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Amnesty finds many Oromos are being harassed, arrested and killed

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October 29, 2014

A study by the rights group, Amnesty International, conducted since 2011 has found that at least 5000 Oromo people are in prison in Ethiopia.

Claire Beston, the investigator and Amnesty International’s Ethiopia researcher said to ESAT that the number could even be more than this had the Ethiopian government allowed i...

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Increasing military presence in Gambella

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October 28, 2014

 Following the violent clashes between Mezhenger and government forces near the Southern and Gambella borders, which claimed the lives of local militia and at least 50 members of the Federal police members in the past few weeks, a large presence of the Ethiopian Defense Forces is now being observed.

ESAT’s reporter said t...

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Special Interview with Benyam Bekele about Sept,10, 2014 Killings in Mezenger Zone in Gambella

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Journalist Sisay Agena (ESAT) Special Interview with Benyam Bekele about September 10, 2014 Killings in Mezenger Zone in Gambella

 
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Sisay Agena: Esteemed listeners and readers, we present an interview with Ato Benyam Bekele, who was a member of the Federation Council representing the Mezenger people and a member of the Cabinet of the Gambella...

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Defense, Security and Immigration snatched their financial files from GA

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October 22, 2014

Defense, Security and Immigration were the departments of the Ethiopian government that had their finances audited and later had snatched their files from the General Auditor, parliament heard.

The report prepared by the General Auditor detailing government departments that had illegally wasted the country’s wealth in the p...

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Addis Abeba’s power outages won’t be solved soon: Experts

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October 25, 2014

 

The power outages and shortage in Addis Abeba is making the lives of many people difficult that many people are being forced to dump the dough they have prepared for bakery due to sudden power disruptions. The staff and vehicles of the Ethiopian Electric Power Corporation often get attacked by angry citizens, experts...

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Ethiopian Federal police says it has charged suspected rebels, opposition under 36 files

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October 22, 2014

The Ethiopian Federal Police Commission has said that it has charged suspected members of the Oromo Liberation Front (OLF), Ginbot 7 Movement for Freedom, Justice and Democracy, Ogaden National Liberation Front (ONLF), Gambela People’s Liberation Movement (GPLM), Benishangul People’s Liberation Movement (BPLM) a...

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INSA asked to take measures against ESAT, other media

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October 20, 2014

An edited discussion document prepared by the Federal Affairs Ministry of Ethiopia and tabled for the discussion of the members of the ruling EPRDF has been seen by ESAT. The document seeks the government’s technology spy agency, Information Network Security Agency (INSA) to take measures against ESAT Television and Radio,...

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Over 80 die, 500 disappear due to Awash River flooding, residents tell IRC

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October 18, 2014

The overflowing of Ethiopia’s Awash River has so far killed at least 87 people and led to the disappearance of 500 people whose whereabouts is not known yet, residents told the International Red Cross (IRC).

The sources of the Awash River come from the central Ethiopian highlands, West of Addis Ababa, and flows...

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Ethiopians in Norway protest against FM Tedros Adhanom

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October 16, 2014

The protest organised last week by Ethiopians in Norway against Dr. Tedros Adhanom, Ethiopia’s Minister for Foreign Affairs, who is in Norway attending a Congress on investing in Ethiopia, has attracted the attention of the main Norwegian Television Station.

In the protest called by the Democratic Change in Ethiopia Support...

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Scores die in Southern Ethiopia due to a conflict between Mezhenger and ‘highlanders’

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October 10, 2014

Although the Ethiopian Defense struggled to quell the conflict between the Mezhenger communities and the commonly known “highlanders” that has killed so many people in Southern Ethiopia last month, the conflict has now spread to the Gurafarda Woreda area where at least 20 people have so far been killed and many have fled th...

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Pro and anti government protests held outside State Dept.

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October 8, 2014

After an Ethiopian government diplomat in the U.S., Solomon Tadesse Gebreselassie, who shot at Ethiopian protesters outside the Ethiopian Embassy in Washington DC last week, had been expelled from the U.S. within 48 hours, pro Ethiopian government forces in the U.S. took to the U.S. State Department yesterday denouncing the...

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Gov’t will take appropriate measures against Eritrea, oppositions: President Mulatu

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October 6, 2014

During the opening session of the Ethiopian parliament and the House of Federation today in Addis Abeba, Ethiopian President Dr. Mulatu Teshome, has said that the “Ethiopian government will take an appropriate measure against any aggression from the Eritrean government like it did last year.”Ambassador-Mulatu1-300x164

Mulatu said that the government...

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