The events that have damaged Eritrea, Ethiopia, Sudan, and Somalia for decades is still devastating the entire region. While some
On March 2, 2023, Gedab News reported that four people lost their lives when Ethiopia celebrated the 127th 1896 anniversary
In the previous two phases, we talked about things that must be done at the individual level. An individual must
[Editor’s note: This editorial was first published on Oct 22, 2003, and again in Oct 2, 2018. It’s being republished
The AU appointed observer team is expected to arrive in Mekele to monitor the situation in Tigray.. It comprises of
I hold that the problems of our region are mainly cultural, and it can only be ameliorated by fighting illiteracy
Ser’e is something forbidden by tradition be it mentioning or consuming. For instance, traditional women do not mention the name
Hopefully, the guns will stop. Hopefully those drunk with lust for blood will sober up. Hopefully, those who have nothing
As many arrows, loos’d several ways, Come to one mark, as many ways meet in one town, As many fresh
Can wars end? What are signs that wars will end? What was the result of past “wars to end wars”?
I have been reading some books and trying to see the difference between the traditional Tigray and Amhara perspectives of
Since Abiy Ahmed took office as Ethiopia’s prime minister in 2018, the region is entangled in a civil war. So
During the last three-Covid-years, the PFDJ was restlessly awaiting the end of the pandemic to relaunch its propaganda onslaught. Now
Last month the Ethiopian Federal Forces transported low-bed trucks loaded with tens of tanks heading towards the direction of Djibouti.
(Reading time: 5 minutes) Gedab News learned that, over the last two weeks, large contingents of [Eritrean and Tigrayan] forces
After operating at a minimum capacity for a while, awate.com is now back--after improving website security and renewed drive.
[This Pencil Editorial was first published on March 18, 2019. Today, three years later, we are republishing it hoping it
On Sunday, a two-day long pan-Ethiopian meeting concluded in Addis Ababa. The preparatory meeting elected a committee that will draw
The following was first published in May 26, 2008. It’s the first ever interview with the late PM Meles Zenawi of Ethiopia