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  • Ethiopian Man Dies After He Climbs New York GWB Tower And Jumps Into The Hudson River

    The man was speaking to a Port Authority Police officer when he jumped, authorities said.
    An Ethiopian man died Wednesday afternoon after he climbed the New Jersey tower of the George Washington Bridge and jumped into the Hudson River, authorities said.

    Port Authority Police spokesperson Joe Pentangelo said the man was in his early 30s and from Ethiopia.

    The New Jersey State Police recovered the man from the water and took him to Ross Dock in Fort Lee where an ambulance brought him to Englewood Hospital and Medical Center. He was pronounced dead at the hospital.

    Pentangelo said the man was speaking with Capt. Ron Shindel when he jumped off the bridge at 1:16 p.m..

    The man was originally seen on the north walkway near the middle of the bridge walking west, authorities said.

    An unattended white Toyota was found on the westbound side of the upper level of the bridge, Pentangelo said.

    Authorities did not release the man’s identity, pending notification of his family.



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  • Ethiopian descent Tefera Melaku is accused of deserting American Air Force

    wantedamBy Jeff Schogol, Airforce Times The Air Force Office of Special Investigations is looking for an alleged deserter whose last known location is in Ethiopia. Staff Sgt. Tefera Melaku Workneh is wanted for questioning, according to an April post on OSI's Facebook page. He is assigned to the 60th Comptroller Squadron at Travis Air Force Base, California. Workneh is described as standing 70 inches tall and weighing 149 pounds. He is originally from Ethiopia, where he was believed to be as of March 31. According to the Uniform Code of Military Justice, a member of the armed forces is guilty of desertion if he: "Without authority goes or remains absent from his unit, organization, or place of duty with intent to remain away therefrom permanently. "Quits his unit, organization, or place of duty with intent to avoid hazardous duty or to shirk important service; or "Without being regularly separated from one of the armed forces enlists or accepts an appointment in the same or another on of the armed forces without fully disclosing the fact that he has not been regularly separated, or enters any foreign armed service except when authorized by the United States.'' Investigators have no information about Workneh's current whereabouts, OSI spokeswoman Linda Card said. americandeserter"My understanding is that Airman Workneh is from Ethiopia and that is his last known location," Card said in an email to Air Force Times. "Where in Ethiopia, we don't know. And what he's doing there other than it's his home, we don't know." Card also said she has not heard any information indicating that Workneh has gone missing or been kidnapped. "Nobody knows where he is or what he's doing until we get some leads and find him," she said. OSI asks that anyone with information about Workneh's current whereabouts call 707-424-6904.  

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    ትኩስ እና ሰበር ዜና፣ በብዛት የታዩ ቪድዮዎችን፣ ድራማዎችን፣ሙዚቃዎችን፣ ጠቃሚ ምክሮችን እና አስገራሚ ታሪኮችን በኢሜል አድራሻዎ እንልካለን። ኢሜሎን ያስመዘግቡ።

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  • US gov't donates Hercules aircraft to Ethiopian Air Force

    The US government has donated a C-130E Hercules military transport aircraft to the Ethiopian Air Force. Reliable sources told The Reporter that the Ethiopian Air Force has acquired the aircraft that was being operated by the US Air Force.

    Sources said the USAF-130E recently entered service with No 15 squadron at Ethiopian Air Force main airbase in Bishoftu town, Oromia Regional State.

    The US Embassy in Addis Ababa has confirmed that the United States government donated a single C-130E military transport aircraft to the Government of Ethiopia. In a statement sent to The Reporter the embassy said, “This aircraft’s primary use is for tactical airlift of troops and equipment to support Ethiopian participation in AU and UN peacekeeping operations”. According to the embassy, the donation includes some training on navigation and maintenance procedures.

    Ethiopia’s military transport fleet has been heavily engaged in transporting equipment for international forces fighting militants in Somalia. In August 2013 Ethiopian Air Force lost two military transport aircraft in Mogadishu, Somalia due to crash landings. The Ethiopian Air Force lost C130 and Antonov 12 military transport planes in the accidents. “The US agreed to provide replacement for a Hercules that had been lost,” sources told The Reporter.

    The aircraft selected for transfer to Ethiopia was a C-130E that had formerly served with Puerto Rico ANG’s 198th airlift squadron before being stored in the Arizona desert at Davis-Monthan Air Force Base with 22,739 flying hours recorded.

