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የንፁሀንን ሞት ማስቀረት ያልቻለ መሪ ( Edmond Berhane)

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ተግባብተው መዋሸት ያቃታቸው መሪዎች 04-14-2021

How a massacre in Tigray was captured on video (CNN)

Footage obtained by CNN shows soldiers rounding up dozens of young men on a clifftop and checking if they're armed.

TMH news analysis on current issues regarding the ongoing war in Tigray

CNN interview with Joe Biden’s special messenger Chris Kuns to Ethiopia

Joe Biden’s special messenger Chris Kuns was present on CNN (CNN). Journalist Christian Ampur asked him a little confusing about the situation of Ethiopia :: The senator replied very calmly.
I have gone to Ethiopia as a special messenger of Joe Biden. I have sent a letter to Dr. Abiy. In the same way, a letter written by Prime Minister Dr. Abiy said: Continue… It is known that Dr. Abiy has released the longest war against Eritrea and he is also the winner of World Peace Nobel.
We have talked with prime minister Abiy for five hours.  I would like to say that Dr. Abiy gave me five hours because he is generous.
During our discussion, we have reached an agreement with three things and they promised to be implemented according to their words.
1th) Unlimited human rights aid should be allowed throughout Tigray :: It is going well.
2th) Human Rights Commission has presented to the parliament. This is a big change.
3th) The main and most important thing but the first Eritrean army has agreed to enter Ethiopia :: The senator has discussed with President Isayas. This is a big step.
The senator continues… There is a conflict with the great Ethiopian renaissance dam and Sudan :: We are following this too :: There are good improvements :: After they say In general, the things that still have shown great improvement. They have admired their speech by saying that there are still things we expect to see in action! (Source: VOS)

Situations Latest Reports EEPA HORN (Martin Plaut)

 

 

 

G7 on Tigray Conflict in Ethiopia (VOA News)

Ethiopian soldiers ride on a truck near the town of Adigrat, Tigray region, Ethiopia. (March 18, 2021)
Ethiopian soldiers ride on a truck near the town of Adigrat, Tigray region, Ethiopia. (March 18, 2021)

Brutal conflict in Tigray threatens breakup of Ethiopia (WSWS.ORG)

Bloody conflict in Tigray, one of Ethiopia’s semi-autonomous, ethnically defined provinces in the north of the country, is fuelling support for secession from Ethiopia’s federal state.

Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed launched what he called a “law-and-order” operation against the regional government of Tigray, run by the Tigray People’s Liberation Front (TPLF), last November, in response to what he claimed was an “attack” by Tigray’s ruling party on an army compound.

It followed moves by the federal government to bypass the regional government after Tigray rejected Abiy’s decision to postpone elections due to the pandemic and went ahead with its own elections in September.

Two million displaced in Ethiopia: Three questions on Tigray (CSMonitor.com)

A Tigrayan refugee who fled the conflict in Ethiopia’s Tigray region sits inside his shelter at Hamdeyat Transition Center near the Sudan-Ethiopia border, eastern Sudan, March 16, 2021.

TWO WAYS TO READ THE STORY

The military offensive in Ethiopia’s Tigray region has dragged on for nearly six agonizing months, forcing more than 2 million people out of their homes. Despite government attempts to keep journalists out, and information in, reports have emerged of mass atrocities by both Ethiopian and Tigrayan fighters.

BBC News: Ethiopia’s Tigray conflict: World powers condemn ‘human rights abuses’

Ethiopia’s Tigray conflict: World powers condemn ‘human rights abuses’

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The New York Times: Why Is Ethiopia at War With Itself?

What led Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed to conduct a military campaign in the Tigray region, and what are the potential consequences for Ethiopia and the Horn of Africa?

Flags representing the Tigray region of Ethiopia lining a wall in the Tigrayan city of Mekele. The region has experienced rising conflict with the federal government.
Credit…Eduardo Soteras/Agence France-Presse — Getty

 

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EthioForum latest news reports on current situation in Ethiopia

Menderna መንደርና news report on latest issues

ATV: ሰበር ዜና DW International 13 ሚያዝያ 2021 ዓ.ም

ባህርን ዕላማን ወራር ሰራዊት ኤርትራ04-12-2021

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ግጥም ብኣዜብ ምስግና ካብ አከባብራ በዓል ማርች 8 ዝተወሰደ እስራኤል ተለቭቭ

ግጥም ብኣዜብ ምስግና ካብ አከባብራ በዓል ማርች 8 ዝተወሰደ እስራኤል ተለቭቭ

 

