What Really Happened in Dubai

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Ethiopians will usher in the year 2009 on Sunday, September 11, according to the Ethiopian Orthodox calendar, which is nearly seven years behind the Georgian calendar commonly used worldwide. portdedjibouti wish our #ethiopia peoples a happy new year 2009. pic.twitter.com/7YujraBwbO— Port De Djibouti (portdedjibouti) September 10, 2016 Locally known as“Enkutatash”, Amharic for gift of jewels, family and friends come together to spend time with one another. displayAdvert("mpu_3") “The mood is really good. We have bought chicken and stuff related to the festival this morning. I was also here last year. It’s busier this year. Many buildings are decorated with flowers. It is beautiful,” said Brikti Abebe, a shopper. But even as the celebratory mood sets in, some Ethiopians say the price of Teff, a staple cereal has really gone up this year due to El Niño that led to the worst drought in decades. Additionally, recent protests staged in the Oromia region that led to the death of nearly 100 people in August, have also contributed to price hikes especially in public transport. “Compared to last year, there is an increase by 500 to 600 birr . This is a huge increase and it is making it difficult for the ordinary
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