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The walled city of Harar in eastern Ethiopia - Aljazeera.com
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Aljazeera.comThe walled city of Harar in eastern EthiopiaAljazeera.com0; All Social. Harar, Ethiopia- With 368 alleys squeezed into just one sq km, the old walled city of Harar in eastern Ethiopia is a colourful maze that begs exploration. Its thick, five-metre-high walls were erected in the 16th century as a defensive ...
 
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Warming Brews Big Trouble in Coffee Birthplace Ethiopia - Climate Central
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Climate CentralWarming Brews Big Trouble in Coffee Birthplace EthiopiaClimate CentralGlobal warming is likely to wipe out half of the coffee growing area in Ethiopia, the birthplace of the bean, according to a groundbreaking new study. Rising temperatures have already damaged some special areas of origin, with these losses being ...and more »
 
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"Lost Boys of Sudan" reflect on effects of Boulder aid - The Denver Post
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The Denver Post"Lost Boys of Sudan" reflect on effects of Boulder aidThe Denver PostSusan Loriho holds the 4-month old baby of one of her friends. Susan Loriho and her friends are celebrating the 5th birthday of her son, Spencer, in Lafayette on ...and more »
 
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How Kenya could move away from the politics of ethnicity - The Star, Kenya
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The Star, KenyaHow Kenya could move away from the politics of ethnicityThe Star, KenyaIn 1992 Kenya held its first multi-party election in 26 years. Since this re-introduction of multipartism, the “politics of tribe” has been blamed for the country's political tribulations. This has led to a system under which leaders channel government ...Uhuru and Raila race for vote-rich Western KenyaCa
 
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Football can heal South Sudan, says FA boss - BBC Sport - BBC Sport
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BBC SportFootball can heal South Sudan, says FA boss - BBC SportBBC SportThe new head of South Sudan's Football Association Francis Amin believes he can use the game to unite a fractured nation.and more »
 
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Kenya: Drought Gives Rise to Green Projects - AllAfrica.com
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Kenya: Drought Gives Rise to Green ProjectsAllAfrica.comProlonged drought attributed to climate change is increasingly posing a challenge to the Kenyan economy, driving the State and various industries and sectors to look for remedies. The finance sector has not been left behind, with banks being challenged ...and more »
 
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Kenya, Rugby Cranes share spoils - New Vision
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New VisionKenya, Rugby Cranes share spoilsNew Vision“Yes this was our game but again Kenya survived. we are going back to the drawing board to correct a few things before we face Senegal,” Coach Sseguya stated. Uganda will now Kenya, Senegal, Tunisia, Zimbabwe and Namibia in the Rugby Africa Cup.Rugby Cranes, Kenya Simbas share spoilsKawowo Sportsall 7 news articles »
 
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Private sector confirms Kenya as Africa's leading commercial and trade hub - The Standard
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Private sector confirms Kenya as Africa's leading commercial and trade hubThe StandardKey private sector players in Kenya have come together to sell the country as the preferred trade and commerce hub for Africa. Through a campaign dubbed 'WHY THE FUTURE IS KENYA', business leaders celebrated Kenya's status as an investment hub ...and more »
 
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Dreaming of a better future for drought-struck Northern Kenya - The Star, Kenya
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The Star, KenyaDreaming of a better future for drought-struck Northern KenyaThe Star, KenyaKenya can escape the 'Groundhog Day' of recurrent hunger crises by investing in irrigated farming and leather tanneries in its arid lands, experts said on Friday, as poor spring rains have failed to relieve biting drought. With 2.6 million people ...
 
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Fake news is already disrupting Kenya's high-stakes election campaign - Quartz
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QuartzFake news is already disrupting Kenya's high-stakes election campaignQuartzOn the morning of Apr.13, at the height of Kenya's primary elections, residents of Busia County in western Kenya woke up to a dose of fake news. The constituents were due to vote in the Orange Democratic Movement party's gubernatorial race, which ...
 
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