Archive for the ‘Ethiopian News’ Category

How long will West tolerate Ethiopia’s dictator? Graham Peebles

Wednesday, June 20th, 2012

Internet intrusion and increased repression in Ethiopia By Graham Peebles | Redress.cc 19 June 2012 Graham Peebles views the Meles Zenawi regime’s chronic suppression of the internet and media freedoms in Ethiopia and asks how long will Addis Ababa’s allies in the US, Britain and the European Union tolerate the regime’s flagrant violations of rights [...]

[Source: Ethiopian Review]

Tinsae Ethiopia relaunches BEKA campaign in Ethiopia (photos)

Wednesday, June 20th, 2012

Tinsae Ethiopia has relaunched its BEKA (enough) campaign in Ethiopia by distributing pamphlets and writing the Beka slogan in Addis Ababa and other cities…. [read more] [Source: Ethiopian Review] Related posts:BEKA! message in Addis Ababa (updated) More BEKA slogans in Addis Ababa (photos) Tinsae Ethiopia launches diplomatic campaign

[Source: Ethiopian Review]

Discussion on Al Amoudi blood money festival in Washington DC

Tuesday, June 19th, 2012

Saudi agent Al Amoudi, in collaboration with Woyanne junta leaders Meles Zenawi and Azeb Mesfin, is pillaging and looting Ethiopia by creating over 40 mega corporations during the past 20 years, while forcing into exile so many hard working Ethiopian businessmen. Al Amoudi has been able to dominate every thing in Ethiopia because he is [...]

[Source: Ethiopian Review]

Tikur Retold

Tuesday, June 19th, 2012

The next revolution was sang by Teddy Afro and directed by Tamirat Mekonen; this weekend, 65 of our people wrote a revolution on the back of Busboys and Poet napkins:: by Teddy Fikre  dated: Tuesday, June 19th, 2012 Black.  It is a color often disabused.  It is a hue seldom given credit.  For too long, [...]

[Source: Ethiopian Review]

Offense Strategy for Nonviolent Struggle

Tuesday, June 19th, 2012

Strategic nonviolence, is a “weapon system” that derives its force from fundamental human psychological, social, and political tendencies. Provided we adhere to nonviolent discipline, noncooperation, persistence, fearlessness, and openness, strategic nonviolence will doom the despotic regime to failure regardless of how the tyrant respond to our actions… [read more] [Source: Ethiopian Review] Related posts:Why Nonviolent [...]

[Source: Ethiopian Review]

ኢትዮጵያ፡ ሕብረት በዓምልኮት (ዓምልኮተ ሕብረት)

Monday, June 18th, 2012

ከፕሮፌሰር ዓለማየሁ ገብረማርያም ትርጉም ከነጻነት ለሃገሬ አንድ ህዝብ፤ አንድ ሃገር!  ላለፉት ሁለት አሰርት ዓማታት ኢትዮጵያ የሰብአዊ መበት ጥሰት፤ የወንጀል እና ጸረ ተፈጥሮ፤ ድርጊት መታያ ሃገር ሆና ከርማለች፡፡ አሁን ግን የሃይማኖት አባቶች  እስላም ክርሰቲያኑ በአንደነት በመቆም  ዓምለኮታቸውን ለማስከበር ትግል ጀምረዋል፡፡ የሙስ ሊሙና የክርስትና ሃይማኖት መሪዎቻቸውና ተከታዮቻቸው፤ አንድነት በመሆንና ሕብረት በመፍጠር የሃይማኖት ነጻነታቸውን ለማስከበር እጆቻቸው ላለመላቀቅና ሕብር [...]

[Source: Ethiopian Review]

Ethiopians evicted to make way for sugar plantation: BBC

Monday, June 18th, 2012

Ethiopia ‘forcibly displacing’ for sugar plantations By BBC News 18 June 2012 .   The sugar plantations will be irrigated in part by the Gibe III hydropower project, HRW says The Ethiopian government is forcibly displacing tens of thousands from their land to make way for state-run sugar plantations, a campaign group has said. The displacements [...]

[Source: Ethiopian Review]

Ethiopia: Unity in Divinity!

Monday, June 18th, 2012

Alemayehu G Mariam One People, One Country! For the past two decades, Ethiopia has been the scene of crimes against humanity and crimes against nature. Now Ethiopian religious leaders say Ethiopia is the scene of crimes against divinity. Christian and Muslim leaders and followers today are standing together and locking arms to defend religious freedom [...]

[Source: Ethiopian Review]

United, Planned and Disciplined Struggle for SELF-Liberation

Saturday, June 16th, 2012

Nonviolent action is like violent combat in at least two ways: it does not succeed automatically, and it does not operate mysteriously — it works by identifying an opponent’s vulnerabilities and taking away his ability to maintain control. Doing so requires strategy for action, without which movements rarely prevail. The skill with which those choices [...]

[Source: Ethiopian Review]

Influential senator slams Zenawi for assault on press

Friday, June 15th, 2012

US senator condemns Ethiopia’s persecution of the press By Mohamed Keita | Committee to Protect Journalists June 15, 2012. On Wednesday, the same day the White House announced a strategic plan committing the United States to elevating its efforts in “challenging leaders whose actions threaten the credibility of democratic processes” in sub-Saharan Africa, a senior [...]

[Source: Ethiopian Review]

Juneteenth Diplomat

Friday, June 15th, 2012

I met a man yesterday who is just like me, except he is better than me because he refuses to wear his injuries on his sleeves or inveigh against the universe for the inequities of this world. I met a man yesterday who is African-American, except this man is in a lot of ways more [...]

[Source: Ethiopian Review]

As fear of uprising spreads, Ethiopia’s dictator bans Skype

Friday, June 15th, 2012

Ethiopia criminalizes Skype By Craig Wilson | Techcentral The Ethiopian government has clamped down on Internet-based voice-calling services, making their use a criminal offence. Ethiopia’s state-owned Internet service provider, the Ethiopian Telecommunication Corporation (Ethio-Telcom), has begun performing deep-packet inspection of all Internet traffic in the country. The country’s government recently ushered in new legislation that [...]

[Source: Ethiopian Review]

Woyanne delegation to Canada confronted by protestors

Thursday, June 14th, 2012

Protestors demand end of Ethiopian politican’s visit By Jason Warick | The Star Phoenix (Canada) The University of Saskatchewan should not be hosting an Ethiopian politician implicated in corruption scandals and the forcible removal of tens of thousands of peasant farmers from their homes, human rights groups say. A group of 30 protesters from Saskatchewan, [...]

