Neglected Ethiopia Hamar people struggle against land development and modernity in 21st century tale of modern Africa
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News about the struggle for democracy in Ethiopia. Ethiopia is not a functioning democracy. Political violence and extreme poverty remain entrenched challenges. Also check out our section on World Democracy and our articles on Africa.
Opposition stages biggest demonstrations against dictatorship in recent memory as protests rock Ethiopia capital
Ethiopia and Egypt have mired Somalia in unnecessary invasions and conflicts orchestrated by outsiders making the country unable to utilize her resources
Thousands of marchers press for public government response to citizens in rare Ethiopia protests
People who were brutally slaughtered and their dwellings rendered ghost towns, sanely decided not to go back to those who displaced them to jeopardize Somaliland region
Ethiopia dictatorship keeps political repression as the norm with mild economic stability
Multiparty politics developed into destructive force in Somaliland. We are heading towards sham Somaliland democracy. Unless the National Election Commission is given an ultimatum to change the direction our democracy won’t be on the right track.
Story of journalist Eskinder Nega continues to ignite controversy and shows that for reporters Ethiopia remains dangerous place
Impoverished Ethiopia Leadership Vacuum Could Open Up a Clearer Path to Democracy in African Giant
Time For Change? Ally in War on Terror Despite Domestic Atrocities, Death of Dictator Shakes Ethiopia