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Finland’s university withdraws Hailemariam Desalegn’s nomination for honorary degree

Another T-TPLF disinformation campaign: This time against American NGOs

The worst part of this nomination is that, as we indicated in our letters and messages, Hailemariam Desalegn is a habitual violator of human rights.

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Letter on Ethiopia to the EU High Representative for Foreign Affairs

Recent Events and Deaths at the Irreecha Festival in Ethiopia

Dismantling opposition parties, imprisoning critical opposition voices, and then inviting whomever remains to engage in a dialogue is not the “right direction,” as your statement said.

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It’s a political culture in Ethiopia today things should be done at someone’s expense

Lower Grade Tigray and Amhara pupils

Tigray, which benefits from all technical assistance and foreign aid has improved vastly, it being the regime’s political objective.

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President Donald Trump’s Administration Should Side with the Ethiopian People

Donald Trump Wins the 2016 Election

This public statement signed by Diaspora based Ethiopian civic and political organizations addressed to the newly elected President of the United States of America, President Donald Trump and his administration.

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Ethiopia: Testimony of Seenaa Jimjimo, The Suffering of Oromo People

Testimony of Seenaa Jimjimo, The Suffering of Oromo People

The human rights violations I talk about are of individuals I know personally, who got killed, mutilated, tortured and still languish in prison. Their crime is for only being Oromo and outspoken.

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Ethiopia: GNUM strongly condemns the current atrocities in the Gambella region

Cross-border conflict uproots 4 000 in Ethiopia

Gambella Nilotes United Movement (GNUM) strongly condemns the current atrocities in the Gambella region that are carried out by the armed South Sudanese refugees and cattle raiders of Nuer and Murle tribes.

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Ethiopia: Mr. Tewodrose Tirfe’s testimony about the suffering of Amhara People

Mr. Tewodrose Tirfe's testimony about the suffering of Amhara People

The subject of today’s hearing: Democracy Under Threat in Ethiopia is an misnomer in many ways since Democracy has never existed under this current Ethiopian government.

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Ethiopia: Peaceful Protest to Armed Uprising

Robles in Northern Ethiopia

What began as a regional protest movement in November 2015, is in danger of becoming a fully-fledged armed uprising in Ethiopia.

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How long can Ethiopia’s state of emergency keep the lid on anger?

Oromo people stage a protest against the government

A state crackdown has silenced ethnic Oromo people in Ethiopia, but grievances over land and rights, and a lack of political options, could reignite protests.

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Amhara nationalism or Ethiopian patriotism, you cannot have it both ways!

Gondar protest rally

What we need is Ethiopian patriotism! Patriotism is what Ethiopia lacks today. Patriotism is generous, selfless, patient, inclusive, and stabilizing.

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Ethiopia: Genuine Negotiation or How to Share the blood- Stained Power?

ECADF Ethiopian News, Opinions and Views

TPLF/EPRDF has made Ethiopia the communist Albania of Africa of the 21st century. It (TPLF) also made the situation in Ethiopia much worse by making ethnic identity politics the base of its supremacy.

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The Director- General position of the World Health Organization should not be awarded via regional rotation but merit

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

Tedros Adhanom is a member of an ethnocentric clique in Ethiopia that promotes hate intercommunal violence and the domination of one group over others.

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Australia: Protests Prompt Ethiopia Reprisals (HRW)

Relatives of Australia’s Ethiopian community

Several witnesses said that Ethiopian government supporters filmed them using smartphones, which would facilitate identifying their relatives in Somali Regional State.

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Ethiopia: Illegitimate Regime Imposes New Parliament 

Ethiopia: Illegitimate Regime Imposes New Parliament 

In May of 2005, the Tigray People’s Liberation Front (TPLF) EPRDF regime conducted a national election and the people of Ethiopia voted to oust the late tyrant Meles Zenawi and his EPRDF TPLF party overwhelmingly.

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Quick Judgements are Easy: Why not contribute constructively?

Aklog Birara (DR)

Ethiopians and only Ethiopians can save the country from destruction. They can save it from destruction by understanding that Ethiopia is home to a diverse population with diverse views.

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Ethiopia: Tedros Adhanom’s most embarrassing moments

Foreign Minister Tedros Adhanom – A disgrace to Ethiopia

Tedros Adhanom’s public records as minister of health of Ethiopia could have landed him in prison let alone in higher positions such as WHO Director General.

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Ethiopia on the brink? Politics and protest in the Horn of Africa

Understanding the current protests in Ethiopia

Ethiopia is 12 months into a political crisis which has seen at least 1,000 people killed. But unless the government introduces significant reforms, it will get worse, says Andrea Carboni.

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We Ethiopians Must Lead and Shape Our Own Destiny

Ethnic-federalism (the kilil system) is an instrument of disenfranchisement

The people of Ethiopia have spoken loud and clear. The TPLF/EPRDF ethnic-elite dictatorship commandeered by the TPLF that kills with impunity and plunders with gusto must go.

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Ethiopia: The T-TPLF’s War on American NGOs

Another T-TPLF disinformation campaign: This time against American NGOs

The PPT said the American NGO’s operating in Ethiopia are rich and throw their money around to control and manipulate Ethiopian politics.

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Ethiopia: The Myth of a Stable and Reliable Partner Under the Minority TPLF Regime

Neamin Zeleke's article "The Myth of a stable Ethiopia"

Despite the outcry by some foreign observers, most policymakers and government officials of the US, UK, and other donor nations have, for the most part, looked the other way.

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