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Abiy Ahmed often is covered by Center Media sources.
Left25%
Center62%
Right12%

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Who are the 100 most influential people of 2022? The war in Ukraine influenced Time Magazine's ranking

34% Center coverage: 3 sources
Ethiopia's new Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed was awarded the Peace Prize for his efforts to end his country's decades-long conflict with neighboring Eritrea. Abiy's peace treaty with Eritrean dictator Isaias Afwerki inspired hopes for a transformed region, but also planted the seeds for an Ethiopian civil war. The civil war, now in its 19th month, has become a byword for atrocities against Tigrayans.See the Story
War · Ethiopia

750 Killed In North Ethiopia In Second Half 2021: Rights Body

50% Center coverage: 4 sources
Ethiopian Human Rights Commission says at least 403 civilians died in air raids, drone strikes and heavy artillery fire since July last year. At least 346 civilians lost their lives in extra-judicial killings carried out by the warning parties, mainly Tigrayan rebels but also goverment forces and their allies.See the Story
Abiy Ahmed · Addis Ababa

Journalists, general, militiamen arrested in Ethiopia's Amhara

67% Right coverage: 3 sources
Brigadier General Tefera Mamo was due in court on Friday after being arrested this week. He was picked up after meeting a friend in Ethiopia's capital Addis Ababa and flown by helicopter back to Bahir Dar. His case comes during reports of arrests and a clash in Amhara, Ethiopia's second most populous region.See the Story
Abiy Ahmed · Ethiopia

Fighting Breaks Out in Ethiopia’s Amhara Despite 'Humanitarian Cease-fire'

100% Center coverage: 1 sources
Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed announced a humanitarian cease-fire five weeks ago. In the northern region of Amhara, fighting had subsided. But, last week, it erupted again. Most people who spoke to VOA said they want to see peace now.See the Story
Abiy Ahmed · South Africa

Wife says Ethiopian general arrested after criticising government

Coverage: 2 sources
Brigadier General Tefera Mamo was due in court on Friday, his wife said. He was picked up after meeting a friend in Ethiopia's capital Addis Ababa and flown by helicopter back to Bahir Dar, the capital of Amhara. Last Sunday, he gave a TV interview where he criticised Abiy's strategy against the Tigray People's Liberation Front (TPLF)See the Story
Abiy Ahmed · Amhara

Journalists, general, militiamen arrested in Ethiopia's Amhara

Coverage: 2 sources
Brigadier General Tefera Mamo commanded the Amhara region's forces until February when he was removed without explanation. He gave a TV interview in which he criticised Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed's strategy against the Tigray People's Liberation Front (TPLF) The police said they suspected him working to forcefully dismantle the constitutional order.See the Story
Abiy Ahmed · Addis Ababa

Ethiopian gov't action is pushing people to the brink of a popular uprising: Opposition

Ethiopian PM minister Abiy Ahmed crackdown on dissenting voices, in Addis Ababa and Amhara region, is triggering a reaction from the Opposition. Hibir Ethiopia Democratic Party condemned government action saying that it is impossible to control people or bring about peace and stability by the use of military force.See the Story
Abiy Ahmed · Ethiopia

Ethiopia : A $1 billion new palace a priority for Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed

Ethiopia is not in the best of shape in its finances, although the Ministry of Planning and Development is expecting a 6.6 percent economic growth. Yet, Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed has his own priority. A prestigious project of a $1 billion dollar new palace. The new luxurious palace will have three, not one, artificial lakes.See the Story
Abiy Ahmed · Ethiopia

The Economist stands by deported journalist, questions Ethiopia's press freedom laws

100% Center coverage: 1 sources
The Economist has reminded Ethiopia's Prime Minister, Abiy Ahmed, of his promise for a free press in the country. This was in response to the publication's correspondent in Addis Ababa, Tom Gardner, having his press credentials withdrawn and subsequent deportation within 48 hours. The Committee to Protect Journalists says Gardner's expulsion and the onslaught on local media showed the government was not interested in press freedom.See the Story

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