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Mali fans attack Ethiopian team bus in Mali

Published: Oct 16, 2014 by bini Filed under: Ethiopian News Sport News
Mali fans attack Ethiopian team bus in Mali
By Elias Meseret

Mali fans attack Ethiopian team bus in MaliSupporters of the Malian football team have thrown plastic bottles in to the field after Ethiopia scored the third goal of the match that ended 3-2 with a win for the Waliyas.

A report DireTube obtained from a source at the Ethiopian Football Federation has also indicated that Malian police have used tear gas to disperse angry Malian national football team fans.


"The Ethiopian national football team delegation was later escorted by riot police, and 100 meters away from the March 26 stadium angry supporters have broken down the team bus' front  window by throwing stones," the source told Dire Tube.

The Ethiopian national football team has defeated the stronger Malian side 3-2 at the March 26 national stadium in their crucial 2015 AFCON qualifier.

The Ethiopian side has played with 10 players for 40 minutes after Getanhe kebede left the pitch with straight red card in the 53rd minuted of the game.  

Ethiopia defeats Mali 3-2 in Bamako

Published: Oct 15, 2014 by bini Filed under: Ethiopian News Sport News
Ethiopia defeats Mali 3-2 in Bamako

Ethiopia defeats Mali 3-2 in BamakoBamako, Mali - The Ethiopian national team “Walias” achieved a surprising result here today when they beat Mali 3-2 to avenge their 2-0 defeat in Addis Ababa on Saturday.

It was Mali who scored first through Bakary Sako (32″), but the Walias responded with 2 quick goals of their own by Omed Oukri (36′) and Getaneh Kebede (45′).

The second half didn’t start well for the Walias as Getaneh Kebede was given his marching order (59″) to be followed by Mali equalizing in the 69th minute thanks to Mustaph Yattabare.

It was Abebaw Butako who scored the winning goal for Ethiopia in extra time.

EthioSport


Amazing Images: Gilgel Gibe III Dam Project 87% Completed

Published: Oct 15, 2014 by bini Filed under: Ethiopian News
Amazing Images: Gilgel Gibe III Dam Project 87% Completed

The Gilgel Gibe III Dam Project 87% Completed and is 243m high roller-compacted concrete dam with an associated hydroelectric power plant on the Omo river in Ethiopia.

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Floods displace 8,000 Ethiopian families

Published: Oct 15, 2014 by bini Filed under: Ethiopian News
Floods displace 8,000 Ethiopian families
The flooding came in the wake of heavy rainfall, measured at between 45 and 91 millimeters

Floods displace 8,000 Ethiopian familiesSome 8,000 families have been displaced by the recent overflowing of Ethiopia's Awash River across the country, the Ministry of Water, Energy and Irrigation said Wednesday.

"Households are being moved to higher ground and given temporary shelter," ministry spokesperson Bizuneh Tolcha told Anadolu Agency, asserting that no casualties had been reported thus far.

"The Ministry of Defense, UNICEF and other donor organizations are working in collaboration with the ministry in an effort to distribute food aid and other materials to the displaced," Tolcha said.

"Food aid, medicine, canopies and other household utensils are being dropped from the air by Defense Ministry helicopters," the spokesperson added.

He went on to note that cotton and sugarcane fields, covering more than 5,200 hectares of land, had also been flooded.

Efforts are currently underway to repair a dike that was breached by the floodwaters, he said, adding that all necessary equipment – including heavy trucks, excavators and bulldozers – had already been dispatched to the area.

Ethiopian: ERA Undertaking Road Projects with Close to 30 Billion Birr

Published: Oct 15, 2014 by Mihret L Filed under: Ethiopian News Business
Ethiopian: ERA Undertaking Road Projects with Close to 30 Billion Birr

Ethiopian Roads Authority (ERA) announced that it would carry out 43 road projects with close to 30 billion birr this Ethiopian budget year.

ERA Public Relations Director Samson Wondimu told ENA that over 90 percent of the cost for the 2,787 km road projects would be covered by the Ethiopian government.


University students who are found guilty of provoking violence got 6 months prison sentence

Published: Oct 15, 2014 by girumtebeje Filed under: Ethiopian News Law & Order
University students who are found guilty of provoking violence got 6 months prison sentence

Thirteen university students who were accused of provoking violence by protesting against Ministry of Education’s religious ethics and dress code regulation on higher institutions are sentenced to six months imprisonment.

But since the students have already been in jail for sixteen months, the court has ordered for the release of the students in its yesterday’s session.

It is remembered that the Federal High Court’s 15th criminal bench had passed a guilty verdict on the students on its September 30th, 2014 session.

The students are from Jigjiga, Civil Service, Bahir Dar, Jimma, Hawassa and Debre Birhan Universities.

The thirteen students who are released from jail are Ismael Nur Hussein, Fetiya Mohammed, Nuriye Kasim, Yasin Feyemo, Mohammed Amin, Mohammed Seid, Seid Ibrahim, Abdella Mohammed, Abdi Mohammed and Ibrahim Yusuf.

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