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  Authored by Kinfu Assefa, Translated by Wondimu Mekonnen, Verified by Kinfu Assefa, It has to be recalled that the European Union called for national reconciliation and negotiation in Ethiopia. The top five TPLF officials responded with full of arrogance. They preferred confrontation and war with the people. The fact that most of the police and the national army has refused to shoot at the people has worried the leadership of the TPLF. Addis Ababa is under total blockage. No one goes in or comes out of the all fourRead More
Wedding is a great day for the bride and the groom among all human beings. In Ethiopia, it is even the most celebrated day, not just for the bride and the groom but the family, friends and the community the couple live in. At times, the wedding ceremony goes on for weeks, with special songs for the purpose, before and after the wedding. We, the immigrant Ethiopians, took that culture with us. Wedding songs are also special. You don’t just sing or dance to those songs outside the wedding ceremony.Read More

Posted On October 5, 2016By Wondimu MekonenIn Current Update

Rt Hon Ana Gomes – European MP

The bravest EU MP, the best friend of Ethiopians,  the only advocate for the mass victims of Ethiopian regime since 2005, Rt Ana Gomez speaks out loudly and clearly against the silence of EU, while pumping. billions of Euro dollars of tax payers money into the pockets of a terrorist regime that is terrorising innocent citizens.    Read More
Dashen Bank on fire! Bloomberg October 3 Fatal Ethiopia Stampede Seen Reviving Unrest in U.S. Partner The Ethiopian government’s deadly mishandling of a protest at a cultural event by the Oromo people threatens to reignite demonstrations across the country’s largest region and worsen political risk in one of the U.S.’s key African allies. The Association for Human Rights in Ethiopia estimates as many as 100 people were crushed to death or drowned on Sunday as they fled from regional police firing tear gas, rubber bullets and live rounds to disperseRead More

Posted On October 3, 2016By Wondimu MekonenIn Current Update


TPLF was born and raised in violence. The last 25 years are marked by TPLF violence: From university student killings in the 1990s to the present-day killings in Oromia, Amhara and other regions. This was lately topped by the Bishoftu Massacre on Sunday, October 2, 2016. TPLF must go, and to remove the scourge, Ethiopians should take one huge stride forward: Unity, says, editor. Here is the report by AljazeeraRead More The GuardianGlobal development British support for Ethiopia scheme withdrawn amid abuse allegations Department for International Development will no longer back $4.9bn project that critics claim has funded a brutal resettlement programme. The UK has ended its financial support for a controversial development project alleged to have helped the Ethiopian government fund a brutal resettlement programme. Hundreds of people have been forced from their land as a result of the scheme, while there have also been reports of torture, rape and beatings. Until last month, Britain’s Department for International DevelopmentRead More

Posted On October 2, 2016By Wondimu MekonenIn Current Update

BLOODY SUNDAY IN ETHIOPIA Oromia: Deadly stampede at Ethiopia festival 2 October 2016 From the sectionAfrica Share Image copyrightREUTERS Image captionOromia has seen unrest over plans to expand the Ethiopian capital Dozens of people have been killed and injured in Ethiopia’s Oromia region after security forces fired on a major protest, witnesses say. Some died in a panicked stampede after troops opened fire, the reports said. Thousands had gathered for a religious festival in Bishoftu, 40km (25 miles) from the capital Addis Ababa. Some reports said troops responded after anti-government protesters threw stonesRead More
By Biri Yaya, M.S.W., Ph.D. The second time political ‘love relationship’ between the tplf gangsters and Mohammed Siad Bare of Somalia’s political descedents took a form of Somali warlord in Ogaden region joining in hands with exiles of Somali origin individuals. They put on disgraceful demonstration show cases. It is to be recalled that the late tyrant Meles Zenawi, Abay Tsehaye, Seyoum Mesfin… were aiding Bare’s invation of Ethiopia in the 1970s ( They were handsomely rewarded with resident permit in Mogadisho and Somali passport. Altough Bare’s regime of 5 starsRead More

Posted On October 1, 2016By Wondimu MekonenIn Current Update

Prominent Ethiopian journalist harassed in jail Prominent Ethiopian journalist harassed in jailRead More

Posted On September 30, 2016By Wondimu MekonenIn Current Update