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March 2023

U.S. says war crimes committed by all sides of Ethiopia’s Tigray conflict

U.S. says war crimes committed by all sides of Ethiopia’s Tigray conflict

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Biden administration announced Monday that it has determined all sides in the brutal conflict in Ethiopia’s northern Tigray region committed war crimes and crimes against humanity. The move carries no immediate U.S. policy implications but lends weight to calls for such allegations to be prosecuted. Secretary of State Antony Blinken announced […]

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The relevance and necessity of making Amharic one of official working languages of African Union (AU) 

The relevance and necessity of making Amharic one of official working languages of African Union (AU) 

By Rahmatou Keita “We don’t need to use language of Colonizers while we have an African language and Script.” President Sekou Toure President of Guine, Sekou Toure, when Organization of African Unity (OAU) was established in 1963 in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, as head of the assembly emphatically said “It is not appropriate and thus we

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Ethiopia: the newest and the only protectorate of the United States in Africa

Ethiopia: the newest and the only protectorate of the United States in Africa

Mesfin Arega mesfin.arega@gmail.com A protectorate is a state that is controlled and protected by another state, and a country is surely in full control of another country if it orders that country how to draw its regional borders, who should govern what region, which regional force should be deployed where, and which regional force should not be deployed where.  Such is the

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State Collapse in Ethiopia:  The rewards of ethnic violence by a predatory government

State Collapse in Ethiopia: The rewards of ethnic violence by a predatory government

Author Contact Information: Girma Berhanu Department of Education and Special Education (Professor) University of Gothenburg Box 300, SE 405 30 Göteborg, Sweden E-mail: Girma.Berhanu@ped.gu.se Introduction “Failed state” refers to a state whose government is unable to perform its two most fundamental functions: it cannot project any meaningful authority over its territory and it cannot protect

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Boeing Says There Was No Pain or Suffering in 737 Max Crash Because Everyone Died Instantly

Boeing Says There Was No Pain or Suffering in 737 Max Crash Because Everyone Died Instantly

Lawyers argue that victims in the Ethiopian Airlines 737 Max crash died painlessly, thus, the airplane manufacturer shouldn’t owe damages to victims’ families.   By Bob Sorokanich We’re one week past the four-year anniversary of the crash of Ethiopian Airlines Flight 302, which went down in Ethiopia shortly after takeoff on March 10, 2019, killing all

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Some Amara Intellectuals’ Shabby Reaction against the Escalating Amara Genocide: “Change the Constitution!”

Some Amara Intellectuals’ Shabby Reaction against the Escalating Amara Genocide: “Change the Constitution!”

By Belayneh Abate Almost all the world mass media including top news channels, newspapers and social media frequently talk about crimes against humanity in Ukraine and Syria. Similarly, many media outlets talk about Rohingya genocide in Myanmar, uyghurs ethnic cleansing in China, and other atrocities in the world. However, no international or national media coverage

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The Horn of Africa States Solidarity of the HAS World

The Horn of Africa States Solidarity of the HAS World

By Dr. Suleiman Walhad March 16th, 2023 President Hassan Sheikh Mahmoud of Somalia was again in Eritrea on March 13th, 2023 for the third time in less than nine months, indicating the building of closer relationship of the two countries. President Hassan already enjoys a good relationship with President Ismail Guelleh of Djibouti and, of

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Addis Ababa City Administration Conspiracy Theory for Migration-led Urbanization in Ethiopia

Addis Ababa City Administration Conspiracy Theory for Migration-led Urbanization in Ethiopia

Tsegaye Tegenu, PhD March 15, 2023 In its regular session of 6 months performance report, on March 12, 2023, the Addis Ababa City Administration has discussed the peace and security of the city. In the performance report, the wave of internal migration to the city was presented as a secret plot organized by powerful forces

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