[Source: Ethiopian Review]

I am Tikur

Wednesday, June 13th, 2012

For too long, we Ethiopians have forsaken our blackness. We splintered ourselves from Africa and stood alone at the precipice of isolation as we insolently rebuffed our African brothers and refused to be proud of our black skin. We divorced our culture from black; a people who once were adored and loved as the essence [...]

[Source: Ethiopian Review]

The Great Renaissance Dam as a wedge issue

Tuesday, June 12th, 2012

By Yilma Bekele The Ethiopian government was peddling its ponzi scheme of selling bonds for the pie in the sky project named The Grand Renaissance Dam’ on the Abbay river here in the Bay Area. It was not as lavish as the event that took place in their embassy in Washington DC. That ‘event was [...]

[Source: Ethiopian Review]

London and DC hold discussions, elect delegates to Dallas

Tuesday, June 12th, 2012

The U.K. and Washington DC chapters of Ethiopian National Transitional Council (ENTC) Organizing Committee held town hall meetings Sunday in preparation for the Ethiopian convention that is planned to be held in Dallas, Texas, from July 1 – 3, 2012. In Washington, 12 individuals have been elected to represent Washington DC, Virginia, and Maryland. Similar [...]

[Source: Ethiopian Review]

ኢትዮጵያ፡ ወደ ሕገ መንግስታዊ ዴሞክራሲ ጎዳና

Monday, June 11th, 2012

ከፕሮፌሰር ዓለማየሁ ገብረማርያም ትርጉም ከነጻነት ለሃገሬ ላለፉት ጥቂት ወራት  በኢትዮጵያ ከፈላጭ ቆራጭ መንግስት ወደ ዴሞክራሲ በሚል ርዕስ ስጽፍ ነበር፡፡ከነዚህ አስተያየቶች በመጨረሻው ጦማር ላይ ስጥፍ “በዴሞክራሲው መሸጋገርያ ድልድይ ላይ ስልጣንን በሚየነፈንፉ ግለሰቦችና ቡድኖች መሃል ግጭትና ግብግብ አይቀሬ ሲሆን፤ተራው የህብረተሰብ ክፍል ስልጣናቸውን በሚያኮላሹትና ለግል መጠቀሚያ በሚያደርጉት ላይና ሥልጣናቸውን የሙጢኝ ባሉት ፈላጭ ቆራጮች ተሰላችቷል መሮታልም፡፡ይህ ከፈላጭ ቆራጭ ስርአት ወደ [...]

[Source: Ethiopian Review]

Ethiopia: On the Road to Constitutional Democracy

Monday, June 11th, 2012

Alemayehu G Mariam Over the past few months, I have been penning occasional commentaries in a series I called  “Ethiopia’s transition from dictatorship and democracy”. In my last such commentary, I argued that “on the bridge to democracy, there is often a collision between individuals and groups doggedly pursuing power, the common people tired of those who [...]

[Source: Ethiopian Review]

Ethiopian girls as young as 13 trafficked to Mid East: Reporter

Monday, June 11th, 2012

Ethiopian girls as young as thirteen are being trafficked to the Middle East.  The situation is so out of control that an otherwise pro-government publication has felt compelled to speak up.  This is not a small rogue operation.  It is human trafficking on an industrial scale, with a wink and a nod from the Ethiopian [...]

[Source: Ethiopian Review]

Qwas

Sunday, June 10th, 2012

I have this vision of a peaceful and serene Ethiopia once in a blue moon when I am at my jaded moments with my community. This vision I have is one of eleven children with empty bellies but eyes full of hope. This vision that captivates me is of these eleven children who have are [...]

[Source: Ethiopian Review]

Ethiopia tightens press & internet censorship: RSF

Saturday, June 9th, 2012

GOVERNMENT STEPS UP CONTROL OF NEWS AND INFORMATION By Reporters sans Frontieres May 7, 2012 Ethiopia’s only ISP, state-owned Ethio-Telecom, has just installed a system for blocking access to the Tor network, which lets users browse anonymously and access blocked websites. At the same time, the state-owned printing presses are demanding the right to censor [...]

[Source: Ethiopian Review]

Miqegnenet: a pernicious trait of Habesha – Teddy Fikre

Friday, June 8th, 2012

I realized this weekend that I am fighting a losing battle, I am fighting a people who eat Miqegnenet Layer Cake. Thus I am writing a separation letter to my community, a sort of a final farewell, because it hit me last night that I was fighting a Tsunami of self-colonization and self-loathing that I [...]

[Source: Ethiopian Review]

Preparation for Ethiopian people’s convention in Dallas – report

Thursday, June 7th, 2012

Organizers around the world discuss preparations for the Ethiopian people’s convention in Dallas, Texas, from July 1 – July 3, to create Ethiopian National Transitional Council. Listen below: [Source: Ethiopian Review] Related posts:Successful Ethiopian Review meeting in Dallas Dallas Ethiopian Review meeting – report Public meeting in Dallas – announcement

[Source: Ethiopian Review]

Waldeba in my heart

Thursday, June 7th, 2012

Waldeba in my heart. By Yilma Bekele Truth be told I was not aware of Waldeba Monastery until quite recently. Today I live Waldeba, I breathe Waldeba, and I believe Waldeba has taken over my soul. Mind you I am not protesting rather I am being thankful for this ancient place for bringing focus into [...]

[Source: Ethiopian Review]

DC ENTC Organizing Committee meeting – Sunday, June 10

Wednesday, June 6th, 2012

The Ethiopian National Transitional Council Organizing Committee Washington DC chapter will hold a pubic meeting to elect its delegates to the founding convention in Dallas, Texas, that will convene on June 30. Date/Time: Sunday, June 10, at 2:00 PM Address: Four Points by Sheraton, 1201 K Street, Washington DC Question/More info: write to entc-pr@gmail.com [Source: [...]

[Source: Ethiopian Review]

London Public meeting on Ethiopian transitional council – June 10

Wednesday, June 6th, 2012

The U.K. Chapter of Ethiopian National Transitional Council Organizing Committee will hold a public meeting in London, Sunday, June 10, 2012, to elect delegates to the Dallas Convention. [Source: Ethiopian Review] Related posts:European meeting on Ethiopian transitional council – LIVE NOW DC ENTC Organizing Committee meeting – Sunday, June 10 London and DC hold discussions, [...]

