Tag: TPLF

Ethiopia after Meles

RENÉ LEFORT  | Open Democracy, 8 August 2012       Does the Ethiopian state rest on the shoulders of a single man? His illness and recent disappearance from the public eye give some urgency to the question says René Lefort. World Economic Forum/Flickr Creative Commons. Some rights reserved When Meles Zenawi, the omnipotent Prime Minister of […]

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The Shadow Government of Ethiopia – Amanuel Biedemariam

  On its 28th of July report Ethiopian Satellite Television (ESAT) described the impact of the absence of Meles Zenawi and his leadership. Contrary to what Sebhat Nega and Bereket Simon portrayed, ESAT reported those middle management are in suspense all over. The poorly explained absence of Meles has created deep tension that could tear the country apart. […]

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Meles Zenawi, Ethiopian prime minister, ‘critical’ in Brussels hospital

Meles Zenawi, the Ethiopian prime minister, is in a "critical" condition in hospital in Brussels and may not survive, according to diplomatic sources.   Ethiopian Prime Minister Meles Zeinawi Photo: EPA   By Aislinn Laing, Johannesburg and Bruno Waterfield in Brussels The Telegraph 5:33PM BST 18 Jul 2012   The 57-year-old premier has not been seen publicly for […]

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Ethiopian Regime Crumbles: Enter CIA – Thomas C. Mountain

  by THOMAS C. MOUNTAIN With its foundations irreparably cracked and its edifices of power crumbling the Ethiopian regime headed by Meles Zenawi is turning more and more to the CIA to make the critical decisions in the ministries of power in the capital Addis Ababa. Faced with growing nationalist insurgencies, an ongoing economic crisis […]

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Ethiopia rocked by massive Muslim protests

SIMON ALLISON | The Daily Maverick   Hundreds of thousands of irate Ethiopian Muslims took to the streets of Addis Ababa this weekend – Africa’s biggest protests since Tahrir Square. They want the government to stop meddling in their religious affairs, and acknowledge that Muslims can’t remain a marginalised minority. Ethiopia’s Christian-led government better make some […]

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The End of TPLF – Amanuel Biedemariam

  March 23, 2012, Ethiomedia (former TPLF supporter ), posted a Press Release, “TPLF down-sized to a single-family party,” and quoted a former TPLF Seeye Abraha saying, “That TPLF no more exists today in the fashion that we used to know it years ago.” Seeye, further noted, “ The present socio-economic situation in Ethiopia is in the […]

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Ethiopia’s malicious act and the numbness of the Western Democracy – Berhane Woldu

The TPLF regime in Ethiopia had violated Eritrean sovereign territory and claimed to have destroyed Afar Independence Movement (ARDUF) base inside Eritrea in retaliation to the abduction of European tourists. Ethiopia had no evidence to embark on this reckless military aggression. However, Ethiopia’s egressions on the people of Eritrea are not new. Previous Ethiopian regimes, […]

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Ethiopia PM accuses Eritrea of kidnapping 100 miners

2012-04-17 17:39 Addis Ababa – Ethiopian Prime Minister Meles Zenawi accused Eritrea on Tuesday of abducting dozens of Ethiopian miners from the country's northwest, in a potential escalation of tension between the arch-enemies. Ethiopian troops crossed into the Red Sea state last month and attacked what they said were military bases used by rebels to […]

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Horn of Africa Terrorist Meles Zenawi – Amanuel Biedemariam

  Over the last 10 years since September 11, 2011, the War on Terror has dramatically changed its meaning particularly when the minority genocidal regime in Ethiopia, with the blessing and financing of the US, is manipulating, using and abusing it. For the minority regime of Meles Zenawi, terrorism and the war on terror has […]

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Ethiopia again attacks rebel targets in Eritrea

  Sat Mar 17, 2012 11:16am EDT By Aaron Maasho ADDIS ABABA, March 17 (Reuters) – Ethiopian troops carried out more attacks on rebels inside Eritrea on Saturday, a government source said, a day after its neighbour called for U.N. action over a similar incursion earlier in the week. The attacks are the first on […]

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