Mekelle speaks truth to messengers of false peace
Mekelle Martyrs monument

Mekelle speaks truth to messengers of false peace

Not only did Tigrayan religious leaders decline the invitation to meet with the delegation from Addis Ababa, the people of Mekelle registered their protest through various acts of civic disobedience, including blocking roads, and staying at home.

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Norwegian professor’s life threatened by Ethiopians
Professor Kjetil Tronvoll is professor of peace and conflict studies at Bjørknes College in Oslo and has researched Ethiopia and Eritrea since the early 1990s. In recent months, he has been hotly and publicly criticized by representatives of Ethiopian authorities and his life was threatened by Ethiopians in Norway and other countries. Photo: Berit Roald / NTB

Norwegian professor’s life threatened by Ethiopians

One of the world's leading experts on Ethiopia, Professor Kjetil Tronvoll, is being harassed by Ethiopian authorities and his life threatened by Ethiopians in exile.

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A graphic footage of the Debre Abay massacre: What do we know about it?

About 24 violently killed bodies in groups can be seen in the footage. The killed bodies are all men, and almost all of them look young men. In the footage is one wounded young man who appear to have managed to stay alive by pretending dead.

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On the war on Tigray, France is divided between business and defence of human rights

Looting, possible war crimes, destruction of property and historical sites: testimonies from Tigray, a province at war since 4 November, are very worrying. Yet France remains discreet,and hopes to preserve its chances in a promising market.

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Tigray heritage at risk due to the War on Tigray

With this historical reality in mind and in light of what we know of the current conflict in Tigray it is not difficult to determine that the War on Tigray poses a great risk to cultural and religious heritage be it from intentional destruction, as collateral damage, or organized looting. There have been reports and photographic evidence of intentional attacks against buildings (mosques and churches included) and monuments recognized as both local and international historical heritage sites.

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Mocking Tigray’s pain: Ethiopians embark on a celebratory trip to Eritrea-occupied Adwa to celebrate, ironically, Italian-Eritrea’s defeat in 1896.

The past two and half months have been the time of great horror, devastation, pain and suffering for Tigrayans. For their Amhara and Amharized 'compatriots', those days have been the…

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The war on Tigray: The support and involvement of the United States, Amhara, Eritrea, Sudan, Djibouti, Somalia and UAE

A clearer picture is coming out about the design and the involvement of different countries in the war on Tigray. The United States, Djibouti, Somalia, United Arab Emirates, Amhara, Eritrea…

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