[Source: Ethiopian Review]

Safeguards Against Threats of a New Dictatorship

Tuesday, June 5th, 2012

There is ample historical evidence from France (the Jacobins and Napoleon), Russia (the Bolsheviks), Iran (the Ayatollah), Burma (SLORC), and elsewhere that the collapse of an oppressive regime will be seen by some persons and groups as merely the opportunity for them to step in as the new masters. Their motives may vary, but the [...]

[Source: Ethiopian Review]

Church leaders call for economic boycott of the TPLF junta

Tuesday, June 5th, 2012

Secretary of the Ethiopian Orthodox Tewahedo Church’s Holy Synod in exile, Archbishop Abune Melketsekik, and other church leaders have called on the people of Ethiopia to boycott all businesses that are affiliated with dictator Meles Zenawi’s ruling party, the Tigray People’s Liberation Front (TPLF). The economy boycott includes profitable enterprises such as Ethiopian Airlines that [...]

[Source: Ethiopian Review]

ኢትዮጵያ፡- ምግብ ለችጋርና ለማሰብ!

Monday, June 4th, 2012

ከፕሮፌሰር ዓለማየሁ ገብረማርያም ትርጉም ከነጻነት ለሃገሬ  በቅርቡ በዋሽንግቶን ዲሲ በጂ8 አባላት በተካሄደው፤የምግብ ዋስትና ስብሰባ ላይ በዋሽንግቶን ነዋሪ የሆነው ቆፍጣና ወጣት ኢትዮጵያዊ ጋዜጠኛ አበበ ገላው በአዳራሹ መሃል ለመሃል ቆሞ ለፈላጭ ቆራጩ ጨካኝ ገዢ መለስ ዜናዊ “ነጣነትለተነፈገው ምግብ ትርጉም አልባ ነው” በማለት ሕዝባዊ ጩኸት አሰምቶ ነበር። እና የአበበ አስተያየት ልክ ነው?  ፕሬዜዳንት ኦባማ በዋሽብግቶን ዲሲ፤በሜይ 18 በተካሄደው የምግብ [...]

[Source: Ethiopian Review]

Ethiopia: Food for Famine and Thought!

Monday, June 4th, 2012

By Alemayehu G. Mariam The New Alliance for Food Security and Nutrition At the recent 2012 G8 Food Security Summit in Washington, D.C., Abebe Gellaw, a young Washington-based Ethiopian journalist, stood up in the gallery and thunderously proclaimed to dictator Meles Zenawi, “… Food is nothing without  freedom…” Is he right? When President Obama invited [...]

[Source: Ethiopian Review]

Ethiopia’s spy agency steps up internet, phone surveillance

Sunday, June 3rd, 2012

Ethiopia’s spy agency – the Information Network Security Agency (INSA) — has stepped up surveillance and internet censorship.  INSA has adopted Deep Packet Inspection (DPI) technology to eavesdrop, data mine, censor and intercept communications, according to the TOR Project. Repressive governments such as China, Iran and Kazakhstan routinely employ DPI technology.  Ethiopia’s spy agency conducts [...]

[Source: Ethiopian Review]

DC is getting ready for 2nd Annual Ethiopian Heritage Festival

Friday, June 1st, 2012

July 27 – 29 at Georgetown University, Washington DC Second Ethiopian Heritage Festival to Focus on Family and Ethiopian Youngsters Press Release Since last year’s Ethiopian Heritage Festival was such an unqualified success, the festival sponsor, the Ethiopian Heritage Society of North America (EHSNA), feels assured in its promise that this year the festival will [...]

[Source: Ethiopian Review]

Ethiopian Christians, Muslims stage protest rally in DC – (photos)

Friday, June 1st, 2012

Ethiopian Christians joined their fellow Muslim Ethiopians in Washington DC on Thursday to protest religious persecution in Ethiopia by the ruling Woyanne junta. See photos here. [Source: Ethiopian Review] Related posts:Ethiopian Christians and Muslims in Dallas join hands (video) Church leaders support protest of Ethiopian Muslims Ethiopians stage protest at China embassy in DC – [...]

[Source: Ethiopian Review]

When we were the achievers

Friday, June 1st, 2012

By Yilma Bekele I am always harking back to the pleasant years of our past. Believe me it not being nostalgic rather it is the lack of good news that makes me reach deep to salvage a little bit of dignity how ever fleeting that might be. One can also make an argument for the [...]

[Source: Ethiopian Review]

Ethiopia for sale – Graham Peebles

Friday, June 1st, 2012

The Ethiopian Land Giveaway – OpEd What’s yours is mine, what’s mine’s my own By Graham Peebles | Eurasia Review It is a colonial phenomenon, appropriate land for the needs of the colonists and to hell with those living upon the land, indigenous and at home. Might is right, military or indeed economic. The power [...]

[Source: Ethiopian Review]

Worldwide demonstration to save Waldeba Monastery – June 4

Thursday, May 31st, 2012

Ethiopians around the world are organizing protest rallies on June 4, 2012, to help save the historic Waldeba Monastery in northern Ethiopia from being destroyed by the Woyanne junta. [Source: Ethiopian Review] Related posts:EOTC asks the U.N. to protect Waldeba Monastery Ethiopia’s Waldeba Monastery monks cry for help (VOA) Thousands of Ethiopians rise up to [...]

[Source: Ethiopian Review]

Meles Zenawi’s Unequivocal Advocacy for Stalinism

Wednesday, May 30th, 2012

Tyranny substitutes one absolute boss for the pluralism of competing institutions. It substitutes terror for responsibility. It does indeed do away with the institutions, but only by submerging all of them in the one all-embracing bureaucracy of the apparatus… [read more] [Source: Ethiopian Review] Related posts:Ethiopian-Somali Advocacy Council supports S. 3457 Ethiopian Somalia advocacy council [...]

[Source: Ethiopian Review]

Woyanne to export 500,000 Ethiopian women a year to Saudi Arabia

Tuesday, May 29th, 2012

Ethiopia under the boots of the Tigrai Peoples Liberation Front (TPLF) is a two-faced country.  Foreign alms givers and the ruling party pat each other on the back for a job well done.  For the average Ethiopian,  the country is an oppressive virtual prison without opportunities — a sad, hopeless place that forces many frustrated [...]

