Archive | November 7, 2016


The Final Desperate Emergency Martial Law of Ethiopia and its Implications

By Ibsaa Guutama Emergency declaration simply means government issuing laws that could enable it control natural or manmade crisis by suspending certain provisions of civil rights and/ or personal liberties for a given time and surrounding. Empire Ethiopia claims to have laws all through its existence. But it has been abusing human rights as if […]

Rights group, Ethiopian community say relatives jailed after Melbourne protest

(SBS) — A new push is being made to secure the release of relatives of up to 30 Australian Ethiopians allegedly being detained in Ethiopia. As many as 30 relatives of African-Australians have allegedly been detained in Ethiopia following a Melbourne protest in June. There are calls for the Australian government to help negotiate their […]

Ethiopia’s Candidate to Lead the World Health Organization Contracts Foot-in-Mouth Disease

(Global Voices) –Ethiopia’s candidate for Director-General of World Health Organization (WHO), Tedros Adhanom, shocked many observers when he displayed a complete lack of knowledge about global health strategies during a candidates’ forum on November 2, 2016. Though Adhanom has served in the Ethiopian government as both minister of health and foreign affairs, he failed to answer a basic question […]

Ethiopian government command post raping and killing

Via Beekan G Erena Ethiopian government command post raping and killing times and tactics ,and the story of two ladies raped by TPLF soldiers. The time was nearly around 7:00pm when the girl was walking to shop. The command post stopped, slapped her for no reason and asked where she is going. Next one of the […]

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Australia: Protests Prompt Ethiopia Reprisals

Visa for Abusive Ethiopian Official Raises Concerns Sydney, Australia (hrw) – The Ethiopian government has arrested and detained dozens of relatives of Ethiopians who participated in a Melbourne protest in June, 2016, and is still holding many of them four months later, Human Rights Watch said today. On June 12, members of Australia’s Ethiopian community […]

The Big Debate – Beyond Assimilation and Accommodation: The Resurgence of Oromo Nationalism

Ezekiel Gebissa, Special to Addis Standard Ethiopia’s political history of the last half-century has been the pregressive unfolding of the twinned ideas of “land to the tiller question” and the “national question.” Two ideological factions coalesced around the question of nationalities: the ethno-nationalists who favored self-determination and the Ethiopianists who advocated granting regional autonomy to […]

The 19 poorest, unhappiest, unhealthiest, and most dangerous nations in the world

Many of the countries that feature toward the bottom end of the index have been hit hard by wars and outbreaks of disease by Will Martin, Business Insider (The Guardian) — The Legatum Institute, a London based research institute released its 10th annual global Prosperity Index, a huge survey that ranks the most prosperous countries […]

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