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SHOCKING NEWS: Cold Blood Attacks on Innocent People again just before the Ethiopian Christmas Day! (Warning: GRAPHIC IMAGES)

from ETHIOPIA and SOUTH SUDAN – 5 JAN 2019 (Update 11 JAN 2019) UPDATE -11 JAN 2019: At this moment, there is still NO WAY between Dimma and Suri Kibish because the big fighting still take place seriously in Suri and Dizi communities. According to the Article 539 – Aggravated Homicide of THE CRIMINAL CODE OF THE FEDERAL DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF ETHIOPIA, […]

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[SURI NEWS] !!! URGENT CALLS FROM BOMA, SOUTH SUDAN !!!

20/10/2018 by John Ndunyi,  Mewun Boma  SOUTH SUDAN [ORIGINAL ON FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=2711673885525596&id=208168519209491] “I am Hon John Dunyi on the ground Mewun Sub county, Boma state former jongolei state, Mp representing suri kachipo tribe in Boma state. People on the ground Mewun Sub county are in need of helps, Due to hunger situations in the area for almost 11 months now […]

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Welcome to our ceremony in August

by Barkaman Geleway – 9 May 2019 Open trip in August 2019 Donga stick fighting ceremony in Suri land Suri ethnic culture is beyond what we are experiencing in the current civilized world. Travel to Ethiopia and witness unique traditions and practices of tribes of the southern omo. For itineraries and quotes, please contact one of our tour consultans at: sarosuri.com barkamanethiopia@gmail.com

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Happy Adwa Victory Day

Happy the 123rd Anniversary of the Victory of Adwa! Commemorating the Battle of Adwa, March 1, 1896 – An African Victory by Emnet Tadesse In March 1896 a well-disciplined and massive Ethiopian army did the unthinkable—it routed an invading Italian force and brought Italy’s war of conquest in Africa to an end. In an age of relentless European expansion, Ethiopia had successfully defended its independence and cast doubt upon an unshakable certainty of the age—that sooner or later all Africans would fall under the rule of Europeans. This event opened a breach that would lead, in the aftermath of world war fifty years later, to the continent’s painful struggle for freedom from colonial rule. Colonization took the names and language of many Africans, denied them their religions, and reduced some to the level of an animal where they branded them on their chest. In some cases, they even put a law stating an African people as 3/5 of a human being. In the late 1800s to well into the 1900s, colonizers took Africans and created “Human Zoos” in places like Paris, Berlin, Brussels, Hamburg, Antwerp, Barcelona, London, Milan and New York… African people were thought to hate themselves and most suffered from self-hatred to the extent of trying to change their skin colour. Such misery was happening nearly all over Africa in the era of Emperor Menelik. So, had it not been because of the great king and those who […]

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