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  • These Are The 25 Worst Passwords of 2014: Make sure your password isn't on this list

    Time: Make sure your password isn't on this list 

    SplashData, which makes password management applications, has released its annual list of the 25 worst passwords based on files containing over 3.3. million passwords leaked in 2014.

    “123456” and “password” hold the top two spots, as they have every year since the company started producing this round-up in 2011. New passwords appearing on this year’s edition include “696969” and “batman.”

    Here is the full list:

    1. 123456
    2. password
    3. 12345
    4. 12345678
    5. qwerty
    6. 123456789
    7. 1234
    8. baseball
    9. dragon
    10. football
    11. 1234567
    12. monkey
    13. letmein
    14. abc123
    15. 111111
    16. mustang
    17. access
    18. shadow
    19. master
    20. michael
    21. superman
    22. 696969
    23. 123123
    24. batman
    25. trustno1

    Cyber-security experts often say that the harder the password is for you to remember, the more secure it is. If your password is on this list, consider this smart and easy tip TIME recently received fromsecurity expert Bruce Schneier:

    Come up with an entire phrase that’s easy for you to remember, and then use the first instance of each letter, number and symbol from each word in the phrase, keeping punctuation intact as well.

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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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  • 11 people died in a horrific car accident on the new Addis-Adama expesssway

    HORRIFIC CAR ACCIDENT ON ETHIOPIA’S NEW EXPRESSWAY LEFT ELEVEN DEAD [Addis Standard]

    An early morning major car accident on Sunday January 18th on the newly opened Addis-Adama expressway has left eleven people dead on impact and nine people wounded. Five of the wounded have received life threatening wounds and are in critical conditions, an investigating officer told Addis Standard.

    addisstandardThe accident happened early at around 6:00 am when a driver of a Sinotruk coming from Adama, the capital of Oromia regional state 100 kms South of Addis Abeba, lost its track and derailed into the separation fence of the six lane expressway. The Sinotruck then hit a minivan carrying 16 people and was speeding from Addis Abeba to Adama, reducing the minivan to a quarter of its original size and killing the eleven people on board on impact.
    “We have no idea how this could possibly happen,” an investigating officer on the spot told Addis Standard, “we are unable to know whether the driver of the truck is amongst the dead or has left the accident scene.” The driver and the assistant on the minivan were among the dead. Most of the passengers on the minivan were people going to celebrate the Epiphany celebrations of the Ethiopian Orthodox Church with their loved ones, the investigating office who wants to remain anonymous told us.

    Due to massive construction works throughout the country, Ethiopia has seen a sharp increase in the numbers of the Chinese made Sinotruks. However, many Ethiopians complain of horrific car accidents caused by these tucks as most of them are operated by poorly trained drivers.

    expressway-accident-The 84.5 km Addis-Adama expressway, the first for the country, opened for traffic on Sep. 14th 2014. The six-lane expressway was built by China Communications and Construction Co. (CCCC) and financed by the government in Ethiopia and Exim Bank of china, which provided a US$800 million. The expressway has seven toll stations between Tulu Dimtu on the outskirts of Addis Abeba, and the last point in the western part of Adama.

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  • Solomon Zemichael Teklie admitted to wearing a mask during carjacking and two bank heists in Canada

    Solmon TeklieAn Edmonton man is facing a lengthy prison term after admitting Monday to a one-day crime spree consisting of a terrifying armed carjacking and two bank heists.

    Solomon Zemichael Teklie, 40, pleaded guilty in Provincial Court to three counts of robbery.

    Crown prosecutor Carrie-Ann Downey argued for a sentence of eight to nine years while defence lawyer Deborah Hatch suggested between five and six years.

    According to agreed facts, Teklie came up to Caroline Ombogo as she sat in her car in the parking lot of Northgate Mall, 9499 137 Ave., at 11 a.m. on Jan. 11, 2014.

    Teklie knocked on the car window, showed Ombogo a small black gun -- which turned out to be a pellet gun -- and motioned for her to get out. After she emerged with her hands up, Teklie grabbed her cell phone right out of her hand and then drove off as she ran into the mall.

    Court heard Teklie then entered the Bank of Montreal at Londonderry Mall, 6806 137 Ave., approached a female employee, showed her his gun and demanded money. He made off with $1,000 in cash.

