Bizarre news: Mursi, the world’s most dangerous tribe, will be killed if they go here without permission Kannada News | Bizarre News | Most Dangerous Tribe in the World Mursi tribe killing humans those who went without permissionDeath was tied to the people of other races who went to the area inhabited by the Mursi tribeMany tribes live in different countries of the world. Mursi tribe is one of them. The Mursi tribe lives in the Oman Valley on the border of southern Ethiopia and Sudan. The strange traditions of this tribe are still debated around the world. do you know whereThe population of the Mursi tribe in the world is about 10 thousand.
May 27, 2023 01:32 UTC
Checks showed that the aircraft is owned by Ethiopian Airlines. Amid Sirika’s enthusiasm is a litigation challenging the Federal government’s technical partnership with Ethiopian Airline. The Federal government had in September 2022 announced Ethiopian Airline as the preferred bidder for the technical partnership on Nigeria Air. Sirika said Ethiopian Airline emerged the preferred bidder because it performed best in the technical and financial bids. Ado Sanusi, said the arrival of the aircraft did not translate into commencement of commercial operation by the airline.
May 26, 2023 22:32 UTC
China plans to send more emergency food aid to the Horn of Africa and will also fund the reconstruction of Ethiopian infrastructure destroyed in the Tigray war, Foreign minister Qin Gang said in Beijing on Thursday. Ethiopian Foreign Minister Demeke Mekonnen Hassen and Chinese Foreign Minister Qin Gang meet in Beijing on Thursday. Photo: Xinhua alt=Ethiopian Foreign Minister Demeke Mekonnen Hassen and Chinese Foreign Minister Qin Gang meet in Beijing on Thursday. Luo, chairman of the China International Development Cooperation Agency, said Ethiopia deserved "necessary support" in agriculture, education, riverside development and other areas. Last year, China proposed a peace initiative to support the Horn of Africa countries to tackle the triple challenges of security, development and governance.
May 26, 2023 22:05 UTC
In a recent revelation, the Boeing 737-800 series aircraft that the Federal Government presented in Abuja for the unveiling of Nigeria Air belongs to Ethiopian Airlines, as confirmed by Daily Trust. As evidence, ET-APL is inscribed on the wings of planes operated by Ethiopian Airlines. Ethiopian Airlines holds a significant 49% stake in the Nigeria Air project, a structure which incited domestic airlines under the Airline Operators of Nigeria (AON) to file a lawsuit against the Federal Government. AON member airlines, including Azman Air, Air Peace, Max Air, Topbrass Aviation, and United Nigeria Airlines, contend that this partnership threatens their business, potentially opening their market to Ethiopian airlines. The Minister has yet to respond to Daily Trust’s inquiries regarding the findings that the aircraft belongs to Ethiopian Airlines.
May 26, 2023 20:10 UTC
Budapest Airport has witnessed the inauguration of three new regular cargo flight operations, seeing the strengthening of the Hungarian gateway’s regional leadership role in air cargo. The cargo airline will operate between Budapest and Zhengzhou (CGO) using a B747 freighter, accelerating the development of the airport’s global air cargo route network and bringing new capacities for the BUD-CGO route, which has been operating successfully since 2019 to the rapidly developing cargo gateway in China. René Droese, chief development officer, Budapest Airport, comments: “The launch of three new cargo flights is yet another sign of Budapest’s ideal positioning as a cargo hub in CEE, for all airlines and logistics partners. Another important advantage of these new flights is that all three are served with large capacity cargo aircraft. This helps us to manage our cargo traffic development in a sustainable way, without a significant increase in air cargo movements.”Last year, Budapest Airport handled a record cargo volume of 194,000 tons, which was achieved with fewer aircraft movements, with cargo flights down 11.5% compared to 2021.
May 26, 2023 19:49 UTC
Musicians have launched a drive for more funding for performers in Africa. Artists from Ghana, Ethiopia and Tanzania have helped launch a five-year project to try to secure more funding for arts and culture, aiming to persuade African governments to allocate at least 1% of their budgets. The African Union was not immediately available for further comment. Vitali Maembe, a musician from Tanzania who took part in Thursday night’s concert to launch the project, told Reuters he hoped that more funding would help artists to be better educated. Hundreds of revellers from Ethiopia and other African Countries attended the concert, with music performances featuring saxophones, guitars, drums and traditional Ethiopian Instruments.
May 26, 2023 19:05 UTC
Brand Finance named Ethiopian Airlines the fastest-growing airline brand globally, as the company announced the world's top 50 most valuable and strongest airline brands. The company’s 2023 report on the most valuable and strongest airline brands shows that Ethiopian Airlines, which is Africa's largest passenger and cargo carrier, has experienced a growth of 79%. The report reveals that Qatar Airways, whose brand value is estimated to be USD 2.5 billion, is Ethiopian Airlines’ major challenger. Ethiopian Airlines Group has already achieved its vision 2025. The vision also aims to almost double the Ethiopian Airline’s fleet by increasing the airline’s number of aircraft to 271.
May 26, 2023 18:55 UTC
The People's Republic of China has been fragmenting diplomatic engagement with the Horn of Africa (HoA) to cement its foothold in the conflict-ridden region. The Horn of Africa comprises six states— Ethiopia, Eritrea, Sudan, Djibouti, Somalia and the self-governing state of Somaliland—of whom five are sovereign states and one is de facto, where China is now expanding its footprint. On Thursday, May 25, China announced that it is stepping up its cooperation with the African countries by sending more emergency food aid to the Horn of Africa. Beijing expanded its diplomatic efforts with Ethiopia after the United States cut the aid to Mali, Ethiopia and Guinea alleging violations of the AGOA Statutes. As the US suspended Ethiopia from the Africa Growth and Opportunity Act, China lambasted the latter's action as “meddling” in Ethiopia’s internal affairs.
