ABERU

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ABERUAirborne Emergency Reaction Unit
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That increase of speed whittled down the leading pack from 10 to five men in the guise of Kitwara, Chebet, Ethiopian duo Aberu Kuma Lema and Deribe Robi Melka plus Eritrea's Samuel Tsegay.
The 27-year-old, runner-up two years ago when Lornah Kiplagat set her world record of one hour, six minutes and 25secs in Udine, easily blew away the challenges of team-mate Philes Ongori who finished in 1:07.38 and Ethiopia's Aberu Kebede in third.
The 27-year-old, runner-up two years ago when Lornah Kiplagat set her world record of one hour, six minutes and 25secs in Udine, easily blew away the challenges of teammate Philes Ongori who finished in 1:07.38 and Ethiopia's Aberu Kebede in third.
In 2015 she will be joined by fellow Ethiopian, reigning champion and 2014 Toronto Marathon winner Mulu Seboka Seyfu, Kenya's Lucy Kabuu, who finished just three seconds behind Mergia in 2012, 2014 Frankfurt Marathon winner Shewaye Aberu Kebede of Ethiopia and marathon debutant Gladys Cherono Keprono of Kenya, the reigning Half Marathon World Champion.
Meanwhile, in an op-ed article in The New York Times this week, Hossain Mousavian, who used to be part of Iran's team handling the nuclear issue under President Mohammad Khatami, said the United States will not be successful in dealing with Iran unless it first learns that what drives Iranian negotiators are maslahat and aberu, self-interest (or expediency) and face.
In the women's race, Ethiopia clinched a one-two double with pre-race favourite Aberu Kebede winning he second Berlin marathon in 2:20:30.
The list of approved nominees inlcudes Meaza Ashenafi, well known women rights advocate and one of the first founders of the Ethiopian Women Lawyers Association (EWLA), Aster Solomon, Nigist Haile (CAWEE), Doctor Assefa Bekele, Chanyalew Yilma, Nigatur Tesfaye, Nestanet Mengistu, Doctor Kassahun Aberu, Mekete Shiferaw and veteran diplomat Ambassador Konjit Sine Giorgis.
Ethiopia's Aberu Kebede won the women's race in a personal best of 2:23:58.
The 27-year-old easily blew away the challenges of team-mate Philes Ongori who finished in 1:07.38 and Ethiopia's Aberu Kebede in third.
In April, the 28 year-old won the Paris Marathon in 2:21:40, while further improvement followed in Berlin in September when she duelled with compatriot Aberu Kebede until 35km, finishing runner-up and improving her personal best to 2:21:19.
Mamitu Daska Molisa finished eight seconds ahead of Aberu Kebede Shewaye with a timing of 2:24:18.