What Is News In Ethiopia?


Author: Roslyn
Published: 16 Aug 2022

The Tigray People's Liberation Front: A Human Rights Advocate for the Government

The conflict between the TPLF and pro-government forces has left seven million people in need of emergency assistance and two million displaced. Some human rights activists in Tigray are suggesting high-rise residential buildings have been bombed, but the military says it was targeting manufacturing and armament repair sites belonging to the Tigray People's Liberation Front. The pregnant mother is among eight people who have been wounded in the airstrike in Mekelle, the main city in Tigray in northern Ethiopia.

Molnupiravir: A New Military Warfare

The Tigray region of Ethiopia was declared a military offensive by the government in November 2020. The election of the new Prime Minister of Ethiopia, Abiy Ahmed, had caused tensions between the Tigray and Ethiopia federal governments to increase. The Tigrayan regional forces are fighting the federal Ethiopia forces, who have been accused of human rights violations.

The discovery of molnupiravir was made at the University of Atlanta. The drug was originally created to treat the flu. Errors in the genetic code of the virus prevent it from spreading.

An arrest warrant for retired army generals and military officers suspected of involvement in the war between TPLF-Central Government

Police issued an arrest warrant for the second time for some retired army generals and military officers, who were suspected of being involved in the war between TPLF and the central government.

The TPLF Conference 2019: A Brief Report on the Incompetence of Central Government in Ethiopia

The TPLF held a meeting in Tigray on July 9, 2019, in which they declared the current central government in Ethiopia to be incompetent and responsible for the country's current situation.

Tigray Forces: No More Negotiations

The Tigray forces' spokesman, Getachew Reda, told the AP on Wednesday that there will be no negotiations with Ethiopia until the war is over and the services are restored.

The Status Quo ante

The transition in Sudan is not easy. For the first time in the current century, the Sudanese and Ethiopia governments are at odds over the border lines. The 1972 notes commit parties to resolve the long-awaited boundary dispute.

The parties agreed to look into the problem of settlements and cultivation by nationals of the other nation in the territory of the other with a view to finding an agreeable solution. Finding an agreeable solution to the problem that resulted from cultivation and settlement is a precondition for the re-demarcation of the Gwynn Line. The US and Egypt have interests in the region that include Egypt.

The Oromia region: a road map to the end of independence

The roads into the region have been blocked by the authorities. Access to cash and communications have been severely limited, and the region's electricity and fuel supplies are rapidly diminishing. Over the past year, the Oromia region has seen a number of abuses by government security forces, including arbitrary arrest, extrajudicial and public executions, enforced disappearances, and harassment of people with perceived links to Oromo rebel groups.

TPLF: A New Ethiopian Federal System

Ethiopia has a federal system with 10 regional states and two city administrations which are mostly divided into groups based on ethnicities. Each has its own special forces, and local militia units that are often comprised of farmers. TPLF wants to restore prerevolutionary borders with transport links to be functional for the public.

Tigray: a blockaded region

Tigray region has been under blockade for almost a year and basic services are still cut off, according to Dr Tedros Adhanom.

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