Yeshihareg Abebe

About Yeshihareg Abebe

Senior Correspondent at the Organization for World Peace and a Researcher. Yeshihareg Abebe is a graduate from Addis Ababa University, holding a Masters Degree in International Relations. She got her BA Degree from Dire Dawa University in Political Science and International Relations. Her work mainly focuses on international peace and security.

Why Al-Shabaab Continued To Attract Kenyan Fighters?

Despite numerous efforts of the Kenyan government and its allies, Al-Shabab continues to recruit Kenyans. On Wednesday, Kenyan National Police Service (NPS) identified three Kenyans who went to Somalia to join the terror group. According to the NPS statement, the three are already in Somalia training under Al-Shabaab. Without argument, […]

Civilian Death Toll From U.S. Airstrikes Hits Highest Level In Syria

U.S. airstrikes between May 23 and June 23 in Syria led to the highest civilian death toll for a single month since the country began its operation in September 2014. According to the London-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, U.S. airstrikes on two Syrian provinces killed 472 civilians last month, of […]

Civilian Death Toll In U.S.A. Airstrikes Hits Highest Level In Syria

The U.S. led coalition’s battle to defeat the Islamic State (IS) appears to be entering its final stages. However, it coming at the cost of civilian lives is a terrible fact Syrians and the rest of the world have to live with. The coalition’s intense bombardment of Syria has been […]

Yemen’s War: Iran Increased Its Technology Transfer

“Yemen is where the real proxy war is going on and winning the battle in Yemen will help define the balance of power in the Middle East.” Iran is increasing its military support for Houthi forces in Yemen through the transfer of new technology and advanced weaponry. According to Taimur […]

The Fall Of Aleppo: The Path To The End Of The Syrian Civil War

  Following the withdrawal of the last rebel fighters from the city, the Syrian army has announced that it has retaken complete control of Aleppo on December 22. After months of shelling and airstrikes by the Syrian army, an agreement, which was brokered by Russia, Turkey, and Iran routed the […]

Kenya Extended The Closure Of Dadaab Refugee Camp For Six Months

Kenya has announced that it has extended the closing date of Dadaab refugee camp for six months, sparing 200,000 refugees to stay in its territory. The country took the measure after requested by UNHCR to do so. Kenya’s Interior Cabinet Secretary Joseph Nkaissery, stated that the “volatile security situation in […]

Death Toll of Refugees in the Mediterranean Hits Highest Level Ever

2016 has become the deadliest year ever for refugees and migrants in the Mediterranean, reaching 3,740 so far. A latest drawing off Libyan coast has lifted the death toll, after the bodies of 90 refugees were recovered–many of them from African. Despite the fact that the number of refugees has […]

Is North Korea Preparing For A New Nuclear Test?

. New satellite images of North Korea’s activity at its nuclear sites have raised speculation over new nuclear test around its major national anniversaries in the coming days. The images show increased activities including large number of vehicles and people around three of the tunnel entrances at the nuclear test […]

Boko Haram’s Internal Rift: Possibilities Of New Developments In The Region

For quite some time, Abubakar Shekau’s policy of targeting mosques and markets, where Muslims were among the victims, had been the center of conflict, creating the faction in the group. He has been criticized for killing his own people and living in luxury while fighters and many others from his […]

Rising Tension in Ukraine over Russian Maneuvers

Russian military drills around its border with Ukraine have become frequent over the last 12 months. According to Corey Charlton, writer at The Sun, around 40, 000 Russian troops  are massing on the country’s border with Ukraine and the USA has suggested that Russia is preparing for new incursions – raising fears […]