Ethiopia steadfast towards a responsible and diverse media
The media landscape in Ethiopia has changed dramatically in the past two decades. A country that had a few governmental media outlets has come to provide its population a diverse print and electronic outlets. The transformation of the media landscape began in 1991; months after the Ethiopian Peoples’ Revolutionary Democratic Front (EPRDF)
Meles Zenawi-Lifelong Fighter for Democracy and Justice!
Meles paid his life for democracy and justice. He set extraordinarily high goals in the struggle against poverty and backwardness. To implement his bigger dreams-to see a country where democratic rule, good governance and social justice prevails up on free will and full involvement of the peoples.
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Remembering Prime Minister Meles Zenawi and all our martyrs. Eternal glory to our martyrs
Snit Radio weekly program - Highlight, tension between Ethiopia and Eritrea.
No War, No Peace - A Panacea for a Rogue State
The thorny Eritrean issue refuses to die down and has precipitated schism among Ethiopians of all political persuasions with respect to its resolution. Some are calling for the Ethiopian government to take a direct military action to discard the troublesome regime and an equal proportion have opted for the preservation of the no war, no peace status quo.
Ethiopian and Sudanese military command to be operational in September
Ethiopian and Sudanese defense ministers agreed to establish a joint military force on Tuesday August 12, 2014. The geopolitical and military situation in the region might have forced the two countries to speed up the launching of the joint military force. Why is this so important? If and when Ethiopia decided to launch a military offensive against the one man dictatorship in Eritrea, it wants to make sure all connection to the regime in Eritrea is cut off.
Prime Minister Meles's vision guiding Ethiopia
Why Ethiopian oppositions use religion as cover
As we all know, these political forces that chose to do politics under the guise of religion have different calling names, while they fight behind racist and chauvinist banners. From CUD/’Qinijit’ to ‘Hibret’, from ‘VOA’ to ‘TV Africa’, ‘Deutsche Welle’ to ‘Bilal Radio’, from ‘Jihadawi Harakat’ to ‘Ginbot 7’. These extremists/fundamentalists have been trying to create rift between the Muslim community with Muslims and the government through their agents.
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