Hundreds dead following Oromo Liberation Army and allied rebels’ attack.
Thousands have returned home, but many are still suffering, and so are their families.
The de facto criminalization of identity in the zone is a challenge to lasting peace.
To the dismay of some Oromo nationalists, Jawar appears to be placating the government.
Ethiopia’s prime minister is becoming a leader without a solid political home.
Civilians are caught in the crossfire of violence between rival political camps.
The continued downplaying of Oromo concerns will only breed more violence.
Six Tigrayan agriculture experts in Mekelle call for international pressure on the Ethiopian...
Zola Moges’ portrayal of Tigrayans as chronically rebellious, minority oppressors, and warmongers...