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Adwa and Abyssinia’s Participation in the Scramble for Africa: Has that Relevance to the Ongoing Oromo protests?

Adwa and Abyssinia’s Participation in the Scramble for Africa: Has that Relevance to the Ongoing Oromo protests? Mekuria Bulcha, PhD, Professor Whenever an Oromo scholar or politician mentions Menelik or his conquest of Oromia, the scathing criticism that meets him or her is that history is irrelevant for the current crisis.  They are often advised to […]

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Sweden must act against the killings in Ethiopia

The regime in Ethiopia, killing hundreds. Sweden must act. (Google translation) By Anders Österberg (S), Member of Parliament Committee on Foreign Affairs Sweden (Folkbladet) — Not all crises that become front-page news. In the shadow of war in Syria and the attempted coup in Turkey, the situation in Ethiopia developed the verge of civil war. Foreign Ministry […]

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News Analysis: Tourism in Protest-Ridden Ethiopia is Hurting; Reviving it Will Take More Than Unveiling a Logo

News Analysis: Tourism in Protest-Ridden Ethiopia is Hurting; Reviving it Will Take More Than Unveiling a Logo Fitsum Abera Addis Abeba, March 27/2017 (Addis Standard) – Last week on March 22, Ethiopia’s Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn, who also chairs the Ethiopian Tourism Transformation Council, officially introduced the Amharic version of Ethiopia’s new tourism logo ‘Ethiopia, […]

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Open Letter to Mr. Louis Michel

Ogaden European Diaspora Association’s Open Letter to Mr. Louis Michel

An open letter to Mr. Louis Michel European Parliament Rue Wiertz 60 BUR ASP 09G206 1047 Bruxelles louis.michel@europarl.europa.eu London, March 27, 2017. Dear Mr. Louis Michel, We, the Ogaden European Diaspora Association are writing you over your unconditional support of the brutal and minority leading group of Ethiopia. Besides the huge amount of aid money […]

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“Knowledge for the World ” – from TASSC Discussion Forum

“ Knowledge for the World ” By Feyera Sobokssa, Torture survivor A professor from Johns Hopkins University once came to the Catholic University of America (CUA) to participate on a human rights training that was sponsored by both the CUA, the U.N. and the Torture Abolition and Survivors Support Coalition (TASSC) – International. I tried by […]

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Why we should care if Ethiopia stops loving us

Why we should care if Ethiopia stops loving us Tacoma, WA (The News Tribune) — I recently returned from three weeks in Ethiopia, an abysmally poor, highly primitive nation of more than 100 million people on the Horn of Africa. Ethiopia is also the cradle of civilization, from which humanoids migrated to Europe and beyond. […]

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Macha Tulama Association Appeal to Oromo Diaspora

Macha Tulama Association Appeal to Oromo Diaspora March 25, 2017 To: Oromo in Diaspora Dear brothers and sisters,  We are sending you our appeal letter to bring to your attention the critical condition under which the Oromo people are suffering currently and to earnestly request for your generous financial help once again.  We believe that […]

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EU: Remarks of Dr. Geleta, OLF, at a Conference on Women’s Interno in Ethiopia

EU: Remarks of Dr. Geleta, OLF, at a Conference on Women’s Interno in Ethiopia

Opening remark of Dr. Shigut Geleta, Oromo Liberation Front, on a conference entitled ‘Women’s Inferno in Ethiopia’ held at European Parliament on 22 March 2017 Excellency Ms. Liliana Rodrigues (S&D), MEP and chairperson, Your excellences Members of the European Parliament, Dear participants, Ladies and Gentlemen, I would like to thanks the office of the Unrepresented […]

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Reminder to all Oromo Affiliated Media Outlets

Reminder to all Oromo Affiliated Media Outlets By Falmataa Sabaa (PhD) While I was listening to RSWO Bitooteessa 23, 2017 (see below) reports of the annexation of Chinaksen, it blew my mind and I wanted to remind the Media Outlets focused to Oromo issue and other sympathizers of the nation of Oromia. Oromos are glad […]

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Kenya and Ethiopia renew World Cross Country rivalry

Kenya and Ethiopia renew World Cross Country rivalry KAMPALA (Reuters) – Kenya and their east African middle and long-distance running rivals, Ethiopia, will come face-to-face again at the 42nd World Cross Country Championships in the Ugandan capital Kampala on Sunday. The two countries who have dominated the global event more than any other nation, have […]

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Letter on Ethiopia to the EU High Representative for Foreign Affairs / Vice-President of the European Commission Mogherini

Letter on Ethiopia to the EU High Representative for Foreign Affairs / Vice-President of the European Commission Mogherini Source: Human Rights Watch Federica Mogherini High Representative of the Union for Foreign Affairs / Vice-President of the European Commission Rue de la Loi, Wetstraat 200 1049 Brussels Brussels, March 23, 2017 Dear High Representative Mogherini, Human […]

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More than 250 migrants feared dead in the Mediterranean Sea

More than 250 migrants are believed to have drowned after two partially submerged dinghies were found by a rescue boat in the Mediterranean Sea. (Aljazeera) — About 250 people are feared to have drowned in the Mediterranean Sea after two partially submerged rubber dinghies were found off the coast of Libya. EU countries to crackdown […]

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In this photo taken on Sunday, Oct. 2, 2016, Ethiopian soldiers try to stop protesters in Bishoftu, Ethiopia. Violence flared again Monday in Ethiopia's restive Oromia region, where dozens of people were killed a day earlier in a stampede when police tried to disrupt an anti-government protest amid a massive religious festival. Clashes between security forces and protesters erupted Sunday evening and continued Monday morning in the towns of Bishoftu and Ambo, an Ethiopian government official and witnesses told The Associated Press. (AP Photo)

Freedom of Expression Situation in Africa report: Ethiopia, DRC & Mali: 183 killed in protests between July-December 2016

Freedom of Expression Situation in Africa report: Ethiopia, DRC & Mali: 183 killed in protests July-December 2016 (ifex) — This statement was originally published on africafex.org on 21 March 2017. A total of 183 deaths were recorded from July to December 2016 following clashes between protestors and security agents in three countries – Ethiopia, Democratic […]

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Scottish Parliament debate second independence referendum (DAY 2), before voting later today

Scottish Parliament debate second independence referendum (DAY 2), before voting later today Scottish parliament expected to back 2nd independence referendum (rt) — Scottish MPs are expected to back First Minister Nicola Sturgeon’s bid for a second independence referendum when they vote later on Wednesday. The ballot for a section 30 order, the mechanism authorizing a […]

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“#Women’s Inferno in #Ethiopia”, hosted by MEP Liliana Rodrigues

“#Women’s Inferno in #Ethiopia”, hosted by MEP Liliana Rodrigues European Parliament, Brussels The Unrepresented Nations and Peoples Organization (UNPO), in collaboration with the People’s Alliance for Freedom and Democracy (PAFD) and MEP Liliana Rodrigues (S&D), will be holding a conference entitled ‘Women’s Inferno in Ethiopia’ at the European Parliament in Brussels. The primary aim of […]

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Land Grabbing: Ugandan Farmers Call on UN to Sever Ties with Bidco Africa

Land Grabbing: Ugandan Farmers Call on UN to Sever Ties with Bidco Africa (Addis Standard) — Lake Victoria farmers cite Bidco land-grabbing, environmental destruction and human rights violations The Bugala Farmers Association has called on the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) to sever its ties with Bidco Africa, a Kenya-based edible oil producer accused of […]

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