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  1. The Jangwani based club progressed after knocking out Ethiopia’s Wolayta Dicha 2-1 on aggregate success. The last time Yanga made it to this stage was in 2016 were they had placed in ...

  2. Running on a rainy, cold day — and not feeling so great herself — Linden, 34, gradually reeled in Ethiopia’s Mamitu Daska who had been leading for much of the race. Linden’s victory was ...

  3. The inky blackness that covers much of Ethiopia, Kenya, Uganda, and parts of Sudan and the Democratic Republic of the Congo in this image was caused when the Moon crossed in front of ...

  4. Kenya's Eliud Kipchoge, winner in 2015 and 2016, made it a hat-trick of victories in sweltering conditions in the capital with Ethiopia's Shura Kitata Tola second. Farah followed them ...

  5. Brent McCusker, a professor of geography at West Virginia University, has contributed to a study of migration projections in the developing world, including Ethiopia, Mexico and Bangladesh ...

  6. Yanga have progressed into the group stage of the CAF Confederation Cup for the second time in three seasons after a 2-1 aggregate success over Ethiopia’s Wolayta Dicha. Following their ...

  7. Following their first leg 2-0 home victory, Yanga will be away for the second leg clash of the CAF Confederation Cup against Ethiopia’s Wolayta Dicha on Wednesday in Awassa. Yanga head ...

  8. The talks were meant to resume next week in neighboring Ethiopia, mediated by a regional bloc. The discussions have sought an end to South Sudan's civil war, now well into its fifth year ...

  9. Kipchoge finished in two hours, six minutes and 27 seconds in front of Ethiopia's Tola Shura Kitata (2:05:00) and the UK's Mo Farah (2:06:32). Cheruiyot won in two hours, 18 minutes and ...

  10. Two years ago, 10-year-old Tirhas, whose smile lights up the room, said she and her family left Ethiopia in east Africa and resettled in Tucson. Tirhas was praised by Mason, a retired ...

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