BY ANDUALEM SISAY GESSESSE – Since Ethiopia announced its first confirmed cornavirus (COVID-19) case in mid-March, the number of patients infected by the pandemic in the country has been growing and reached 116 on Wednesday this week (April 22, 2019). The next day on Thursday after conducting laboratory test for over 900 people in 24 […]
BY KEBOUR GHENNA – Modern day Ethiopia is characterized by ethnic groups concerned about the protection of their rights and interests. This concern is motivated by an actual or perceived inequality of treatment and allegations of both de jure and de facto discrimination. Ethiopia is tearing itself apart over what are essentially anthropological questions, about […]
Heavily armed men wearing Ethiopian military uniform, kill at least 16 people over the weekend in Kemise, Majete and Ataye areas of North Shoa in Amhara Region of Ethiopia and burned churches and damaged properties.
By Andualem Sisay Gessesse – When Abiy Ahmed (PhD) sworn in as the Prime Minister of Ethiopia a year ago, the country was almost at the verge of collapse. Most of the people were lost their hope following the anti-government demonstrations and the brutal responses of the regime under the state of emergencies.