EPRDF coalition’s council in its 11 hours forced by mass protest met on Friday and decided to impose emergency rule for six month.
This was a day after prime minister has submitted a letter of resignation in a surprise move that comes amid protracted anti-government protests that lasted over two years.(2015-2018)
The second main factor that pushed the […] Continue reading →
Employees of the Eastern Industrial Zone shoe manufacturing park at work in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, on Sept. 5, 2017. (Sharon Tshipa/SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty Images)
The advocacy group claims the growing disparity shows that the global economy values wealth over work.
By Katelyn Newman , Digital Producer, Staff Writer |Jan. 22, 2018, at 9:10 a.m.
Oxfam: World’s Richest 1 […] Continue reading →
Eritrea has been an Egyptian proxy since the time of Nasser. The liberation front was organized and armed by Egypt since 1950 to destabilize Ethiopia in order to control the source of the Nile. The only source of water for Egypt. Egypt is threatened impact on its water supply of the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam, now being built near […] Continue reading →
The idea that African countries have long been independent and free to pursue their own destinies seems obvious to young Africans across the continent. Yet, the everyday reality often feels far from that. Some 50 to 60 years after independence for many countries, Africa’s fortunes seem to still closely aligned with developmental support and financial […] Continue reading →
Ethiopia “Opens prison doors” the system that put them to jail is still intact & the responsible are still free!
The Ethiopian government announced it would close the Maekelawi detention facility in Addis Ababa, which has been described as “one of the country’s most notorious police stations”. and free all political prisoners.The system that put them […] Continue reading →