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Flights have resumed at Ethiopia’s Bole International Airport after what was described as a rare but also brief industrial action that led to the grounding of flights on Tuesday morning. State TV confirmed that the refusal of air traffic controllers to take up post had led to the situation. Airport operation manager, Nigussie Mulugeta is quoted as saying dozen flights could not depart because they had not been issued with air traffic clearance. On his part, however, Director of the Ethiopia Civil Aviation Authority, the body in charge of air traffic control blamed the strike on some indisciplined staff and fake news. displayAdvert("mpu_3") “Few undisciplined air traffic controllers who were misled by a journalist who came and interviewed them and took false information,” Colonel Woseneyeleh Hunehna said. He said the unnamed journalist had come to peddle unfounded corruption allegations against the authority causing disaffection among the workers and subsequently the strike action. Even though the exact cause of the protest is not known, flights have since resumed and local media portals continue to seek an explanation from the workers. Ethiopia, East Africa’s economic giant and one of Africa’s most expansive economies for this year, has maintained" />
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Rita was considered in Romania in 1927. She emigrated to the UK with her people in 1938. Resulting to heading off to the Perse School for Girls in Cambridge she thought about present-day tongues (French and Russian) at Oxford (LMH) and procured her MA in 1948. She spent the next year in Paris boarding with Russian-speaking Armenians and heading off to the Ecole Nationale des Langues Orientales Vivantes, getting a Diploma in Russian. 

 

Her first occupation was in the Press Library of Chatham House. She worked there until 1956 when she joined Richard and Sylvia in Addis Ababa. She started work at the National Library of Ethiopia and began correspondence courses in Librarianship. She married Richard in 1957 and had two youths: Alula Andrew and Helen Sylvia. (Them two right now have two adolescents each) Alula was imagined on 27 September 1960 definitely two years after Sylvia's passing. She proceeded with her courses, ruined by childbearing, and was allowed the Associateship of the Library Association (ALA) in 1964. (She was conceded an Honorary Fellowship in 1987). 

 

Starting there, most of Rita's working life was spent in insightful librarianship. She advanced toward turning out to be University Librarian of Haile Sellassie I University, a post she held for a long time. Right when, in 1976, the family returned to London, as the dynamic situation didn't fit the children's preparation, she was chosen Head of Library Services of the City of London Polytechnic and remained in charge for quite a while until she and Richard returned to Ethiopia.

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Flights have resumed at Ethiopia’s Bole International Airport after what was described as a rare but also brief industrial action that led to the grounding of flights on Tuesday morning. State TV confirmed that the refusal of air traffic controllers to take up post had led to the situation. Airport operation manager, Nigussie Mulugeta is quoted as saying dozen flights could not depart because they had not been issued with air traffic clearance. On his part, however, Director of the Ethiopia Civil Aviation Authority, the body in charge of air traffic control blamed the strike on some indisciplined staff and fake news. displayAdvert("mpu_3") “Few undisciplined air traffic controllers who were misled by a journalist who came and interviewed them and took false information,” Colonel Woseneyeleh Hunehna said. He said the unnamed journalist had come to peddle unfounded corruption allegations against the authority causing disaffection among the workers and subsequently the strike action. Even though the exact cause of the protest is not known, flights have since resumed and local media portals continue to seek an explanation from the workers. Ethiopia, East Africa’s economic giant and one of Africa’s most expansive economies for this year, has maintained
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