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Saudi Arabia, Kingdom of Shame !!! – by Tedla Asfaw

The largest crowd in recent years, New York City Ethiopian protest rally, estimated in few hundreds shouted in a mild Monday, Nov.18., ” Shame on King Abdullah, Shame on Saudi Arabia”, the cry on First Avenue in front of the Saudi Arabia Mission to UN at 809 Plaza echoed from 3pm to 5pm. In the […]

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The Tragic Saga of Ethiopian Victims in Arab Lands – By Neamin Zeleke

 By Neamin Zeleke In the past week, Ethiopians all over the world have watched the barbaric acts committed against our sisters and brothers in Saudi Arabia with deep sorrow and outrage. These inhuman acts are not committed by illegal bandits or criminals operating in the underground, they are committed in broad daylight by the Saudi […]

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TPLF the root cause of Poverty, Human Trafficking and National Indignity in the Horn of Africa.

By Orion Asmelash November 18, 2013 This is a Call to all Ethiopians and Eritreans to unite and work together against Ethiopian and African Enemy , the TPLF Junta  “We must learn to live together as brothers or perish together as fools” Martin Luther King Jr. For the past twenty years, the Horn of Africa […]

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“African Conflicts and the Change from the Inside: the case of Ethiopia” – by Aklog Birara, PhD

“African Conflicts and the Change from the Inside: the case of Ethiopia” Dynamics of Conflict, Promises of Renaissance An International Conference organized by Al-Jazeera Centre for Studies, Doha, Qatar November 1-3, 2013 Aklog Birara, PhD “Peace cannot be kept by force. It can only be achieved by understanding.”                                                 Albert Einstein                                                  Part I of […]

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Ethiopia: I Always Remember in November and in… by Professor Alemayehu G. Mariam

For Ethiopians, November is a month which shall live in infamy In November 2013, Ethiopians in Saudi Arabia are facing unspeakable horrors.  For the past few years, there has been systematic persecution of Ethiopians living, working and seeking refuge in Saudi Arabia. Even Ethiopians practicing their faith in the complete privacy of their homes have […]

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Wounded in Addis, finished off in Riyadh  – by Ephrem Madebo

by Ephrem Madebo, ebini23@yahoo.com From China to Ethiopia and from Belarus to Saudi Arabia, there is no shortage of repressive regimes in the world. In general, repressive societies are defined as exerting pervasive state control over daily life, banning free speech and political opposition, and practicing severe human rights violations. All of these attributes describe […]

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Demonstration Against the Violating Human Right in Saudi Arabia – in Seoul South Korea  (Video News)

Demonstration Against the Violating Human Right in Saudi Arabia – in Seoul South Korea

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Abdu Kiar Talks Angrily at Saudi Arabian Embassy DC Protest (Video)

WASHINGTON-DC Ethiopian Americans in front of Saudi Arabia embassy protesting against the Saudi crimes on the illegal Ethiopian migrant workers in the Kingdom. Abdu Kiar lived in Jeddah Saudi Arabia for six years and now angrily talk about the crimes done by the Saudi youths.

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Ethiopians Protest in Seattle WA (Video)

Ethiopians Protest in Seattle WA:-

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Nigeria 2 vs 0 Ethiopia

Nigeria edge Ethiopia to reach World Cup 16 November 2013, Nigeria sealed their qualification for the 2014 Fifa World Cup when they defeated Ethiopia 2-0 at the UJ Esuene Stadium in Calabar on Saturday afternoon. Victor Moses and Obinna Nsofor scored the goals to help the Super Eagles secure a 4-1 aggregate win after they […]

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Ethiopia v Nigeria Live.Streaming

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Ethiopia v Nigeria Live.Streaming

Victor Nsofor was substituted for Brown Ideye and he scored a brilliant free kick at the edge of 18yards at 1st minutes of is substitution Goal number 2 for Nigeria. Nigeria 1 – 0 Ethiopia The first half just ended. Victor Moses scored the penalty, putting Nigerians ahead of the Ethiopians. Gooooooal for Nigeria in […]

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Ethiopia now smug in Calabar

by Iwedi Ojinmah 15 November 2013, They are here flawlessly arriving at 2 pm CAT yesterday courtesy of arguably Africa’s best airline and seemingly they love it. Unlike the Kenyan and Malawian teams that remained virtually segregated before and after the 90 minutes on the green ironically at the same Channel View Hotel, these East Africans seem […]

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Big match feature: Nigeria v Ethiopia

by George Akpayen The African champions, Nigeria, look close to reaching a fifth Fifa World Cup finals after winning the first leg of this playoff against Ethiopia in Addis Ababa by 2-1 in spite of concerns over weather. Nigeria’s Super Eagles have created a soft-landing for themselves ahead of the second leg clash in Calabar this […]

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Ethiopia’s teacher confident of success

(African Football Media) Thursday 14 November 2013 One of the great stories of the last few years in African football has been the growth of Ethiopia‘s national team. Earlier this year, they qualified for the CAF Africa Cup of Nations for the first time in over three decades and they are one result from potentially qualifying […]

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Protest at Saudi Arabia Embassy Frankfurt Germany (Video)
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The Kingdom from hell and Ethiopians – By Yilma Bekele

Today it is said that there are over a quarter of a million Ethiopians in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. The vast majority are young economic refugees working as maids, chauffeurs, and house servants. Women outnumber men and judging by the conditions in Ethiopian it is safe to say most have less than eight grade […]

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Emotional Protest in Washington, DC: Tamagn Beyene Speech (Video)

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Emotional Protest in Washington, DC: Tamagn Beyene Speech (Video)
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Ethiopians Human Right Violation in Saudi Arabia Boost up!

