Open letter to the Secretary General of the United Nations

Can the world prevent this obvious systematic, direct and indirect genocide against people of Tigray origin? Or will the UN just allow the war and genocide to go on? Can our conscience be closed while we watch passively this genocide consume people in Tigray?

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Abiy’s undignified coronation: lavish party accompanied by ignoble figures, images of famine and carnage

Think about where Abiy Ahmed was just two years ago and the pariah he is now, put his coronation in the context of the ugly and stubborn reality of ethnic cleansing, carnage, famine and genocide, and bring the state media EBC's messages and images on a day when it is supposed to be busy glorifying the king. It couldn't have been a more ignoble coronation, could it?

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Information as a Weapon of War

On this episode of Tghat Forum, Teklai Gebremichael was joined by Temesgen Kahsay to discuss in depth the issues raised by Temesgen’s recent essay, ‘Our suffering may not be convenient, but it is real’. Together the panelists explored the role of information as a weapon of war, and the danger of a single narrative.

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Killing for Pleasure II: Set of Photos Obtained from the Phone of an Ethiopian Soldier in Tigray (Warning: Extremely Graphic Images)

Graphic Images taken from another Ethiopian soldier stationed in Tigray before the retreat of ENDF in June.

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