    The US government donated two Hercules C130 military transport aircraft to the Ethiopian Air Force in 1998. The American government was to confer four of this aircraft but after delivering the two the Ethio-Eritrea border war broke out in May 1998 and the US government changed its mind because of the conflict and withheld two aircraft. The US government has also donated C130 aircraft to the Eritrean government before the two-year bloody border war.

    The Ethiopian Air Force was established by Tafari Mekonnen in 1929 who hired two French pilots and bought four French made biplanes. Today the Ethiopian Air Force operates modern fighter aircraft including Sukhoi 27 and MI 35 gunship.

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    ትኩስ እና ሰበር ዜና፣ በብዛት የታዩ ቪድዮዎችን፣ ድራማዎችን፣ሙዚቃዎችን፣ ጠቃሚ ምክሮችን እና አስገራሚ ታሪኮችን በኢሜል አድራሻዎ እንልካለን። ኢሜሎን ያስመዘግቡ።


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  • Support the family of Andargachew Behonegn who sacrificed his life while saving 58 people

    Support the family of Andargachew Behonegn who sacrificed his life while saving 58 people.

    Here is go fund me page to support his his wife raise three children for the next 10 to 15 years. 

    This is a story of the death of a hero. He died saving the lives of 58 people in a bus. It is a rare story of sacrifice to save others.  The bus was carrying people from Addi Ababa to Bahirdar in Ethiopia when the driver noticed that the brake system has failed. He could not control the bus. The bus was on a ravine.  If they could not control the bus, it would plunge into the gorge and would have been instant death to all the passengers. Andargachew(Abat) was sitting infront seat and volunteered to help. He was able to ram the bus against an object. To cut  the story short the bus landed on its side killing Andargachew and all the 58 people were saved.

    Except now His wife and three children are left with no support. No life insurance, no home of their own.  We are hoping to raise funds for the children education and support and his wife's livelihood. Our goal is raise $100,000.

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    The story about Ethiopian Hero Ato Andargachew Behonegn, who lost his life while saving 58 people. 
    Admas:- የ58 ሰዎችን ነፍስ ያተረፈው ብዙም ያልተነገረለት ሰው! Dying while saving 58 souls - A story of an Ethiopian Mechanic and driver.
    ከሰሞኑ በተደጋጋሚ የመኪና አደጋ ከአገር ቤት መስማት እየተለመደ መጥቷል። መኪና ተጋጨ ሁሉም ሞቱ የሚል ዜና በበዛበት በዚህ ወቅት፣ ከሶስት ሳምንት በፊት ራሱ ህይወቱን አጥቶ፣ ግን 58 ሰው ስላተረፈው ሰው ታሪክ ልናካፍላችሁ ወደድን።
    ጃንዋሪ 28 /2015 ዓ.ም ስድሳ ሰው የጫነ አውቶቡስ ከአዲስ አበባ ወደ ባህር ዳር ይጓዝ ነበር፣ ከቀኑ 12 ሰአት አካባቢም ልክ ከአባይ በረሃ በፊት ያለውና ፍልቅልቂት የሚባለው ቦታ ሲደርሱ ፣ ባልታወቀ ሁኔታ ፍሬኑ አልሰራ ብሎ ሾፌሩ አውቶቡሱን መቆጣጠር ያቅተዋል። On January 28, a Bus with 60 people was traveling from Addis to Bahir Dar. Around 12 pm , when they arrived in an area called Filiklikit, before Abay Desert, the driver lost control of the Bus due to Brake problem.

    በዚህ ወቅት ከተሳፋሪዎች መካከል፣ ለመኪና ቅርብ የሆነና ጥሩ ልምድ ያለው መካኒክ አቶ አንዳርጋቸው ቢሆነኝ ነበረበት። አቶ አንዳርጋቸው ወደ ባህር ዳር የሚጓዘውም ፣ እዚያ ተበላሽቶ የቆመ መኪናን አስነስቶ እንዲያመጣለት ጓደኛው ለምኖት ሥራውን ትቶ ቅር እያለው እንደሄደም ባለቤቱ ተናግረዋል። One of the Passengers was Ato Andargatchew Bihonegn. Ato Andargatchew is a driver himself and has a good knowledge of Cars. Seeing the bus driver is unable to control the Bus, he jump into the drivers place and tried to Control, and eventually to stop it somewhere safe, by using the steering wheel, while the driver is still sitting with his belt on.

