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A heavy fight between Ethiopian government troops and Patriotic Ginbot 7 forces broke out in the outskirts of Gonder. Abbay Media sources from the war zone confirmed that there have been very heavy fight going on between the two foes since yesterday. This is the first time that the Ethiopian army used its military Tanks and sophisticated machine guns against Patriotic Ginbot 7 forces.
Our sources who are participated in this fight told us that there are casualties from both sides. From Patriotic Ginbot 7 side, three of its division (Ganta) leaders have been killed and three other fighters surrendered on the battlefield. In the other hand, from the government side, more than Thirty government troops killed by patriotic forces. In addition, unknown numbers of government troops have surrendered to Patriotic Ginbot 7 forces.
During the fight, Patriotic Ginbot 7 Movement for Unity and Democracy ranking official, commander Mesafent Tegabu nicknamed Gebrye refused to surrender and killed himself on the battlefield. When he was asked to surrender, commander Tegabu claimed that he is the son of King Tewodros and he would rather kill himself instead of giving himself up to the fascist regime. After fierce fight with heavily armed with Tanks and machine guns government troops, commander Tegabu refused to give himself up and shot and killed himself.
According to sources from Addis Ababa a number of Egyptians
were arrested by Tigray Peoples Libration Front (TPLF) led-government security personnel. Ethiopian Weekly news paper, Capital on
Nov.7,2016 issue, confirmed as a number of Egyptians are under Ethiopian
security forces since October 31.
The well known hotel, Addis Ababa Radisson Blue Hotel
Executive Assistant Manager Taha Mansour was one of the arrested Egyptian
citizen on Monday, October 31,2016.Taha has been working at the Radisson Blu
since November 2012. That is after he moved from Radisson Blu Resort El Quseir,
in Egypt. On the same day another Egyptian from his office was captured.The
organisation name and individual´s name is not yet disclosed.
State television of Ethiopia made a number of documentary
films accusing Egypt for assistance Ethiopian opposition forces. While Egyptian
officials repeatedly denied for Ethiopian Government accuses. It is known that Ethiopia is under state of emergency to crash protesters against TPLF brutal government.According to
articles of state of emergency declared 6 weeks back, main highways from the capital take to
southern, northern, western and eastern part of the country are under the title of ´´red line´´ meaning no one is allowed to approach them with out
the information of the command post.
It is just hours passed since Prime minister Hailemariam Dessalegn introduced his new cabinet to parliament, two heavy bombs were blast in the second big city of Ethiopia, Bahirdar.
Ze-Habesha web-site quoting Muluqen Tesfaw, the writer of Amharic book called ´´YE TIFAT ZEMEN´´ (an investigative journalism work on Amhara massacre for the last 25 years), disclosed the bomb attack was done after the government has failed to release the residents of the city from prison.The residents were sent to prison due to their participation of the recent home strike which could cease all business activities of the city.
According to the news, the warning was sent to concerned government bodies from the young group, demanding to release the prisoners with out any condition in 5 consecutive days.
The two targeted places attacked by the bombs are: ´Kebele´ 03 residence place of high government officials and the municipal office of Bahrdar city. Even though attacked places were found in different part of the city, both bombs were blast at the same time. The number of casualties is not yet known. But the news confirm as Ambulances are still going and back from Hospitals and local health centres.