Search Search Keyword: Any words All words Exact phrase Ordering: Newest first Oldest first Most popular Alphabetical Section/Category Search Keyword ethiopian troops Total 45 results found. Search for [ ethiopian troops ] with Results 1 - 30 of 45 5 10 15 20 25 30 50 1. Ethiopia: Ethiopian Millennium Festival And Facts About Ethiopia - AllAfrica.com (News/Traveller news) Ethiopia: Ethiopian Millennium Festival And Facts About EthiopiaAllAfrica.com, Washington - 15 hours agoLocated in the Horn of Africa, Ethiopia covers an area of 1.2 m. sq. km. Ethiopia is t Sunday, 24 December 2006 2. Ethiopia: Denounces Eritrea because of Somalia - SomaliNet (News/Traveller news) ...on Eritrea for destabilizing the peace in Somalia and being involved in the war in Somalia. Mohamood Dirir, Ethiopian tourism minister, ...Ethiopia: Denounces Eritrea because of SomaliaSomaliNet ... Saturday, 23 December 2006 3. Somalia: Ethiopia Denounces Eritrea for Being Involved in ... - AllAfrica.com (News/Traveller news) ...on Eritrea for destabilizing the peace in Somalia and being involved in the war in Somalia. Mohamood Dirir, Ethiopian tourism minister, ...Somalia: Ethiopia Denounces Eritrea for Being Involved in ..... Friday, 22 December 2006 4. Ethiopia denounces Eritrea for being involved in Somalia?s war - Shabelle Media Network (News/Traveller news) ...on Eritrea for destabilizing the peace in Somalia and being involved in the war in Somalia. Mohamood Dirir, Ethiopian tourism minister, ...Ethiopia denounces Eritrea for being involved in Somalia?s w... Friday, 22 December 2006 5. Ethiopia: The Ethiopian Millennium By Professor Richard Pankhurst - Nazret.com (News/Traveller news) Ethiopia: The Ethiopian Millennium By Professor Richard PankhurstNazret.com, MD - Dec 21, 2006This enlarged replica, which is there for all to see ? and has become something of a tourist si Thursday, 21 December 2006 6. Somalia: Ethiopia Denies Its Troops Were Involved in Somalia's Clashes - AllAfrica.com (News/Traveller news) ...enies Its Troops Were Involved in Somalia's ClashesAllAfrica.com, Washington - Dec 21, 2006The Ethiopian tourism minister Mohammed Dureer has told BBC Arabic section that no Ethiopian tr... Thursday, 21 December 2006 7. Ethiopia denies its troops were involved in Somalia?s clashes - Shabelle Media Network (News/Traveller news) ...ies its troops were involved in Somalia?s clashesShabelle Media Network, Somalia - Dec 21, 2006The Ethiopian tourism minister Mohammed Dureer has told BBC Arabic section that no Ethiopian tr... Thursday, 21 December 2006 8. Lucy's ancient bones to tour US (Unknown/Unknown) ...skeleton of the fossilised, 3.2 million-year-old human ancestor known as Lucy, will go on display in the US, Ethiopian officials say. After four years of negotiations with the Houston Museum... Thursday, 26 October 2006 9. RealEthiopia.com at your service (RealEthiopia/RealEthiopia) RealEthiopia.com targets the international and domestic tourists by providing instant access to motivational and destinational information about Ethiopia. The information provided are as follows where Thursday, 07 September 2006 10. Content policy (RealEthiopia/RealEthiopia) ...ntent as one of the following: background articles under Ethiopia, travel journeys, news pointers related to Ethiopian tourism, pictures in our photo gallery, posts in our forums, listings of establis... Wednesday, 09 August 2006 11. Export (Government and politics/Economy) ...rade and now it accounts for about 15% of the export, coming in second after coffee. The destinations of the Ethiopian exports are few countries: Germany, Italy, United States, France, United Kingdom,... Thursday, 05 January 2006 12. Nechisar National Park (Nature/National parks) ...rs, Caprimulgus fraenatus and C. donaldsoni. The south-western corner of Lake Abaya supports one of only two Ethiopian populations of Myrmecocichla albifrons. Other notable species include Aviceda cuc... Wednesday, 04 January 2006 13. Gambella National Park (Nature/National parks) ...alco monogrammicus (little-known in Ethiopia), Campethera cailliautii and Acrocephalus melanopogon. The only Ethiopian record of Vanellus crassirostris is from Gambella. This Park was proposed to he... Tuesday, 03 January 2006 14. Simien Mountain National Park (Nature/National parks) Massive erosion over the years on the Ethiopian plateau has created