(MENAFN - Daily News Egypt) The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR)bureau in Cairo has responded to the death of an Oromo woman following a protest outside their office on Tuesday.....Read More
GONDAR (HAN) July 31.2016. Public Diplomacy & Regional Security News. Hundreds of thousands of people held a peaceful demonstration in Gondar and other towns denouncing the regime and saying enough to tyranny.....Read More
Tens of thousands of protesters
have flooded the streets of Gonder in the Amhara region of northern Ethiopia on Sunday demanding a change of government due to the unfair distribution of wealth in the country.....Read More
ADDIS ABABA (HAN) July 30.2016. Public Diplomacy & Regional Security
News.Political prisoners in Ethiopia, Bekele Gerba, et.al on tenth day of hunger strike....Read More
It’s like negotiating the rules of engagement long after the contest has been held and the winner declared.
Egypt is deeply worried about the impact on its water supply of a dam being built by Ethiopia far to the south, on the Blue Nile....Read More
July 29, 2016Ogaden: Activists Highlight Continued Atrocities Committed by Ethiopian supported Liyu Police
Swiss-based African Rights Monitor has detailed the outcomes from the ongoing
operations of the Ethiopian government taken against the Ogaden community. They state that while the UN and numerous other international humanitarian organisations have widely reported on the situation in Ogaden, no action has been taken to bring the documented abuses to an end....Read More
Two Ethiopian asylum seekers allegedly set themselves on fire Tuesday in front of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) office located in 6th October City.....Read More
It has been nine days since prominent Ethiopian opposition leader Bekele Gerba and several other senior members of the Oromo Federalist Congress (OFC) went on a hunger strike to protest their treatment in detention. Bekele, who is the deputy chairman of the OFC, and his colleagues are currently being held in Kilinto prison near Addis Ababa on terrorism charges. Their health has reportedly deteriorated significantly in recent days..,.Read More
In the first part of this series, I explored in historic perspectives (particularly with developments in Oromia regional state) the Ethiopian government's road to becoming a counter-protest state, and proceeded to discuss the systematic ways in which the regime further bolstered its role as a counter-protest state in Oromia. ....Read More
Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates has declined to criticize Ethiopia's recent blockage of social media, saying it is up to individual countries to regulate their internet.....Read More
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