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  • Rediscovering Somalia    By Julie Hollar After years of paying scant attention to Somalia, U.S. media suddenly rediscovered the war-torn African nation in 2006 when a coalition of Islamic courts and their affiliated militias imposed peace on feuding warlords and began enforcing religious law. A U.S.-backed Ethiopian invasion soon loomed, and the Bush administration made…

  • Press Statement By Ministry of Foreign Affairs Jun 11, 2008, 13:06 There is no one that has not observed and been surprised with the Djiboutian government’s totally unwarranted recent anti-Eritrea hostile campaigns. It has also been making continued futile attempts to drag the Government of Eritrea into its concocted animosity. As the Eritrean government has…

  •   An Unforgettable Crime Jun 11, 2008, 12:36 Yesterday marked the 10th of June; ten years ago on this day the TPLF regime issued an order prohibiting any Eritrean to enter Ethiopia through any means of transportation. Two days later on 12 June 1998, the regime officially declared that all Eritreans residing in Ethiopia as…

  • Genocide by Meles Zenawi and the role of US administration!   Amanuel Biedemariam <[email protected]> June 10, 2008    Often, when the question of genocide comes up, if it comes up; it is with in the context of a political sphere or dynamic, diluting its present damages and future ramifications! If history is to be taken…

  • Sudan Airways plane inferno kills 100 in Khartoum June 10, 2008 KHARTOUM (AFP) — Around 100 people burned to death when a Sudan Airways Airbus caught fire after landing at Khartoum airport Tuesday, officials and state television said. Airport authorities said an engine caught fire, spreading to the fuselage, whilst TV reports stated that the…

  • Eritrean rebels not welcome: Ottawa ‘Acts Of Terror’ Stewart Bell, Published: Monday, June 09, 2008 Sami Sallinen/ReutersA woman applaudes a truckload of Eritrean students leaving for military service from the Eritrean capital Asmara, May 19, 2000. The Eritrean Liberation Front was formed in Cairo, trained in Syria and had an office in Sudan but now…

  •   Canada bars Ethiopian governor Canwest News Service Published: Sunday, June 08, 2008 CALGARY — Ethiopian ex-pats hoping to ask tough questions of an Ethiopian governor left disappointed here yesterday afternoon after the official was a no-show, having been denied entry into the country a day earlier. Omot Obang Olom was set to appear at the…

  • US issues threat to Iraq’s $50bn foreign reserves in military deal By Patrick Cockburn Friday, 6 June 2008 The US is holding hostage some $50bn (£25bn) of Iraq’s money in the Federal Reserve Bank of New York to pressure the Iraqi government into signing an agreement seen by many Iraqis as prolonging the US occupation…

  • Clinton Suspends Presidential Bid, Pledges Full Support for Obama By VOA News 07 June 2008         Hillary Clinton has ended her political campaign and declared her full support for Barack Obama in this year’s U.S. presidential election. Speaking Saturday to thousands of her fervent supporters, Clinton called for an all-out effort by…

  •   Video: Jendayi in a Hot Seat, Exposed & Grilled by Eritreans and Ethiopians

  • Border Demarcation with Sudan Causes Anger in Ethiopia By Alisha Ryu Nairobi 05 June 2008   Residents and community leaders in western Ethiopia say thousands of people in several border regions have been displaced by Sudanese troops in recent weeks, following what they describe as a secret, illegal deal between the governments in Addis Ababa…

  • American Deserters, a Case of Canadian Conscience Wednesday 04 June 2008 by: Alec Castonguay, Le Devoir War resister Rich Droste, a 22-year-old sergeant from Detroit, Michigan, fled to Canada after being “stop-lossed” following the completion of his 4-year Army contract. He has applied for refugee status in Canada. (Photo: AFP / Getty Images)     More than…

  •     The Ogaden National Liberation Front (ONLF) caused a heavy damage to Woyane troops stationed in the Southern Regions, during May12 – May17. In the consecutive, the group coordinated attacks in Kebridhar, Nusradik, Absala, Abola and Dabo Alai. Over 57 Woyane troops were killed and 47 injured. ONLF also re-buffed Meles’ false claim in parliament, of…

  • Schoolgirl stabbed to death ‘was being stalked’ Times Online June 4, 2008   Arsema Dawit, 15, found dead in lift near Waterloo Station   Anil Dawar and Philippe Naughton A teenage girl murdered in a tower block in South London was being pestered and stalked by a man who became infatuated with her, it emerged…

  • Obama wins Democratic nomination Tue Jun 3, 2008 9:42pm EDT        WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Barack Obama captured the Democratic presidential nomination on Tuesday, capping a rapid rise from political obscurity to become the first black to lead a major U.S. party into a race for the White House. A surge of support from…

