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ጫልቱ ታከለ፡                                     ልብ ከሚሠብረው ወደርየለሽ የአሸባሪው ሕወሃት ሠቆቃዎች ወንጀሎች ማኅደር!

2 Apr

Posted by The Ethiopia Observatory (TEO)
የበፈቃዱ ኃይሉ ቃለ መጠይቅ


As Ethiopia is slowly sinking into turmoil, TPLF is finding tricky commemorating dictator Meles Zenawi’s 5th expiration anniversary

12 Aug

By Keffyalew Gebremedhin The Ethiopia Observatory (TEO)
This article goes against a longstanding Ethiopian religious teaching: don’t utter anything bad about the dead.

Probably it is a good thing, something that has shaped our citizens into the decent people they are, though have been unlucky with national leaders. I must, therefore, add that teaching has certainly not been enough to help us enjoy meaningful earthy life nor, as a people, has it so far assured us of our heavenly place.

To come to the point, the cruel rape by the Tigray People’s Liberation Front (TPLF) of our country on my mind, I have chosen to happily accept consequences of going against that Ethiopian standard of behaviour, instead of continuing to witness the endless abuses and exploitation by and servitude of our people to the ethnic mafiosi in power for a quarter century now!

Surprise! Surprise! Saturday is fifth anniversary of Meles Zenawi’s expiration. He was the cruelest of dictators, who has badly poisoned our country’s future and ruined its prospects to become a break out nation.
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EU chief tasks Ethiopian PM to initiate inclusive political dialogue quickly*

4 Aug

Posted by The Ethiopia Observatory (TEO)
by Abdur Rahman Alfa Shaban at the European Union External Action for AfricaNews (*EU media title)

EU Foreign Affairs and Security Policy High Representative Federica Mogherini & TPLF prime minister HMD. Relatively she may know much better about Ethiopia than its salesman, the man in post of state chief executive officer in Ethiopia (Credit: AfricaNews)

The High Representative of the European Union (EU) for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy, Federica Mogherini, has tasked the Ethiopian Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn to respect democratic principles and civil rights in the country.
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“We Are Uninonist” – Lencho Batti, Oromo Democratic Front (ODF)

28 Jul

Posted by The Ethiopia Observatory (TEO)

Addressing an Ethiopian Union National Convention in Seattle on May 27, 2017, Lencho Bati, one of the leaders of the Oromo Democratic Front (ODF), said his organization was a unionist as opposed to a secessionist.

ፕሮፌሰር መረራ ጉዲና ከብራሰልስ ሲመለሱ እሥር ቤት ተላኩ – የሕወሃቱ ፓርላማ አስገባሪው አስመላሽ ወልደሥላሴ የፋና አነጋጋሪው ስብሰባ ላይ የዛቱት ሆነላቸው!

1 Dec

Posted by The Ethiopia Observatory (TEO)

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BEARING THE BRUNT:         Ethiopia’s crisis is a result of decades of land disputes and ethnic power battles

31 Oct
Bracing for the future. (Reuters/Tiksa Negeri)

Bracing for the future. (Reuters/Tiksa Negeri)

“The unrest has triggered a collapse in tourism, even though Ethiopia was voted the world’s best tourism destination in 2015. Analysts say investors will also need to see indications of long-lasting reforms before they commit to new ventures. The unrest is also dividing the country with Tigrayans being held collectively responsible for the ubiquity of TPLF dominance.”

Posted by The Ethiopia Observatory (TEO)
by Abdi Latif Dahir
When anti-government protests rocked Gondar city in northern Ethiopia in July, ethnic Tigrayans living in the Amhara region started fleeing. For a quarter of a century, the Tigrayans, who make up only 6% of the country’s over 100 million population, have enjoyed disproportionate influence and representation in government.

But as the latest wave of protests intensified, ordinary Tigrayans in the Amhara region were now reportedly saying that their homes and businesses were being attacked because of their perceived affiliation with the government. The protests, which started in Nov. 2015, were largely fronted by the Oromo and Amhara communities, and the ruling party was yet to budge on both communities’ demands for expanded political, economic and human rights.
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ዶ/ር ፀጋዬ አራርሳ ስለአስቸኳይ ጊዜ አዋጁ ለኤስ.ቢ.ኤስ. የሠጡት ቃለ መጠይቅ

21 Oct

Posted by The Ethiopia Observatory (TEO)



Breaking News: Ethiopia falls under six-month state of emergency

A Muffled Insurrection in Ethiopia, STRATFOR Analysis

19 Aug

Posted by The Ethiopia Observatory (TEO)

“The Oromo and Amhara protest movements could change the course of Ethiopia’s future…”



Ethiopia’s government, led by Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn, has contended with protests for nearly a year. The government’s efforts to quell the unrest have made headlines and drawn international criticism of late, but its problems go well beyond humanitarian concerns. Since the mid-1970s, Ethiopia underwent several periods of upheaval that changed not just the leaders of the country but also the political system and institutions that govern it. Now, with ethnic discontent reaching a new high and the tendrils of insurgency starting to re-emerge, Desalegn’s administration faces the greatest challenge to its rule yet.
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