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Please sign a petition to the British Government at http://www.change.org – Petition the British Government to avert indiscriminate massacre of civilians in Ethiopia!  Please sign and send the following letter either by copying and pasting the content from this page bellow or by downloading the attached MS Word document to your Member of Parliament representatives in the UK, International Organisations, or any other parties who have a potential of contributing to avert the ongoing atrocities in Ethiopia. Address of the recipient …………. Your address ………………. Date………………   Dear, Re: THE ONGOING ATTROCITIES INRead More
More Economic Freedom Could Mean Less Civil Strife in EthiopiaRead More

Posted On September 28, 2016By Wondimu MekonenIn Current Update

Five killed in one week in Oromo region

Five killed in one week in Oromo regionRead More

Posted On September 27, 2016By Wondimu MekonenIn Current Update

Nagy: ETHIOPIA AT THE CROSSROAD WITH ITS GOVERNMET

By Tibor Nagy ETHIOPIA AT THE CROSSROAD WITH ITS GOVERNMET – CLICK HERE TO READ  Read More

Posted On September 27, 2016By Wondimu MekonenIn Current Update

U.S. official says crackdown “harsh, intense”

U.S. official says crackdown “harsh, intense”Read More

Posted On September 26, 2016By Wondimu MekonenIn Current Update

CRIMES COMMITTED BY THE TPLF

Posted On September 26, 2016By Wondimu MekonenIn Current Update

What is behind Ethiopia’s wave of protests?

http://What is behind Ethiopia’s wave of protests?Read More

Posted On September 26, 2016By Wondimu MekonenIn Current Update

Carnage Will Not Hold the Fire Down: Oromo Democratic Front and Patriotic Ginbot 7Read More

Posted On September 25, 2016By Wondimu MekonenIn Current Update

How Ethiopian prince scuppered Germany’s WW1 plans

A hundred years ago, the Ethiopian prince Lij Iyasu was deposed after the Orthodox church feared he had converted to Islam. But it also scuppered Germany’s plans to draw Ethiopia into World War One, writes Martin Plaut. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-37428682Read More

Posted On September 25, 2016By Wondimu MekonenIn Current Update

URGENT APPEAL TO THE INTERNATIONAL COMMUNITY

The TPLF, first cut telephone lines and electricity supply to Gonder and Gijjam, two Amhara regions of Ethiopia. For the last two weeks, armed men broke into each family houses of residents without warrant and arrested thousands of Amhara youth, under the cover of darkness. The VOA reporter put to the Government spokesperson how could they justify the rounding up of youth during nights. He said: “These youth are destructive force. They had to be contained, taken to secured area to give them some lessons. The Government has the responsibility toRead More