    Teklie then drove the stolen car to a CIBC branch at 16135 97 St., where he approached a teller, showed her his gun and again demanded money. He left after being handed $100 in decoy money and a dye-pack.

    Court heard Teklie was wearing a mask during both hold-ups, which resulted in witnesses describing him as either Caucasian or Hispanic with strange or damaged skin.

    Police had responded to the carjacking and both robberies and Teklie was spotted driving the stolen car in the area of 66 Street and 160 Avenue about 11:35 a.m.

    Officers successfully boxed the car in and arrested Teklie without incident. The pellet gun was found in his pocket and inside the vehicle was found a skin-tone rubber mask.

    MaskPolice later found a crack pipe made out of a pop can and what appeared to be crack cocaine on Teklie and he told officers while confessing that he was addicted to cocaine.

    A victim impact statement by Ombogo revealed the woman was terrified by the carjacking and had to move from the city because she was unable to sleep. She wrote she is also scared of people, has trust issues, can't make friends or go to malls and is often afraid in vehicles.

    Hatch told court Teklie was born in the Eritrea region and then moved to Ethiopia and said he lived through civil war which resulted in him losing family members.

    She said Teklie came to Canada in 2000 after spending seven years in a refugee camp in Kenya and has been diagnosed as suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) as a result of his experiences.

    At the time of the crime spree, Teklie was working two jobs, but she noted he was abusing both alcohol and cocaine and suggested he was self medicating because his PTSD had not yet been diagnosed.

    A sentencing decision is scheduled for Feb. 23.
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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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  • Kitfo Sandwich? Owner of Abyssinia Ethiopian Cuisine in New York, Zelalem Gemmeda, Introduces Ethiopian beef-and-cheese sub

    Kitfo makes tasty Buffalo-Ethiopian hybrid sandwich

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    Kitfo, a dish of minced beef flavored with spices and clarified butter, is hugely popular in Ethiopia, where it’s often presented as the centerpiece of large meals.

    kitftosandwichWhen Zelalem Gemmeda started serving her Ethiopian dishes from a restaurant stall called, inside the West Side Bazaar she had a problem.

    How could she sell kitfo to Buffalonians, who wouldn’t necessarily want to sit down for the lengthy traditional meals, especially in the middle of the day?

    Thus the kitfo sandwich was born. It’s minced beef that’s been marinated with spices, including chile and cardamom, then drenched in clarified butter that’s been simmered with more spices. The meat goes onto a sub roll, where it’s topped with fresh house-made cheese.

    Call it an Ethiopian beef-and-cheese sub, if it makes you feel better, just don’t miss trying this true example of Buffalo-Ethiopian crossover cuisine. “In Ethiopia, we don’t eat sandwiches,” Gemmeda said. They don’t eat bread, either. “We eat kitfo with injera,” the characteristic sourdough pancake of Ethiopian cuisine. “I am creating this for other people who don’t want to eat big meals.”

    zelalemgZelalem-414x375Ethiopians, who love kitfo, usually eat it raw. At Gemmeda’s stand, you can ask for it raw, half-cooked (“leb-leb”) or fully cooked. She minces her own beef from cuts of bottom round, to ensure its freshness.

    It’s delicious all three ways, to my Western palate. The standard kitfo isn’t spicy hot, though it has a lot of flavor. The sandwich goes for $5.99.

    Gemmeda is from Harar, Ethiopia, and was resettled to Buffalo nine years ago by federal officials after 12 years as a refugee in Yemen. In Sana’a, Yemen’s capitol, she ran a much bigger restaurant, not the stands that the West Side Bazaar’s international cooking squad uses to serve their customers. “My restaurant was as big as this building,” she said.

    She became a U.S. citizen four years ago, and started selling food at the Bazaar two years ago. For the time being, Gemmeda isn’t looking to move out and find a restaurant of her own. “I like being here. The WEDI people are very supportive,” she said, referring to the Westminster Economic Development Initiative, a non-profit that supports immigrants and other West Side residents looking to start businesses.

    With the group’s support, Gemmeda said, she has been able to cook for people again, which she finds satisfying. “I enjoy being with people, and people love my food also,” she said. “I like feeding people.”

    Info: Abyssinia Ethiopian Cuisine, inside the West Side Bazaar, 25 Grant St.

    email: agalarneau@buffnews.com.

