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Ethiopian-Australians condemned xenophobic attacks against Ethiopians in South Africa. The protest was held on Friday the 24th of April, 2015 in front of the Consulate...
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Ethiopian-Australians condemned the murder of more than 28 Ethiopians by IS (Daesh) militants in Libya. The candlelight vigil was held for the victims on Thursday...

Interview with Eyasu Tesfay

Eyasu Tesfay, Head of the Tigray People’s Liberation Front (TPLF) Public Relations, talks about the upcoming May 2015 Ethiopian general election.

Interview with Berhanu Berhe

Berhanu Berhe, President of the Arena Tigray for Democracy and Sovereignty (ARENA), talks about the upcoming May 2015 Ethiopian general election. 

Memorial service in Melbourne

Ethiopian-Australians held memorial service to victims of South Africa xenophobic attacks and beheaded Ethiopian nationals in Libya. The memorial service was held...
40 Years of SBS Radio

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