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Impending massacres in Ethiopia, as citizens gear up for further protests via tax revolt, despite 9-month old martial law!

19 Jul

By Keffyalew Gebremedhin The Ethiopia Observatory (TEO)
 
For this article, the past is its guide — Ethiopia’s tragic experiences during 2016.

There being no direct and open communication at all between society and the state, the only resource left for citizens is to go out in a mass strength to give signal of disapproval or rejection to the the powers to be.
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Ethiopia’s political parties/organizations condemn TPLF regime’s land grab & bloodthirstiness

2 May

By Keffyalew Gebremedhin – The Ethiopia Observatory

My understanding of what is taking place currently in Ethiopia is brutal use of forces by TPLF agents. It is clear case of violation of human rights. This and all other manifestations are designs by the TPLF against the people of Ethiopia. The only difference is that it administers its doses of brutality on seemingly systematic basis, picking one group this week, the other next week, and then the following on and on – diminishing our country piece by piece.
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In Ambo student protests, eyewitnesses say 47 killed, as TPLF pushes under the rug its murderous escapade – as elsewhere

2 May

Editor’s Note:

    BBC’s Ethiopia analyst Hewete Haileselassie could not even disguise her strong sympathy for the TPLF regime, as Tigrean herself. Therefore, she sends two erroneous messages: (a) the regime in Addis Abeba is dominated by Tigreans and Amharas, and (b) Addis Abeba’s expansion is dominated by Oromos and Amharas.
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Addis Ababa’s Expansion entails more protests around the country and deaths

1 May

By Keffyalew Gebremedhin – The Ethiopia Observatory

Mohammed Ademo on Think Africa Press writes, Addis Ababa is growing fast and set to expand further. At present, he sees this growth pitting the regime against Oromo activists, seeking to protect their rights. Ethnic Oromo students are ratcheting up opposition the territorial expansion of the Horn of Africa nation’s capital, Addis Ababa.
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