Ethiopian Famous Actress Meron Attending Indain Fashion show

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Ethiopian Famous Actress Meron Attending Indain Fashion show

 

Meron Getnet is an Ethiopian actress. A revered film and TV star in Ethiopia, she is best known for her role as Meaza Ashenafi in the critically acclaimed film Difret

Starting in 2013, Meron Getnet starred in the Ethiopian Drama TV series Dana in which she played a reporter named Helina.

 

Meron Getnet made her debut onto the international film scene in the critically acclaimed film Difret in 2014. In the film she plays Meaza Ashenafi, a female lawyer who vigorously fights patriarchal tradition.

 

In September 2014, at the premiere of the film Difret in Addis Ababa, the screening of the film was abruptly cancelled due to a court order against the showing of the film in Ethiopia. This left those in the audience stunned with Meron Getnet, who was in attendance, visibly distraught about the incident.

 

A hidden population of lions estimated to be at least 100 in number has lived undiscovered until now. The Alatash National Park in north-western Ethiopia is home to the lions and the discovery was made by researchers from Oxford’s Wildlife Conservation Research Unit during an expedition in the park. Unknown lion population discovered in NW Ethiopia, near Sudan border https://t.co/A27dZZB4cD BFFoundation pic.twitter.com/YARCT7UI8l— maggie jonas (mmaggie47) February 1, 2016 “Lions are definitely present in Alatash National Park and in Dinder National Park. Lion presence in Alatash has not previously been confirmed in meetings at national or international level,” said Dr.Hans Bauer who led the expedition. The Alatash National Park is adjacent to the Dinder National Park in Sudan and Dr. Bauer estimates that the area could host a population of about 200 lions. The lions are thought to be of the Central African sub-species, of which only about 900 were thought to survive. The Born Free Foundation confirmed the discovery in a statement Currently, the continent has an estimated 20,000 lions living in the wild. The discovery will be good news for wildlife campaigners in Africa, where experts say the number of lions in" />
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Ethiopian Famous Actress Meron Attending Indain Fashion show

 

Meron Getnet is an Ethiopian actress. A revered film and TV star in Ethiopia, she is best known for her role as Meaza Ashenafi in the critically acclaimed film Difret

Starting in 2013, Meron Getnet starred in the Ethiopian Drama TV series Dana in which she played a reporter named Helina.

 

Meron Getnet made her debut onto the international film scene in the critically acclaimed film Difret in 2014. In the film she plays Meaza Ashenafi, a female lawyer who vigorously fights patriarchal tradition.

 

In September 2014, at the premiere of the film Difret in Addis Ababa, the screening of the film was abruptly cancelled due to a court order against the showing of the film in Ethiopia. This left those in the audience stunned with Meron Getnet, who was in attendance, visibly distraught about the incident.

 

A hidden population of lions estimated to be at least 100 in number has lived undiscovered until now. The Alatash National Park in north-western Ethiopia is home to the lions and the discovery was made by researchers from Oxford’s Wildlife Conservation Research Unit during an expedition in the park. Unknown lion population discovered in NW Ethiopia, near Sudan border https://t.co/A27dZZB4cD BFFoundation pic.twitter.com/YARCT7UI8l— maggie jonas (mmaggie47) February 1, 2016 “Lions are definitely present in Alatash National Park and in Dinder National Park. Lion presence in Alatash has not previously been confirmed in meetings at national or international level,” said Dr.Hans Bauer who led the expedition. The Alatash National Park is adjacent to the Dinder National Park in Sudan and Dr. Bauer estimates that the area could host a population of about 200 lions. The lions are thought to be of the Central African sub-species, of which only about 900 were thought to survive. The Born Free Foundation confirmed the discovery in a statement Currently, the continent has an estimated 20,000 lions living in the wild. The discovery will be good news for wildlife campaigners in Africa, where experts say the number of lions in
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