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Monthly Archives: January 2013

Federalism or Internal Colonialism-the Ethiopian situation. By Yilma Bekele

Federalism or Internal Colonialism-the Ethiopian situation. By Yilma Bekele "The tragic reality of today is reflected in the true plight of our spiritual existence. We are...

Ethiopia drops ten places to 137th in Press Freedom

Ethiopia drops ten places to 137th in Press Freedom Ethiopia (137th) fell ten places because of its repressive application of the 2009 anti-terrorist law and...

Ethiopia leave South Africa with hope

Ethiopia leave South Africa with hope Ethiopia's trip to the Africa Cup of Nations in South Africa was their first in over 31 years. While they...

Beautiful black lions blazed out of Afcon 2013, Africans are mesmerized!

Beautiful black lions blazed out of Afcon 2013, Africans are mesmerized! The Horn Times Sport 29 January 2013 by Getahune Bekele, Rustenburg-South Africa ETHIOPIA 0 –...

Tigray People Democratic Movement fighters (video)

Tigray People Democratic Movement fighters

The Black Lions of Ethiopia: “You will never walk alone!”

The Black Lions of Ethiopia: “You will never walk alone!” The Horn Times Sport, 28 January 2013 by Getahune Bekele, Rustenburg-South Africa That is an endearing message...

Israel admits giving Ethiopian immigrants birth control injections

An Israeli government minister has admitted the practice of covertly injecting female Ethiopian immigrants with a birth control drug known as Depo-Provera.

Discussing Ethiopia’s Ethnic Nationalism and Ethnic Conflicts

Discussing Ethiopia’s Ethnic Nationalism and Ethnic Conflicts by Fekade Shewakena Over the last couple of weeks, particularly following news that the US Federal Bureau of Investigation...

Endemic corruption ending the EPRDF rule?

This piece is prompted by the recent development of crisis in Pakistan where “Pakistan's Supreme Court has ordered the arrest of the country's prime minister on corruption charges, heightening the already extreme political uncertainty and fears the country's fragile democracy could be derailed.”