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The United Nations Security Council is Painfully Slow vis-à-vis the Tigray Genocide.

March 2, 2021 . Ghelawdewos..

The war that was declared on Tigray on November 4, 2020 has been going on unabated despite the massive Tigrayan protestations and demonstration worldwide, and despite European Union repeated admonishment to the Eritrean and Ethiopian…

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How a Triad of Forces Emasculated…

February 20, 2021 . Ghelawdewos

This brief article in Amharic will focus on the present Ethiopian crisis (conflict and war) that has…

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Did Eritrea Commit War…

March 2, 2021 . BY LYNSEY..

The Ethiopian government is facing mounting allegations that foreign soldiers and Amhara regional forces committed…

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UN Security Council To Discuss…

March 3,2021 . By Laura…

(CNN)The UN Security Council will discuss the humanitarian situation in Ethiopia’s Tigray region on Thursday behind closed doors,….

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Urgent And Confidential…

March 3 2021 . By friend…

He told me that the government is procuring 6 new high tech war Drones from China & Turkey (3-each) & 20 radar mounted…

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Reversing History: Eritrea’s Form…

March 02, 2021 . By Desta…

Since its defeat of Italian colonialists at the Battle of Adwa on March 1, 1896, Ethiopia has remained the…

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How a Triad of Forces Emasculated…

February 20, 2021 . By Ghelawdewos…

This brief article in Amharic will focus on the present Ethiopian crisis (conflict and war) that has…

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Voice of Reason…

Feb 6, 2021 . By Abiy…

Colonel Abiy Ahmed has the shameless audacity to state: “Toward a Peaceful Order in the Horn of Africa” published in Project…

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Finding a Path to Peace…

11 February 2021 . By Crisis Group

What’s new? After weeks of fighting in Ethiopia’s Tigray region, federal
troops removed the regional….

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BY LUCY KASSA

I reported on Ethiopia’s secretive war. Then came a knock at my door

Feb 11, 2021

ADDIS ABABA, Ethiopia — Around 10:30 Monday morning, there was a knock at my door. When I answered, I saw three men I did not recognize. They barged in, knocking me to the floor.

They did not introduce themselves; they didn’t produce any kind of ID or search warrant. They began to ransack my house. For nearly two years I have been reporting on Ethiopia’s northern

Tigray region, where government forces last November launched an operation to oust the regional ruling party, the Tigray People’s Liberation Front, or TPLF

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