“From now on, we have decided to detach ourselves from the party in Addis Ababa and we have already established our own army command” – OLF army.
DAWIT ENDESHAW | THE REPORTER
The army of the Oromo Liberation Front (OLF) has officially separated from the party, OLF, which is based in Addis Ababa, The Reporter has learnt.
In an official statement released by OLF’s army a.k.a.
Waraana Bilisummaa Oromoo (WBO), the army said it no longer has any relationship with the party as well as the party’s leadership in Addis Ababa. Continue reading OLF Military and Political Wings Split
The Ethiopian National Defense Forces (ENDF) today (13) conducts air strikes in Western Oromia targeting military camps run by the Oromo Liberation Army following a string of bank robbery.
The Ethiopian National Defense Forces (ENDF) on Sunday morning (January 13) started an aerial operation targeting areas in western Oromia believed to be he held by ex-rebel group, Oromo Liberation Front, OLF. Continue reading Ethiopia Army Conducts Air Strikes Against OLF in Western Oromia
The German government expressed its willingness to finance the demobilization and reintegration of about 35,000 Ethiopian opposition rebel fighters who recently returned from Eritrea.
ENGIU WOLDIE | ESAT NEWS
Germany is to finance the demobilization and return to civilian lives of the about 35,000 soldiers of opposition political groups that have recently returned to Ethiopia from their base in Eritrea. Continue reading Germany Pledged to Support Demobilization of Ethiopian Rebel Fighters
A vital boost to Ethiopia’s security. Eritrea backed peace and reconciliation agreement have been signed today in Asmara between the Ethiopian government and the Oromo Liberation Front (OLF).
Eritrea brokered peace and reconciliation agreement signed in Asmara today between the government of Ethiopia and the Oromo Liberation Front (OLF).
The deal reached between President of the Oromia Region
Lemma Megersa and OLF Chairman Dawd Ibsa provides for termination of hostilities. Continue reading Ethiopia and Oromo Rebels Sign Eritrea Backed Peace Deal
“The decision will encourage the armed groups to use peaceful political discourse to achieve political ends” – Gov’t Official.
Ethiopia’s Cabinet has submitted a resolution to Parliament for ratification that will rescind the designation of OLF, ONLF and Ginbot 7 as terrorist groups.
Ethiopia’s cabinet has passed a resolution to remove three armed groups from a terror list as part of sweeping reforms under a new prime minister. The groups, operating mainly from neighboring Eritrea, had opposed the government that ruled Ethiopia for close to three decades. Continue reading Ethiopia: ONLF, OLF and Ginbot 7 Armed Groups Removed from Terror List
This was not the first time for the Ethiopian clown to make such claims
Ethiopia renews its bogus accusations that Egypt supported the Oromo people protests. If Ethiopia is that worried about the Oromo people, why not start with the obvious: End all emergency restrictions and address the Oromo people’s grievances.
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Ethiopian prime minister Hailemariam Desalegn said that there are Egyptian institutions harbouring, supporting, and funding “terrorist groups” in Ethiopia, during his interview on Al- Muqabla show aired on Al-Jazeera on Thursday.
The minister’s comments came in response to a question regarding his country’s claims that Egypt and Eritrea are supporting opposition groups in Ethiopia.
Desalegn explained that they repeatedly addressed the Egyptian authorities regarding those institutions, and called on them to take suitable procedures against them and investigate them, adding that Egyptian authorities have denied their relation with these institutions.
Continue reading Ethiopia’s Prime Minister Accuses Egyptian Institutions of Funding Opposition Groups