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Mohammed Al Amoudi Arrested in Saudi Corruption Investigation

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Mohammed Al Amoudi Arrested in Saudi Corruption Investigation

By Satenaw November 5, 2017, 07:01
http://www.aljazeera.com/news/2017/11/saudi-ministers-national-guard-economy-dismissed-171104190619900.html Saudi Arabia has dismissed a number of senior ministers and detained nearly a dozen princes in an investigation by a new anti-corruption committee, state media reported on Saturday. Prince Alwaleed bin Talal, a billionaire businessman who owns investment firm Kingdom Holding, was among those held, according to Reuters news agency, citing an unnamed senior official. The senior ministers who were sacked include Prince Mitaab bin Abdullah, the head of the National Guard, and Adel Faqih, the economy minister. Abdullah al-Sultan, the commander of the Saudi navy, was replaced by Fahad al-Ghafli. In a statement on the official Saudi news agency, SPA, King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud alluded to the “exploitation by some of the weak souls who have put their own interests above the public interest, in order to, illicitly, accrue money” for the creation of the anti-graft committee. Anti-corruption probe Saudi-owned Al Arabiya news channel reported that at least 11 princes, four current ministers and several former ministers had been detained in the anti-corruption probe. Saudi authorities have not confirmed the names of those detained. However, 14 former and current ministers, officials and businessmen were mentioned on social media as being among those held. One of those mentioned is Waleed Ibrahim, the chairman of the Middle East Broadcasting Center (MBC), under which Al Arabiya operates. According to Al Arabiya, the new committee, which is headed by Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, is looking into the 2009 floods that devastated parts of Jeddah, as well as the government’s response to the Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) virus outbreak. King Salman issued a statement saying that the committee shall “identify offences, crimes and persons and entities involved in cases of public corruption”. The committee has the power to issue arrest warrants, travel bans, disclose and freeze accounts and portfolios, track funds and assets, and “prevent their remittance or transfer by persons and entities, whatever they might be”, according to the statement. ‘Accelerated change’ The shake-up of the Saudi government comes just months after King Salman replaced his nephew Mohammed bin Nayef with his son Mohammed bin Salman as the kingdom’s crown prince. Mohammed bin Salman has been responsible for pushing through a number of changes both at home and abroad since he became first in line to the Saudi crown. Ian Black of the London School of Economics said the move fit a “pattern of accelerated change” since Mohammed bin Salman became the heir. “We’ve seen since June this year, very far-reaching changes,” he said, adding: “That was when Mohammed bin Salman, the son of King Salman, was appointed crown prince.
 
“Since Mohammed bin Salman became the crown prince in June, we’ve seen a lot of upheavals. We’ve seen the announcement of this very ambitious Saudi plan to transform the country the Saudi economy, Vision 2030.” The dismissal of Mitaab bin Abdullah as National Guard minister came shortly after a missile attack by Yemen’s Houthi rebels on Riyadh’s King Khaled International Airport. However, Black said the two were probably not related as the sacking came bundled with changes to other ministerial portfolios. In recent weeks, Saudi Arabia has announced an end to its long-standing ban on allowing women to drive, and Mohammed bin Salman has also promised to return the country to a “moderate” form of Islam. Since 2015 Saudi Arabia has been at war against Houthi rebels, who control much of northern Yemen on the kingdom’s southern border. What does this mean? Al Jazeera’s senior political analyst Marwan Bishara explains: “There have been signs over the last two and a half years that more of this is coming. [Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman] is raising the leverage of power in Saudi Arabia. He certainly has the blessings of his father King Salman and he’s determined to make all kinds of changes in Saudi Arabia itself and in Saudi foreign policy, which led to the war in Yemen and the Gulf crisis. But internally this is new. Not only do we have a new chapter opening up in Saudi Arabia, we have a whole new book, a whole new political alphabet with one exception: it’s still all done in secrecy. Why those 11 princes, why those four standing ministers? Is it really just to consolidate power or is there more to it? Why isn’t there more transparency and sharing of evidence about the setting up of the committee? We really are on the brink of dramatic changes. In 2015, Mohammed bin Salman became minister of defence. Just a few months ago, he became the head of all the internal security forces because they got rid of the Mohammed bin Nayef, then crown prince. Now he’s taken control of the third most important security apparatus within the country, so he has the defence, he is in control of interior and now he is in control of the guards. Clearly, he has the stage set. Clearly, all the heads of all the major media networks, newspapers, and commentators were all already groomed, set in motion in order to defend the crown prince and his policies. There are already new songs for the crown prince and his glory, so internally they are definitely setting the stage in terms of the three security apparatuses, the media and so on. President Trump has given his blessings and support to the crown prince with the hundreds of billions of dollars of promised contracts, so he’s certainly supporting his various ambitions in the region, most importantly that of the confrontation with Iran in the region. This is something that Trump really wants as well as apparently a promised rapprochement with Israel. In the tradition of Saudi Arabia, revolting against the Royals is not a good idea. It’s never been recommended. But does it all end with this or will it lead to more? I think it will lead to more, but will it then lead to discontent among Saudis. It just might.” SOURCE: AL JAZEERA NEWS

