Solomon explains his take on online diaspora community and EPRDF, Kurat be Ethiopia Investment and the name calling campaign!
Note: Aigaforum is open to all sides. It has approached all sides involved in the Investment to use the platform!
'Daesh executes over a dozen Ethiopian Christians in Libya' This is not the first time Daesh committed such grisly crimes against Ethiopian Christians in Libya on similar grounds. Back in April, another video released by Daesh showed terrorists carrying out two separate executions of some 30 Ethiopians through shooting and beheading....[The picture looks similar to the one of last year but can any one of our resourceful readers check the veracity of this news! Presstv coverage implies it is another massacre!]
Ethiopians die in floods and landslides after heavy rain At least 50 people in Ethiopia have died in floods and landslides caused by heavy rain, a state-affiliated broadcaster has reported.The rainfall follows one of the worst droughts in more than 50 years, made worse by the El Nino phenomenon.
Ethiopia - Mercenaries sent by Eritrean Government Captured by National Security and Anti Terrorist Task Force The mercenaries and terrorist were captured near the Ethiopian border on the Kenyan Side. It is to be recalled the Eritrean government has been trying to infiltrate mercenaries through the northern border without success.[Kudos to the security officers for stopping the forthcoming terrorist act!! However we are still bewildered how long the Ethiopian government will play Shaibya's own game. Why not kick the ball to Shaibya's own backyard and play the game there?
Some Reflections Regarding the Eritrean Problem Tadele Abraham 05-10-16 - I was initiated to write this article after watching the start of preparations of the Eritrean government to celebrate the 25th Silver Jubilee anniversary of the Independence Day on Eri-TV.
Ethiopia's Boom Times Ethiopia has a new nickname: “The African Lion.” Like China (“The Asian Dragon”), Ethiopia’s economy is growing: 10 percent annually from 2003 to 2014. But the moniker also has less savory connotations. Ethiopia’s economic expansion is taking
Is the Era of Great Famines Over? ADDIS ABABA, Ethiopia — The worst drought in three decades has left almost 20 million Ethiopians — one-fifth of the population — desperately short of food. And yet the country’s mortality rate isn’t expected to increase: In other words, Ethiopians aren’t starving to death.
'Commission of Inquiry' Oversteps its Remit Eritrea has received credible information that the "Commission of Inquiry" (COI) intends to publicly release its forthcoming "report" in advance...From now on things will not go well with the government of Eritrea.
A Glimpse at Corruption in the Construction Sector Part IPart II Bereket Gebru