[Source: Ethiopian Review]

Money is the mother’s milk of Nonviolent Campaign

Monday, May 28th, 2012

In order to run a successful nonviolent civil resistance, you should know how much and which kinds of material resources are required to fulfill the grand strategy, and discover ways to fund-raise in order to keep your movement on a permanent offensive… [read more] [Source: Ethiopian Review] Related posts:Without Freedom FUND, There is no Self-Liberation [...]

[Source: Ethiopian Review]

Ethiopian Youth Public Meeting, Washington DC – Sunday, June 3

Monday, May 28th, 2012

Date: June 03, 2012 Time: 2pm – 6pm Location: Sheraton National Hotel Arlington 900 South Orme Street, Arlington, VA 22204 Youth Empowerment, Peaceful Uprising and Democratic Transition Ethiopian Youth Organizations Empowering Ethiopian Youth Ethiopian Youth National Movement Ethiopian Peaceful Uprising Nejashi Justice Council Awolia: Ethiopian Muslim’s Peaceful & Democratic Movement Center for Rights of Ethiopian [...]

[Source: Ethiopian Review]

Zenawi forces massacre villagers in Ogaden – HRW

Monday, May 28th, 2012

Ethiopia: ‘Special Police’ Execute 10:   Human Rights Watch HUMAN RIGHTS WATCH (Nairobi) – An Ethiopian government-backed paramilitary force summarily executed 10 men during a March 2012 operation in Ethiopia’s eastern Somali region. Detailed information on the killings and other abuses by the force known as the “Liyu police” only came to light after a [...]

[Source: Ethiopian Review]

መለስ አለምላስ!

Monday, May 28th, 2012

ከፕሮፌሰር ዓለማየሁ ገብረማርያም ትርጉም ከነጻነት ለሃገሬ ‹‹ነጻነትን›› ብሎ የጮህው ወገን                        በሜይ 18 2012 መለስ ዜናዊ በማይዋጥለትና ጨርሶ እስከመቃብሩ ድረስ ሊረሳው የማይችለውን ትምህርት ቀሰመ፡፡በነጻው ሃገር፤ ሃሳብን ያለምንም ገደም መግለጽ በሚቻልበት ነጻ ምድር፤መለስ አፉ ተለጎመ፡፡ ያ ያለገደብ ባሻው መልኩ ስድብና ነቀፌታ፤ ፌዝና ሽሙጥ፤ተራ ክብረ ነክ ቃላት [...]

[Source: Ethiopian Review]

Ethiopia: Meles, Speechless!

Monday, May 28th, 2012

Alemayehu G Mariam The Man Who Cried “Freedom!”                     On May 18, 2012, dictator Meles Zenawi learned a lesson he will not easily forget. In the land of free speech, he was rendered speechless. Abebe Gellaw, a young Washington-based Ethiopian journalist, stood up in the gallery at [...]

[Source: Ethiopian Review]

Further discourse on the Washington DC undressing

Sunday, May 27th, 2012

By Yilma Bekele The Washington DC incident with Ato Meles is the talk of all Ethiopians in the Diaspora. I found out there is no reason for me to raise the issue, every one I met sooner or later will say something about it. I have made it a point to notice the different reaction [...]

[Source: Ethiopian Review]

VOA correspondent in Ethiopia released

Sunday, May 27th, 2012

(VOA) — A Voice of America correspondent in Ethiopia has been released from custody and charges dropped after being detained in the capital, Addis Ababa, while trying to cover a demonstration Friday. A VOA spokeswoman said Saturday correspondent Peter Heinlein is fine, and is heading to his residence. Witnesses to the arrest told VOA Friday [...]

[Source: Ethiopian Review]

VOA reporter Peter Heinlein arrested in Ethiopia

Friday, May 25th, 2012

(VOA) — Voice of America reporter Peter Heinlein has been detained in the Ethiopian capital Addis Ababa while trying to cover a protest demonstration Friday. Witnesses to the arrest said that Peter and his translator Simegineh Yekoye were detained while seeking to interview protesters during a Muslim demonstration following Friday prayers in Addis Ababa. Another [...]

[Source: Ethiopian Review]

Nervous Meles Zenawi arrests VOA reporter

Friday, May 25th, 2012

VOA Reporter Detained in Ethiopia It appears Meles Zenawi’s troops are gearing up to attack and destroy Muslim protestors.  TPLF forces have been waiting for two events to pass before waging full–scale suppression of the Mulim protests.  The first event was the recent World Economic Forum held in Addis Ababa, while the second one was [...]

[Source: Ethiopian Review]

Ethiopian Christians and Muslims in Dallas join hands (video)

Friday, May 25th, 2012

Ethiopian Muslims and Christians who reside in Dallas, Texas, held a protest rally last week to condemn the Woyanne junta’s injustice and lawlessness in Ethiopia. [Source: Ethiopian Review] Related posts:Ethiopian Christians, Muslims stage protest rally in DC – (photos) Successful Ethiopian Review meeting in Dallas Dallas, Texas Ethiopian Review town hall meeting – January 15

[Source: Ethiopian Review]

How Meles rules Ethiopia

Friday, May 25th, 2012

By Richard Dowden Meles Zenawi is the cleverest and most engaging Prime Minister in Africa – at least when he talks to visiting outsiders. When he speaks to his fellow Ethiopians, he is severe and dogmatic. But he entertains western visitors with humour and irony, deploying a diffident, self-deprecating style which cleverly conceals an absolute [...]

[Source: Ethiopian Review]

Discussion with Abune Melketsedik

Thursday, May 24th, 2012

Ethiopian Review held a discussion with Abune Melketsedik, Archbishop and Secretary of the Ethiopian Orthodox Tewahedo Church’s (EOTC) Holy Synod in exile; Melake Genet Gezahegn Gebre Kiristos, Deputy Secretary of the Holy Synod and General Manager of the EOTC; Dr Nega Alemayehu, Chairman of the Washington DC St. Gabriel Church administration board, Dr Mekuria Haile, [...]

[Source: Ethiopian Review]

Ethiopia: Are the Islamists Coming?

Thursday, May 24th, 2012

By Alemayehu Fentaw Ethiopia has been swept by Islamic protests in opposition to what the Muslim community calls government-sponsored propagational activities of the little-known Islamic sect known as Al-Ahbash throughout the country and the suspension of the Addis Ababa-based Awaliya Islamic Institute on alleged grounds of promoting Salafism or Wahhabism. A large number of protesters [...]

