPIA — The Ethiopian pilot who hijacked a flight to Rome and took it to Geneva recently lost his uncle, a relative said Tuesday, suggesting anguish over the death may have left him on edge. Alemu Asmamaw, another uncle, ...

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Ethiopian plane hijacked to Geneva by co-pilot

Ethiopian plane hijacked to Geneva by co-pilot

GENEVA (AP) — An Ethiopian Airlines co-pilot hijacked a plane bound for Rome on Monday and flew it to Geneva, where he wanted to seek asylum, officials said.The Boeing 767-300 plane with 202 passengers and crew aboard had taken off ...

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Charles Sutton named Envoy for YESSERA organization

Charles Sutton named Envoy for YESSERA organization

In a move calculated to enhance its profile and generate more widespread public support for its programs, YESSERA (“Young Ethiopian Self-Sufficiency Enhancing Association”), a hands-on charitable organization that provides help and guidance to disadvantaged young people throughout Ethiopia, today announced the appointment of Charles ...

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Ethiopia’s Coffee Capital

Ethiopia’s Coffee Capital

Hidden far from the tourist and pilgrim paths that wind through eastern Ethiopia, Harar is a densely packed holy city that has retained its character and unbridled passion for all things coffee, despite centuries of struggle and conquest. Archaeologists claim the city ...

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Ethiopians dominate Dubai Marathon

Ethiopians dominate Dubai Marathon

By K.R. Nayar, Chief Cricket Writer Gulf News Teenager Tsegaye Mekonnen Asefa stuns strong field to win men’s race, while Mulu Seboka takes women’s title. Dubai: Tsegaye Mekonnen Asefa enjoyed a fairytale race as the 18-year-old from Ethiopia became the ...

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