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Ethiopia: OLF agrees to disarm and demobilize soldiers, again

by Engidu Woldie ESAT News (January 22, 2019) The Oromo Liberation Front (OLF) has agreed to disarm and demobilize its soldiers after mediation by Abba Gedas, who brought together leaders of the OLF and the Oromo Democratic Party (ODP), the party of the Prime Minister, for a day long reconciliation conference in Addis Ababa. Dawd Ibssa, the chairman of the ...

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    ESAT Addis Abeba Tigrigna News – Jan 22, 2019

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      ESAT Addis Abeba Amharic News – Jan 22, 2019

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        ESAT Oduu Afaan Oromoo Wiixata – Jan 22, 2019

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          Ethiopia refugee law faces backlash

          by Engidu Woldie ESAT News (January 21, 2019) Ethiopia’s new refugee law which grants more rights to refugees, such as work permits and access to education, faces opposition from the Anywaks of Gambella who said the law did not take the reality in the region into account. Gambella is host to most of the about 900,000 refugees the country is ...

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            Ethiopia: 14 years later, inquiry commission demands to present its report on post-election violence

              by Engidu Woldie ESAT News (January 21, 2019) Exiled leaders of an inquiry commission that was set up in 2006 to probe into post-election violence the previous year are urging the government to allow them present what they called “the true” report they had put together, saying the conclusions of the report presented to the Parliament in October 2006 ...

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              ESAT Addis Abeba Amharic News – Jan 21, 2019

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                ESAT ADDISS ABEBA TIGRIGNA NEWS JANUARY 21, 2019

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                  ESAT Oduu Afaan Oromoo Wiixata 21 2019

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                    Ethiopia says its forces killed 66 al-Shabaab fighters in retaliatory attack

                    Engidu Woldie ESAT News (January 20, 2019) The Ministry of Defense said Ethiopian troops had attacked al-Shabaab bases in Somalia and killed 66 militants a day after reports said the insurgent group claimed that it had killed several Ethiopian soldiers on Friday. The Ethiopian troops, who are in Somalia as part of the AMISOM mission, also destroyed 9 Land Cruisers ...

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