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Select 3rd tab of "maintab" Cyber Ethiopia was awarded the First Prize of the 2005 Africa Information Society Media Awards (AISI) introduced in 2003 to encourage more informed coverage of the Information Society and the Information Communication Technology for Development (ICT4D).

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Food comes in the form of a cow's blood and milk mixture, served regularly to the men by women from the village.

'The cows are sacred to the Bodi tribe so they are not killed,' explains Lafforgue. The man must drink it quickly before it coagulates but some cannot drink everything and vomit it.''One asked me if he could use my car to go to the ceremony area.

I caught up with Zeleke in Palm Springs, where he talked about the challenges of casting and filming "Lamb" in Ethiopia, the personal story that inspired the film's narrative and why Bollywood was so important to him as a young boy. You've said that casting was a difficult process since Ethiopia doesn't have a culture of cinema.

I understand that "Lamb" is partly drawn from your own experiences of migration and being separated from your family. Ethiopians can be afraid of the camera because they know the country doesn’t have a good image abroad because of the famine and the poverty.

In 2005, Ethiopia announced plans to spend hundreds of millions of dollars over the next three years to connect all of the country’s schools, hospitals, and government offices, and most of its rural population, to broadband Internet via satellite or fiber-optic cable.

Woreda NET provides e-mail, videoconferencing and Voice over Internet Protocol (Vo IP) services to local governments, and School Net provides streaming audio and video through a downlink-only VSAT (Very Small Aperture Terminal) satellite.Since May 2006, the top five most popular Ethiopian web sites (including Cyber Ethiopia) and several blogs have been blocked across the nation.The apparent objective is to prevent the dissemination of information that is critical of the regime.The state-owned Ethio Telecom (previously known as Ethiopian Telecommunications Corporation (ETC)) is the sole Internet service provider (ISP) in the country.Internet cafés are the main source of access in urban areas, and an active community of bloggers and online journalists now plays an important role in offering alternative news sources and venues for political dialogue.0-14 years: 44.2% (male 21,376,243/female 21,308,454) 15-24 years: 19.9% (male 9,557,462/female 9,692,275) 25-54 years: 29.2% (male 14,023,218/female 14,176,263) 55-64 years: 3.9% (male 1,826,602/female 1,919,212) 65 years and over: 2.8% (male 1,242,171/female 1,511,558) (2014 est.) All information on this page was collected on February 2015 and they are subject to change at any time.

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