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Mengistu and the Martyrs Museum

Mengistu and the Martyrs Museum
 
An Ethiopian soldier in front of a memorial to victims of Mengistu (Photo: AFP)

The Martyrs Museum in Addis Abeba opened this year. In front of it stands a statue with the inscription "Never again". The museum is dedicated to the thousands of victims of the Dergue junta in Mengistu's Ethiopia of the 1970s.

  • Teenager with no feet finishes 110-km cycle race

    Teenager with no feet finishes 110-km cycle race

    The Tour de France may be the most famous cycle race in the world, but the biggest, by number of competitors, was held on Sunday in Cape Town. Some 35,000 cyclists rode …

  • Uganda warms up for presidential poll

    Uganda warms up for presidential poll

    With eight candidates contesting Uganda's presidential election on Friday, the race appears to be between incumbent President Yoweri Museveni and opposition leader, the …

  • Dying of shame: Jordan's honour killings

    Dying of shame: Jordan's honour killings

    A Jordanian court charged a man on Monday with the premeditated murder of his sister after he confessed to stabbing her thirty-five times with a knife. He claims to have …

  • South African voter registration off to a slow start

    South African voter registration off to a slow start

    The South African Independent Electoral Commission has begun registering voters for the country's upcoming municipal elections. The date of the poll has not been announced …

  • Boat commutes bring smiles to grumpy Parisians

    Boat commutes bring smiles to grumpy Parisians

    Residents of the French capital tend to flee the city in the summer months, which is too bad, because Paris takes on a gentler, more peaceful air, particularly on the …

  • Norway wonders what to do with its oil wealth

    Norway wonders what to do with its oil wealth

    Norway was one of Europe’s poorest countries when oil was discovered off its coast 40 years ago. Now its citizens are considered the wealthiest in the world according …

  • Pride and prejudice as Dutch look at 700 years seafaring

    Pride and prejudice as Dutch look at 700 years seafaring

    Over a million visitors attended the SAIL Amsterdam maritime festival in August. The event began in 1970 to mark the 700th year of Dutch maritime history and takes place …

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