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Ethiopia and Sudan didn’t respond to Egypt’s call to meet over GERD – Sudan Tribune Egypt FM warn Ethiopia over Nile River dam WP Egypt, Ethiopia fail to resolve differences over Nile dam – GCR  Human Rights Abuses of Eritreans, At Home and Abroad | Human Rights Watch Eritrean national Medhaine Yahdego Mered, labelled the world’s most wanted man Ethiopia’s […]

The Nomination of Dr. Abiy Ahmed as a Ethiopian Premier by TPLF controlled EPRDF- a facade not a change in continuity?

Abiy’ rise to become Prime Minister – head of government – is premised on approval by the TPLF’s  Council and subsequent approval by the parliament. EPRDF election process is a mere formality.  He will take over from Hailemariam Desalegn who resigned his post in mid-February amid of mass protest. He completed a PhD in 2017 from Institute […]

Ethiopia accuses Eritrea of destabilizing security, but Eritrea Rejects !

Ethiopia has accused neighboring Eritrea of attempting to compromise its security by supporting “destructive” groups. According to reports Ethiopia’s state television, Eritrea is supporting groups smuggling weapons across the border. Ethiopia is currently under a state of emergency as the country works to replace prime minister Hailemariam Desalegn who announced his resignation last month. Eritrea’s government rejected allegations by […]

Ethiopian State of Emergency and US Rex Tillerson’s visit, saves the situation, or advice the regime share or leave power?

Rex Tillerson’s visit, saves the situation, or advice the regime share or leave power?  Strikes protesting Ethiopia’s state of emergency spread across the restive Oromia region ahead of U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson’s arrival for talks with the Horn of Africa nation’s embattled government. More than two years of protests in the Oromia and Amhara regions […]

Ethiopian declared second time state of emergency as the Premier forced to resign by active protest & internal TPLF fallout!

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 […]

Richest 1 Percent Get 82 Percent of the Wealth 77 Ethiopians living below the poverty line Oxfam

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 […]

Ghana’s president calling for Africa to end its dependency

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 […]

Eritrean capital shocked by protest calling the end of the authoritarian regime!

Eritrean authorities shot and killed over 30 young protesters, wounded and jailed hundreds at the student manifestation against for transferring all schools to become community schools administered and financed by the public. Some of the protestors were chased, all the way to Akria the neighborhood of the school where many of the students were from. Eritrea is […]