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Ad·dis

(ad'is),
Thomas, U.S. internist, 1881-1949. See: Addis count.
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Addis Ababa State TV is a 24/7 TV channel broadcasting a mixture of news, current affairs and entertainment programmes over satellite and digital terrestrial broadcasts.
SUNA learnt today sittings will focus on procedural matters then move to details of agenda of the sittings which are taking place in Radisson Blu Hotel in Addis Ababa.
The Masters is delivered by the Cranfield University, the academic partner of the UK Defence Academy, and was first delivered in Addis Ababa in 1999.
I was walking past the Probation Office and the next thing I know I'm lying on the floor," said Mr Addis, who lives in Rhydyfelin, near Pontypridd.
Hailemariam Desalegn (IGAD Chairman), on Thursday, 31 March, 2016, in Addis Ababa.
The Addis Ababa City Education Bureau has implemented the project that amounted to an investment of more than 240 million Ethiopian Birr (11.
The witness described seeing Mr Addis "holding his left leg and groaning" and then start to bang repeatedly on the car windows.
Mr Addis was demanding his phone back because he didn't want his wife of 15 years to see "certain messages" on it.
Crowne Plaza Addis Ababa will also feature a range of meeting facilities, including a boardroom, several large meeting rooms, and a ballroom for larger events.
The hijacking of the Ethiopian Airlines flight from Addis Ababa reminds us of a gruesome incident that happened around 18 years ago.
Given its altitude, 2,350 meters, its bracing climate all year round, its population, about three and a half million which is just about right, Addis Ababa is certainly worth a visit being close to the Arabian peninsula and is fairly cheap to spend a holiday in.
Addis Ababa: Ethiopia's construction of a dam on a tributary of the Nile is not open to negotiation, the Addis Ababa government said on Friday, as a confrontation with Egypt over the project escalated.