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His expert on the theme, energy about Ethiopia, and liberal peculiarities were mind blowing. I remember that he used to invite all of his understudies to a night out to compliment the completion of each semester. Among the moderate and status-aware units of AAU instructors, Dr. Berhanu stood separated from a cosmopolitan, liberal and essential researcher who animated a huge part of us. Apparently streak never left him. He once overpowered me examining the National Football League (NFL) and Pittsburgh Steelers in a warmed political trade about Ethiopia. He beat it this week when he picked a baseball tongue and used it to examine the two changes (1974 and 1991) we encountered in the twentieth century and this last session we are in. In case we miss this third history essential crossing point, he quipped, it would be "three strikes and we (the nation) will be out!" I agree. 

 

This is a striking moment. It is an entryway fails miserably minute for a fantastic segment of the Ethiopian people that energetically has confidence in the very nearness of a supra-ethnic, state-national character called Ethiopian. This is a vital point in time for those of us who raise how the current ethno-government plan and the excesses of ethnonationalism in TPLF's Ethiopia suspended our total lifestyle as Ethiopians, covered our individual chances and opportunities, and hamstrung our thriving dispatching us to be presumably the least lucky nation on the planet. For a country that prides itself as one of the oldest African city foundations, expected a noteworthy activity in the fight against European expansionism, in the fight for African Unity and stood separated as a picture of opportunity to Black people wherever all through the world; our current state of pulverization is basically horrendous. Berhanu was on the minute that he ran through a part of the suffering wiped out effects of the past two advances.

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Ethiopia government has accused elements in Eritrea, Egypt and other countries on Monday of arming, training and funding groups that it blames for a wave of protests and violence in regions around its capital Addis Ababa. The government had on Sunday declared a state of emergency after more than a year of unrest in Oromiya and Amhara regions, where protesters say the government has trampled on their rights in pursuit of industrial development. Rights groups say more than 500 people have died in clashes with police and other confrontations. The violence has damaged around a dozen factories and equipment mostly belonging to foreign firms, accused by protesters of purchasing leases for seized land. displayAdvert("mpu_3") There are countries which are directly involved in arming, financing and training these elements. Government spokesman Getachew Reda said, “there are countries which are directly involved in arming, financing and training these elements”. He named Eritrea, which has a long-running border dispute with Ethiopia, and Egypt, involved in a row with Addis Ababa opver sharing Nile waters, as backing the “armed gangs.” “We have to be very careful not to necessarily blame one government or another. There are all kinds of elements in the Egyptian political" />
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Berhanu's Synopsis I review him driving in Sidist Kilo grounds shooting the remote transmissions with Marvin Gaye's "Kin, Brother". School youths, I and my allies considered, "Who is this individual?" Apparently he was an Economics instructor who happened to be one of the most significant and inspiring workers that Addis Ababa University was graced with during my student days. Dr. Berhanu's classes drew such countless us who were not budgetary issues understudies using any and all means. I dropped in one of his classes, "History of Economic Thought", on re-appropriated time from another upper-level course from my own one of a kind subject matter, Sociology. 

 

His expert on the theme, energy about Ethiopia, and liberal peculiarities were mind blowing. I remember that he used to invite all of his understudies to a night out to compliment the completion of each semester. Among the moderate and status-aware units of AAU instructors, Dr. Berhanu stood separated from a cosmopolitan, liberal and essential researcher who animated a huge part of us. Apparently streak never left him. He once overpowered me examining the National Football League (NFL) and Pittsburgh Steelers in a warmed political trade about Ethiopia. He beat it this week when he picked a baseball tongue and used it to examine the two changes (1974 and 1991) we encountered in the twentieth century and this last session we are in. In case we miss this third history essential crossing point, he quipped, it would be "three strikes and we (the nation) will be out!" I agree. 

 

This is a striking moment. It is an entryway fails miserably minute for a fantastic segment of the Ethiopian people that energetically has confidence in the very nearness of a supra-ethnic, state-national character called Ethiopian. This is a vital point in time for those of us who raise how the current ethno-government plan and the excesses of ethnonationalism in TPLF's Ethiopia suspended our total lifestyle as Ethiopians, covered our individual chances and opportunities, and hamstrung our thriving dispatching us to be presumably the least lucky nation on the planet. For a country that prides itself as one of the oldest African city foundations, expected a noteworthy activity in the fight against European expansionism, in the fight for African Unity and stood separated as a picture of opportunity to Black people wherever all through the world; our current state of pulverization is basically horrendous. Berhanu was on the minute that he ran through a part of the suffering wiped out effects of the past two advances.

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Ethiopia government has accused elements in Eritrea, Egypt and other countries on Monday of arming, training and funding groups that it blames for a wave of protests and violence in regions around its capital Addis Ababa. The government had on Sunday declared a state of emergency after more than a year of unrest in Oromiya and Amhara regions, where protesters say the government has trampled on their rights in pursuit of industrial development. Rights groups say more than 500 people have died in clashes with police and other confrontations. The violence has damaged around a dozen factories and equipment mostly belonging to foreign firms, accused by protesters of purchasing leases for seized land. displayAdvert("mpu_3") There are countries which are directly involved in arming, financing and training these elements. Government spokesman Getachew Reda said, “there are countries which are directly involved in arming, financing and training these elements”. He named Eritrea, which has a long-running border dispute with Ethiopia, and Egypt, involved in a row with Addis Ababa opver sharing Nile waters, as backing the “armed gangs.” “We have to be very careful not to necessarily blame one government or another. There are all kinds of elements in the Egyptian political
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