    እናም አቶ አንዳርጋቸው የሾፌሩን መጨነቅና አውቶቡሱን መቆጣጠር እንዳቃተው ሲረዳ፣ ዘልሎ በመጠጋት የሾፌሩን ቦታ ይወስዳል። ሾፌሩ እዚያው ቀበቶውን አስሮ እንደተቀመጠ፣ ፍሬኑ እምቢ ያለውን መኪና አቶ አንዳርጋቸው እንደቆመ መሪውን ብቻ በመያዝ ፣ በከፍተኛ ትግል ለማቆም መታገል ይጀምራል፣ እንደምንም ገደል አካባቢ ከመውደቅ አትርፎትም፣ ከአንድ ቋጥኝ ጋር ተላትሞ እንዲቆም ለማድረግ ሲሞክር ከግጭቱ ሃይል የተነሳ ሾፌሩ እንደተቀመጠ፣ አቶ አንዳርጋቸው ግን በመስኮቱ ተወርውሮ በመውደቅ ህይወቱ አልፏል። የሚገርመው ነገር ከሱ ሌላ አንዲት ሴት ብቻ ህይወቷ ሲያልፍ 58 ቱ ተሳፋሪዎች ግን መትረፍ ችለዋል። የተረፉት ሲናገሩ ፣ በሱ ጥረት ባይሆን ኖሮ ማንም አይተርፍም ነበር። Ato Andargatchew did his best to minimize the danger, he avoided real bad areas and tried to stop the Bus by driving it to the thick Bush. When the Bus slams the Bush and stops, the force throws Ato Andargachew through the window and he died instantly. Another female another passenger also died. But the rest of the passengers, including the Driver survived and they said they believe he gave his life for them. If it was not for Ato Andargatchew, all of them might be dead.

    አቶ አንዳርጋቸው ቢሆነኝ የሶስት ልጆች አባት ነበር። ጃንዋሪ 30 ቀን አዲስ አበባ ቤተል ጊዮርጊስ የቀብሩ ሥነ ስርዓት ተፈጽሟል። ብዙም ያልተወራለት የአቶ አንዳርጋቸውን ነፍስ ይማር። Ato Andargatchew is a father of 3 and his body laid to rest at Bethel Giorgis, Addis Abeba on Jan. 30. R.I.P

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    Source: Admas

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  • 30 Unbelievable Beautiful Photos of Addis Ababa You Would Mistake for London or New York City


    Receive Ethiopian News and Videos by email. Sign up for Email alerts ትኩስ እና ሰበር ዜና፣ በብዛት የታዩ ቪድዮዎችን፣ ድራማዎችን፣ሙዚቃዎችን፣ ጠቃሚ ምክሮችን እና አስገራሚ ታሪኮችን በኢሜል አድራሻዎ እንልካለን። ኢሜሎን ያስመዘግቡ።

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  • Ethiopian shop owners shot dead in South Africa

    By Sphelele Ngubane

    Durban - KwaZulu-Natal Safety and Community Liaison MEC Willies Mchunu has slammed the spate of attacks and killings of foreigners in the province after two Ethiopians were shot dead in their shop in Inchanga on Monday.

    “We are extremely disappointed and angered by these latest murders.

    “They come at a time when we were convinced that we were making progress in amicably resolving these attacks,” said Mchunu.

    Shop owners Getechaw Paulos, 32, and Deselegn Daniel, 30, were both shot in the head.

    Distraught relatives of Getechaw Paulos and Deselegn Daniel in the shop in which they were killed. Photo: NQOBILE MBONAMBI

    A relative, Eshetu Zewde, said it had been three months since the two had started working, and he was shocked because they were liked.

    “They (the attackers) took cigarettes, airtime vouchers, a phone and their Nissan 1400 bakkie. My brother phoned me during the day and said there was someone swearing at him because he could not give him a job,” Zewde said. “I know the people from this area. They took advantage of my brother because he had just arrived.”

    On Tuesday, the community lamented what they called “our loss”. Khanyisile Ngubane said they got along with their “good neighbours”.

    “When you were short, they would give you what you need from the shop without asking for an explanation. When you needed something and it was not there, they would make sure you got it the next day.”

    Police spokesman Thulani Zwane said two murder cases and a case of robbery were being investigated.

