Comment on Ethiopian forces vow to crush ‘the terrorist group’ in a new offensive by Newera

Comment on Ethiopian forces vow to crush ‘the terrorist group’ in a new offensive by ayalew_mognu

Is Ethiopia’s population just ONE PERSON, Abiy Ahmed? Why are Nationalist Ethiopians sitting on the sidelines watching TPLF wreak havoc? TPLF [Tigray Pirates’ Looting Fleet] has never had Tigray’s interest at heart... Read more »
Comment on Ethiopian forces vow to crush ‘the terrorist group’ in a new offensive by Newera

Comment on Ethiopian forces vow to crush ‘the terrorist group’ in a new offensive by Newera

Where are you Aba Mela? የመላው ባለቤት:: Source Join the Conversation on Facebook and Twitter You Might Be Interested In AddisNews is not responsible for the contents or reliability of any other... Read more »
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Comment on Ethiopian forces vow to crush ‘the terrorist group’ in a new offensive by Ittu Aba Farda

Comment on Ethiopian forces vow to crush ‘the terrorist group’ in a new offensive by Ittu Aba Farda

It was just reported both in domestic and foreign media that Debre and his ‘proletariats’ have forged an alliance with another outfit of bigots who are having fits to be liberators of... Read more »
Abduction of Ethiopian Students Fuels Anger at the Government

Abduction of Ethiopian Students Fuels Anger at the Government

ADDIS ABABA, Ethiopia — Ethiopians are taking to the streets and to social media to protest their government’s failure to find at least a dozen university students and five other people who... Read more »
Under Abiy, Ethiopia’s media have more freedom but challenges remain

Five arrested for attack on mosques in northern Ethiopia

Five people suspected of burning down four mosques in Ethiopia‘s Amhara region have been arrested, a regional spokesman said, as rising inter-communal and ethnic violence threatens political reforms initiated by Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed.... Read more »
Under Abiy, Ethiopia’s media have more freedom but challenges remain

Ethiopia’s 900-year-old Shonke village on a mountain

Shonke village is a 900-year-old settlement on the top of a mountain in Ethiopia’s Amhara region. Residents say they prefer their traditional stone-built homes to Ethiopia’s “shining cities”. About 20 generations have... Read more »
Under Abiy, Ethiopia’s media have more freedom but challenges remain

Uptick in church burnings raises alarm in Ethiopia

PRI- Churches belonging to the Ethiopian Orthodox Tewahedo Church (EOTC) are being burned to the ground throughout Ethiopia — one of the world’s most religious countries, where about 98% of Ethiopians claim a... Read more »
Under Abiy, Ethiopia’s media have more freedom but challenges remain

Ethiopia’s army chief, 3 other officials killed in renegade general’s coup attempt, government says

By Paul Schemm | Washington Post ADDIS ABABA, Ethiopia — A coup attempt by a renegade general in one of Ethiopia’s largest regional states resulted in the death of four officials, including the national... Read more »
Under Abiy, Ethiopia’s media have more freedom but challenges remain

Abiy Ahmed’s Reforms Have Unleashed Forces He Can No Longer Control

Ethiopia’s prime minister oversaw the chaotic release of thousands of prisoners, including many ethnonationalist militants. His amnesty may now be coming back to haunt him. BY NIZAR MANEK | JULY 4, 201 9 FP ADDIS... Read more »
Under Abiy, Ethiopia’s media have more freedom but challenges remain

Ethiopia airs voice of alleged coup leader killed in crackdown

ADDIS ABABA (Reuters) – Ethiopia has released a recording of the state militia commander it says led a failed coup attempt last week in which dozens of people, including five top officials,... Read more »