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With corrupt & repressive TPLF regime Ethiopia becoming a failed state a matter of time, while peacefully averted march on Harar by Oromos another poignant signal

5 Sep

Posted by The Ethiopia Observatory (TEO)
 

 
Bereaved families in Ethiopia, according to Aljazeera in its Ethiopia’s bereaved families seek justice, are demanding justice for 650 anti-government protesters who were killed last year.

They were from the largest ethnic group, the Oromo, and died during a government crackdown on dissent, as extensively reported by various international news sources and on a continual basis.

Despite repeated government promises that security forces responsible for civilian deaths will be punished, so far no one has been charged.
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Rising number of Ethiopians flee the nation they love – paradise for TPLF & foreign friends; Zimbabwe charges 56 Ethiopians for unlawful entry

27 Oct

Posted by The Ethiopia Observatory (TEO)
by The Herald

Lovemore Meya — Fifty-six Ethiopians who allegedly entered Zimbabwe illegally through Nyamapanda Border Post appeared in court on Thursday charged with unlawful entry and illegally staying in Zimbabwe. Belachaw Abyo (28) and 55 others whose ages vary from 15 to 28 were not asked to plead to contravening section 29 (1) of the Immigration Act Chapter 4.2.
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Kenya arrests 105 Ethiopians fleeing their country

1 Oct

Posted byThe Ethiopia Observatory (TEO)

GARISSA (Xinhua) -- Kenyan police officers guard the arrested Ethiopian immigrants in Garissa, northeastern Kenya, Sept. 22, 2014. Kenyan authorities arrested on Monday some 105 Ethiopian immigrants who had sneaked into the country through the porous border in Moyale, northern region. XINHUA PHOTO: STEPHEN INGATI

GARISSA (Xinhua) — Kenyan police officers guard the arrested Ethiopian immigrants in Garissa, northeastern Kenya, Sept. 22, 2014. Kenyan authorities arrested on Monday some 105 Ethiopian immigrants who had sneaked into the country through the porous border in Moyale, northern region. XINHUA PHOTO: STEPHEN INGATI

GARISSA (Xinhua) — Kenyan authorities on Monday evening arrested 105 Ethiopian immigrants who had sneaked in the country through the porous border in Moyale, northern region.

Northeastern regional Criminal Investigations Department (CID) Coordinator Musa Yego confirmed Tuesday that the group, which is the biggest to be arrested in the recent months, was nabbed along the Banane-Garissa road, about 10km from Balambala sub-county.
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Crystal gazing 2013: The relations between Ethiopia and UK in perspective

23 Feb

By Keffyalew Gebremedhin

2013 seems hardly a promising year, at least, not for everyone. I know it from the experience of my country that it is not, as bad policies have piled up to roil governance. While it still is too early to be conclusive, not Brazil, not China nor India have also fluttered any positive signals about 2013.
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