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Ethiopia's Minister of Culture and Tourism, Dr. Hirut Kassaw, marked the MoU in the interest of ENALA. The understanding will see the organizations encourage more noteworthy joint effort, investigate, limit building, and information trade. In exchanges that pursued, the Minister respected the marking of the MoU acclaimed the British Library for their preservation endeavors. While expressing gratitude toward the Library for the gift of digitized compositions, the Minister additionally formally asked for the arrival of original copies to Ethiopia.

Bahir Dar, capital of Ethiopia’s Amhara region was almost shutdown on Monday but police and residents accounts seem to differ on the cause of the shutdown. According to local media reports, the shutdown was in commemoration of deadly security crackdown on protesters last year. It affected businesses and the transport system in the otherwise bustling city. Photos shared on social media showed deserted streets with most small businesses closed. Reports also indicate that some businesses in the other region hit by the protests, Oromia, also closed in solidarity. displayAdvert("mpu_3") Bahir Dar is in a stay-at-home strike in remembedance f innocents killed last yr on this day 4 peaceful demo in demand of their rights.— Belay manaye (@Belay_Ma) August 7, 2017 Small business owners in Ambo, Oromia region closed shops. Residents in Bahirdar, Amhara region are staying at home. #Ethiopia pic.twitter.com/mtJ5lBweie— Agaz Shemsu Bireda (@GurageFirst) August 7, 2017 Police chief of Amhara State Walelegn Dagnew, also confirmed a bomb blast in the region had occured on Sunday, but he blamed ‘anti-peace elements’ for both situations – the blast and closure of some businesses. Spreading anti-government protests reached the city on August 7, 2016 after it had taken place in Addis Ababa and
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