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February 2014

“ነጻነት ናፋቂ ኢትዮጵያዊ ሁሉ ለረዳት ፓይለቱ ድጋፍ መስጠት ይገባቸዋል” -አበበ ገላው

በአለም ዙሪያ የሚኖር ነጻነት ናፋቂ ኢትዮጵያዊ ሁሉ ወጣቱን ኢትዮጵያዊ ጀግና ሃይለመድህን አበራን በአደባባይ መደገፍ ይገባዋል። ወያኔ በቤተሰቡ ላይ ጫና እያደርገ የሚሰራውን የከሰረ ፕሮፓጋንዳ አጥብቀን እናወግዛለን። ከኢሳት ጋር ያደርጉኩ ቃለ ምልልስ እና የድጋፍ ጥሪ ይህን ይመስላል።

“ነጻነት ናፋቂ ኢትዮጵያዊ ሁሉ ለረዳት ፓይለቱ ድጋፍ መስጠት ይገባቸዋል” -አበበ ገላው Read More »

Egypt seeks to halt Ethiopian dam

CAIRO (Al-monitor) — Cairo has begun a diplomatic campaign on two tracks, one explicit and one undeclared, with European countries and donor parties. This came after the Egyptian government escalated its campaign against the Ethiopian Renaissance Dam under its current specifications to protect Egypt’s historic interests in Nile water, following failed technical negotiations with Ethiopia.

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Civil Society Cannot Exist in Ethiopia!”

SMNE Calls for Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI) Board to Reject Ethiopia’s Re-application for Membership PRESS RELEASE. FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE February 18, 2014. Washington, DC–. Ethiopia is once again applying for membership in the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI),[i] “a coalition of global countries, companies, investors and civil society working together to improve openness and

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Shocking Sexual Violence against Women and Children’s Rights Violations in Ogaden

By Aysheshum Yakume Everyday life is what a person daily does, feels, and thinks. In this century protection of women and children in the Ogaden region is a vital humanitarian concern”. In Ethiopia, things are connected with cultural, religious and political believes of the people. But with the absence of human rights and humanitarian senses

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Hagos: Your guide on how to be treated as a first class citizen in Ethiopia

Caution: Hagos is any Tigrigna speaking Ethiopian who may or may not be a Weyane supporter but who simply takes advantage of the system that was created for him. By Ersasu Mere I made a refreshing but somehow painful visit to Ethiopia some weeks ago. I am one of the luckiest diaspora to have regular

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Ethiopians in Limbo: from statelessness to being a refugee in one’s own Country

By Amesale Abera The Ethio-Eritrea conflict has been portrayed as a war without a justifiable cause serving the interest of those in power, a war between brothers that has led thousands to perish in a desert and yet, another thousands to be displaced and evicted from what they once called their country. It is part

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Democracy and its Trade-off: Ethiopia’s Path to National Reconciliation

by Messay Kebede Messay Kebede is Professor of Philosophy at the University of Dayton. In many of my previous articles, even as Meles Zenawi was in absolute control of the country, I have defined the creation of a government of national reconciliation as the best roadmap both for the easing of some of Ethiopia’s socio-economic

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