By Seyoum Workneh The past few days immigrant Ethiopians residing in Saudi Arabia were inhumanily killed, tortured, humilated, murdered, massacarced, and raped by Saudi citizens and security forces publicly more than ever. Ethiopian mens were chased and stabbed, while womens were raped to death by 6 to 9 Saudi men infront of their family, friend, […]

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Adepoju wary of Ethiopia

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Adepoju wary of Ethiopia

by Humphrey Njoku 13 November 2013, 18:12  Former Nigerian attacking midfielder, Mutiu Adepoju has said it will not be a walk-over for the Super Eagles against the Walya Antelopes of Ethiopia in the final qualifying match of the 2014 Fifa World Cup on Saturday at the UJ Esuene Stadium, Calabar. Striker, Emmanuel Emenike struck twice in Addis […]

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23,000 Ethiopian workers have surrendered in Saudi: envoy

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23,000 Ethiopian workers have surrendered in Saudi: envoy

AFP – Some 23,000 Ethiopians have handed themselves in since Saudi authorities clamped down on illegal foreign workers 10 days ago, Addis Ababa’s country’s ambassador in Riyadh said in remarks published Wednesday. The crackdown was marred by clashes between police and Ethiopian migrants on Saturday that led to the deaths of three people in the poor […]

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OPEN LETTER TO: His Majesty King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz

4002 Blacksmith Drive Garland, TX 75044 November 12, 2013. OPEN LETTER TO: His Majesty King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz Bin Abdurhman bin Faisal bin Turki bin Abdullah bin Mohammad Ruler of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia Riyadh. FROM: Kidane Alemayehu Re: Saudi Arabia’s Abuse of Human Rights: Is This How Your Country Pays for Its Gratitude […]

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Jacke Gosee Hememen Bezema New Single Dedicated to Saudi Police Victims
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ENTC condemns the barbaric crimes by the Saudis!

Ethiopian National Transitional Council P.O.Box 9929 Alexandria, VA 22304 Tel: 1-206-203-3375 Tel: +44-7958-487-420 Email: contact@etntc.org Website: www.etntc.org   November 12, 2013 ENTC condemns the barbaric crimes by the Saudis! The Ethiopian National Transitional Council (ENTC) leadership and all its members are outraged by the current unspeakable crimes that are being committed on our Ethiopian brothers and sisters […]

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ESFNA Condemns the Brutal Treatment of Ethiopians in Saudi Arabia

November 12, 2013 The Ethiopian Sports Federation in North America (ESFNA) strongly condemns the killing and brutal treatment of Ethiopians by the Saudi Arabia authorities. In as much as the Saudi Arabian government has the right to regulate its immigration policies; it needs to do so in accordance with International Bill of Human Rights by […]

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Ethiopia: The “Liberty of Movement”  – by Prof. By Alemayehu G Mariam

“Government announces temporary ban on traveling abroad for work” In an effort to curb the rising tide of abuse and exploitation of Ethiopian migrants, [there will be]  atemporary freeze on citizens traveling abroad for employment. The temporary ban has been issued to prevent abuse and even killings of many Ethiopians who have travelled abroad for […]

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Nile talks end on sour note

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Nile talks end on sour note

KHARTOUM, Sudan — Disputes and disagreements erupted again between Egypt and Ethiopia concerning the Nile River dam construction, after both countries failed to reach an agreement governing the Ethiopian Renaissance Dam in their initial negotiating session. The attempt at dialogue quickly ended, while the crisis of trust between the two countries resurfaced as their fears […]

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Ethiopia: Absolute power corrupts absolutely

SET BY BERHANE ASSEBE ALEHUDRES I believe absolute power corrupts absolutely because of the examples in history and our modern world .this can be seen in communist countries, Africa states and South America .All communists countries have been affected by corruption in one way or another .Famous examples include china, Russia, North Korea and Cuba. […]

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We, Oromos should rule Ethiopia until we get tired of it. By: Mulata Gudata

 By: Mulata Gudata To begin with, I advise anyone who have not read my previous paper to do so at the link below before reading this one for this is a sequel to the previous. In life nothing comes to us unless we go for it. And the best way of going for anything and […]

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‘Monmuanaye’ The Song by Teddy Afro and Tamagne Beyene [Home Video]
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Book Review on Democracy and Development in Ethiopia – by Tilahun Afffesa

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Book Review on Democracy and Development in Ethiopia – by Tilahun Afffesa

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