Bomb at Rally 'Proves Ethiopia Isn't Out of the Woods Yet'
Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed emerged from within the ruling party amid disarray. His message was markedly different. He spoke the language of the people and tapped into society's aspirations and fears. While it was expected that he'd be a safe pair of hands for ordinary people as well as the ruling elites, nobody expected him to be as direct and decisive as he has turned out to be in his reform efforts, Ethiopian scholar Mohammed Girma tells The Conversation Africa.
The Conversation Africa, 25 June 2018
At least two people died and 156 were wounded in a grenade attack at a political rally in Addis Ababa addressed by reformist Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed. Abiy was a… Read more »
Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed
Daily Maverick, 28 June 2018
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Reporter, 28 June 2018
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Addis Fortune, 24 June 2018
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Ethiopia: "Ethiopia Is Now At a Turning Point."
Addis Fortune, 23 June 2018
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East Africa: UAE's Stabilizing Role in the Horn
Ethiopian Herald, 26 June 2018
Following the unrest Ethiopia faced for the last three years has significantly dwarfed its economies and foreign currency. This has clearly led the country to socio-economic… Read more »
The number of officials detained in connection with a bomb attack at a rally in Addis Ababa has reached about 30, the Addis Standard reports, quoting state telev Read more »
The explosion struck a huge rally for reformist new prime minister Abiy Ahmed shortly after he spoke to the crowd that had turned out in numbers unseen in recent years in the East ... Read more »