Congressman urges House to vote on Ethiopian resolution [by Engidu Woldie] November 2, 2017

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Congressman urges House to vote on Ethiopian resolution [by Engidu Woldie] November 2, 2017

ESAT News (November 1, 2017) Representative Mike Coffman of Colorado today urge the House of Representative to vote on H. Res. 128, a resolution supporting respect for human rights and encouraging inclusive governance in Ethiopia. The Representative from District 8 of Colorado who works closely with the Ethiopian community on promoting democracy and human rights in Ethiopia also expressed his disappointment that the House has not yet scheduled a vote on the Resolution. “I am disappointed that the house has not yet scheduled a floor vote on House Resolution 128. I note that on two prior occasions, a vote was tentatively scheduled. In both of these instances it’s my understanding the vote was postponed due to pressure from the Ethiopian government who curbs human rights abuses against their own people but fail to deliver,” the Congressman said speaking on the House floor this morning. He said the ongoing human rights crisis in Ethiopia is extremely troubling him, to the resolutions and other co-sponsors, to the many Americans of Ethiopian heritage and to numerous human rights groups. He encouraged the House leadership to schedule a vote and members to vote in favour of the Resolution. Representative Coffman said he believes the United States could take actions to influence changes in Ethiopia. “The resolution does not simply highlight the Ethiopia’s government increasing authoritarian acts but also encourages the united states to support efforts to improve democracy and governance in Ethiopia. I believe that the united states can take actions that will positively influence the Ethiopian government and use our existing institutions to further democracy and effective governance in Ethiopia,” Coffman said. Coffman said the Ethiopian regime, instead of making the required changes, has resorted to hiring a D.C lobby firm and engaged in public affairs works. He said he was aware that the Ethiopian regime has threatened to stop security cooperation with the U.S. should the House proceed with the Resolution. “I am dismayed rather than solving their problems and moving towards becoming a more democratic government, the Ethiopian government has chosen to hire a D.C. lobbying firm…..The issue the Ethiopian government needs to address is the repression of democracy and its citizens in Ethiopia. The solution to whatever negative perception it has in the halls of the U.S. Congress is not a public affair one but rather what concrete steps are taken — are being taken against democracy in Ethiopia.”

Agazi soldiers murder 10, hold Ambo hostage

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Agazi soldiers murder 10, hold Ambo hostage

  Reuters report:                                                                                                            Protesters had blocked the main road in Ambo, some 130 km west of the capital Addis Ababa, to demonstrate against sugar shortages, before police arrived to disperse the crowd. “They (police) then fired live rounds. We know of ... five people who died from gunshot wounds,” one of the protesters told Reuters. Another witness said he saw up to 10 wounded people taken to hospital. The regional government’s spokesman confirmed that deaths had occurred, but did not give details.  

Adama University students condemn TPLF attempts to incite ethnic conflict

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Adama University students condemn TPLF attempts to incite ethnic conflict

By Ethiomedia October 26, 2017 ADAMA, ETHIOPIA - Adama University students took to the streets October 25 and denounced the ruling TPLF regime trying to spark ethnic conflict between Oromo and Amhara, the two major pillars of the country. There are mounting evidences of TPLF attempts of infiltrating opposition rallies through its undercover agents who murder unsuspecting protesters and blame the deaths on one of the ethnic groups. So far, the Ethiopian people have foiled TPLF's attempts to turn the country into the likes of former Rwanda. Though the West sees TPLF as a key ally in the war on terror, TPLF remains the No.1 terrorist group to the Ethiopian people. The students, who transcended ethnic barriers set up by TPLF ethnic politics, have called for the removal of the regime.

