Saudi-Deported Ethiopians ‘Caught Trying to Return’

Ethiopia’s much touted economic growth is yet to translate into any kind of better life for a majority of its 90 million people. According to Chris Horwood, of the Regional Mixed Migration Secretariat (RMMS), the main drivers of migration from Ethiopia are “endemic poverty caused by economic inequality, poor education and training options.” By World […]

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The Tragic Saga of Ethiopian Victims in Arab Lands

By Neamin Zeleke, In the past week, Ethiopians all over the world have watched the barbaric acts committed against our sisters and brothers in Saudi Arabia with deep sorrow and outrage. These inhuman acts are not committed by illegal bandits or criminals operating in the underground, they are committed in broad daylight by the Saudi […]

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The State of Eri-Ethio Relations in the Diaspora Today

By Amanuel Biedemariam, In February of 2009, Ethiopians joined fellow Eritreans to demonstrate against the illegal and unjust sanctions the US and TPLF authored and passed. That was the first time Ethiopians, adorned with Ethiopian flags, and joined Eritreans in action to support Eritreans in their cause for the first time. It was a historic […]

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