Chairman Yelekal and Fana Radio.

Independent Media Decimated in Ethiopia Human Rights Watch.

ESAT Interview with

President Isaias of Eritrea


USPolicy: Ethiopia a Failed State


Not a safe planet to be an Ethiopian

The terrorist group ISIL murdered twenty eight Ethiopians in cold blood in the deserts of Libya. In Durban South Africa two Ethiopian brothers aged twenty two and twenty four were locked inside their ‘container shop’ and set on fire. In Beirut Lebanon a young girl...

Ethiopia, Kenya and the leadership vacuum

Ethiopia, Kenya and the leadership vacuum. By Yilma Bekele Somalia would take a long time to recover and start acting like a Nation. Kenya the sane among the group has entered the warring Nations club. South Sudan has become a playground for all its neighbors plus the...

Yemen in our prayers.

Poor Yemen is fast becoming the new playground of every wanabe strong Arab regime in the Middle East. Yemen is a safe location where they could test their acquired toys and pretend to act like a real army fighting real battles. Yemen never have it good. It was not...

Save me from the kindness of my friends.

Save me from the kindness of my friends. By Yilma Bekele We all have a few issues. Some are real while a few are due to ignorance but somewhere in between there are some topics raised by some folks that stops you on your track. All one can do is stand back, raise an...

Ethiopia - Political and civic leaders in prison.

Eskinder Nega

Eskinder Nega

Eskinder Nega (born c. 1968[1]) is an Ethiopian journalist and blogger who has been jailed seven times by the government of Meles Zenawi, including convictions for treason and terrorism.[2] He received the PEN/Barbara Goldsmith Freedom to Write Award in May 2012,[2] and Amnesty International designated him a prisoner of conscience.[1]

Reyot Alemu

“Courageous” is the word that keeps cropping up in descriptions of Reyot Alemu, the Ethiopian journalist whose reporting and columns, mainly on political and economic issues, landed her a five-year prison term for “promoting terrorism”, and who was recently awarded the 2013 UNESCO-Guillermo Cano World Press Freedom Prize for her contributions to press freedom.

Andualem Arage

Andualem Arage is a Head of Public Relations Committee, at the rank of Vice Chair for Unity for Democracy and Justice (UDJ).

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