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ISIS throws gay men off buildings

Published: Aug 5, 2015 by bini Filed under: Ethiopian News Law & Order
ISIS throws gay men off buildings

A new photo series purportedly released by the Islamic State shows a man charged with homosexuality being thrown from the roof of a tall building in Al Jazeera, Syria. The photos were shared by Syria terrorism watchdog organization Raqqa Is Being Slaughtered Silently.



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Angelina Jolie may Lose Custody Of Adopted Daughter Zahara

Published: Aug 5, 2015 by bini Filed under: World News Entertainment Celebrity Ethiopian News
Angelina Jolie has reportedly been under a lot of pressure and stress lately because besides dealing with a looming divorce with Brad Pitt, she's also worried about losing custody over her 10-year-old daughter.

Zahara's biological mother is allegedly threatening to get her daughter back and Angelina Jolie is purportedly scared that the kid would decide she wants to go with her real mother. " It was originally reported that Zahara's 18 year old mother died from AIDS, so she was an orphan," Celeb Dirty Laundry recounted. "However, after the adoption had been finalized Zahara's mother Mentewab Dawit came forward and revealed that she had not died, and her family gave her daughter away to be adopted because she ran away from home and they could no longer care for her.

"There has always been doubts about the validity of Zahara's adoption after it was revealed that her birth mother was actually alive - and now that Zahara is older, she keeps telling Angelina that she wants to go home to Ethiopia to live with her 'real mother.'"



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Australia to Deport Yeshiwork Abrha

Published: Aug 5, 2015 by yonas2007 Filed under: Ethiopian News Politics
Australia to Deport Yeshiwork Abrha

At the 2011 census, there were 8453 Ethiopian-born Australians living in the country, most of whom in Victoria. The vast majority are political refugees. Ginbot 7's vice iceleader, Andargachew Tsege (who is now in Ethiopian prison on death raw) –€for whom Ms Yeshiwork worked in Ethiopia – wrote to the Refugee Review Tribunal on her behalf in 2012, in a letter seen by Fairfax Media. He wrote: "Ms Yeshiwork is one of our active member [sic] in Melbourne, Australia which is known by the international security tentacles [sic] of the Ethiopian regime operating from each Embassies around the world [sic]...We strongly believe that if forced to return to Ethiopia she would gravely suffer in the hands of the agents of the repressive regime".

Last week, The Age reported on Ms Yeshiwork's desperate bid to stay in Australia. She says she faces certain incarceration or worse if she is forced to leave the country. Ms Yeshiwork had been ordered to report to the Department of Immigration and Border Protection last Thursday, after failing in her bid for a protection visa, and having pleas for Immigration Minister Peter Dutton to intervene ignored. Then, the department extended her bridging visa for seven days to give her time to prepare her travel documents to leave. Anglican church parishioners in Melbourne's inner south have launched a desperate campaign to stop the deportation of Ethiopian woman Yeshiwork Abrha, who fears she will be killed if the federal government sends her home.

Australia to Deport Yeshiwork Abrha
Yeshiwork Abrha fears deportation to Ethiopia. Photo: Simon O'Dwyer (brisbane times)

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Two Ethiopians Executed in Saudi Arabia for Murder

Published: Aug 5, 2015 by yonas2007 Filed under: Ethiopian News Politics Social Affairs
Two Ethiopians Executed in Saudi Arabia for Murder

Two Ethiopians and a Saudi convicted of murder are executed in Saudi Arabia which increase the number of this year executions in the country to 113. The Ethiopians, Argawi Aldo Hailemariam and Hadish Zelalam, had been convicted of beating a fellow countryman to death and robbing him, the Interior Ministry said in a statement carried by the Saudi Press Agency. They were put to death in the southwestern Jazan region, it said. In a separate case, Saudi national Mushasha Harisi was also executed in Jazan. He had been convicted of shooting dead another Saudi after a dispute, the interior ministry said.
Two Ethiopians Executed in Saudi Arabia for Murder
An image grab from an undated video posted to Live Leak.Com shows a Saudi executioner raising his sword before beheading a convict. (The Daily Star Lebanon/Live Leak)

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Two Ethiopians put to death in Saudi

Published: Aug 5, 2015 by Mihret L Filed under: Ethiopian News Law & Order
Two Ethiopians put to death in Saudi

Saudi Arabia killed two Ethiopians and a Saudi man convicted of murder.

Saudi Interior Ministry said in a statement carried by the Saudi Press Agency, that the Ethiopians, Argawi Aldo Haile Mariam and Hadish Zelalem, had been convicted of beating a fellow countryman to death and robbing him.

The two got executed in the SouthWestern Jazan region.

In another development, Jazan witnessed the execution of a Saudi national Mushasha Harisi who shot a fellow Saudi man dead after a dispute.

Executions in Saudi Arabia are typically carried out by public beheading.

The number of Saudis and foreigners put to death this year is up 130 percent from 87 last year.

Source: The Daily Star

Two Ethiopians put to death in Saudi

Saudi Arabia executes Ethiopians for murder

Published: Aug 5, 2015 by bini Filed under: Ethiopian News Law & Order
RIYADH: Saudi Arabia on Wednesday put to death two Ethiopians and a Saudi convicted of murder, bringing to 113 the number of executions in the kingdom this year.

The Ethiopians, Argawi Aldo Heilan Meriam and Hadish Zel Alam, had been convicted of beating a fellow countryman to death and robbing him, the interior ministry said in a statement carried by the Saudi Press Agency.

They were put to death in the southwestern Jazan region, it said.
In a separate case, Saudi national Mushasha Harisi was also executed in Jazan.

He had been convicted of shooting dead another Saudi after a dispute, the interior ministry said.

Executions in Saudi Arabia are typically carried out by public beheading. The number of Saudis and foreigners put to death this year is up 130 per cent from 87 during the whole of 2014, according to AFP tallies.

Under the conservative kingdom’s strict Islamic sharia legal code, drug trafficking, rape, murder, armed robbery and apostasy are all punishable by death.

The interior ministry has cited deterrence as a reason for carrying out the punishments, but rights activists have raised concerns about the fairness of trials in the kingdom.

Amnesty International says Saudi Arabia is one of the world’s most prolific executioners, along with China, Iran, Iraq and the United States.

Source: tribune.com.pk


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