Public opinion about General Asaminew Tsige


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Ethiopian powers had been chasing down Asamnew since Saturday, when troopers faithful to him assaulted a gathering of the Amhara government, killing the territorial senator and his counselor. The local lawyer general, injured in that assault, kicked the bucket Monday, as indicated by neighborhood media reports. The assault Saturday was pursued hours after the fact by the death in the country's capital, Addis Ababa, of the head of Ethiopia's military and a resigned armed force general by a protector. The killings were broadly observed as an assault on reformist Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed, who has pushed through clearing changes since his race a year ago. Asamnew, the maverick general accused for the savagery, had been exonerated by Abiy in the wake of being imprisoned by the past government for supposedly plotting an overthrow. He had as of late utilized online networking presents on induce a disobedience in Amhara, as per reports in the Ethiopian media.

The Ethiopia Railways Company will begin regular test runs on the route connecting the country to its neighbour Djibouti. A total of 30 locomotives – fifteen each for passengers and freight will be used for the test. The Ethio-Djibouti railway line was launched in October last year as part of efforts to open up Ethiopia to business. The route comprises a 758-km stretch linking Addis Ababa and the Red Sea state of Djibouti. The Chinese-built project was aimed at creating new manufacturing industries, improving transport and further opening up landlocked Ethiopia. The two countries in December 2016 announced a joint company to manage the railway line. displayAdvert("mpu_3") The state-affiliated FANA broadcasting corporate reports that two Chinese firms have been contracted to oversee the railway line for the next six years as local employees are trained to takeover in due course. An official of the management company disclosed that the test runs will be conducted in two directions between the capital, Addis Ababa and the eastern city of Dire Dawa then from Dire Dawa to Djibouti. The passenger trains will conduct the test run at a speed of 60km/h which will be raised to 120km/h once it successfully completed the trial

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