Such reoprt used to be common when ONLF was at its climax able to feed AI and other institutions all kind of make believe stories that never pan out when investigated! Now that ONLF is a spent force and nonexistent AI is using the OLF another dying organization. We can only guess why AI came up with such report! AI must be aware two key OLF leaders are about to make peace with themselves and join the peaceful struggle. Regardless the motive of AI, the Ethiopian government must take AI head on and ask the UN Human Right Organization to investigate the allegation(s). If the alleged victims are in Kenya and elsewhere in the region the UN should interview them. If AI is exploiting the civil disturbances that pops up now and then inside Ethiopia then shame on them! Ethiopia is going through a democratic transition and the process has many ups and downs. This should not be news to AI.
The Next Shirt You Buy May Say 'Made In Ethiopia.' Here's Why As labor costs in the "world's factory" continue to rise dramatically, global fashion brands are looking elsewhere to source apparel. In addition to established hubs like Bangladesh and Vietnam, the garment game is ripe for new players: Myanmar (Burma), Haiti and Ethiopia.
South Sudan president agrees to adoption of federal system October 26, 2014 (JUBA) – South Sudan’s president, Salva Kiir, has unconditionally accepted the adoption of a federal system of governance in the country, including all accompanying reforms, a high-level presidential source disclosed on Sunday.
Why It Is a MUST for Sudan to Join Entebbe Agreement
The Sudanese Minister of Water Resources and Electricity, Mutaz Mussa, said in a statement carried by local and regional media on 9 October 2014 that the Sudan would not sign Entebbe Agreement in its present form ...
Ethiopia’s GDP Reaches 1.5Tr Birr
Addis Ababa, 25 October 2014 (WIC) – The Ministry of Finance and Economic Development (MoFED) announced that Ethiopia’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP) has reached 1.5 trillion birr.
Tsenat Radio Interview with Amb Tekeda Alemu on the current UN Monitoring Report on Eritrea and the latest UNSC Decision.
Oct 24, 2014 - Amb Tekeda told Solomon Tekalgne the UNSC decision was 13 upholding with 2 abstain. Russia and Jordan were the two that abstain. Amb Tekeda also said in the end and probably sooner, Ginbot 7 and its members will be held accountable!