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Ethiopia: Washington update – December 31, 2020

The recent violence, including killing, beating and the destruction of property of innocent Amhara and Agew civilians in western Benishangul-Gumuz region, which borders Sudan, TPLF soldiers and militia in Mai-Kadra on November 12 massacre; Metekel region, Shashmenne and Addis Ababa region by the extremists group must be condemned by all peace-loving people. The government must […]

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Sudan declares full control of border territory settled by Ethiopians

KHARTOUM (Reuters) – Sudan said on Thursday its forces had taken control of all of Sudanese territory in a border area settled by Ethiopian farmers, after weeks of clashes. Ethiopia, for its part, accused its neighbour of sending forces into its territory for attacks. Border tensions have reignited since the outbreak of a conflict in

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Ethiopian Rights Body: Security Forces Kill at Least 76 in Summer Unrest After Musician’s Killing

Reuters December 31, 2020 NAIROBI – Ethiopia’s state-appointed human rights commission said Friday that security forces killed at least 76 people and wounded nearly 200 during violent unrest in June and July that followed the killing of a popular singer. The commission also detailed brutality by civilians involved in the clashes, saying some attackers decapitated

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Berhanu Bayeh and Addis able to leave Italian embassy after nearly 30 years

By Eoin McSweeney, CNN December 30, 2020 (CNN)Two convicted Ethiopian war criminals are likely to finally leave the Italian embassy in the capital, Addis Ababa, after taking refuge there for almost 30 years. Berhanu Bayeh and Addis Tedla, two senior officials of Ethiopia’s former Mengistu military regime, who had been sentenced to death for war crimes, were

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Foreword to the Special Issue on Education in Ethiopia

Foreword to the Special Issue on Education in Ethiopia

By Mammo Muchie & Fekadu Fullas, Yeshitela Degfu, Seble Worku  et.al First Published (Ee-JRIF), Vol 2, No 2 (2010) Re- Published  December 31, 2020 ”The larger the island of knowledge, the longer the shoreline of wonder.” (Ralph M. Sockman) We launched the Ethiopian open access electronic journal on Ethiopian innovation research, training and foresight in order

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Ethiopian migrant who became symbol of integration in Italy killed on her goat farm

ROME (Reuters) – An Ethiopian migrant who became a symbol of integration in Italy, her adopted home, has been killed on her farm where she raised goats for her cheese business, police said on Wednesday. A Ghanaian employee on her farm in the northern Italian region of Trentino has admitted to killing Agitu Ideo Gudeta,

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Sudan should unconditionally withdraw its forces from Ethiopian territories

The Ethiopian Borders Affairs Committee December 28, 2020 The Ethiopian Border Affairs Committee (EBAC), a non-governmental civic organization that has been closely monitoring the Ethio-Sudan borders for the last 15 years, issued the following statement on 27 December 2020. EBAC condemns with the strongest possible terms the horrendous crimes of rampant killings, burnings and massive

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