ADDIS ABABA, Ethiopia — The Ethiopian government has declared a state of emergency effective immediately following a week of anti-government violence that resulted in deaths and property damage across the country, especially in the restive Oromia region.
In a televised address on Sunday morning, Ethiopia’s Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn said the state of emergency was declared because there has been “enormous” damage to property.
EPRP Press Release
The repressive regime in Addis Abeba has caused yet another mass killing at Lake Hora (Bishoftu) when it attacked peaceful protesters with tear gas, batons and bullets. The huge crowd was at the place to observe the traditional Irecha (end of winter) festivity observed by the Oromo people of Ethiopia
September 12, 2016
The Australian SBS radio Amharic service has over the years proved itself to be the voice of mass murderers from Ethiopia who have escaped justice and are living far from the reach of proper justice.
Using a fire that started at the notorious KILINTO prison (outside of Addis Abeba), it is reported that the guards opened fire on the prisoners and have killed close to a hundred of them including leaders of the Muslim community, journalists and dissidents. The victims have not yet been named.
By Obo Arada Aba Shawl alias Wolde Tewolde
September 3, 2016
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Last week, Secretary John KerryJohn KerryDonald Trump, here's the 'extreme vetting' that's already happeningConfessions of an Ohioan 'Trumpian' poll watcherObama shows what not to do on climate policyMORE met with the foreign ministers of East African nations in Kenya to discuss the fighting in South Sudan and the U.S.-backed African Union battle against al shabaab militant group in Somalia. But absent from Kerry’s agenda were the human rights abuses and repression that are still plaguing in Ethiopia