[Source: Ethiopian Review]

The Ottawa Ethiopian alliance building conference – report

Wednesday, May 23rd, 2012

By Elias Kifle Several Ethiopian political and civic groups held a 3-day conference in Ottawa, Canada, from May 19 – 21, 2012, and forged an alliance named “Congress of Ethiopian People’s United Struggle.” The alliance was formed after a thorough discussion on problems that have plagued past efforts in forming a viable united front. One [...]

[Source: Ethiopian Review]

ESAT web site temporarily down

Wednesday, May 23rd, 2012

ESAT web site is temporarily down because of technical glitches. The ESAT management told Ethiopian Review that the site will be fully functional within the next 48 hours. [Source: Ethiopian Review] Related posts:ESAT is back on air after a 24-hour interruption Message from ESAT board Ethiopian Satellite TV Jammed

[Source: Ethiopian Review]

Congressmen to Zenawi: Stop Persecution of Journalists

Tuesday, May 22nd, 2012

Members of Congress urge Meles to end repression By Mohammed Keita | CPJ Africa Advocacy Coordinator Two members of the U.S. Congress, a Republican and a Democrat, have publicly voiced indignation at Ethiopia’s persecution of journalists under the leadership of Prime Minister Meles Zenawi, with both declaring that stability and security are enhanced by press [...]

[Source: Ethiopian Review]

My brother Abebe and his WMD

Tuesday, May 22nd, 2012

By Yilma Bekele I doubt there is an Ethiopian in the Diaspora not familiar with what happened last Friday. As they say the video has gone viral. The act has brought deep satisfaction to the psych of the oppressed and left the evildoers in disarray. Abebe took less than one minute to do what has [...]

[Source: Ethiopian Review]

የመለስ ዜናዊ ድንቀኛ ተረቶች

Monday, May 21st, 2012

ከፕሮፌሰር ዓለማየሁ ገብረማርያም ትርጉም ከነጻነት ለሃገሬ ባለፈው ሳምንት በኢትዮጵያ በተካሄደው በ‹‹ ዓለም አቀፉ የኤኮኖሚ ስብሰባ ላይ›› የግፍ ገዢው የፈላጭ ቆራጩ መለስ ዜናዊ አርቲ ቡርቲ መነባንብ: …በኔ እምነት  በታሪክም ሆነ በቲዎሪ የኤኮኖሚ እድገትና ዴሞክራሲ ቀጥተኛ ግንኙነትም ሆነ ተዛምዶ የላቸውም፡፡ በኔ አመለካከት፤ በኤኮኖሚ እድገት ላይ የሚያስከትለውን ጫና ገሸሽ አድርገን ዴሞክራሲ በራሱ ጥሩ ነገር ነው፡፡በኔ አመለካከት አፍሪካውያን በጣም [...]

[Source: Ethiopian Review]

Ethiopia: The Bedtime Stories of Meles Zenawi

Monday, May 21st, 2012

Alemayehu G Mariam                 At the “World Economic Forum Meeting” in Ethiopia last week, dictator Meles Zenawi lectured: …. My view is that there is no direct relationship between economic growth and democracy historically or theoretically. But my view is that democracy is a good thing in and of itself [...]

[Source: Ethiopian Review]

How Tyrants Endure

Monday, May 21st, 2012

By BRUCE BUENO De MESQUITA and ALASTAIR SMITH WHY do certain dictators survive while others fall? Throughout history, downtrodden citizens have tried to throw off the yoke of their oppressors, but revolutions, like those sweeping through the Arab world, are rare. Despotic rulers stay in power by rewarding a small group of loyal supporters, often [...]

[Source: Ethiopian Review]

Camp David protestetors expose Zenawi

Sunday, May 20th, 2012

Ethiopian activists protest Zenawi rule in demonstration near Camp David G-8 summit Washington Post THURMONT, Md. — Dozens of police officers in riot gear contained more than 200 Ethiopian activists who jammed a small Maryland town’s square Saturday to protest their prime minister’s involvement in a global economic summit at nearby Camp David. Authorities reported [...]

[Source: Ethiopian Review]

Ethiopia’s tyrant gets a shock treatment (video)

Saturday, May 19th, 2012

An Ethiopian journalist rattles khat-addicted dictator Meles Zenawi with loud shouts. He was visibly shaken. See the video below: [Source: Ethiopian Review] Related posts:Ethiopia’s tyrant faces opposition in Copenhagen (video) Woyanne invades Somalia again (video) VIDEO: Sunshine Construction owner receives royal treatment

[Source: Ethiopian Review]

Ethiopians in DC confront Dictator Meles Zenawi (photo)

Friday, May 18th, 2012

Hundreds of angry Ethiopians confronted khat-addicted dictator Meles Zenawi today in Washington DC. Meles was invited by President Obama to discuss food security in Africa, forgetting that it is dictators like Meles who are causing food insecurity. Supporters of Meles Zenawi — about 40 Woyanne thugs and Solomon Qindibu Tekalign — were their to cheer [...]

[Source: Ethiopian Review]

Emirates takes advantage of boycott against Ethiopian Airlines

Friday, May 18th, 2012

Several Ethiopian media organizations have recently called for boycott of Ethiopian Airlines as part of the civil resistance campaign against the genocidal junta in Ethiopia. To those of you who are asking for an alternative, here is an answer for you. Emirates Airlines has just announced that it is slashing its fares for Ethiopian passengers. [...]

[Source: Ethiopian Review]

Oakland Institue asks Obama not to support Ethiopia land grab

Friday, May 18th, 2012

Obama Urged to Reassess Ethiopian Relations Over Land Evictions By William Davison | Bloomberg News The U.S. should reassess its support for the government of Ethiopia, amid concern that more than half a million people are being evicted to make land available for foreign investment in agriculture, advocacy groups including the Oakland Institute said. A [...]

[Source: Ethiopian Review]

Religion and Ethiopia

Friday, May 18th, 2012

By Yilma Bekele Two important meetings were held a week ago. One was in Addis Abeba and the other in Washington DC. Both were concerning our motherland and the future. That is where the similarities end. One was intended to continue the path of destruction chartered by the current regime while the other was trying [...]

[Source: Ethiopian Review]

Obama urged to raise press freedom in Ethiopia (CPJ)

Wednesday, May 16th, 2012

President Obama should acknowledge the role that independent news reporting plays in assessing agricultural challenges and facilitating the response to famine, the Committee to Protect Journalists stated in a letter to the White House. Ethiopia in particular downplays the extent of food crises and undermines the ability of donor nations and aid groups to help [...]

