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Is TPLF/Woyane resorted spilling voodoo sprit on Ethiopians to stay alive?

ECADF Ethiopian News, social media image

Lately and ever since the State of Emergency strange things are happening to Woyanes. They are no longer thieves, extortionist, racist, tribalist… but innocent victims.

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Ethiopia: Why Dr. Fikre Tolossa’s book is winning in the market of public opinion

Dr. Fikre Tolossa: A Presentation of new book

I believe Dr. Fikre's book has a great deal of incontestable material that will promote Ethiopia's unity and future direction. No one, to my knowledge, has documented the many great contributions of the Oromo people to Ethiopia's history as vividly as Dr. Fikre has.

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Farewell, Barack Obama! (by Alemayehu G. Mariam)

Farewell, Barack Obama!

Mr. Obama: When you stood shoulder to shoulder with African thugtators and dictators at the White House, you stood on the wrong side of history.

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Moresh Wogene: The Falling Apart of What and How, and its Outcome

ECADF Ethiopian News, social media image

It is quite fair to say that it is not only the ruthlessness of TPLF that has perpetuated the sufferings of the people for two decades. Our painful failures both at individual and organizational level is also responsible.

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Ethiopia: Journalism for dummies and the fainthearted

ESAT TV and Radio

Are you afraid of the Free Press like ESAT? If you are, you shouldn’t be in the affairs of the people of Ethiopia. You may run or hide but, your days are numbered.

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Ethiopia: A Plea for a Civil Exchange

Dr. Fikre Tolossa: A Presentation of new book

It is my hope that the next exchanges, responses and rejoinders on Dr. Fikre’s book, will focus only on the issues that are of great interest to millions of Ethiopians.

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Ethiopia: Jawar’s new speech about the Amhara resistance

Jawar’s New Ploy - Hijacking Amhara Resistance

Jawar's new speech about the Amhara resistance is a subterfuge in an attempt to get the Amhara youth out of the Ethiopiawinet.

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Human Rights Abuses and Ethnic Conflict in Ethiopia

America’s complicity in Ethiopia’s horrors

These protests have the ability to lead to political change. For the first time, the Oromo and Amhara oppositions have coalesced into a single force against the government.

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Obama And The Fallacy Of The African Dream

Obama with African leaders

The leaders of Africa have sorely struggled to secure socio-economic security for all for more than five decades.

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Ethiopia: The TPLF Hired a Rubbish Writer to Defend it against Prof. Al Mariam

Prof. Al Mariam

With an open mind, I read an article titled “TEACHING ALMARIAIM HOW TO WRITE” on the Aiga Forum website, the Tigrayan People’s Liberation Front’s (TPLF’s) mouthpiece.

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Dare to Dream With Me About the New Ethiopia in 2017

New Ethiopia in 2017

Author’s Note: I get to celebrate New Year twice every year. The first on September 11, the Ethiopian New Year. The second on January 1.

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Ethiopia: An Arab Alliance Stretches Across the Red Sea

Gulf Cooperation Council

Saudi investment in Sudanese and Ethiopian agriculture is bound to upset Riyadh's relationship with Egypt; water is simply too scarce a commodity for it not to be a point of contention.

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Gosaye Ethiopia Movement: Response to Solomon on Mixed ethnicity in Ethiopia

Photo ECADF File: Addis Ababa 2005 Ethiopian election, opposition parties rally

As Mixed-Ethiopians, we are "Ethnic Ethiopians" since both our tribe and our country is Ethiopia. Mixed-Ethiopians share common values of multiculturalism, multilingualism and other progressive principles.

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Standing together as one: Are we ready to work with each other at this critical time of history?

Anti-government protest in Bahir Dar city

The crisis in the Amhara region has significantly worsened as the TPLF/EPRDF appear to be executing its master plan to take over Amhara historic land as their own.

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Ethiopia 2016 in Review: The Year of Perseverance!

Prof. Alemayehu G. Mariam with Reeyot Alemu and Eskedar Alemu

It has been an extraordinary decade for me. As I look back, I am proud of the struggle I waged against the users, abusers and misusers of power wherever they may be by speaking truth and hoping to keep them honest.

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Why Ethiopians oppose Tedros Adhanom’s candidacy?

Tedros Adhanom Hires US-based Firm to Win Top WHO Job

The day when Tedros Adhanom publicly appeared for open deliberation (1 November) can be described as cataclysmic for him at least for three important reasons.

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Ethiopia: The Peril of Complacency in our Community

Ethiopians Complacency

Instances are abundant to prove that complacency is among the worst of the culprits that stand between us (Ethiopians) and our goals today.

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Ethiopians: Patriotism is Neither Uncritical Way of viewing our History nor Playing the Politics of Ethno-Nationalism

ECADF Ethiopian News, social media image

Recognize Ethiopia as sovereign country of all citizens; and agree to live together in this sovereign homeland with a real sense of freedom, justice, equal opportunity, mutual respect, and shared prosperity.

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Ethiopia: Can begging and raiding the economy pass as legitimate policy just because make-believe Medias said so?

VOA Amharic make-believe Medias

‘Tigray’ investors in Gambelia Region sent a complaint letter against the make-believe ‘Federal government’ (EPRDF) in Addis Ababa.

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TPLF’s decades long “Divide and Rule policy” cracking the Ethiopian Diaspora

The struggle toward freedom reached its tipping point

Ethiopia is home for all of us. We can build a country where no one is discriminated by ethnicity, religion, gender, ability, age, political opinion or other factors.

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