The social media is becoming a nuisance as far as Ethiopia is concerned. Instead of becoming an enlightenment tool it is becoming a tool for destruction and to air the worst side of people. Listen to this lady and judge if the extremists are winning or loosing!!
The agenda behind the curtain! Tesfaye Lemma 11-09-16 - It is evident that Ethiopians have constitutional rights to demand what they thought is better to them and have the rights to get fast and appropriate responses Peace is everything Dawit Miteku 11-09-16 - In his recent statement, the Command post secretariat and Minister of defense Ato Siraj Fegesa have confirmed that as a result of the... Organize and Standup Against Hate and Misinformation by EthioAdvocate.com, November 07, 2016 -
The last few months have been a very difficult and challenging time for the government and
peoples of Ethiopia. The Ethiopian people have very legitimate demands and grievances caused
by widespread corruption and lack of good governance.
Is Twitter Hurting Ethiopia? "...Social media soon pulsed with claims that a government helicopter circling overhead had fired into panicking crowds. A helicopter had indeed been there, but it was dropping leaflets wishing all a 'Happy Irreecha' ... Social media appears to be just as effective in spreading untruths and even ethnic barbs in Ethiopia. Many of these have an anti-Tigrayan slant"The remedy against such misinformation intended to incite violence is to get organized and fight back using the same media outlets and the law of the land where the perpetrators reside!".
Ethiopia's diplomatic travel ban ends as 'peace restored' Ethiopia has lifted a ban on diplomats travelling more than 40km (25 miles) from the capital Addis Ababa without permission, state media report.
The ban was imposed under last month's state of emergency and has been lifted because relative peace and security has been restored, Defence Minister Siraj Fegessa was quoted as saying.
A Call to The Tigrayan Diaspora N. Tedla 11-08-16 - The year 2016 was a year when most Ethiopians have expressed or failed to express their opinions about their identity and Ethiopian politics as a whole. It seemed that a few people in the diaspora who have an interest to take the political power in Ethiopia...
German prosecutors investigate Facebook over hate postings German prosecutors are investigating Mark Zuckerberg and other Facebook executives, a spokesman for the Munich prosecutor's office said on Friday, following a complaint alleging the company broke national laws against hate speech Unrest in Ethiopia hits tourism
This year, Ethiopia was set to surpass a million tourists for the first time (fewer than 200,000 people visited in 2004).But Ethiopia’s main tourist sites are well away from the regions seeing the worst disruption, with local operators stressing that the risk to tourists is low.“None of the tourist sites in Addis has been affected: our tours there are running normally,” “Our bookings for October were roughly the same as last year. Statement from TPLF Top Leadership: መግለፂ ቅዋም
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TPLF Mekelle 11-05-16 UN: Saudis, UAE Likely Violating Arms Embargo in Eritrea UNITED NATIONS —
United Nations sanctions monitors warned in an annual report released Friday that possible foreign support for a new military base and seaport in Eritrea and the presence of foreign weapons and equipment were likely in violation of an arms embargo.
On Collective Needs for Advancing and Leapfrogging Towards Extended Electric Power Generation Schemes ... Prof Woldemariam Wolde-Ghiorgis and Timnit Wolde-Ghiorgis, Co-Founders and Co-Directors, IDRI, Insight Development Research Institute, Ethiopia, November 01, 2016 -
The paper presents pressing thoughts and insights for discussion on a timely overview on collective needs for advancing of and leapfrogging towards extended electric power generation schemes to advance modern energy services and technologies for developments of the fast growing rural and urban communities in Ethiopia.