Ethiopia Update – 19 January 2022

Several ethnic Tigrayan nuns and religious sisters, who were detained by Ethiopian security forces since late last year, have been released. The seven sisters- Latemaryam Sibhat, Tiblets Teum, Abeba Tesfay, Zaid Moss, Abeba Hagos, and Abeba Fitwi, of the Congregation...

Ethiopia Update – 17 January 2022

Ethiopians, many of whom practice the Ethiopian Orthodox faith, were overjoyed to be able to celebrate the Orthodox Christmas celebrations, held over the weekend of 7 January 2022, in the holy city of Lalibela. The city, which had in the space of 5 weeks been...

Ethiopia Update – 10 December 2021

In a series of wins by the Ethiopian government, government troops have managed to recapture, in the last two weeks, cities that had fallen to the TPLF in attacks over the last month. This has happened since Prime Minister Ahmed Abiy made and announcement that he, an...

Ethiopia Update – 24 November 2021

Ethiopia’s Abiy Ahmed has said he will go to the front line to face the TPLF rebels, in an effort to end the civil unrest that has lasted more than a year. “Starting tomorrow, I will mobilise to the front to lead the defence forces. Those who want to be among the...

Ethiopia Update – 19 November 2021

Tigrays capital is suffering from food and fuel shortages, this as the Ethiopian government continues with its blockade of the region. Mekelle, a large town with a previously bustling commercial trade, now is almost a ghost town with a few cars on the streets in...

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