     

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  • American U.S Marshal hunting down Ethiopian Amanuel Haile Masho in cocaine possession crime

    Featured Fugitives: Holman & Measho

    GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. — Shawnee Holman and Amanuel Measho both know they’re wanted men, and according to authorities are doing anything to avoid capture.
    “Mr. Measho actually called one of our investigators several weeks ago and said he was going to turn himself in. Obviously that has not happened,” U.S. Marshal’s Fugitive Task Force Supervisor Steve Hetherington said.
    Measho is a criminal on the run, with the audacity to call the very fugitive task force hunting him down.
    “We started looking for Mr. Measho back in October,” Hetherington said.
    Measho was last known to be living in Rockford with an extensive criminal history, most recently cocaine possession. He also is known as Amanuel Haile, who is wanted nationwide.
    “We don’t know if he’s in (Washington) D.C. or here,” Hetherington said. “We have inquiries in with Homeland Security right now to see if there’s any immigration issues. We believe he was born in Ethiopia.”
    Measho has prior charges of burglary, larceny, obstructing police and drugs.
    Hetherington says most of Measho’s criminal history is here in West Michigan.
    holman-and-meashoAnother West Michigan criminal is Shawnee Holman.
    “We believe he’s still in Grand Rapids,” Hetherington said.
    Holman has served prison time for marijuana and is now on the run with a warrant for maintaining a drug house in the 800 block of Alpine Avenue Northwest in Grand Rapids.
    “There was a search warrant executed at his house back in August and a warrant was issued for his arrest for maintaining a drug house,” Hetherington said.
    He says it’s far better for these two men to turn themselves in, rather than be hunted down.
    “It’s safer. We can do it right at the jail or go pick somebody up somewhere,” Hetherington said.
    Thirty-year-old Amanuel Measho is 6-feet-1, weighs 180 pounds with black hair and brown eyes and may use the name Amanuel Haile.
    Thirty-one-year-old Shawnee Damon Holman is 6-feet-1, weighs 185 pounds with black hair and brown eyes. Holman has a scar on his head and a tattoo on his right shoulder.
    Both men have nationwide extradition orders with a reward for information leading to their capture.
    If you have any information on their whereabouts, call the U.S. Marshals at 1-877-926-8332 or Silent Observer at (616) 774-2345.
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  • [Part 2] The latest swimsuit and more pictures of Miss Universe Ethiopia Hiwot Bekele from Miami, Florida

    [Part 1] The latest pictures of Miss Universe Ethiopia Hiwot Bekele from Miami, Florida

    Miss Universe releases official swimsuit picture of Ethiopian Hiwot Bekele (15 Hot/Sexy Pics)

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  • My brother was killed outside a bar, and everyone assumed he was in a gang: Arsema Berhane from Canada

    TorontoLife
    #TorontoIsFailingMe: My brother was killed outside a bar, and everyone assumed he was in a gang
     
    Toronto’s inner suburbs have become shorthand for crumbling postwar apartment blocks, underfunded schools or gang warfare. They’re among the neighbourhoods with the lowest incomes in the city, the longest trek to a TTC stop, and the highest concentration of immigrants and visible minorities. This month, we’re sharing stories from Torontonians who live in the inner suburbs, told in their own words. Some are shocking, some tragic, some hopeful. Together, they convey an urgent truth: Toronto is failing too many of its citizens. Have a story of your own? Tweet, Facebook, or Instagram with the hashtag #TorontoIsFailingMe to tell us.

    Arsema Berhane, 32
    East York

    My father, Tsehaie Berhane, fled Asmara, Eritrea, in the ’80s during the war with Ethiopia. He was a professor, and the Ethiopians were targeting professionals. It took seven years for him to be able to sponsor my mother, Mebrat, myself, and my three siblings, Filmon, Nahom and Salem. We all arrived in Toronto in 1990. It was March 14, the day before Nahom’s 10th birthday. For four months we lived in a one-bedroom in a high-rise near Lawrence Avenue and Black Creek Drive. The four kids shared the bedroom and my parents slept on a pullout couch. We’d never been in an apartment building before, and it felt like a prison compared to Asmara, where there were other children to play with and green space all around us. That July, we moved into a community housing townhouse in ­Victoria Village. There was a big yard, fields, a school across the street and children from many different cultures. It felt like we had finally arrived at the place we’d envisioned for so long. That was an epic moment for us kids.

