Eritrea’s Isaias Afewerki – the Thorn in the Horn

But there is no unanimity about what should be done. So, the US and EU must take the lead by joining hands to put a Draconian and punitive measures against the governments in Addis Ababa and Asmara thereby press for the complete withdrawal of Eritrean troops from Tigray. This should be an urgent task. Why? Because in the presence of Eritrean troops aid cannot reach for over 4.5 million people who need urgent humanitarian assistance. In the presence of Eritrean troops an independent investigation into the alleged crimes would be very difficult. In the presence of Eritrean troops the atrocities will continue and peace cannot be restored in Tigray, among others.

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Ethiopian Orthodox Church’s Betrayal and the Rebirth of the Tigray Orthodox Church
ኣባላት ማሕበረ-ካህናት ትግራይ ዘኦርቶዶክስ ምስረታ ማሕበሮም ኣብ ቲኤምኤች እንትየቕርቡ

Ethiopian Orthodox Church’s Betrayal and the Rebirth of the Tigray Orthodox Church

Ethiopian orthodox betrayal of Tigrayans by supporting the war on Tigray has inspired the desire to form an autocephalous Tigrayan church.

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A Tigray interim admin official paints a grim picture of Tigray through the lens of agriculture
Dr Abadi Girmay in an interview with Fana TV

A Tigray interim admin official paints a grim picture of Tigray through the lens of agriculture

Dr. Girmay said that as if what has happened to Tigray and Tigrayans is not enough, a time of great and unprecedented scale of death, suffering, and displacement is in the offing as Tigrayans are about to miss the next harvest due to farmers being displaced from their farms, having no seeds, having no oxen for ploughing and having no agricultural inputs and due to lack of peace and normalcy.

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Tigray Military Update: in just two weeks TDF claim to have killed and wounded more than 12,500 enemy combatants.
Tigray Defence Forces

Tigray Military Update: in just two weeks TDF claim to have killed and wounded more than 12,500 enemy combatants.

This report is based on reports of military battles and successes as reported by Dimtsi Weyane. The reports are for military battles between March 30, 2021 and April 12. According…

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Abiy Ahmed: the reformer that wasn’t

Alas! All these reforms were short-lived. Most of the released political prisoners are now imprisoned on bogus charges; hundreds of thousands of dissenters are incarcerated; many media organizations are forcibly closed. The internet and telephone services are used to suppress dissenting views, there is a war on all fronts in Ethiopia, and many regions are operating under a state of emergency.

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“How can I live here alone?”, the story of a young girl, Arsema, and her grandparents from Medebay Zana, Tigray
Arsema's grandparents from when they were younger. They were now 80 and 75

“How can I live here alone?”, the story of a young girl, Arsema, and her grandparents from Medebay Zana, Tigray

but when I got up again in the morning and check they were both there, lying. Then I called him 'papa' and tried to wake him up, but he was silent. Then I said 'papa!', who will I live with then? How can I live here alone? He was still silent. Then I said to myself 'they are dead'

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Tigray’s pre-war letters: On the Extraordinary Session of the House of Federation

The pervasive danger of lawlessness and degradation of constitutional order currently afflicting our nation can only be resolved via an inclusive dialogue involving all relevant stakeholders; trying to solve this problem through force and coercive pressures will only lead the country towards greater dangers

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