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Fourth year anniversary of the Bahir Dar massacre (Achamyeleh Tameru)

Fourth year anniversary of the Bahir Dar massacre Achamyeleh Tameru Today marks the Fourth-year anniversary of the Bahir Dar massacre in Ethiopia, where over 50 Amhara Ethiopias were gunned down by TPLF military snipers in just an hour. In...

"Attackers carried a list with the names of individuals and households to target."(Yared Haile Mariam)

“Attackers carried a list with the names of individuals and households to target.” Yared Haile Mariam The group were going home-to-home checking identity cards, specifically targeting Amhara and Gurages (who make up an estimated...

Changed Status Quo, Unchanged Narratives! (Befquadu Hailu)

Changed Status Quo, Unchanged Narratives! Befquadu Hailu   It is this power struggle that cost innocent lives.  The power struggle between Oromo ethnics who have power (Power Holders) and other Oromo ethnics who think they are the ones who...

Ethiopia’s week of unrest sees 239 dead, 3,500 arrested - The Washington post

Ethiopia’s week of unrest sees 239 dead, 3,500 arrested  The Washington post At least 239 people have been killed and 3,500 arrested in more than a week of unrest in Ethiopia that poses the biggest challenge yet to its Nobel Peace Prize-winning...

Press Release on the Extraordinary Meeting of the Bureau of the African Union Assembly on the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam - Office of the Prime Minister Ethiopia

Egypt’s El-Sisi Suffers a Stunning Reversal of Fortunes - Bloomberg

Egypt’s El-Sisi Suffers a Stunning Reversal of Fortunes Trump’s “favorite dictator” can’t bank on the U.S. to bail him out. By Bobby Ghosh Twelve months ago, President Abdel-Fattah El-Sisi seemed to be enjoying the best year of...

New report alleges killings, mass detentions in Ethiopia - AP

New report alleges killings, mass detentions in Ethiopia   By ELIAS MESERET ADDIS ABABA, Ethiopia (AP) — A new report by the rights group Amnesty International accuses Ethiopia’s security forces of extrajudicial killings and mass detentions...

Ethiopia: Free Speech at Risk Amid Covid-19 - HRW

Ethiopia: Free Speech at Risk Amid Covid-19 New Emergency Law Raises Concerns of Further Arrests, Prosecutions (Nairobi) – The Ethiopian government has been using Covid-19 restrictions and a recently declared state of emergency as a pretext...