    Additional reporting by Bawinile Ngcobo

    The Mercury
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    ትኩስ እና ሰበር ዜና፣ በብዛት የታዩ ቪድዮዎችን፣ ድራማዎችን፣ሙዚቃዎችን፣ ጠቃሚ ምክሮችን እና አስገራሚ ታሪኮችን በኢሜል አድራሻዎ እንልካለን። ኢሜሎን ያስመዘግቡ።



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  • Ethiopian man’s body found in Canada could have been there for 5 years

    By Richard Dooley Global News

    FREDERICTON – A body discovered in the attic of a Fredericton apartment building by firefighters Sunday night may have been in the crawlspace for nearly five years.

    Friends of the dead man have identified him as Selamneh Techane, a former Ethiopian taxi driver who sometimes worked with families adopting Ethiopian orphans.

    frederictonfireHis friend Jennifer Zilliac said she was contacted at her home in California by the New Brunswick coroner’s office on Monday.

    The coroner’s office found her through a Facebook group that was formed in 2011 to locate Techane after he dropped out of sight.

    He was special because of his previous work in Ethiopia helping families adopt orphaned children. Zilliac said Techane made many friends in North America-and that he wanted to emigrate to Canada or the United States.

    “We knew that he was unhappy and we feared really, that he was no longer living,” Zilliac said.

    Zilliac said the coroner’s office told her that Techane may have died in June 2010.

    selamnFirefighters found the body while putting out flames in the attic after a fire in an apartment building on Aberdeen Street.

    The fire is considered suspicious, but police say it’s unrelated to the discovery of the body.

    Zilliac said she had no idea Techane was in Fredericton, or what he may have been doing there.

    Fredericton police say they don’t consider his death suspicious.
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    ትኩስ እና ሰበር ዜና፣ በብዛት የታዩ ቪድዮዎችን፣ ድራማዎችን፣ሙዚቃዎችን፣ ጠቃሚ ምክሮችን እና አስገራሚ ታሪኮችን በኢሜል አድራሻዎ እንልካለን። ኢሜሎን ያስመዘግቡ።

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  • Ethiopian Selamneh Techane found dead in Canada

    Body found in Fredericton fire IDed as Ethiopian man, friend says

    Selamneh Techane was found in attic of Aberdeen Street house on Sunday, says Jennifer Zilliac

    Zilliac says she received a call from the New Brunswick coroner's office on Monday after identification was discovered on the body. Officials are still using DNA and medical records to confirm the identity, she said. Fredericton Police Cpl. Sean Clark has said the body was unrelated to the fire and that foul play was not suspected in the person's death. Zilliac had put up a Facebook site dedicated to finding Techane after he seemed to disappear five years ago. She says he was instrumental in helping her adopt a daughter from Ethiopia in 2005.

    'He was loved by so many'

    "He was a taxi driver in [Ethiopia's capital city] Addis Ababa and he was connected with people who were adopting children from Ethiopia and connected to everybody," she told CBC News in a telephone interview from her home in Oakland. "I don't know if you've ever gone to a foreign country and not spoken the language and not known the culture and needed to rely on somebody to help you with that. Selamneh was that person for me and for a lot of people." Zilliac says Techane would translate for people and help them find family members in Ethiopia. She spent two months with him as he took her from home to home and to the embassy, helping pave the way for the adoption of her daughter.

    fredericton-policeFredericton firefighters discovered a body on Sunday evening in an attic of a house on Aberdeen Street that had caught on fire. (CBC)

    He also helped her get home in time for Christmas in 2005, "which was a huge deal," she said. "I wasn't sure when I was going to get back with my daughter. It just looked like it was going to go on for months. And then he helped [me] go through a process that involved persuading people to help me out and then we got home for Christmas Eve in 2005 with our daughter and that meant so much to me." Zilliac says Techane wanted to immigrate to the United States or Canada. She tried to help him, but he didn't get accepted into the United States. That's when they lost touch, but she heard he was somewhere in Canada. So she started a Facebook page dedicated to finding him "so friends of Selamneh could call me and if anybody knew where he was, they could communicate that way." Her first call came at 2:40 a.m. on Monday from New Brunswick, informing her that his body had been found. Officials asked for her help in locating next of kin, she said. Zilliac says one parent, Melissa Fay Greene, paid tribute to Selmaneh in the book: "There Is No Me Without You: One Woman's Odyssey to Rescue Her Country's Children"  She says the news will be devastating to Greene and many other parents who benefited from his kindness.selamn "We have been looking for Selamneh for years. He was loved by so many."

