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  • Ethiopia to repair four of nine world heritages

    ETHIOPIA, 2017/10/17 Ethiopia said it is going to repair four of the nine world heritage this year, according to the Authority for Conservation of Cultural Heritage.The Rock-Hewn Churches of Lalibela, Obelisk of Axum, Fasil Ghibi, and Tiya Prehistoric Sites are the heritages that are going to be renovated staring from this year, Hailu Zeledke, Director of Heritage Conservation at the Authority told journalists on Saturday. These heritages have been vulnerable to some level of damage due to old age and seasonal variation. According to director, the maintenance work for the rock-hewn churches of Lalibela, which consist 11 medieval monolithic cave churches; and the Axum obelisk, the ruins of the ancient city of Aksum, will be started this year.
  • Africa: Crafting an African Victory for the World

    BOTSWANA, 2017/07/12 On May 25, 1963, Africans gathered in Addis Ababa to create the Organisation of African Unity, the precursor to today’s African Union. It stood tall in the minds of Africans who decided to unite for a common cause. It demonstrated our ability to set aside differences in order to make the world a better place. Presently, on 1 July 2017, Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus of Ethiopia will stand at the helm of the the World Health Organisation with the ambition to reform, transform and make world health and agile partner of economic transformation for the world.
  • The Ethiopian National Theatre in Addis Ababa.

    ETHIOPIA, 2012/12/26 Last month, the sounds of classical Spain could be heard in an unlikely place: the Ethiopian National Theatre in Addis Ababa. Onstage were the talented students of the Yared School, Ethiopia's only institute of higher learning for music; directing them was Silvia Sanz Torre, conductor of the Metropolitan Orchestra of Madrid. And in additional ways than, the performance ended on a high note.