[Source: Ethiopian Review]

Arrest Meles Zenawi at the Reagan Building in DC – Friday 7 AM

Wednesday, May 16th, 2012

The khat-addicted dictator Meles Zenawi will be attending the 3rd International Food Security Symposium at the Washington DC Ronald Regan building on May 18, 2012, on the invitation of President Obama. This is a great opportunity for all Ethiopians residing in and around Washington DC to protest and make the world know about the destruction [...]

[Source: Ethiopian Review]

Dictator Meles Zenawi at the Reagan Building on May 18

Wednesday, May 16th, 2012

The khat-addicted dictator in Ethiopia, Meles Zenawi, has been invited by President Barack Obama to a symposium on food security on Friday, May 18, in Washington DC at the Ronald Reagan Building & Int’l Trade Center, 1300 Pennsylvania Avenue NW, Washington DC, at 7:15 AM. This is a good opportunity for Ethiopians in the Washington [...]

[Source: Ethiopian Review]

Homage to Mulugeta Hailu, a great Ethiopian

Tuesday, May 15th, 2012

By Neamin Zeleke Everyone dies, but not everyone lives. Mulugeta Hailu lived. He lived a life of principle. He lived a life of convictions. He lived it with moral courage, in accord to his dreams and ideals much higher than himself. A life of principles lived to the fullest, a lifelong journey, with steadfast endurance, [...]

[Source: Ethiopian Review]

Eruption against Repression

Monday, May 14th, 2012

Successful movements continually reach out to the tyrant’s supporters… [read more] [Source: Ethiopian Review] Related posts:Organizational setup and responsibilities (Master Plan) Images of the recent volcano eruption in Ethiopia Volcano eruption in the Afar region of Ethiopia reported

[Source: Ethiopian Review]

በካምፕ ዴቪድ የአፍሪካ የችጋር ትርኢት

Monday, May 14th, 2012

ከፕሮፌሰር ዓለማየሁ ገብረማርያም ትርጉም ከነጻነት ለሃገሬ ባለፈው ሳምንት የሁዋይት ሀውስ  ቤተ  መንግስት ቃል አቀባይ ጄይ ካርኒ ፕሬዜዳንት ኦባማ የጋናን፤ የታንዛንያን፤የበኒን ፕሬዜዳንቶችንና  መለስ ዜናዊን የስምንቱን የኤኮኖሚ ሃያላን ሃገሮች (G8) ስብሰባ ላይ በካምፕ ዴቪድ ሜሪላንድ በሜይ 19 ስለ ምግብ ዋስትና በሚካሄደው ውይይት ላይ እንዲገኙ መጋበዛቸውን ይፋ አድርገዋል፡፡ የአሜሪካን መንግሥት ለዘመናት ለአፍሪካ አህጉር የምግብ እርዳት ሲያደርግ መክረሙ ይታወቃል፡፡ [...]

[Source: Ethiopian Review]

African Hunger Games at Camp David

Monday, May 14th, 2012

Alemayehu G Mariam White House spokesman Jay Carney announced last week that President Obama has invited the presidents of Ghana, Tanzania, Benin and Meles Zenawi to attend the G8 Summit (the forum for the governments of eight of the world’s largest economies) for a discussion of food security on May 19 at Camp David (Presidential [...]

[Source: Ethiopian Review]

የታሪክ ተጠያቂወች ሁነናል። ስነ ልቦና አናስገፍፍ፤ ክፍል ሶስት

Sunday, May 13th, 2012

አክሎግ ቢራራ (ዶር) ይህ፡ በተከታታይ፡ የማቀርበው፡ ሁለ-አቀፍ፡ ትንተና፡ ሶስተኛ፡ ክፍል፤ ካለፉት፡ ሁለት፡ ትንተናወች፡ ለየት፡ ይላል። የሚለይበትም፡ ዋና፡ ምክንያት፤ ባለፉት፡ እንዳስቀመጥኩት፤ የህወሃት፡ ጠባብ፡ ብሄርተኛ፡ ቡድን፡ ፍልስፍና፡ መሰረት፡ መነሻው፡ ባለፉት፡ መቶ፡ አመታት፡ የአማራ፡ ብሄር፡ ህብረተሰብ፡ “ጨቋኝ፤ ነብሰ-ገዳይ፤ ነፍጠኛ፤ የተጠላ፤ ዘራፊ፤ ቅኝ-ገዥ”፤ በሚሉ፡ በመርዝ፡ የተቀባ፡ የዘር፡ መለያ፡የስነ-ልቦና፡ ጦርነት፡ ማካሄዱና፡ በተለይ፡ አብዛኛውን፡ ሃሁ፡ የቆጠረውን፡ ክፍል፤ በዚህ፡ መሰረት፡ በሌለው፡ ክስ፡ተስቦና፡ [...]

[Source: Ethiopian Review]

Expel the AU from Ethiopia (George Ayittey)

Sunday, May 13th, 2012

By George Ayittey Ethiopia is a police state, where journalists are branded as “terrorists” and jailed – over 200 so far. It has only ONE national radio station, ONE national television station, ONE national daily for 83m people, ONE internet server. Private broadcasts are JAMMED. PM Meles Zenawi turned out to be worse than the [...]

[Source: Ethiopian Review]

Church leaders support protest of Ethiopian Muslims

Saturday, May 12th, 2012

In a historic and unprecedented move, His Grace Abune Melke Tsadik of the Ethiopian Orthodix Tewahdo Church (EOTC) called on Christians to support the uprising of  Muslims against the Ethiopian regime. Abune Melke Tsadik made the announcement at a press conference held today, May 12, 2012 in Washington, D.C.   “Our Muslim brothers are being harassed [...]

