A student at the Soke Bukicha Primary School in Arsi Zone, Oromia Region, practices reading an [Afaan Oromo] Textbook produced by USAID. *USAID Ethiopia archives
Yonatan T. Fessha, For Addis Standard
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Africa’s dangerous drugs phenomenon is driven by weak regulation and organized criminals operating across national borders
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Addis Abeba, September 05/2019 – Africa faces a substantial increase in illegal drug
NEBE chairwoman Birtuka Mideksa gave press briefing on a number of issues related to the new electoral law, reform within the NEBE and election 2020
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