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  • Egypt Confirms It Won’t Involve in Ethiopia’s Affairs

     

    Egypt Confirms It Won’t Involve in Ethiopia’s Affairs

    Egypt’s foreign ministry confirmed on Sunday media reports that Egypt's ambassador to Addis Ababa met with Ethiopia's minister of foreign affairs on Wednesday to answer questions related to the authenticity of a video reportedly showing unidentified Egyptians hailing the separatist Oromo Liberation Front during a recent public gathering of alleged Oromo supporters in Cairo.

    "Egypt does not interfere in any country’s domestic affairs," Egypt’s ambassador to Ethiopia Abu Bakr Hefny told the East African country's state minister for foreign affairs Taye Atske-Selassie, according to a statement issued on Sunday by the Egyptian ministry of foreign affairs.

    Hefny said that the video "does not reflect the reality at all," describing it as an attempt by third parties to sow discord between Egypt and Ethiopia, especially considering that bilateral relations have been improving in recent months, the statement read. More Here

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  • Can You Imagine of A New-Born Boy Who looks like an 80 Years old? Well then meet This Boy from Bangladesh

     a rare condition, and perhaps will always be judged by his looks? “I am not unhappy, nor do I feel any sorrow that my son is different,” Biswajit says without betraying any emotion.

     

    Can you even imagine of a new-born baby having wrinkles on the face, hollow eyes and a shrunken body and resembling as he is an 80-year-old?

    And you are definitely wrong if you are thinking that this is a scene straight out of ‘The Curious Case of Benjamin Button.’

    As we are talking about a baby boy who was born in Bangladesh’s ‘Magura’ district on Sunday afternoon. The Newborn baby is born with a rare medical condition called ‘Progeria.’

    Talking about Progeria, People suffering from this medical condition ages eight times faster than others.

    Can You Imagine of A New-Born Boy Who looks like an 80 Years old? Well then meet This Boy from Bangladesh

    But Will the Boy survive for a long ?

    Most Progeria patients die very young age, but the family, however, hopes that the baby will grow into a healthy boy. Also, the doctors at the hospital say that, for the time, both the mother and the newborn are doing well.

     

    “The baby looks old because his father also looks more than his age. I just hope that the baby will lead a long and healthy life,” says Arabindu Mondal, the baby’s maternal uncle.

    In February this year, a 4-year-old boy Bayezid of ‘Khalia’ village was diagnosed with Progeria. Incidentally, Bayezid’s village is not very far from the newborn’s. In the first week of August, doctors at the local hospital in Madura suggested that Bayezid be sent to the Dhaka Medical College and Hospital for further treatment.

    Though the Parents are overjoyed with the arrival of new family member

    The parents of this boy belong to a really poor family in ‘Bhulbaria’ Village in Bangladesh. Parul Patro is the mother of the boy and wife of Biswajit Patro, a poor farmer.

    However, the family has been busy meeting relatives and several curious villagers, all flocking the hospital to see if babies, like her son, really exist.

    Parul and family are ecstatic to have a new member join their family of three. Tell Biswajit, the father, that his son resembles him, and he breaks into a big smile. “Our first child, Aparna, has taken after her mother. But my boy looks like me, and I am happy,” he says.

    When the father was asked that Does it concern him that the baby is suffering from

     

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  • Saudi executes Ethiopian for murdering a child

     

    Saudi executes Ethiopian for murdering a child

    Saudi Arabia on Monday executed an Ethiopian woman convicted of killing a Saudi child, the interior ministry said. It was the 124th execution of a foreigner or Saudi this year in the kingdom, according to an AFP tally of ministry statements.

    Zamzam Abdullah Boric was put to death in Riyadh after being found guilty, the ministry said. Boric cut the girl's throat ‘and left her in the bathroom until she died’, the ministry said, without giving a motive for the crime or stating the Ethiopian's occupation.

    Ethiopians are among the millions of expatriates employed in the oil-rich kingdom. Many work as domestic helpers. Most people put to death in Saudi Arabia are beheaded with a sword. Saudi Arabia has a strict Islamic legal code under which murder, drug trafficking, armed robbery, rape and apostasy are all punishable by death.

    Amnesty International says the kingdom carried out at least 158 death sentences in 2015, making it the third most prolific executioner after Iran and Pakistan. Amnesty's figures do not include secretive China.

    Murder and drug trafficking cases account for the majority of Saudi executions, although 47 people were put to death for ‘terrorism’ on a single day in January. GulfTimes

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

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  • Ethio-Djibouti railway to be inaugurated today

     

    The Ethio-Djibouti railway will be inaugurated today, said the Ethiopian Railways Corporation (ERC).

    Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn and President Ismail Omar Guelleh of Djibouti will inaugurate the railway line linking the two countries.

    Dereje Tefera, Communication and Public Relations Director at the Corporation told FBC today that the railway will start trial operation after the inauguration.      

    After 3-5 months of test run, the railway, which was built at a cost of 3.4 billion US dollars, will begin regular service.

    Upon going fully operational, the railway helps carry 3,000 tonnes of goods in a single trip. It also reduces goods travel time from Djibouti to 10 hours.

    It will give transport service for 2, 400 people. The Ethio-Djibouti line will create jobs for 5,000 people.

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