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Commemorating the Legacy: Reflecting on the Two Italian-Ethiopian Wars

Commemorating the Legacy: Reflecting on the Two Italian-Ethiopian Wars

By Berhane Tadese, New York City February 25, 2024 In a stirring celebration of resilience, courage, and sacrifice, the Ethiopian community in New York City gathered at Columbia University on February 24, 2024, to commemorate the profound significance of the first and second Italian-Ethiopian wars. The first Italian-Ethiopian war, marking 128 years since the triumph […]

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Koree Nageenyaa: Ethiopia’s Crisis: Abiy Ahmed’s Deadly Tactics “Extrajudicial killing”

Koree Nageenyaa: Ethiopia’s Crisis: Abiy Ahmed’s Deadly Tactics “Extrajudicial killing”

(Reuters) – A secretive committee of senior officials in Ethiopia’s largest and most populous region, Oromiya, has ordered extra-judicial killings and illegal detentions to crush an insurgency there, a Reuters investigation has found. Reuters interviewed more than 30 federal and local officials, judges, lawyers and victims of abuses by authorities. The agency also reviewed documents

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Abiy Ahmed’s Airstrike Kills 15 Civilians in Amhara, Ethiopia

Abiy Ahmed’s Airstrike Kills 15 Civilians in Amhara, Ethiopia

Feb 23 (Reuters) – An airstrike in Ethiopia’s Amhara region killed at least 15 civilians, including children and elderly people, when it hit a truck carrying them to a village this week, three residents said. The strike took place on Monday around 24 km (15 miles) from where Ethiopian troops were fighting militiamen, according to

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The Controversial Role of Professor Al Mariam in Ethiopian Politics

The Controversial Role of Professor Al Mariam in Ethiopian Politics

In the wake of the recent innocent civilians’ massacre at Merawi, Gojjam in Ethiopia by Abiy Ahmed Ali’s military forces, the international community including the governments of the United States, Canada, United Kingdom, the United Nations, and European Union have expressed their “deep concerns” (outrage in a diplomatic parlance) and called for an independent investigation.

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Ethiopian women join a Fellowship to promote equitable agri-food systems policies

Ethiopian women join a Fellowship to promote equitable agri-food systems policies

PRESS RELEASE Eleven Ethiopians are amongst 50 African women selected as Policy Fellows for the second cohort of The Gender Responsive Agriculture Systems Policy (GRASP) Fellowship, an initiative of African Women in Agricultural Research and Development (AWARD) funded by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID). The AWARD Policy Fellowship is cultivating a growing pool of

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Why Do So Many Incompetent Men Like Abiy Ahmed Became Leaders?

Why Do So Many Incompetent Men Like Abiy Ahmed Became Leaders?

by Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic Summary.   Why are so few women in management positions? The popular explanations range from women just aren’t capable of being leaders to women just don’t want to be leaders. According to the author, however, the absence of women in leadership roles has less to.. There are three popular explanations for the clear under-representation

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Hunger Crisis in Ethiopia: Desperation at the Door of Death

Hunger Crisis in Ethiopia: Desperation at the Door of Death

Agencies warn ‘starvation and death are inevitable’ as war, drought and a halt to aid leave Tigray warning of famine The Guardian reporter The grain stores are empty in the village of Tseykeme, where eight-year-old Gebremichael and his little brother, Gebreyohannes, spend their afternoons collecting small orange berries from the trees behind their home. The

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