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  • Why do people get kidnapped in Somalia?

     
    Why do people get kidnapped in Somalia?...
  • Lebanon urged to investigate death of worker abused on tape

     
    Lebanon was urged Tuesday to investigate the death of an Ethiopian domestic worker who killed herself after she was videotaped being publicly abused in Beirut, spurring outrage over her mistreatment....
  • Famed Ethiopian journalist, dissidents convicted of terrorism

     
    An Ethiopian court convicted prominent journalist Eskinder Nega, along with a group of others including political dissidents and activists, on terrorism charges Wednesday, alarming human rights groups. "This is a dark day for justice in Ethiopia, where...
  • Out-of-date treaties keep fugitives beyond reach

    Out-of-date treaties keep fugitives beyond reach
    A major impediment to hunting fugitives who flee across U.S. borders is America's patchwork of more than 100 extradition treaties with foreign governments. Many of those agreements are arcane, out-of-date and omit serious felonies. And the U.S. still...
  • Southern California Close-Ups: From West Hollywood to Wilshire

    Southern California Close-Ups: From West Hollywood to Wilshire
    Set an out-of-towner loose to roam the Los Angeles area between West Hollywood and Koreatown and what can you expect? A food-truck overdose, perhaps. Or the bold suggestion that we extend our subway system westward. (Hey, we're working on it.) Or maybe...
  • Kenya says its forces will stay in Somalia as long as it takes

     
    Kenya's military operation in Somalia could be drawn out. The Kenyan armed forces commander says the Somalia invasion was a "spur of the moment" decision, but troops will stay as long as it takes to subdue Al Shabab....
  • 65 nations compete for best foreign film at the Oscars

     
    Movies from 65 nations will compete for best foreign film at the Oscars, including entries from Ethiopia and Greenland, which are new to the race. The rundown just issued by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences will be whittled down to a...
  • The Joe Negron health-care model: Ethiopia?

     
    TALLAHASSEE — Senate Health Care budget chief Joe Negron has a difficult task this year: slashing potentially billions of dollars in health-care spending from Florida's recession-racked state government. But the Stuart Republican is also racking...
  • Last call for Wild Hare

     
    Sad news for Chicago reggae lovers, but happy news for Ethiopian reggae lovers — Wrigleyville reggae club Wild Hare is closing come May 15. NBC Chicago has the scoop: The Wild Hare's last night will be May 15, according to a news release. The...
  • LIBYA: Foreign embassies defect

     
    Libyan Consul Faraj Zarroug in the Philippine capital told the Associated Press that about 85% of his country's 165 diplomatic missions now recognized the rebels' interim government, the National Transitional Council....
  • LIBYA: African Union refuses to recognize new Libyan government

     
    Officials called an emergency meeting on the 15-member council, which they said was split almost in half between countries that have recognized the opposition Libyan government and those that have not, including many past supporters of embattled Libyan...
  • Ethiopians take pride in an ancient heritage

    Ethiopians take pride in an ancient heritage
    One of the pleasures of being a religion writer in South Florida is that the world comes here. There’s always something new to learn, someone to meet, another culture to discover. One example is an Ethiopian Orthodox Church in Fort Lauderdale that&...