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PM Abiy Reaches ‘Tentative Deal’ with Soldiers Demanding Pay Rise

Soldiers demand pay rise and reform in the military
A wake up call? Ethiopian State Television ETV reported that the hundreds of soldiers that marched to the State Palace to demand a pay rise and reform within the military have reached a tentative agreement with the Prime Minister.

BY TESFANEWS

Ethiopian State Television ETV reported that the hundreds of soldiers that marched to the State Palace in Addis Ababa today to demand a pay rise and reform within the military, have reached a tentative agreement with Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed. Continue reading PM Abiy Reaches ‘Tentative Deal’ with Soldiers Demanding Pay Rise

The Eritrean “Coup” That Never Was

We have unflinching commitment to the unity and soverignity of the country entrusted by our Martyrs

By Thomas C Mountain,

The New York Times and its cult followers in the American media, amongst others, manufactured an attempted “coup” that never happened in the small East African country of Eritrea.

The story of this “attempted coup” began last Monday morning, January 21 in a small garrison base south of here when three disgruntled officers told their command that they were being transferred to the capital Asmara to guard the Ministry of Information. Continue reading The Eritrean “Coup” That Never Was