Tag Archives: forest destruction

“የጋምቤላ የደን ምንጣሮና የማያባራው ውዝግብ”: ጠ/ሚ ተብየው በፓሪሱ ስብሰባ ራሱን አካባቢ ተንከባካቢ አስመስሎ የለሙትን ሃገሮች “ኃላፊነት በጐደለው መንገድ” ጎዱን በማለት ብዙ ዶላር አምጡ ሲል፣ የአገዛዙን አፍራሽና ጠላታዊነት ምን ዐይነት ካሣ ኢትዮጵያውያን ያስከፍሉት?

2 Dec

በከፍያለው ገብረመድኅን – The Ethiopia Observatory (TEO)

    ከድህነትና ድንቁርና ጎን ዛሬ ዋናው ኢትዮጵያን እየጎዳት ያለው የሕወሃት አስተዳደር የሕዝብ መብቶችን ለማክበር ፈቃደኝናትና ለሕግ ተገዥነት አለመኖር ናቸው። ተጨማሪዎቹ የድርጅቱ የፖለቲካ ብልግናና፣ ለመሬትና ንብረት ያለው ስግብግብነት ናቸው። በኦሮሚያ ትምህርት ቤቶችና ዩኒቨርሲቲዎች የሚካሄደው ድብደባና ጭፍጨፋም ከዚህ ጋር የተያያዘ ነው።
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በጎደሬ ወረዳ የዘር ግጭት ተነሳ፤ መከላከያ ገብቷል፤ የብዙ ዜጎች ሕይወት ጠፍቷል

16 Sep

Posted by The Ethiopia Observatory (TEO)
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(Credit: Golgul)

በጋምቤላ ዞን በጎደሬ ወረዳ ነጋዴዎችና ሰፋሪዎች ከአካባቢው ተወላጅ የመዠንገር ጎሳ አባላት ጋር ተጋጩ። በግጭቱ ከ17 ሰባት በላይ ሰዎች ተገድለዋል። በግጭቱ የመዠንገር ዞን አስተዳዳሪና የጎደሬ ወረዳ ዳኛ ከነቤተሰቦቻቸው የግጭቱ ሰለባ መሆናቸው ታውቋል። ግጭቱን ለማብረድ የመከላከያ ሠራዊት የገባ ሲሆን፣ የጋምቤላ ክልል ልዩ ኃይል ግጭቱን ለማብረድ በጉዞ ላይ እንዳለ በተሰጠ መመሪያ እንዲመለስ ተደርጓል
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Fine Line: Official FDI empty talks, its non-returns, resources destruction, abuses of citizens and brutal exploitation of Ethiopians

28 Oct

Posted by The Ethiopia Observatory

Like any country’s government, Ethiopia’s is one very keen to see the influx of foreign direct investment (FDI) to a destination promoted by a federal agency as “a land of opportunities.”
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Payback time ? Angry residents in Gambella set Indian-owned farm on fire, destroying farm properties

26 Oct

Editor’s Note:

    It is inescapable that we are constantly reminded of the deceptive words of Meles Zenawi through such angry reactions and destructions of deceived and victimized people. These are prices we have to pay as a nation for the bad and wrong policies of the TPLF and its minions. Such actions are retributions for the humiliation, repression, mistreatments and shameless deceptions our people have to put up with.
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Meles urging Africa to move to green economy, as Ethiopia is getting increasingly barren and drier

27 Oct

By Keffyalew Gebremedhin

These days, Prime Minister Meles Zenawi is in his ‘green economy’ mind. The problem with this state of mind is its inadequacy to differentiate between reality and aspirations. Whatever his definition of green economy, Meles has not said it in clearer terms heretofore in the Ethiopian context, i.e., until Tuesday 25 October 2011, although the terminology has now celebrated its second year since it became part of the international development and environmental lexicon.
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