Che -Guevara

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  1. Israel is bombing various sites across different cities in Iran.
  2. It's amazing if Somalis indeed reached Garba Isse (Garba-Ciise).
  3. Somali militias in western Sitti have thoroughly defeated a heavy attack by the Afar militias together with the Afar opposition group armed militias who came through Garbo Isse with an intent to take control of the rest of western Sitti all the way to Erer Gota. It is the first defeat the Afar groups have suffered at the hands of Somalis since their takeover of most of Garbo Isse in 2023. With the recapture of Daymeed, Dhuunyar and Gablalu, the Somalis now take control of half of Garbo Isse territories. The Afar militias still have control of Cadeyti, Cundhufo and half of Garbo Isse territories. Jamarti Yahye reports on the repulsing of the latest Affar attack on Somali territories in western Sitti. > Daljir Media
  4. Also of note, There's an intense fighting between Somalis and Afars in Sitti. Surprisingly, it is the Somalis that initiated the fight. Afars lost ground, but in some areas, Somalis were pushed back.
  5. No! Firstly, it indicates he is not winning the war against the Fano. Secondly, TPLF is not as strong as it once was politically or militarily. And mostly importantly, the Amhara State Government will be forced to choose between letting TPLF take over areas Amharas claim and controlled or fight back at the risk of wider conflict. Here's a bit from Amhara Government.
  6. The core fighting force is smaller, but like Amharas there are informal militias that are slightly better trained.
  7. Here's a good analysis on the Iranian attack. The goal was to demonstrate capability.
  8. Kenya may be forced to renegotiate its 25-year power purchase agreement (PPA) with Ethiopia if the deepening electricity crisis in the Horn of Africa nation gets out of control. The Energy and Petroleum Regulatory Authority (Epra) has expressed concern over the escalating energy crisis in Addis Ababa, saying it poses a power supply ‘risk’ to Nairobi and could call for renegotiation of the agreement signed in July 2022. “As of now they (Ethiopia) have not given any notification to Kenya or to us the regulator that they are not able to meet the demand because these are contractual obligations. However, in terms of the security of power supply, yes, it is a risk,” the Authority’s chief executive Daniel Kiptoo told The EastAfrican in a telephone interview on April 9. Read more The East African