ATV: እዋናዊ ዜናታት ብሓጺሩ – 12 ሚያዝያ 2021

ATV news updates on current situation in Tigray

Tigrayans and Eritrean Supporters Demonstrate in Israel Against the Genocidal War in Tigray

WOMEN’s ROLE IN THE FIGHT 04-11-2021 (Tigrai Media House)

ነገረ ቅዱሳን ካልኣይ ክፋል (አሰረ አበው Asere Abew)

Tigrai House Media news analyses on current situation regarding Tigray

EthioForum latest news updates concerning situation in Ethiopia

ገበናት ሰራዊት ኤርትራ ብምስክር ዓይኒ ኤርትራዊ 04-10-2021 (TMH)

ኢትዮጵያን ለመበተን የተዘጋጀው ማን ነው፤ ከእድገት ሞዴልነት ወደ እልቂት ማዕከልነት| Ethio Forum

TMH news updates on currents situation in Tigray

ATV revealing report

ATV: ክሓልፈኩም ዘይብሉ ፍሉይ መደብ – ውዲትን ክሕደትን ኢሳይያስን ኣቢይን ኣብ ሜዳ ትግራይ ብዝተቐደደ ማሕፉዳ ኣዘዝቲ ሰራዊት ኤርትራ ይቕላዕ !!

Tigrai Media House latest news reports on current situation

ዘሕጉስ ዜና ካብ መንግስቲ ኤሜሪካ ሰራዊት ኤርትራን ሓይልታት አምሓራን ብቕልጡፍ (Menderna መንደርና)

Situation Report EEPA HORN No. 123 – 09 April 2021 (martin Plaut)

AFRICAERITREAETHIOPIAHORN OF AFRICA

Situation Report EEPA HORN No. 123 – 09 April 2021

‘Leave no Tigrayan’: In Ethiopia, an ethnicity is erased (AP)

April 7, 2021

HAMDAYET, Sudan (AP) — The atrocities have been seared into the skin and the minds of Tigrayans, who take shelter by the thousands within sight of the homeland they fled in northern Ethiopia.

They arrive in heat that soars above 38 C (100 F), carrying the pain of gunshot wounds, injured vaginas, welts on beaten backs. Less visible are the horrors that jolt them awake at night: Memories of dozens of bodies strewn on riverbanks. Fighters raping a woman one by one for speaking her own language. A child, weakened by hunger, left behind

Ethiopia’s ‘Ministry of Peace’ hires lobbying firm as fighting rages in Tigray ( foreignLobby.com)

Ethiopia’s ‘Ministry of Peace’ hires lobbying firm as fighting rages in Tigray

Ethiopia’s recently formed Ministry of Peace has hired its first lobbying firm amid escalating US criticism of the country’s handling of the conflict in the northern Tigray region.

Peace Minister Muferiat Kamil signed a six-month, $45,000-a-month contract with global law firm Holland & Knight on March 12, according to a newly disclosed lobbying filing. The firm will provide “strategic counsel and federal government relations assistance” before Congress and the Joe Biden administration

Awlo Media latest report on current situation in Ethiopia

U.S. expresses concern over Tigray crisis to Ethiopian deputy PM: White House (Reuters)

The two “discussed critical steps to address the crisis, including expanded humanitarian access, cessation of hostilities, departure of foreign troops, and independent investigations into atrocities and human rights violations,” in their phone call on Wednesday, the White House said.

Ethnic rivalries over land, power and resources have ignited at several flashpoints before national elections scheduled for June in Ethiopia, Africa’s second most populous country.

Fighting in the northern Tigray region has killed thousands of people and forced hundreds of thousands from their homes amid shortages of food, water and medicine. Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed has said Eritrea agreed to withdraw troops it had sent into Ethiopian territory along their mutual border. Eritrea has denied its forces joined the conflict.

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EthioForum latest reports on the current political Ethio-Eritrean issues

How Far Will the Ethiopian-Eritrean Alliance Go? (Foreign Policy report)

How Far Will the Ethiopian-Eritrean Alliance Go? (FP)

Former foes have found a common enemy in the TPLF. Will it lead beyond battlefield cooperation?

How Did East Africa’s Sworn Enemies Become Allies?

In a conflict marked by obfuscation, the reported withdrawal of Eritrean troops from Ethiopia’s Tigray region has been met with skepticism by many diplomats and experts.

