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Dogali Victory: Symbol of supreme African patriotism or servility?

As the commemoration of a battle with immense significance to Ethiopia, the media coverage of the momentous victory at that battle, and the depiction of Ras Alula Abanega – the indomitable hero who led his forces to victory in defence of his country – has been quite disappointing, thanks to all sorts of self-serving factual distortions from various sides.

Helping Africa help refugees

The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) recorded a total of 68.5 million forcibly displaced people worldwide in 2017, the highest number in decades.

Invisible children

A name, an official identity, and a nationality recognized by everyone: most of us take these things for granted.

The cost of going green

should aim to establish environmental priorities in investment approval and build a system which will recognize and incentivize environmental champions, writes Abiy Getachew.

How to eat to save the world

With the global population set to reach ten billion by 2050, the challenge of feeding the world in a healthy and sustainable way will only deepen.

Data-driven gender equality

If countries were to eliminate gender-based discrimination and guarantee equality by 2030, global GDP would increase by some USD six trillion.

Say no to misinforming and misleading policy and lawmakers

It is the dawn of a new era where everyone must stand and say no to pressure groups and expose evil intentions targeting to mislead policy and lawmakers since some of the legislations that have been enacted by the parliament passed only through impositions and misinformation from certain pressure groups, writes John W.