one of the most spectacular landscapes in the world, with jagged mountain peaks, deep valleys and sharp precipices dropping some 150 Tuesday, 03 January 2006 15. Harar (Cities/Harar) ...ometers (324 miles) from Addis Ababa, in many aspects stands out in historical splendour, considering modern Ethiopian history, as we will further entail, and has also managed preserve many of it's hi... Monday, 26 December 2005 16. Gondar (Cities/Gondar) The third largest city in Ethiopia, Gondar is about 748 kilometers north of Addis Ababa and served as the Ethiopian capital from the reign of Fasiladas (1632-1665) until the reign of Emperor Tewodros Monday, 26 December 2005 17. Dire Dawa (Cities/Dire Dawa) ...of the railway terminal, many modern buildings, shops, offices, etc. This part of the town differs from most Ethiopian settlements in that it was constructed in a carefully thought-out manner, with st... Monday, 26 December 2005 18. Axum (Cities/Axum) ...can be visited virtually all year round. Visits there would be more interesting if they were made during the Ethiopian Christmas and Epiphany (January 7 and 19, respectively) when visitors will enjoy ... Monday, 26 December 2005 19. Awassa (Cities/Awassa) ...Well, that was indeed not all, salt it all with the Sidama culture and you have got yourself one of the main Ethiopian city to love. Awasa, the regional capital of Sidamo, is 268 kilometers (about 168... Monday, 26 December 2005 20. Investment (Government and politics/Economy) ...ing for much of that. The European Union has been the second largest source of FDI, providing about 30%. The Ethiopian Diaspora have also provided substantial FDI. ... Wednesday, 21 December 2005 21. Addis Ababa (Cities/Addis Ababa) ...ion of Judah, repatriated from Italy as recently as the 1960s and now standing in a square facing the Franco Ethiopian railway terminal. Adowa (or Menelik's) Square, where stands an imposing statue ... Wednesday, 21 December 2005 22. Addis Ababa's History (Cities/Addis Ababa) ...hiopia). At the suggestion of the said Frenchman for an alternative to bring an end to the impermanence of Ethiopian cities, the planting of fast-growing trees, Menelik was only too happy to stay wh... Wednesday, 21 December 2005 23. The cool zone (Nature/Climate) ... night and snow occurs at the highest elevations. Many tourists are surprised at how cool it can be in the Ethiopian highlands. Be prepared for sudden cold weather and mountain storms. During the ... Wednesday, 21 December 2005 24. Climate (Nature/Climate) ... make the land a curiosity to behold. Diverse rainfall and temperature patterns are largely the result of Ethiopian's location in Africa's tropical zone and the country's varied topography. Altitud... Wednesday, 21 December 2005 25. Wildlife (Nature/Wildlife) Ethiopian wildlife is as diversified as the topography and the climatic conditions of the country. Ethiopia has a recorded list of 242 land mammals, of which twenty-eight are endemic. M Wednesday, 21 December 2005 26. Bale Mountains National Park (Nature/National parks) ...nic driving and the chances to view many of Ethiopia's endemic mammals, in particular the Mountain Nyala and Ethiopian Wolf, and birds, such as the Thick-billed Raven, Wattled Ibis, Blue-winged Goose,... Wednesday, 21 December 2005 27. Sof Omar Caves (Nature/Geography) .... Torches and, of course, a map are a must when on a visit to the Sof Omar caves. Maps are provided by the Ethiopian Tourism Enterprise. Local guides also carry a copy of the map. Bats (no troubl... Wednesday, 21 December 2005 28. Trekking in Ethiopia (Nature/Geography) ...n scenery, and the tradition of generous hospitality of the people, with which Ethiopia is blessed, make the Ethiopian highlands superb trekking sites. Trekking in Ethiopia does not req... Wednesday, 21 December 2005 29. Landmarks (Nature/Geography) ...Nile, locally known as Abay, originating from a place near Lake Tana, with a stunning fall called Tis Essat. Ethiopian rivers that flow into the Nile contribute 85% of the water of the Nile on which t... Wednesday, 21 December 2005 30. Geography (Nature/Geography) ...ed. At present it is estimated that 15% of the land is cultivated though 65% of its area is arable. The Ethiopian highlands cover an area with elevation between 1500 and 4700 meters above sea lev... Wednesday, 21 December 2005 Too many pages.