Ethiopian authorities since late June 2021 have arbitrarily detained, forcibly disappeared, and committed other abuses against ethnic Tigrayans in Ethiopia’s capital, Addis Ababa, Human Rights Watch said today. Sorgente: Ethiopia: Ethnic Tigrayans Forcibly Disappeared | Human Rights Watch
The United Nations is warning of a worsening humanitarian catastrophe in Ethiopia. UNICEF said Friday more than 100,000 children could face extreme starvation in the next year as a result of major fighting in the country’s northern Tigray region.
All warring parties in Tigray have been implicated in attacking, pillaging, and occupying of schools since the conflict started. Sorgente: Ethiopia: Tigray Schools Occupied, Looted | Human Rights Watch
Reports started emerging of protests against the government because of a plane to privatise land in order to extend the capital city of Addis Ababa into Oromia. The Oromo people say it will lead to farm evictions, and threaten their culture. Human Rights Watch reports that more than 400 people have been killed since protestsContinua a leggere “What is Happening in Ethiopia? “
Analysis – Ethiopia is the oldest independent country in Africa with centuries old history. Though it has gone through ups and downs for years due to various internal and external problems, it has managed to reclaim its rightful place in the African continent with the leadership of the ruling Ethiopian People’s Revol utionary Democratic FrontContinua a leggere “Africa: Ethiopia Marching to Be Third FDI Destination in Africa “