    The O’Connor Community Centre became our second home. We participated in the day camps as kids, and became staff in our teens, tutoring and providing youth and family support for Parks and Rec. Nahom played basketball there and led summer camps. He worked for Access Alliance, serving mostly South Asian and Middle Eastern newcomers in ­Crescent Town. All of us work in social services now; I’m a community development manager with TCHC.

    Arsema (in the blue scarf) with her father, Tsehaie, her mother, Mebrat, her sister, Salem, and her brother, Filmon, in their East York home (Image: Eamon Mac Mahon)
    Arsema (in the blue scarf) with her father, Tsehaie, her mother, Mebrat, her sister, Salem, and her brother, Filmon, in their East York home (Image: Eamon Mac Mahon)

    This past September, Nahom and I attended a United Way City Leaders event at the 519 Church Street Community ­Centre. Nahom basically had the mike that night, passionately sharing his ideas for how the organization could grow. ­Afterward, I went home to my house in the Emery Village area and he went east toward his home in Crescent Town. He texted at 11:30 p.m. to say good night, then met a couple of friends at a bar on the Danforth near Greenwood. Around 3 a.m., he left for home. Apparently he encouraged some young guys he knew who were outside to do the same, and that’s when a 23-year-old man he’d never met stabbed him. It was a totally random attack. (The man fled and was arrested the next day.)

    At 5 a.m. I was awoken by a call from my brother Filmon’s wife, Beth, who told me Nahom was in emergency at Toronto East General. I dropped to my knees and prayed, but at no point did I think he was dead or that it had to do with a fight. I assumed it was a car accident. Filmon was there when I arrived. He had been to the scene and had Nahom’s blood on him. He told me how Nahom had been stabbed. Filmon was adamant that we not call my parents until we had some information, because he didn’t want them to panic. Three hours passed and no one would tell us anything. It was weird. We finally decided to call our father, and he came to the hospital. Around 10:30 a.m. the doctors and detectives told us Nahom was dead—they had been held up because they weren’t 100 per cent sure it was him on his ID.

    That was the first time in my life I heard my father cry. It was piercing; I can still remember it. I just tried to hold it together. At that point I put on my social work hat and became the main contact for the police and media. We went home and broke the news to my mom. She started wailing: “What do you mean my son is dead?”

    The initial online conversations claimed Nahom was involved in gangs, which couldn’t be further from the truth. He was a young professional and a contributing member of society. Around 1,500 people came to his funeral, including a number of people Nahom had helped through his work. With his advice, one woman was able to start a small business. Nahom helped one young man develop a music portfolio. He’d created his own vibrant community.
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  • Miss Universe releases official swimsuit picture of Ethiopian Hiwot Bekele (15 Hot/Sexy Pics)

     

     


    Hiwot Bekele Mamo has been appointed Miss Universe Ethiopia 2014, and will represent Ethiopia at the Miss Universe 2014 pageant scheduled to be held in Doral, Florida USA on January 25' 2015. She succeeds Maheder Tigabe, the Miss Universe Ethiopia 2013, who represented Ethiopia at Miss Universe 2013 pageant held last year in Moscow, Russia. Hiwot, who successfully represented Ethiopia at Miss Grand International 2014 held last month in Bangkok, Thailand and finished as the first runner up at the finals, will arrive in the United States of America in early December for preparation for the competition. The Ethiopian beauty who received accolades for her performance at Miss Grand International said, “This is a great opportunity for my country to share our cultural diversity and talent before a world-wide audience on one of the greatest stages. I am honored to represent Ethiopia!”

     

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  • Ethiopia to build 11 new universities

    Addis Ababa, Ethiopia – The government will consolidate its efforts to fairly distribute institutions of higher learning across the country in the coming five years.

    This was disclosed by Education Minister Shiferaw Shigute during the laying of the foundation for Arsi University at Assella town.

    According to Shiferaw, 11 new universities would be opened in different parts of the country during the Second Growth and Transformation Plan period.

    Following the attention given by the government in the past 20 years, one fourth of the population of Ethiopia is attending school.

    Due to the existing 34 universities and more than 32,000 primary and secondary schools in the country, the coverage of education is growing fast, the minister noted.

    The number of students attending government universities, which was less than 10,000, has now exceeded 387,000, it was indicated.

    There are more than 30,000 graduate students and 116,000 undergraduates at the institutions of higher learning in the country, Shiferaw stated.