Ethiopia’s hidden war (International Bar Association)

Ethiopia’s hidden war (IBA)

The war in Ethiopia raged largely unnoticed for months due to an information blackout. As reports of atrocities emerge, Global Insight assesses the extent of the crisis.

Header pic: An Ethiopian boy, who fled the ongoing conflict in the Tigray region, stands in Hamdayet village, Kassala, Sudan, 15 December 2020. REUTERS/Mohamed Nureldin Abdallah

It has been several months since the war in Ethiopia began in Tigray in November with an attack by Tigrayan forces, which attracted swift and brutal attention from Ethiopia’s military. At the time, Ethiopia’s Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed claimed no civilians had been killed, which has since been proven to be extremely inaccurate.

Despite the continuing human catastrophe, little is being done to stem the deaths, massacres, hunger and depressing array of atrocities, including the use of rape as a weapon of war and the killing of boys and young men of military age.

Eritrean troops, Ethiopian troops and militias of various ethnic groups have been involved in the conflict: thousands have lost their lives, hundreds of thousands have been displaced and hunger has once again taken hold in Ethiopia.

‘This is genocide’: Tigrayan refugees tell of killings, rape and ethnic cleansing in Ethiopia (9news.com.au)

‘This is genocide’: Tigrayan refugees tell of killings, rape and ethnic cleansing in Ethiopia

Warning: This story contains graphic descriptions of violence and may disturb some readers.
The atrocities have been seared into the skin and minds of Tigrayans, who shelter by the thousands within sight of the homeland they fled in northern Ethiopia.

Ethiopia’s military crackdown in Tigray prompts accusations of ethnic cleansing (PBS Online)

Ethiopia’s military crackdown in Tigray prompts accusations of ethnic cleansing (PBS Online)

Allegations of ethnic cleansing that began last fall amid a military crackdown in northern Ethiopia’s Tigray region now threaten to engulf the surrounding areas and permanently tarnish the reputation of the country’s nobel prize-winning prime minister. Thousands are dead, tens of thousands have been displaced, and the Ethiopian government is on the defensive. Coletta Wanjohi reports.

UN News: Ethiopia: Amidst hostilities in Tigray, humanitarian situation remains ‘dire’ 

OCHA/Gabriela Vivacqua
Refugees fleeing violence in Tigray, Ethiopia.
7 April 2021

The humanitarian situation in Tigray, Ethiopia, remains “dire”, the Spokesperson for the UN Secretary-General said on Wednesday.

Tigrayan refugees describe massacres, say Ethiopia’s ‘aim is to erase Tigray’ (Morning Star)

Tigrayan refugees describe massacres, say Ethiopia’s ‘aim is to erase Tigray’

TIGRAYAN refugees in Sudan have accused Ethiopian authorities of genocide, saying in addition to mass killing and rape, there is a deliberate attempt to erase Tigrayan identity.

‘Leave no Tigrayan’: In Ethiopia, an ethnicity is erased (Miami Herald)

‘Leave no Tigrayan’: In Ethiopia, an ethnicity is erased (Miami Herald)

Lemlem Gebrehiwet, a 20-year-old Tigrayan refugee, holds her 3-day-old daughter, Semhal, in their shelter in Hamdayet, eastern Sudan, near the border with Ethiopia, on March 16, 2021. Other Tigrayans were turned away because of who they were. "They started distributing new ID cards in Bahkar but only for Amhara and Wolkait," said Gebrehiwet, who fled while heavily pregnant and gave birth three days after reaching Sudan. (AP Photo/Nariman El-Mofty)
Lemlem Gebrehiwet, a 20-year-old Tigrayan refugee, holds her 3-day-old daughter, Semhal, in their shelter in Hamdayet, eastern Sudan, near the border with Ethiopia, on March 16, 2021. Other Tigrayans were turned away because of who they were. “They started distributing new ID cards in Bahkar but only for Amhara and Wolkait,” said Gebrehiwet, who fled while heavily pregnant and gave birth three days after reaching Sudan. (AP Photo/Nariman El-Mofty)  AP

The atrocities have been seared into the skin and the minds of Tigrayans, who take shelter by the thousands within sight of the homeland they fled in northern Ethiopia.

ዶ/ር ሙሉ ለኢትዮ ፎረም “አልተሰናበትኩም” ሲሉ ተናገሩ፣ የኢትዮጵያ ምላሽ ለግብፅ፣ “በቀን ከ50-100 ሰው ይሞታል”፣ ለወር የተቋረጠው ኤሌክትሪክ| EF

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