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AFRICA'S LAST Ethiopian Emperor Haile Selassie I with his Lions. The lion is considered as Ethiopia‘s national animal and can be seen on various national artifacts such as the Ethiopian Lion of Judah flag and Ethiopian Airline.

AFRICA'S LAST Ethiopian Emperor Haile Selassie I with his Lions. The lion is considered as Ethiopia‘s national animal and can be seen on various national artifacts such as the Ethiopian Lion of Judah flag and Ethiopian Airline.

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Envoy leads Ethiopian Flag Day event

Yitayish Ayenew, the first black Miss Israel and also the first woman of Ethiopian heritage to win the crown, poses with the Israeli flag at Solomon Schechter Day School of Bergen County, NJ, on June 14. “Part of being Jewish is being in the state of Israel,” she told the Solomon Schechter students, with visible emotion. “To be a Jew is to keep the tradition, to continue to be who we are. I am proud to be a Jew.” Photo by Maxine Dovere.

The Day That... An Emperor Regained His Throne. Haile Selassie raises the Ethiopian flag after five years of Italian occupation. Original artwork from Look and Learn no. 563 (28 October 1972).

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Remembering the Armenians of Ethiopia - Special for the Armenian Weekly At the beginning of March, a Requiem was offered for my parents and for the Sevadjian clan, and it transported me back 40 years to when I had last been to a service in the magnificent church of my childhood: the St. George Armenian Apostolic Church in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.…

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Ethiopian Airlines to Expand its U. S. Service #Ethiopian_Airlines has expanded its fleet by adding a ninth Dreamliner to its fleet. The carrier has plans to expand its #U.S. services. If everything goes well, the #Ethiopian flag carrier will launch a service to #Los_Angeles by June 2015.