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#WomenInAviation: Using social media to highlight women breaking barriers in African skies
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Africans rising #WomenInAviation: Using social media to highlight women breaking barriers in African skies

The under-representation of women’s achievements in the mainstream media is a serious problem, which perpetuates gender inequality. Social media can help to address this problem by highlighting women’s contributions, and achievements to break barriers and inspire young girls #AfricanWomenInAviation #WomenInAviation

Ethiopian demand Washington Post apology for “baseless and factually incorrect allegations”
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Politics and Society Ethiopian demand Washington Post apology for “baseless and factually incorrect allegations”

Following flight ET302 crash, the Washington Post and New York Times continue to blame Ethiopian Airlines, questioning the training, and competence of its pilots. Ethiopian Airlines has dismissed the reports as “baseless and factually incorrect allegations”, and demanded that the Washington Post “remove the article, apologize and correct the facts”.

Ethiopian Airlines flight ET302: A tribute to one of the victims, Prof Pius Adesanmi
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Politics and Society Ethiopian Airlines flight ET302: A tribute to one of the victims, Prof Pius Adesanmi

Ethiopian Airlines flight ET302 was in the air for six minutes before it crashed on 10 March 2019. Among the souls it took with it was the acclaimed and highly regarded Nigerian-born academic, writer and opinion-maker Prof Pius Adesanmi, a public intellectual who loved his country and continent fiercely. TIA pays tribute.