Ethiopia, A Failed State.

Published Sept. 12, 2023, 6:51 p.m. by Gizawu in World

In this segment, I present the argument that the current Ethiopian government has fallen short of its legitimate responsibilities and now exists in a quasi-state of being, as elaborated below.

The current government of Ethiopia is unable to perform the functions of the sovereign -nation-state in that it cannot project authority over its territory and peoples, and it cannot protect its national boundaries. The governing capacity of this state is weakened in that it is unable to fulfil the administrative and organizational tasks required to control people and resources and can provide only negligible public services in some big cities …

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Ethiopia's Alignment with Eastern Bloc: Geo-Politics, Alliances, and the Specter of Conflict

Published Aug. 25, 2023, 8:12 p.m. by FNN in World

The recent geopolitical shifts involving Ethiopia's alignment with an Eastern bloc, characterized by Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed's affinity towards non-Western nations, particularly Russia, and Eritrean President Isaias Afeqwork's vocal stance against Western powers, have sparked intrigue and speculation on the global stage. This emerging alliance raises important questions about global stability, regional dynamics, and the potential repercussions for marginalized nations, such as the Oromo people. Additionally, against this backdrop, Russia's ongoing conflict with Ukraine serves as a reminder of the complexities and potential pitfalls of such geopolitical realignments.

Ethiopia's Pivot: A New Geopolitical Landscape

The Ethiopian government's growing alignment with …

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Amhara Fano Terrorists Plan to Attack Civilians in Oromia in a Leaked Audio

Published Aug. 23, 2023, 10:02 p.m. by FNN in World


An audio recording has emerged, purportedly disclosing the intentions of Fano Amhara terrorists to carry out attacks on civilians within several areas of the Oromia region. The leaked audio, recently brought to public attention, captures a discussion among unidentified individual and one who called himself Zalalam and a member of the Fano group regarding their alleged plans to attack Oromo civilians and relocate the war in Amhara region to Oromia in response to the Ethiopian government's recent military operations in the Amhara region of Ethiopia.

The leaked audio suggests that the group's purported targets include North Shawa, East Shawa, and …

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Fano Amhara terrorists, backed by Ethiopian government, behead, burn alive, and displace Oromo civilians in ongoing campaign of terror

Published Dec. 25, 2022, 6:30 a.m. by FNN in World


Terror reigns in Oromia by the Ethiopian government backed Fano Amhara terrorists. The Fano Amhara terrorists have been carrying out brutal attacks against Oromo civilians in Ethiopia, according to eyewitness accounts and reports from the community and government officials. On December 23rd, the terrorists chopped the throat of an Oromo teenager, adding to the list of gruesome tactics such as beheadings, throat-cutting, and burning alive that have been used to terrorize and kill Oromo civilians. Earlier this month, two Oromos were decapitated and their heads were displayed on sticks and fences. In a particularly heinous attack, an eighth month pregnant …

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The US in bed with Abiy Ahmed who is accused of genocide in Oromia

Published Dec. 16, 2022, 5:34 p.m. by FNN in World

The US is fast in bed with Abiy Ahmed who along with Fano Amhara terrorists and Eritrean forces is still murdering Oromo and Tigrayan civilians. The invitation of the Ethiopian head of state to the US-Africa Leaders Summit was not transparent and misleading from the beginning. When an African journalist Simon Ateba of Today News Africa asked the US government about who was invited to attend the summit from Ethiopia, the US government responded it was the head of state and implied it was the current Ethiopian President Sahle-Work Zewude and that the Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed was not invited. …

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Ethiopian government's aerial attack kills hundreds of Oromo civilians

Published Oct. 27, 2022, 4:55 a.m. by FNN in World


The Ethiopian government intensified aerial attacks on civilians in Oromia killing hundreds beginning in mid-October 2022. On October 19th, the regime killed over 50 Oromo civilians in the Chobi district in the West Shawa zone of Oromia. This attack began earlier this month in the Meta Walqixxe district of West Shawa. Overall, the regime has conducted aerial attacks in Meta Walqixxe, Chobi, Nunu Qunba, and many other districts in Oromia. 
This aerial attack suggests the regime is losing on the ground to the offensive by the Oromo Liberation Army (OLA). The OLA had driven the regime forces from towns …

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The Oromo Liberation Front- Oromo Liberation Army congratulates the newly elected Kenyan president William Ruto

Published Aug. 16, 2022, 4:31 p.m. by FNN in World

The Oromo Liberation Army sent a congratulatory statement yesterday to the newly elected president of Kenya, William Ruto. The OLA emphasized the relationship between the Oromo people and Kenya and the significance of Kenya as a second home to the largest Oromo community outside of Oromia.

The OLA stated the interest to work with the newly elected president of Kenya in fostering the bodn between the Oromo people and Kenya and for peace and stability in the horn of Africa region.

President elect Ruto was a vice president under Uhuru Kenyatta who endorsed Raila Odinga in this campaign. The chief …

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