    Body discovered after suspicious Fredericton house fire

    Fredericton firefighters made a grisly discovery on Sunday evening while inspecting a home on Aberdeen Street after a fire. Fredericton Police Cpl. Sean Clark said the firefighters found a body in the attic. Foul play is not suspected in the person's death as Clark said it looks like it was a suicide that happened some time ago. However, an autopsy has been ordered. There is no missing person case report that matches the case. Clark said the body was unrelated to the fire, which he described as suspicious in nature. The house fire displaced six or seven people. The Red Cross helped some of those residents, while others found other housing options on Sunday. The Fredericton police officer said the people inside the home had no idea there was a body in the attic. The older Aberdeen Street home had been converted to apartments and had at least seven units. One room was badly damaged in the fire, while other units had smoke damage. The police arrested a male suspect in connection with the fire. Receive Ethiopian News and Videos by email. Sign up for Email alerts ትኩስ እና ሰበር ዜና፣ በብዛት የታዩ ቪድዮዎችን፣ ድራማዎችን፣ሙዚቃዎችን፣ ጠቃሚ ምክሮችን እና አስገራሚ ታሪኮችን በኢሜል አድራሻዎ እንልካለን። ኢሜሎን ያስመዘግቡ።




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  • Ethiopian Leading Gang Of Maid Traffickers Arrested in Kuwait

    KUWAIT CITY, Feb 9: Officers from the General Department for Residency Affairs Investigations arrested a gang led by an Ethiopian woman for housemaid trafficking in Jleeb Al-Shuyoukh area.

    According to a press statement issued by Ministry of Interior, the arrested gang members included a driver and 12 housemaids. When the department received information from a reliable source about the gang swindling a number of residents of Kuwait after creating an impression that it is affiliated to a domestic labor bureau, a team was formed for investigations.

    After arresting the suspects, they discovered that the housemaids including the Ethiopian ringleader are either involved in immoral cases or are reported as absconding. They were referred to the concerned authorities for necessary legal measures.


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  • Ethiopia launches mobile money schemes to extend banking reach

    By Edmund Blair

    ADDIS ABABA, Feb 4 (Reuters) - Ethiopian banks and microfinance firms are launching mobile money services, helping reach swathes of the population that now have little access to branches or services, the mobile technology providers and banks said.

    The launch of the services, which allow customers to make payments or receive money via a mobile that is linked to a bank account, mirrors technology used in other African nations that has drawn millions of people into the financial system.

    Netherlands-based BelCash is offering a technology called helloCash, while MOSS ICT, mainly owned by an Ireland-based firm, is rolling out M-Birr in the nation of 96 million people.

    In both cases, Ethiopian banks and institutions will offer the service to customers and hold the cash deposited, in line with government policy that bars foreign firms or banks from investing in the financial sector or the telecoms industry.

    "One of the things that the government wants to do is ensure there is financial inclusion," said MOSS ICT deputy general manager Kidist Negeye, adding M-Birr would help reach rural areas. "Another aspect is the mobilization of domestic savings. The government wants to increase the number of deposits."

    The central bank approved the roll out for M-Birr, which will be offered by five micro finance firms, in December. It already has 5,000 to 6,000 users and expects to add 13,000 in February. Kidist said the potential was "in the millions."

    BelCash's helloCash service could have 2-3 million users this year and 10 million by 2017 or 2018, the firm's chief executive Vince Diop said, adding that BelCash would receive a fee for each transaction made.

    Two of Ethiopia's 16 private banks, Lion International Bank and Cooperative Bank of Oromia, as well as a microfinance firm, have signed up for helloCash. Two more banks have yet to submit applications to the central bank, he said.

    The pilot project was under way and commercial services should start in about two months, Diop said.

    Bankers say Ethiopia has no more than 1,500 ATM cash machines, while there was just over 2,200 bank branches as of June, or one for every 40,000 people, the central bank says. Only one in 10 people have a bank account.

    In addition to branches, which are expensive to set up, banks plan to authorise thousands of agents, such as shops or merchants, in line with new regulations. Such agents will be able to take deposits and hand out cash via the mobile system.

    Ethiopia's initiative mirrors the model pioneered in Kenya, where there are now 27 million users in the nation of 45 million. Safaricom, a unit of Britain's Vodafone , was first with such a service, launched in 2007. (Additional reporting by Aaron Maasho; Editing by Andrew Heavens)

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