THE women are wailing and crying, the youth chanting. Thousands of angry Ethiopians filled the streets of Addis Ababa to vent their rage and grief over the gruesome killing of dozens of Ethiopian Christian asylum seekers in Libya by the savage Islamic extremist group ISIS.
OVER 500 Eritreans and their friends held a “Rally for Truth, Peace, Justice and Eritrea” demanding an end to the ongoing occupation of Eritrean territories; immediate full implementation of the 13-year old Eritrea Ethiopia Boundary Commission’s (EEBC) ruling, whose verdict was rendered on 13 April 2002; and the lifting of the illegal and unjust US-imposed UN sanctions on Eritrea. Continue reading Eritreans in the Bay Area Hold Rally for Truth, Peace and Justice→
AT LEAST three people were confirmed killed and seven others wounded on Friday (19) after police opened fire to disperse protesters who were heading into the city center to defend a sacred site against government-sponsored demolition.
THE fate of the Ethiopian Embassy gunman that was captured on video while dramatically brandishing a gun and shooting at peaceful and unarmed protesters has been decided today.
The U.S. State Department, therefore, ordered Solomon Tadesse Gebresslassie aka ‘Wedi Weyni‘, a member of the ruling Tigray People’s Liberation Front (TPLF), to pack his bags and leave the country in 48 hours.