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Tens of thousands of protesters call for a regime change in Ethiopia

Tens of thousands of protesters have flooded the streets of Gonder in the Amhara region of northern Ethiopia on Sunday demanding a change of government due to the unfair distribution of wealth in the country. 244 more words

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Anti-terror rhetoric will escalate brutal crackdown against Oromo protesters

Protesters have been labelled ‘terrorists’ by Ethiopian authorities in an attempt to violently suppress protests against potential land seizures, which have already resulted in 40 deaths, said Amnesty International. 256 more words

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Berhanu Nega went to Asmara via Egypt

Last January, Ginbot 7 merged with another Eritrea-based rebel group “Ethiopian People’s Patriotic Front (EPPF, a.k.a Arbegnoch Ginbar)” under the name “Patriotic Ginbot-7″ with Berhanu Nega and… 207 more words

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20 government soldiers killed in tepi

ESAT has received reports that a heavy fighting broke out between self-organized Tepi Youth freedom fighters and Ethiopian security forces on October 27-28, 2015 night. The incident occurred when the Ethiopian security forces started harassing women and elderly for supporting rebel groups operating in the area. 252 more words

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OLF and TPDM expected to join Patriotic Ginbot 7

Eritrean Press reported Tigray Peoples Democratic Movement (TPDM) and Oromo Liberation Front (OLF) lead by Brigadier General Kemal Gelchu expected to join Patriotic Ginbot 7 Movement for Unity and Democracy. 157 more words

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UNSC, ” Asmara Should Change Course or Face the Consequence”

UNSC, Asmara regime was asked to do was to cease activities that destabilize the region. The Eritrean regime continued, in fact extended, in recent years. The destabilizing supports were offered to new groups such as Ginbot 7 in late 2014. 1,033 more words

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Killings and Arrests in Response to Ethiopia’s Oromo Protests

State security forces in Ethiopia have used excessive and lethal force against largely peaceful protests that have swept through Oromia, the country’s largest region, since November 2015. 1,160 more words

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