[Source: Ethiopian Review]

የታሪክ ተጠያቂወች ሁነናል፤ ክፍል፤ እሶስት። ለጎሳዊ፡ ስነ-ልቦና፡ አናጎብድድ

Friday, May 11th, 2012

አክሎግ፡ ቢራራ (ዶር) ይህ፡ በተከታታይ፡ የማቀርበው፡ ሁለ-አቀፍ፡ ትንተና፡ ሶስተኛ፡ ክፍል፤ ካለፉት፡ ሁለት፡ ትንተናወች፡ ለየት፡ ይላል። የሚለይበትም፡ ዋና፡ ምክንያት፤ ባለፉት፡ እንዳስቀመጥኩት፤ የህወሃት፡ ጠባብ፡ ብሄርተኛ፡ ቡድን፡ ፍልስፍና፡ መሰረት፡ መነሻው፡ ባለፉት፡ መቶ፡ አመታት፡ የአማራ፡ ብሄር፡ ህብረተሰብ፡ “ጨቋኝ፤ ነብሰ-ገዳይ፤ ነፍጠኛ፤ የተጠላ፤ ዘራፊ፤ ቅኝ-ገዥ”፤ በሚሉ፡ በመርዝ፡ የተቀባ፡ የዘር፡ መለያ፡የስነ-ልቦና፡ ጦርነት፡ ማካሄዱና፡ በተለይ፡ አብዛኛውን፡ ሃሁ፡ የቆጠረውን፡ ክፍል፤ በዚህ፡ መሰረት፡ በሌለው፡ ክስ፡ተስቦና፡ [...]

[Source: Ethiopian Review]

A note to President Obama

Friday, May 11th, 2012

By Yilma Bekele Dear President Obama, I am sure you do not have time to read my letter nonetheless it gives me a certain amount of release from the pain I am feeling and the little chance of this letter getting to you fills my soul with great amount of joy and hope. I am [...]

[Source: Ethiopian Review]

EOTC Synod meeting underway

Friday, May 11th, 2012

The exiled Ethiopian Orthodox Tewahedo Church (EOTC) Holy Synod meeting is currently underway in Washington DC at St Gabriel Church. The Patriarch, His Holiness Abune Merkorios, secretary of the Synod, Abune Melketsedik, and archbishops and priests from several countries around the world are participating in the meeting, which convened on Monday. The Holy Synod is [...]

[Source: Ethiopian Review]

Arrest Dictator Meles Zenawi at Camp David G8 Summit!

Friday, May 11th, 2012

Editor’s Note — The Obama administration has cynically betrayed the people of Ethiopia by inviting Meles Zenawi to Camp David.  Zenawi has arrested, tortured and brutalized thousands, including journalists and political opponents; he has stolen many elections; he has gunned down 193 innocents protesting electoral fraud; he has massacred civilians in Gambella, Ogaden, Afar and [...]

[Source: Ethiopian Review]

Meles Zenawi a manipulative, ruthless tyrant – Graham Peebles

Thursday, May 10th, 2012

By Graham Peebles | Eurasia Review Arrested, jailed and beaten, tortured and imprisoned, this is the recipe for justice that the Ethiopian government serves up to dissenting voices. Men and women peacefully exercising their democratic right, demanding their human rights, crying out for their moral rights. The victimised are not only those living within Ethiopia [...]

[Source: Ethiopian Review]

Protests at Bahir Dar and Gondar Universities

Thursday, May 10th, 2012

By Derese Tariku, DeBirhan.com Following the protests and arrest of students of Debre Markos University, northern Ethiopia, in the past two days, the students of Bahir Dar University and Gonder University have began large scale protests today. It has been confirmed that both Poly and Peda Campuses of Bahir Dar University (BDU) and Tewodors and Maraki Campuses of Gonder University (GU) have [...]

[Source: Ethiopian Review]

Mulugeta Hailu passed away

Thursday, May 10th, 2012

We are sad to learn today the passing away of Mulugeta Hailu, a dear friend and well-liked member of the Ethiopian community in Washington DC. He died early this morning. The cause of his death is not known yet. Mulugeta was a strong advocate of civil and democratic rights in Ethiopia, and as a long [...]

[Source: Ethiopian Review]

Fourteen Defining Characteristics Of Fascist regimes

Wednesday, May 9th, 2012

Fourteen Defining Characteristics Of Fascism By Dr. Lawrence Britt Source Free Inquiry.co 5-28-3 Dr. Lawrence Britt has examined the fascist regimes of Hitler (Germany), Mussolini (Italy), Franco (Spain), Suharto (Indonesia) and several Latin American regimes. Britt found 14 defining characteristics common to each: 1. Powerful and Continuing Nationalism – Fascist regimes tend to make constant [...]

[Source: Ethiopian Review]

European meeting on Ethiopian transitional council – LIVE NOW

Wednesday, May 9th, 2012

U.K., Germany and Sweden chapters of the Ethiopian National Transitional Council Organizing Committee will hold a joint electronic town hall meeting on Sunday, May 13, 2012, at 3 PM Washington DC time (8 PM London time, 9 PM Germany time). All patriotic Ethiopian in Europe are invited to participate in the teleconference. To participate in [...]

[Source: Ethiopian Review]

Dislodging Fascistic Regimes with Nonviolent Civil Resistance

Tuesday, May 8th, 2012

“This country, with its institutions, belongs to the people who inhabit it. Whenever they shall grow weary of the existing government, they can exercise their constitutional right of amending it, or their revolutionary right to dismember or overthrow it.” – Abraham Lincoln … [read more] [Source: Ethiopian Review] Related posts:Dislodging Tyranny with Nonviolent Civil Resistance [...]

[Source: Ethiopian Review]

Muslim protest spreads as Zenawi plots crackdown

Monday, May 7th, 2012

Muslim protests engulf Ethiopia; Gov’t expels two Arab ‘jihadists’ By Yuunus Hajji Mul’ataa | Anyuak Media ADDIS ABABA – Ethiopian Muslim protests spread across the country on May 4 when hundreds of thousands in the Ethiopian capital defied government threats and went on protesting against the “Ahbashism Campaign” instigated by the government and “Majlis”. Observers [...]

[Source: Ethiopian Review]

ለሴራ ሊዮን ፍትሕ! ለኢትዮጵያስ?

Monday, May 7th, 2012

ከፕሮፌሰር ዓለማየሁ ገብረማርያም ትርጉም ከነጻነት ለሃገሬ የግፍ ጦረኛው ቻርልስ ቴይለር ወደ ወህኒ! በአራት ዓመታት ውስጥ በ420 የፍርድ ሂደት፤ ቀናት: 115 ምስከሮች ተሰምተው፤ 50,000 ገጾች ያሉት ማስረጃ ተገናዝቦ፤ 1,520 መረጃ  ኤግዚህቢቶች ከተመሳከሩ፤ በህውላ ለሴራ ሊዮን በተባበሩት መንግስታት በተቋቋመው ልዩ ችሎት በቀረበበት 11 ዝርዝር ክስ ቻርልስ ቴይለር: የግፍ ጦረኛውና የቀድሞው የላይቤርያ ፕሬዝደንት: ጥፋተኛ ተብሎ ተፈርዶበታል፡፡ በሰብዊ መብት [...]

