World Report 2014: Ethiopia

Hopes that Ethiopia’s new leadership would pursue human rights reforms following Prime Minister Meles Zenawi’s death in August 2012 have been shattered; there was no tangible change of policy in 2013. More...

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Ethiopia: UDJ Peaceful Demonstrators Brutally Beaten

January 25, 2015 On January 24, 2015, Unity for Democracy and Justice party called a peaceful demonstration in Addis Ababa and four other cities. The purpose of the demonstration More...

Ethiopia says no to Egypt on new study on its dam

Ethiopia has rejected a proposal by Egypt that would halt the construction of its dam on the Blue Nile, saying the facility meets international standards with insignificant More...

Ethiopians threaten to protest in Kuwait

November 10, 2013 KUWAIT/RIYADH: Ethiopian workers in Kuwait threatened to protest yesterday after they were fired by their company. The Ministry of Social Affairs and Labour More...

Andargachew Tsgie Before the T-TPLF Inquisition?

January 13, 2015 by Alemayehu G. Mariam “Cirque d’Andargachew” presented by the Ringling T-TPLF Brothers Voltaire (François-Marie Arouet) is often credited with the observation More...

Andargachew Tsige and the Struggle for Freedom

by Yilma Bekele Andargachew Tsige was taken prisoner by the TPLF Woyane regime on June 24, 2014 while on transit at Sana, Yemen International Airport. He was removed from the More...

World Report 2014: Ethiopia

Hopes that Ethiopia’s new leadership would pursue human rights reforms following Prime Minister Meles Zenawi’s death More...

Ethiopian Dreams for 2015 and Beyond

by Alemayehu G. Mariam “Your sons and your daughters shall prophesy,… [and] see visions, and your old men More...

World Report 2014: Ethiopia

Hopes that Ethiopia’s new leadership would pursue human rights reforms following Prime Minister Meles Zenawi’s death...

Conflict over political power in contemporary Ethiopia

January 13, 2015 By Abeyot Bogale Violent conflict, in Ethiopia, is one of the major factors...

Ethiopians return home to a bleak future

Addis Ababa, Ethiopia - Ahmed, 20 years old, weakly sits down in a chair under the...

Starbucks Honors the Birthplace of Coffee with Ethiopia, an Extraordinary New Coffee Steeped in History & Flavor

A Single-Origin Coffee Unlike Anything in Starbucks 42-Year History, Ethiopia is Masterfully Roasted for an More...

Dairy in Africa: Keeping Cultures Alive

Italy – 21 Sep 13 – Pascal Brevet Africa might not be the first continent that comes to mind when we..

Ethiopia: First Commercial Micro Finance Institution to Start Operation

BY YOSEPH MEKONNEN, 4 AUGUST 2013 Nisir Micro Finance Institution (NMI), which is currently under formation, is set to join the..

Ethiopian Dreams for 2015 and Beyond

by Alemayehu G. Mariam “Your sons and your daughters shall prophesy,… [and] see visions, and your old men More...

World Report 2014: Ethiopia

Hopes that Ethiopia’s new leadership would pursue human rights reforms following Prime Minister Meles Zenawi’s death in August 2012 have been..

A Dangerous Fault Line: Ethnic politics and authoritarian repression in contemporary Ethiopia.

By Abeyot Since the removal the socialist regime (Derg) in 1991, the Ethiopian Peoples Revolutionary Democratic Front (EPRDF) has radically reformed..

Andargachew Tsgie Before the T-TPLF Inquisition?

January 13, 2015 by Alemayehu G. Mariam “Cirque d’Andargachew” presented by the Ringling T-TPLF Brothers Voltaire (François-Marie Arouet) is often credited..
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