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Yilkal Getnet is an opposition figure (he led Semayawi party for years). In his social media update, he wrote ” Base on information from people who were looking for bodies of those killed and thrown in the forest, until 5 pm local time in Ethiopia twenty bodies have been counted.

They were killed with machete, arrows and knives. Some are burned to death. Three and four years old children are stabbed and in the clinic. May have fled their homes and took refugee in Urael church”

The figure is what is discovered so far but could be higher than what is indicated.

 

 

Ethiopian officials have restricted internet access in major cities across the country. Millions of Ethiopians living outside the capital Addis Ababa have not had access to the Internet for nearly a year, and the government explanation for the prolonged cut is still awaited. The situation has brought negative consequences on the economy. displayAdvert("mpu_3") “We lost our daily income. As you can see, there are no customers. When there was Internet connection, people came here and used the Internet, downloaded files, printed and copied documents. We stopped providing all these services,“cyber cafe owner, Kale Alemayehu said. Graphic designer, Moti Sasho added, “The 3G Internet no longer works because of political instability in the country. It does not work in the whole Oromia region. It works in Addis Ababa but not in Oromia, it’s related to unrest in our country.” In June last year, the government announced that it had deactivated these services in the country to avoid test leaks during exam periods. This is not the first time that people have faced these cuts. In 2016, the was interrupted after an English test was circulated online. The situation pushed the government to cancel the whole exams. The same year" />
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Radical ethno-nationalists agents of Oromo Liberation Front and TPLF henchmen are orchestrating the attack against innocent Ethiopians who have been living,as Ethiopians, in different regions of the country for many many decades. Now Ethiopians of Amhara origin are being attacked simply because their ethnic background.

It is not secret that the ruling Tigray People’s Liberation Front has territorial expansion agenda and has a plan to incorporate the region to Tigray should the resistance to their supremacy continues and leads to their downfall and the disintegration of Ethiopia.

The regime already signed military cooperation with omar hassan al-bashir’ government and they have formed joint border patrol forces soon after the popular protest in North West Ethiopia.

As far as Oromo Liberation Front is concerned, there are rumors that it is getting funds from Arab countries including Egypt. But this is not conclusively confirmed so far except that the TPLF regime itself was indicting Egypt for destabilizing Ethiopia through Oromo Liberation Front.

Whatever the case it, what is clear is that now ethnic violence is getting worse and the targets are mainly Ethiopians of Amhara origin – whom radical ethno-nationalist ideology paint as “enemy” and a champion of Ethiopia.

On the other hand, TPLF government affiliated media like, Fana Broadcasting, are painting the ethnic cleansing attacks on the Amhara in the region as “personal conflict.”

Similarly, Amhara Mass Media Agency, which is Amara regional state media, reported ,citing Benshangul regional state communication office, that three people were killed after a fight between individuals.

However, the number of deaths is confirmed to be more than 50 and more than 200 houses are burned.

Many in the opposition do not have doubts that the attack is orchestrated by the ruling Tigray People’s Liberation Front. There is precedent in the country where the ruling TPLF government instigated ethnic conflict against Amhara.

Less than a week ago , a violent attack was perpetrated on Amharas in Buno Bedelle Zone , Illubabor, in South Western Ethiopia.

Yilkal Getnet is an opposition figure (he led Semayawi party for years). In his social media update, he wrote ” Base on information from people who were looking for bodies of those killed and thrown in the forest, until 5 pm local time in Ethiopia twenty bodies have been counted.

They were killed with machete, arrows and knives. Some are burned to death. Three and four years old children are stabbed and in the clinic. May have fled their homes and took refugee in Urael church”

The figure is what is discovered so far but could be higher than what is indicated.

 

 

Ethiopian officials have restricted internet access in major cities across the country. Millions of Ethiopians living outside the capital Addis Ababa have not had access to the Internet for nearly a year, and the government explanation for the prolonged cut is still awaited. The situation has brought negative consequences on the economy. displayAdvert("mpu_3") “We lost our daily income. As you can see, there are no customers. When there was Internet connection, people came here and used the Internet, downloaded files, printed and copied documents. We stopped providing all these services,“cyber cafe owner, Kale Alemayehu said. Graphic designer, Moti Sasho added, “The 3G Internet no longer works because of political instability in the country. It does not work in the whole Oromia region. It works in Addis Ababa but not in Oromia, it’s related to unrest in our country.” In June last year, the government announced that it had deactivated these services in the country to avoid test leaks during exam periods. This is not the first time that people have faced these cuts. In 2016, the was interrupted after an English test was circulated online. The situation pushed the government to cancel the whole exams. The same year
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