May 26, 2023 18:02 UTC
Ethiopian priests recreate ancient Geez manuscriptsAFP, ADDIS ABABAArmed with a bamboo ink pen and a steady hand, Ethiopian Orthodox priest Zelalem Mola carefully copies text in the ancient scriptural language Geez from a religious book onto a goatskin parchment. At the Hamere Berhan Institute in Addis Ababa, priests and lay worshipers work by hand to replicate sometimes centuries-old religious manuscripts and sacred artwork. “Ancient parchment manuscripts are disappearing from our culture, which motivated us to start this project,” she says. Some customers order small collections of prayers or paintings to have “reproductions of ancient Ethiopian works,” she said. Like most other religious works, Zena Selassie is written in Geez.
May 26, 2023 17:59 UTC
The Boeing 737-800 series aircraft which the Federal Government flew into Abuja for the unveiling of Nigeria Air belongs to Ethiopia Airlines, Daily Trust can…The Boeing 737-800 series aircraft which the Federal Government flew into Abuja for the unveiling of Nigeria Air belongs to Ethiopia Airlines, Daily Trust can confirm. Ethiopian Airlines is a majority shareholder in Nigeria Air project. It has a 49% stake, a structure which made domestic airlines under the Airline Operators of Nigeria (AON) file a suit against the Federal Government. Domestic airlines, namely Azman Air, Air Peace, Max Air, Topbrass Aviation and United Nigeria Airlines, member airlines of the Airline Operators of Nigeria, argued that the partnership would put them out of business by opening their market to Ethiopian airlines. Among the list of grievances, the airlines demanded an order of up to N2 billion in damages for “wrongful exclusion and unlawful bidding and selection processes” for the Nigeria Air project.
May 26, 2023 17:26 UTC
Africa is set to be the second-fastest growing region in the world after Asia in 2023-24, demonstrating the resilience of its economy despite dealing with multiple global shocks. The report, launched on Wednesday, forecasts that Africa will consolidate its post-Covid-19 pandemic recovery to 4.3% GDP growth in 2024 from 3.8% in 2022. Unveiling the 220-page report, AfDB Group President Akinwumi Adesina said African countries must do more, including mobilizing more domestic resources and restructuring debt to withstand global headwinds. “African economies are moving in the right direction,” Adesina said. The bank chief also pointed out that monetary tightening in the United States and Europe has led to rising interest rates that have compounded debt service payments for African countries..
May 26, 2023 15:31 UTC
The palace of Queen Sheba locally known as Dungur which is believed to be constructed between the fourth and sixth century AD, is among the severely damaged historical sites according to local tourist guide Tekle Berhe. Addis Standard has learned that the renovation was dropped following the outbreak of the war in November 2020 in the region. Locals clearing the site of Axum obelisks (Photo: Social Media)Welu Gebrselassie, lecturer of Archaeological and heritages department at Axum University raised his fears that one of the Axum obelisks, Stelae 3, which is 24 meters in height and 160 tons in weight could eventually fall down. Despite the damages to its historical and archeological sites, Axum also incurred significant loss of artifacts from its Archeological Museum. Now we have peace, I hope with special attention from the government, Axum will again become a tourism hub”.
May 26, 2023 15:15 UTC
ADDIS ABABA (Reuters) - Performers from Ghana, Ethiopia and Tanzania have helped launch a five-year project to try to secure more funding for arts and culture, aiming to persuade African governments to allocate at least 1% of their budgets. The project, called Connect for Culture Africa (CfCA) has been started by the African Union in collaboration with Selam Ethiopia, a non-governmental organisation that uses film, music and circus performances to address issues such as women rights. The African Union was not immediately available for further comment. Vitali Maembe, a musician from Tanzania who took part in Thursday night's concert to launch the project, told Reuters he hoped that more funding would help artists to be better educated. Hundreds of revellers from Ethiopia and other African countries attended the concert, with music performances featuring saxophones, guitars, drums and traditional Ethiopian instruments.
May 26, 2023 14:12 UTC
The Ethiopian deputy prime minister also expressed his Government’s willingness to participate in implementing Chinese initiatives, the local Ministry of Foreign Affairs stated. “Ethiopia considers China a leading partner to achieve its independent development goals and hopes to continue receiving China’s support in areas such as post-war reconstruction and economic development, and welcomes Chinese companies to invest in Ethiopia,” Mekonnen stressed. Zheng welcomed the African nation’s support for Beijing in safeguarding its fundamental interests. The Chinese vice president recalled that his country firmly supports Ethiopia in consolidating unity, peace, and economic recovery. He assured that China is willing to work together to build a high-quality Belt and Road, expand practical cooperation, and promote people-to-people exchanges.
May 26, 2023 13:54 UTC
The British museum houses a lot of stolen colonial artefacts. Responding to requests by the Ethiopian authorities to return the remains of their deceased prince, igniting the latest furore, the British authorities have reportedly denied the requests. Earlier in 2007 also, Ethiopia’s then-President Girma Wolde-Giorgis asked the Queen to return the remains, but even then to no avail. In a statement responding to a BBC feature on the prince, Buckingham Palace has shared its reasoning for denying requests to repatriate the prince’s body. Numerous listings of all the looted objects present in the British Museum abound.
May 26, 2023 13:35 UTC