TPLF and EPRDF at a Cross Road Again! When TPLF leaders split in the early 2000 many thought that would be the last schism the organization will face because the late PM Meles was able to garner enough support from remaining TPLF leaders as well as other EPRDF member organization! Also because, the playing field was ...For More and to Have Your Say!
Tigray Technique and Profession Education and Training /TVT / FOCUS on Private Colleges and Industrial Park Mekelle And Ba'eker /Humera /- press Conference Reportage - Nov 2017 Part1 Part2
Zete Aiga: Aigaforum Interview With Ethiopian and Eritreans 2017-11-08
Ethiopia At The World Travel Market-Nov 2017
Interview With Dr Negeri Lencho -Minister of Communications
Tigrai Meles Academy Recognition Certificate to all who donated books through Aigaforum
TPLF Politics: No Split but Change is Coming! Zeru Hagos Nov 17, 2017 -
For some reason TPLF is the most underestimated organization in Ethiopia. To their dismay and peril many of its opponents became decimated both in the political and military arena simply because they underestimated the organization’s ability to survive. Amb Berhane did not walk out and Azeb Mesfin simply walked out of a single meeting!
His Highness King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud
His Highness Mohamed Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman Friends of The Sheik
Washington Metropolitan Area DC, Maryland, and Virginia, DMV USA
Nov 17, 2017 -
Your Royal Highnesses,
We are respectfully writing to you about the recent situation concerning Sheikh Mohammed Al-Amoudi in Saudi Arabia. As you know, Sheikh Al-Amoudi, through his mother, shares with us the rich heritage of Ethiopia. We would like to express to you and your government the high esteem in which we hold our brother, the Sheikh/
Zimbabwe army has Mugabe, wife in custody, controls capital HARARE, Zimbabwe (AP) — Zimbabwe's army said Wednesday it has President Robert Mugabe and his wife in custody and was securing government offices and patrolling the capital's streets following a night of unrest that included a military takeover of the state broadcaster. Could this move affect Col Mengistu who has been hiding in Harare away from Ethiopia where he is accused and convicted of genocide?
Ethiopian Airlines, Boeing Announce Order for Four 777 Freighters --Order boosts carrier's 777 Freighter fleet from six to ten
--Net orders for 777s this year reach 57; supports production transition to 777X
DUBAI, United Arab Emirates, Nov. 14, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Ethiopian Airlines and Boeing [NYSE: BA] announced an order for four Boeing 777 Freighters – the world's largest and longest-range twin-engine cargo jet – in a deal valued at more than $1.3 billion at list prices.
Today’s telephone press briefing with Acting Secretary of Donald Yamamoto on the upcoming US – African Union Dialog and Ministerial meeting.
Acting Secretary Yamamoto also talked about the challenges of extremists and the governance issue in Ethiopia
Ethiopia’s sturdy diplomatic relations Tesfaye Lemma 11-13-17 - If we go back to some three decades ago, the Ethiopian diplomatic situation was so deteriorated. The country was isolated from the rest of the world. Most countries in the Horn of Africa had also ill relations with Ethiopia
Eritrea's military received help from the United Arab Emirates the organization's investigators said.
Thirteen Eritrean air force and navy cadets received training at U.A.E. military colleges and seven at Emirati engineering institutions...
A United Nations report says Eritrea’s continued support for some anti-government elements continue to heighten security in the Horn of Africa region. The activities of the said groups are intended at destabilizing Ethiopia and Djibouti
The much anticipated TPLF Organizational Conference in Mekelle has reached a critical milestone. TPLF CC has agreed the organization needs reform badly and the changes must be fundamental. Our source told us, with the level of agreement reached, TPLF will come out stronger and ready to tackle the bad governance and the deeply entrenched issues within the federal system. Our source told us the remaining days will allow the full central committee to iron out the changes required within the organization. The same source told us the meeting was intense and at times scary. However in the end almost everyone agreed things have to change. The meeting is expected to last for few more days![Aigaforum Nov 10, 2017]
National Security Council moves to resolve conflicts, says Prime Minister Hailemariam Addis Ababa, November 9, 2017 (FBC) –Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn today briefed local journalists on current national issues.
In his briefing, the Premier discussed on the border conflicts between Oromia and Ethiopia Somali regional states, ongoing anti- corruption crackdown, devaluation of Ethiopia currency and other current issues.
Ethiopia set to approve delayed draft Diaspora Proclamation Addis Ababa, November 9, 2017 (FBC) – The delayed draft Diaspora Proclamation is expected to be approved soon, said the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
The proclamation is aimed at protecting the rights and promoting benefits as well as improving the economic and political participation of the Diaspora communities.
The open-border-policy that's shaping African travel While most regions endeavor to close their borders, Africa is striving to do the reverse by incessantly implementing an open-border-policy and enhancing collaboration. Towards the African Union (AU) Agenda 2063 policy document that outlines seamless borders, the launch of the African passport in July 2016 allowing holders to travel visa-free to all 53-member states...
EPRDF Sleeping While Innocent People are being Killed and Displaced! (Aigaforum) Nov 06, 2017 - Ethiopia is passing through tough times! Innocent people from north to south, west to east are being killed in broad day light! This has been going on for a while now and no sustainable action is being taken by the ruling party. Many people that Aigaforum talked to are asking for the country to be under...
A glimpse of current status in Eritrea Gemechu Tussa 11-08-17 -
Past twenty six years witnessed the suffering of the Eritrean people. This is the first time the people of Eritrea have been crying for help inquiring the international community to lend them a hand. However, the international community has ignored them.