Archive | July 23, 2015

The 19th OSFNA Oromo Sports and Cultural Festival Rises with Time

(Gadaa.com) — It is not an exaggeration to say that the OSFNA annual Oromo Sports and Cultural Festival is the biggest celebration of Oromummaa, outside of Oromia. Kicked off in Toronto, Canada, in 1996 with a handful of soccer teams from around North America, the OSFNA annual Oromo Sports and Cultural Festival today has become […]

Uummatni Oromoo, hanga yoomiitti gadadoo keessa jiraata?

Abdii Boruutiin Uummatni ykn sabni gabrummaa keessa jiru yoomiyyuu jiruu fi jireenya gaarii qabaachuu baatullee, haalli uummatni keenya, uummatni Oromoo keessa jiru yeroodhaa yerootti hammaachaa dhufee; sadarkaa hamaarra akka gahe kan ifaa ifatti mul’atu waan ta’eef, kanaaf ragaa dhiyeessuun barbaachisaa natti hin fakkaatu. Sabni Oromoo, qabeenya uumaadhaan badhaafame Oromiyaa dacheen ishii jiituu fi badhaatuu taate […]

Obama to Talk Economics During Kenya, Ethiopia Visit

(VOA News) — President Barack Obama leaves Thursday for a trip to Ethiopia and Kenya, homeland of his father, as he highlights growth in American economic links with sub-Saharan Africa. Obama arrives in Kenya Friday, where he will attend the Global Entrepreneurship Summit in Nairobi. Later, he will become the first American president to visit […]

AU troops ‘gun down unarmed civilians’ in Somalia

At least 24 people killed and 22 injured after AU troops open fire on civilians in the town of Marka, residents say. (Aljazeera) — At least 24 civilians have been killed and 22 others injured in the southern Somali town of Marka after troops from the African Union opened fire on unarmed residents, local residents […]

Maal Wayya?/ANOOLEE ZARIHUN WADAAJOO

Sirbii kun “Maal wayya, Oromoo maal wayya? Oromo walaboomuu, bilisoomuu wayya!” jedha. Atoo mal jetta? Ani kan jedhu: jabaatnee qabsoofnee bilisoomuun dirqaman jedha. Zarihun keenyaa fi wellistooti kaan galatoomaa!!

NGOs Urge Obama to Push for Human Rights Reforms in Kenya, Ethiopia

Fourteen NGOs and experts called on Barack Obama to help protect human rights in Kenya and Ethiopia. WASHINGTON (Sputnik) — President Barack Obama should call for much needed human rights reforms in Kenya and Ethiopia in discussions with officials of the two countries during his trip there this week, fourteen nongovernmental organizations (NGO) and individual experts said in a letter to the President on Wednesday. […]

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