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Oromo leader Dabassa Guyo mysteriously disappeared in Kenya

Read more ...(OPride) — A prominent Oromo wisdom keeper, oral historian and spiritual leader, who spent more than 30 years teaching the Oromo culture and cosmology, has been missing since September 27, family and friends said.

Susan Rice: Ethiopia’s election was “absolutely -- 100 percent” democratic

Read more ...(OPride) — U.S. National Security Adviser Susan Rice on Thursday briefed reporters and responded to questions on President Barack Obama’s five-day trip to Ethiopia and Kenya. She talked about the president’s itinerary and priorities during his controversial stopover in Addis Ababa. 

Living with fistula and the stigma of being childless in Ethiopia

Read more ...(OPride) — Dinqee Abose, 22, comes from a rural village near the town of Mendi in western Wallaga, Oromia, Ethiopia.

Tsegaye Dandana: a living Oromo music legend

Read more ...(OPride) — Prominent Oromo musician Tsegaye Dandana has been released from Adama Hospital, after weeks of treatment for what's been described as a bone cancer, according to reports on social media.

#OromoWeek2015 social media campaign

Read more ...(OPride) -- Welcome to the 2015 edition of the great Oromo get together in North America. On Saturday, Little Oromia welcomes thousands of Oromo expats from around the world for the 19th Oromo Sports Federation of North America (OSFNA) tournament and more.

Oromo migrants still flowing to Yemen despite the fighting

Read more ...(OPride) — Yemen is reeling from a devastating Saudi-led airstrikes and a protracted political crisis with no end in sight. Even as foreign countries scramble to evacuate their citizens to safety, hundreds of Somali and Ethiopian migrants are still attempting to cross the Gulf of Aden, braving the harsh and unforgiving journey in search of a better life.