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AS: COMMENTARY – WHAT WAS TROUBLING KONSO? How Konso people’s demand for constitutional self-determination was met with state violence

COMMENTARY – WHAT WAS TROUBLING KONSO?

How Konso people’s demand for constitutional self-determination was met with state violence   

 Abate Seyoum, from Konso, Addis Standard, 25 April, 2016… 1,917 more words

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The new turning point in Oromo social and political trends:#OromoProtests: The Greatest United Action by Oromos Since the 16th-Century

In his recent article, the veteran Oromo political leader Ob. Ibsaa Guutama wrote, the “Oromo rage, that was suppressed for ages, started to erupt with thunderous sound from November 2015. 126 more words

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AS: FROM SURVIVANCE ALL THE WAY TO RECONSTRUCTION: THE OROMO PURSUIT OF EQUALIBERTY. #OromoProtests

FROM SURVIVANCE ALL THE WAY TO RECONSTRUCTION: THE OROMO PURSUIT OF EQUALIBERTY

 By Tsegaye R Ararssa,   ADDISSTANDARD,   20 APRIL  2016

  1. Introduction

A lot is happening in our part of the world. 4,688 more words

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HORN OF AFRICA (ETHIOPIA): RESOLUTION OF THE FIRST CONGRESS OF PEOPLES ALLIANCE FOR FREEDOM AND DEMOCRACY (PAFD)

Peoples Alliance for Freedom and Democracy (PAFD) held its first successful general congress from March 21st to 25th 2016 in Eritrean capital, Asmara. The Congress has discussed the status of our collective struggle in particular, the current situation in Ethiopia, the Horn of Africa and the world in details. 1,553 more words

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Martial law in Oromia: The state is now under 8 military divisions controlled by Fascist TPLF warlords from Tigray.

“It is because of the absence of self-rule that you see millions of farmers evicted and their land given to ruling party officials or foreign companies.

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International Business Times: Oromia:#OromoProtests: Oromo protesters: 'We are still on the streets because we want self-rule'

Oromo protesters: ‘We are still on the streets because we want self-rule’

By Ludovica Iaccino,   March 10, 2016

Students believed to have been injured during protests at Wallaga University Oromo activists … 633 more words

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