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Ethiopia on the brink. Everyone has failed Somalia— its politicos, Horn nations, AU, UN, the West bear huge responsibilities, TPLF most of all! PART I (1)

27 Oct

By Keffyalew Gebremedhin The Ethiopia Observatory (TEO)
 

    The following introductory paragraphs are intended to serve as a curtain raiser for the articles that would follow it in the weeks to come.

    The main conclusion is its open and honest claim that Somalia could have been up and running long ago, if the Tigray People’s Liberation Front (TPLF) and the forces it commands within Somalia — including all sorts of shady Somalia militias — have not been allowed to become authors and contributors of Somalia’s continuing tragedy.

    In that, the individual articles provide tissues forming the conclusion’s muscle.

    While engaging Al-Shabaab as everyone’s enemy, probably as a convenient cover for the top military leadership’s goal(s), these bad apples within the TPLF and their allies’ preoccupation has been their own superior position inside Somalia and Ethiopia. This perception assumes TPLF’s continuity in power in Ethiopia, which takes among others pacifying Somalia and keeping it weaker.
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ሃገር ውስጥ ላሉና ውጭም ለተበተኑ ኢትዮጵያውያን ሁሉ 2008 የፍቅርና መከባበር፡ መተሳሰብ፡ ፍትህና አዲስ የዲሞክራሲ መሠረት ግንባታ ዓመት ይሁን!

10 Sep

በከፍያለው ገብረመድኅን – The Ethiopia Observatory (TEO)

የኢትዮጵያ ገላዳ ዝንጀሮች ከሰው ባላነሰ መንገድ ለልጆቻቸው እንክብካቤ  ሲያደርጉ (ፎቶ: ኖህ ስናይደር ማክለር)

የኢትዮጵያ ገላዳ ዝንጀሮች ኃላፊነት በተመላውና ከሰው ባላነሰ መንገድ ለልጆቻቸው እንክብካቤ ሲያደርጉ (ፎቶ: ኖህ ስናይደር ማክለር)


 

ተባባሪ ሙዚቃውን ለማዳመጥ
 

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China’s penetration deep into Africa reaches ‘skeptical phase’

17 May

Editor’s Note:

    Chinese multi-purpose financing of African states has done miracles especially to the infrastructures of a belatedly waking up region, helping it to strive to find its rightful place in the community of nations.
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China announces doubling of its loans to Africa to $20 billion

19 Jul

BEIJING (AFP)

China said Thursday it would offer $20 billion in new loans to Africa, underscoring the relationship’s growing importance, as Chinese companies agreed to operate more responsibly on the resource-rich continent.
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