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    1. London (AFP) - Ethiopian track legend Kenenisa Bekele believes he is in the sort of form to break Eliud Kipchoge's fastest ever time in the London Marathon on Sunday. Should the 34-year-old ...

    2. Similar programmes operate in Mexico, India, and China, but the public-private partnership is the first of its kind in Africa; Ethiopia is considering investing in a parallel scheme.

    3. By Matt Westby LONDON (Reuters) - Kenya's Daniel Wanjiru held off a late charge from Ethiopian Kenenisa Bekele to win the London Marathon on Sunday in two hours five minutes 48 seconds ...

    4. Albert Korir wins 1st marathon, leads Kenyan sweep in Vienna

      Associated Press via Yahoo News2 days ago

      Rebecca Chesire of Kenya lost touch with Kiprop on the final kilometer and came five seconds back in second, and Roza Dereje of Ethiopia trailed by 57 seconds in third. Last year's winner ...

    5. The tiny, barren nation, sandwiched between Ethiopia, Eritrea and Somalia, and also hosts Japanese and French bases. The White House recently granted the U.S. military broader authority ...

    6. Keitany beat Ethiopia's Tirunesh Dibaba, who finished second, after Dibaba began to struggle on the Embankment, even stopping at one point as she appeared to clutch her stomach. Ethiopia ...

    7. Award-winning chef Marcus Samuelsson has had a lot of success in the culinary world, but his life began with hardships in Ethiopia. In this week’s Sunday Sitdown, the 47-year-old restaurateur ...

    8. Mary Keitany breaks a marathon record with 3rd London win

      Associated Press via Yahoo News2 days ago

      Tirunesh Dibaba was 55 seconds behind Keitany while fellow Ethiopian, Aselefech Mergia, was third. "It was very fast pace and I tried to follow it," Keitany said. "I think the course ...

    9. Huajian already has a shoe factory in Ethiopia. Zhang set up the plant near the country’s capital, Addis Abba in 2011. It manufactures more than 2 000 pairs of shoes a day that are exported ...

    10. Why did 'Turkish hackers' take down a UK primary school website?

      International Business Times via Yahoo News21 hours ago

      According to HackRead, the same cybercrime group hacked Ethiopia's United Nations website in 2013, again posting a rambling statement about using digital attacks to retaliate against ...

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