[Source: Ethiopian Review]

Justice for Sierra Leone! No Justice for Ethiopia?

Monday, May 7th, 2012

Alemayehu G Mariam Warlord Charles Taylor Caged! After 420 days of trial (over nearly four years), 115 witness, over 50,000 pages of testimony, and 1,520 exhibits, Charles Taylor, warlord-turned-president of Liberia, was found guilty on 11 counts by the U.N. Special Court for Sierra Leone. Taylor was found guilty of war crimes and crimes against [...]

[Source: Ethiopian Review]

Ethiopian civic group in Las Vegas endorses Boycott TPLF

Saturday, May 5th, 2012

An Ethiopian civic group in Las Vegas, Nevada, named Raey Association has issued a resolution endorsing the call by Ethiopian media groups to boycott businesses that are owned or controlled by the TPLF apartheid regime in Ethiopia. Read the resolution here [pdf, Amharic] [Source: Ethiopian Review] Related posts:Ethiopian media organizations call for boycott of Ethiopian [...]

[Source: Ethiopian Review]

Let’s struggle in unison for our dignity and freedom

Saturday, May 5th, 2012

PRESS RELEASE Alliance for Liberty, Equality, and Justice in Ethiopia (ALEJE) Let us struggle in unison for our dignity and freedom! May 4, 2012 Alliance for Liberty, Equality and Justice in Ethiopia (ALEJE) has been closely monitoring the development of events in Ethiopia in the last three months. From the intensifying deterioration of human rights [...]

[Source: Ethiopian Review]

Reeyot Alemu: Young Heroine of Ethiopian Press Freedom

Saturday, May 5th, 2012

Alemayehu G Mariam Reeyot Alemu The past two weeks have been glorious days for Africans. Eskinder Nega, the heroic Ethiopian journalist was honored with Pen America’s Barbara Goldsmith Freedom to Write Award. The award honors writers throughout the world who have fought courageously in the face of adversity for the right to freedom of expression. [...]

[Source: Ethiopian Review]

ATTENTION: All Ethiopian businesses in the Diaspora

Thursday, May 3rd, 2012

Letter to all Ethiopian businesses in the Diaspora: [Source: Ethiopian Review] Related posts:Power rationing forces shutting down of Ethiopian businesses Small U.S. businesses thrive with an Ethiopian woman’s help Ethiopian businesses in DC get ready for soccer tournament

[Source: Ethiopian Review]

Malawi court sentenced 16 Ethiopians to 6 months in prison

Wednesday, May 2nd, 2012

MALAWI (Zodiak Online) — In Rumphi, the magistrates court has sentenced sixteen Ethiopian nationals to six months in prison for illegal entry, further worsening congestion at the prison where inmates already sleep on top of each other due to lack of space. Eighty others escaped after noting that they were being surrounded by police officers. [...]

[Source: Ethiopian Review]

PEN honors jailed Ethiopian journalist Eskinder Nega

Wednesday, May 2nd, 2012

NEW YORK (AP) — An imprisoned Ethiopian journalist and blogger who could face the death penalty for advocating peaceful protests in his Horn of Africa homeland was honored Tuesday with PEN America’s “Freedom to Write” award. Eskinder Nega was arrested in 2011 under Ethiopia’s sweeping anti-terrorism laws, which PEN says criminalize any reporting deemed to [...]

[Source: Ethiopian Review]

How To Communicate Securely in Repressive Environment

Wednesday, May 2nd, 2012

The following technologies can help you stay safe and keep your data relatively more secure… [read more] [Source: Ethiopian Review] Related posts:Environment and economic development in Ethiopia Environment group calls to suspend funding of Omo River dam Digital Security Tactics – Computers

[Source: Ethiopian Review]

Thousands of Ethiopians rise up to save Waldeba (VOA)

Tuesday, May 1st, 2012

Thousands of people in Gondar region, northern Ethiopia, are marching to save the Waldeba Monastery from the Woyanne junta. The people are armed with rifles and rudimentary weapons such as axes, knives, sticks and every thing they can get their hands on, according to a priest who spoke with the VOA’s Addisu Abebe today. Listen [...]

[Source: Ethiopian Review]

EOTC leaders press conference – Saturday, 5 PM EST

Tuesday, May 1st, 2012

The Holy Synod of the Ethiopian Orthodox Tewahedo Church (EOTC) is currently meeting in Washington DC. Following the meeting, the Church leaders will hold a press conference with the media to make a special call to the people of Ethiopia. The press conference will be held at St. Gabriel Church in Washington DC on Saturday, [...]

[Source: Ethiopian Review]

Tselemt district in northern Gondar under siege

Tuesday, May 1st, 2012

Tselemt district in northern Gondar, Ethiopia, is under military siege after confrontations between residents and TPLF regime security forces turned violent. Ethiopian Review sources in the area reported that at least 3 Woyanne troops have been killed and unknown number of civilians, including priests, are wounded. The cause of the confrontation is the Woyanne junta’s [...]

[Source: Ethiopian Review]

Yemen turns into hell for Ethiopians

Tuesday, May 1st, 2012

(Yemen Times) — The Ethiopian refugee Seble Yohanes told the Yemen Times that she is only thirty, but her pale face with wide eyes full of concern makes her looks as if she was 50. [Ethiopian refugee Seble Yohannes] Looking for a safe place to raise her demands, Yohanes went to the Ministry of Human [...]

[Source: Ethiopian Review]

Invisible Ethiopian

Monday, April 30th, 2012

I am a man without a country. I feel like the protagonist in the novel “Invisible Man”, a character so invisible that he did not even have a name in the book. Invisible Man is a chronicle of a man who was born so light skinned that he was most often passed up as a [...]

[Source: Ethiopian Review]

Ethiopian transitional council formation underway

Monday, April 30th, 2012

PRESS RELEASE The Organizing Committee of Ethiopian National Transitional Council (ENTC) held a press conference on Saturday, April 28, 2012, to deliver progress report and announce new initiatives. Several members of the media and over 84 participants had attended the press conference online. Progress Report The first part of the press conference focused on progress [...]

[Source: Ethiopian Review]