  • May 30, 2008 News: More Woyane soldiers flee to Eritrea. Eritrea’s Celebration – Carnival and Fireworks. Also, Woyane instigates fighting between Oromos and Benshangul people, and more Woyane atrocity news…

  • Ethiopian military base seized Sun, 01 Jun 2008 09:21:59 Press Tv     Al-Shaabab attacks on Ethiopian millitary base leave 13 dead. Al-Shabab forces have taken over an Ethiopian military base in an attack that killed eight Ethiopians and five insurgents in Somalia. Ethiopian soldiers surrendered their positions when al-Shabab attacked their Digfeer military building…

  • Audio:  Jendayi Frazer’s Lecture at University of Washington Audio Part I Audio Part II    

  • Video: UK Dispatches channel 4 – Somali Warlords Next Door 5 Parts VIDEO: Part 2 – 5 will follow next

  • Video: Ethiopian Review Publisher on ETN (why Ethiopians and Eritreans must work together against Woyane) Part 2 – Part 5 have questions related to Eritrea.   Part I  http://www.ethiopianreview.com/content/2604 Part II http://www.ethiopianreview.com/content/2611 Part III http://www.ethiopianreview.com/content/2613 Part IV http://www.ethiopianreview.com/content/2626 Part V http://www.ethiopianreview.com/content/2629  

  •     Oromo Liberation Front (OLF) Statement On The Wayane/TPLF Instigated Massacre of the Oromos in Western Oromia   Once again the TPLF/ EPRDF regime has deliberately organized and instigated armed attack on the Oromo. This time the regime organized, trained, armed and unleashed militia from Gumuz, a nation in a region neighboring Oromia from…

  • Ethiopia-Sudan-border-demarcation  Demarcation of Ethiopia-Sudan border “will not displace anybody” APA-Addis Ababa (Ethiopia) The demarcation of the Ethiopia-Sudan border will not displace anybody on either side, Ethiopian Prime Minister Meles Zewani told parliament on Wednesday. He said Sudan and Ethiopia have agreed that the border demarcation, to start in the near future, will not displace any…

  • Africa’s “Miami” boasts Art Deco trove Mon May 19, 2008 3:24am BST   By Andrew Cawthorne   ASMARA (Reuters) – When Italian architect Giuseppe Pettazzi inaugurated Eritrea’s plane-shaped “Fiat Tagliero” service station in 1938, he stunned onlookers by pulling out a gun.   There, the story behind Africa’s finest piece of Futurist architecture goes hazy….

  • 91 Ethiopian (Woyane) soldiers killed in Somalia Sun, 18 May 2008 23:00:47 PRESS TV   Roadside bombs and heavy clashes have reportedly killed at least 91 Ethiopian troops near Somalia’s Lower Shabelle region, Weyne town. Ethiopian soldiers, leaving Afgoye and Baidoa towns were targeted by roadside bombs planted earlier by the fighters of the Union of…

  • ERITREA: a symbol of strength   Your beauty so stunning your mountains gorgeous. Decorated by islands lies your sea of a turquoise.   A beauty so amazing that no one can deny. Even your worst enemies to this they testify.   They sailed through the sea seeking your precious pearl. Your abundant resources to exploit…

  •   kinijitethiopia.org: Searching for justice.pdf For more info contact “KE” [email protected]  

  • Eritrea: President Isaias Afwerki’s interview with Reuters & Le Monde PIA’s Interview with Le Monde May 17, 2008 (Part 1)  PIA’s Interview with Le Monde May 17, 2008 (Part 2)   PIA’s Interview with Reuters PART 2 (May 13, 2008)  |  ( Part 1 ) PIA’s Interview with Reuters PART 3 (May 13, 2008)  |  ( Part 1 ) Click to…

  • Mine blast kills 30 troops in Somalia Mon, 12 May 2008 17:52:12 Press TV   A landmine explosion has reportedly claimed the lives of some 30 Ethiopian soldiers, injuring 76 others in central Somalia’s Hiiran region. The troops were killed after their three vehicles hit the landmine in the Lego town, a Press TV correspondent…

  •   Dr. Berhanu Nega Seattle speech (May 2008) Dr. Berhanu Nega (Audio Part 1)                   Dr. Berhanu Nega (Audio Part 2) Contact “Mamo Asfawu” <[email protected]> for more info.

  •   Eritrea denies Djibouti war claim BBC 8 May 2008 Eritrea has denied that it has any problems with Djibouti, which accuses it of amassing troops on their border. Earlier this week, Djibouti appealed to the UN Security Council to intervene in order to prevent a conflict over the border village of Doumeira. In a…