It has been more than six months since the Ethiopian regime of Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed, the 2019 Nobel Peace Laureate, declared a full-scale war on the Tigray region, one…
Excerpt from the 17th April, 2021 Address by Debretsion Gebremichael, President of Tigray.
The people of Tigray are on the verge of extinction; only tangible action by the likes of your office, not just concerns, could stave off the looming danger. We, therefore, call upon you to employ everything at your disposal to obviate otherwise inevitable atrocities, massacres, and mass starvation.
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'
People with NCDs are dying at home due to lack of basic health services and medications such as insulin, antihypertensive, asthma and epilepsy treatment due to the ongoing fighting and insecurity in the region. The following actions must be urgently taken to put an end to this.
Editor’s note: The author of this article is a professional who had witnessed the war in Shire and previously sent us this account and photos and images which we published here.…
The War on Tigray has been characterized by the Ethiopian government’s deceitful attempts to control the narrative. Throughout the war, the government has co-opted the entire state apparatus and ramped up its attempt to impose hegemonic control on the narrative by launching campaigns of disinformation, intimidation, demonization and gaslighting.
A letter of concern on the crisis in Tigray and on the involvement of H. E. Cardinal Berhaneyesus Souraphiel (Head of the Ethiopian Catholic Church) Your Holiness Pope Francis, We…
In general, the Tigrayan people have been deprived of medical care, telephone, electricity, transport, internet, banking, and all basic services leading to famine, disease, death, and persecution. Our people are in grave danger.
Just like we stopped marking the Battle of Dogali and commemorating Ras Alula because Dogali is now part of Eritrea there might come a time when we will not celebrate the Battle of Adwa.