    Chief Administrator of Oromia Regional State, Muktar Kedir, said on his part meaningful development cannot be ensured without education.

    As the regional government has set education top on its agenda, more than eight million students are currently attending schools at various levels, he added.

    The expansion of higher education in the regional state is crucial in producing trained manpower in all sectors and meeting the development and growth goals of the country, Muktar noted.

    Arsi University is currently teaching more than 11,000 students in the Health, Agriculture, Business and Law colleges under it.

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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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  • 5 Science-Backed Ways To Immediately Improve Your Relationship

    Finding “the one” seems like an impossible feat, and keeping both you and your partner happy can be a life-long challenge. It is easy for the average couple to forget the small gestures that keep a relationship afloat as they suddenly find themselves sinking ship. Trouble in paradise is normal in healthy relationships, but the key lies in fighting with a purpose and not fighting each other.

    Inevitably, all couples have fights, ranging from the need for attention to simply nothing at all. Fighting can actually help keep both partners healthy and sane. A 2014 study published in the Journal of Social and Personal Relationships found couples in satisfying relationships who have negative communication are more likely to have bigger conflicts, but this usually is followed by bigger resolutions by both partners. Arguing allows for these stressors to be released, and in turn, leads to a solution.

    While fighting can be frustrating, it can also strengthen a relationship if resolved in a healthy manner. These fights can help set boundaries around these differences and let partners establish their own fighting style to effectively approach these conflicts. A partner’s level of relationship satisfaction tends to be a strong predictor of how couples come to resolve their problems.

    If your relationship is on the rocks, science will help break your fall with these proven ways to improve your partnership — immediately.

    1. Talk With Each Other Face-To-Face

    Couples who talk more together, stay together — most of the time. Cell phones and other electronic devices have played an influential role in the course of relationships in the digital age, but they do not correlate with relationship satisfaction. A 2007 study published in theJournal of Family Psychology found women are generally happier the more they communicate with their partner face-to-face. Calling, texting, and Skyping were not associated with greater relationship satisfaction.

    Chances are if you have something important to say to your partner, say it face-to-face, especially when it comes to confrontational topics. Communication and the method in which you communicate do affect relationship quality. Make time for face-to-face conversations to keep both you and your partner happy.

    2. Don’t Text About Serious Relationship Issues

    Texting is a fast and easy way to communicate with your partner when you’re apart. However, you should not fight about relationship problems via text. Couples who text one another to hurt each other or discuss confrontational topics are generally not happy, according to a 2011study published in the journal Family Relations. For example, texting “I don’t have any money in my bank account” is not a text anyone would be happy to receive from their partner.

    3. Break The Negative Cycle

    Altercations in relationships usually follow a demand-withdraw cycle. This means one partner will most likely be critical and demanding about the problem, while the other tends to withdraw and shutdown due to the conflict. Douglas Tilley, a practicing emotion-focused therapist and director of the Maryland Center for Emotionally Focused Therapy, wrote on hiswebsite: “85 percent of those partners who clam up and won't talk during marital conflict are men. Women, on the other hand, are more likely to pursue issues even in the face of increasing conflict.”

    A biological explanation may be the fact a man’s cardiovascular system is more responsive to stress, and therefore, they tend to block out any feeling if uneasiness. Whether you or your partner is the one who withdraws, it’s best to talk and let each other know how you feel. This will help break the negative cycle of fighting that only prolongs the argument.

    4. Apologize And Accept Responsibility

    Apologizing and apologizing while accepting responsibility for your actions are two different things. The number of times you apologize is not associated with relationship satisfaction. Rather, highly satisfied individuals are more forgiving following apologies because they regard their partners’ apologies as sincere expressions of regret, according to a 2013 study published in the Journal of Social and Personal Relationships.

    Remember, saying you’re sorry is better than not saying you’re sorry. Apologizing can help ease the hurt. Failure to do so will not lead to any resolutions.

    5. Give Your Partner Space

    It’s never a bad thing to want to spend time with your significant other, but every couple needs a little elbow room. A 2013 study published in the journal Personality & Social Psychology Bulletin found if a partner wants more closeness than what they get in a relationship they are more likely to be unhappy. This leads them to think about breaking up more, and they tend to feel depressed. It’s best to understand your partner and how much space you both require in a relationship to get along.

    These science-backed tips will dramatically improve your relationship and increase the likelihood of a long lasting relationship.
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