The Dire Situation of Ethiopian Association in GTA part Two #Berhan TV

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The Dire Situation of Ethiopian Association in GTA part Two #Berhan TV


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Watch “Ethiopian Protest Toronto Canada Sep 18.2017

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Teddy Afro’s Case Questioned and Discussed at the UN in New York

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Teddy Afro’s Case Questioned and Discussed at the UN in New York

By De Birhaner UNITED NATIONS, September 7 – With the UN Security Council presidency for September being taken over by Ethiopia’s Tekeda Alemu, Inner City Press on September 1 asked Ambassador Alemu four questions, including on Burundi (on the Council’s agenda) and the Oromo Protests, a major human rights issue. Video here. Now with the Security Council in Addis Ababa, Inner City Press on September 7 asked UN Spokesman Stephane Dujarric about human rights issues there and what the UN is doing. From the UN transcript: Inner City Press: With the Security Council now in Addis Ababa, I wanted to ask you and maybe you’ll have some or you can get some… some later, what has… what has been the UN system’s involvement in both the Oromo protests and in the dispute, quite deadly dispute, between the Oromia region and the Somali region in the country?  There are allegations of human rights violations by something called the Liyu police.  Recently, the Government has banned the… an album launch or event by an artist, Teddy Afro.  There seems to be a number of the type of issues that the UN comments on in other countries.   And I wanted to know, beyond a comment, what the UN, with its presence there, actually does about any of these issues?  Read more from UN. Spokesman:  “First of all, the UN’s main presence in Ethiopia is as a region hub.  I mean, it’s the Economic Commission for Africa (ECA).  It is not meant as a headquarters for Ethiopia.  That being said, I will check with our colleagues if we have any guidance on the latest round of events in Ethiopia.” Oh. Back on September 1 when the UN Department of Public Information wrote up the press conference, it did not even MENTION Burundi, much less the Oromo protests. See UN document here. What is wrong with UN DPI, a corrupt UN Department which spends $200 million a year in public funds, but doe not even has any rules, content neutral or otherwise, on how it accredits and/or restricts the independent press which covers the UN? Where is the new head of DPI, Alison Smale? Inner City Press has been told she arrives on September 8. On September 7, her fill in allowed a heckler to shout down Inner City Press’ question about Haiti cholera at a DPI book event, here.  In response to Inner City Press asking why Burundi, where even the UN says there is a risk of genocide, is not on his September Program of Work nor on the agenda of the Council’s visit to Addis Ababa, Alemu on September 1 – not covered by the UN – said that you can’t compare Burundi to Central African Republic, that Burundi has “strong state institutions.” But it is that very “strength,” which some say the country shares with Ethiopia, and with until recently military-ruled Myanmar about which Inner City Press also asked, that has led to the human rights violations. In this context, Inner City Press asked Alemu about the Oromo protests – and crackdown – in his country. He diplomatically chided Inner City Press for not having asked in private, saying that social media has played a dangerous role. Meanwhile the UN brags about its (propaganda) social media work. We’ll have more on this. Alamy photos here. Earlier on September 1 in Alemu’s briefing to countries not on the Security Council, Bangladesh specifically asked that the Council remain seized of the situation in Myanmar. When Inner City Press asked Alemu about this, he said he still had to inform himself more about that situation. The Security Council is traveling to Addis from September 5 through 9, when alongside African Union consultations the Council’s member will meet for an hour with Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn, Alemu said. The Council will receive the “maiden briefings” late in the month of the new Under Secretaries General of OCHA and on Counter-Terrorism. There will be peacekeeping on September 20, during the High Level week of the UN General Assembly, and Yemen on September 26. But tellingly, there will not be Burundi. And when Alemu added Mali to a September 5 meeting, despite his answer to FUNCA, not all media were told. Watch this site.

Insight: Dr. Bill Marczak speaks on TPLF’s cyber security threats in Ethiopia

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Insight: Dr. Bill Marczak speaks on TPLF’s cyber security threats in Ethiopia

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