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Whenever we issue a red card we expect a reaction from the player and it happens, that's why when I issued the red card I tried to step back in order to prevent to any reaction from the player and indeed that is what happened," said Awasa.
She left the baby with her own mother and fled Awasa.
Advice from JICA's agriculture experts now produces three crops of good-quality vegetables which are sold locally at Awasa or exported to Djibouti.
Mentwabe Dawit, mother of two-year-old Zahara, described how she was attacked one evening in 2004 after a day's work at a construction site in the southern Ethiopian town of Awasa.
One letter signed by Me Awasa (which may be a signature or may mean "your son") is addressed to "My friend the man of prayer" and offers "best wishes.
In most districts, including Awasa, Zeway, Nazareth, Jimma, Diredawa, Debrezeit, and Wolayita, the number of cases showed clear seasonal fluctuation over time.
First I traveled to Sidamo where high grade washed garden coffee comes from, Four hours' drive south of Addis Ababa, along a newly rebuilt highway running along the floor of the dusty, and largely degraded, Rift Valley, you come to Awasa.
He spoke yesterday to aid workers at the Yirba clinic in Awasa, three-and-a-half hours south of capital Addis Ababa.