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Ethiopian marathon runner fueled by homeland

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Ethiopian marathon runner fueled by homeland

Long-distance running is not only Ethiopia’s national sport; it is a source of pride for Ethiopians all over the world. Worldfocus contributing blogger Tesfaye Negussie went to Ethiopia and interviewed Derartu Tulu, who won the New York City Marathon in 2009, about what it takes to be one of the best runners in the world.

Posted: March 25, 2010 13:14   Comments: 24
The Ethiopian dream: come to America then go back home

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The Ethiopian dream: come to America then go back home

Tesfaye Negussie is an American journalist whose parents emigrated from Ethiopia. Last month, Tesfaye traveled to Ethiopia to visit family and friends. He writes how the desire to emigrate to America is common in the Ethiopian psyche -- along with an equally strong desire to return to the homeland.

Posted: January 22, 2010 15:15   Comments: 54
Ethiopia’s government tamps down on press freedoms

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Ethiopia’s government tamps down on press freedoms

“Remember, this is still Africa,” warned a friend of Tesfaye Negussie, an American journalist whose parents emigrated from Ethiopia. Last month, Tesfaye traveled to Ethiopia to visit family and friends and shares a story about the restrictions on press freedoms that excuse those in power and propel social injustices.

Posted: January 13, 2010 15:45   Comments: 25

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