Ethiopian FM Run for his Life After Scuffle with Angry Protesters in South Africa

By Getahune Bekele, Ethiopian Foreign Minister, Tedros Adhanom’s 30 meters sprint to a waiting car after being separated from his body guards during scuffle with refugees must have been the most embarrassing moment of his life. He lost his wallet, a note book and his glasses while sprinting like a cheetah. The warlord was in South […]

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Ethiopia’s ‘Jihadi’ Film and its Boomerang Effects

“The film is designed to portray the Muslim community’s struggle for religious freedom as a terrorist ploy to ‘establish an Islamic state’.” By Awol K Allo, On February 5, 2013, Ethiopia’s only and publicly funded Television Station, ETV, aired a controversial documentary during prime time in violation of an outstanding court injunction. Oddly subtitled “Boko […]

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Muslim Protests in Ethiopia Reach Point of no Return (VIDEO)

With the spate of illnesses that afflicted the TPLF’s senior leadership and the resulting succession crises, uncertainty combined with the mounting protests, the question is no longer if we are in a post-Zenawi era but rather if we are on the very gates of a post-TPLF rule. By OPride, After eight months of staging sporadic protests […]

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