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Monthly Archives: April 2009

Woyane: A Government that Deserves a Coup

Posted 30th April 2009 OPINION By UTUBO I think the count down to Woyane's demise has just started if the coup attempt, that, they claimed has occured...

Africa’s Swine flu

Posted 30th April 2009 Video: Facts about Swine Flu How to Protect yourself from Swine Flu: by Mihretu Ayalew (Epidemiologist & Biomedical Research Scientist)   Amharic...

Ethiopian capital’s looming epidemic hindering development

Posted 29th April 2009 Wednesday 29 April 2009, by Desalegn Sisay Plan to build homes and create jobs in Addis Ababa under threat  A new consultancy...

I am the spirit of freedom- Meles Zenawi’s worst nightmare

Updated 2nd May 2009 I am Ginbot 7, and I stand for unity, justice and freedom. And I am everywhere. by Netsanet Habtu 29th April 2009 This commentary...

No more cheap farmland in Africa

Posted 29th April 2009 The African Union wants to fight back against the 'land-grabbers' that farm the continent but leave locals starving. Ethiopia and Sudan, countries...

AUC to Launch EU-Funded Ethiopian Satellite Receiving Station

Posted 29th April 2009 April 29, 2009 | Satellite Today | Staff Writer Satellite Today 04-29-09 | The Africa Union Commission (AUC) is set to inaugurate...

Terrorists finding safe havens in East Africa

Posted 28th April 2009 (Photo, Army Gen. William 'Kip' Ward, Commander, United States Africa Command) By LOLITA C. BALDOR, Associated Press WriterWASHINGTON – There is growing...

Opposition leader rejects involvement in attack plot

Posted 28th April 2009 Dr Berhanu Nega interview on Radio France Internationale by Michel Arseneault The government said that arms and military equipment were seized during...

Ethiopia’s 35 accused appear in court

Posted 28th April 2009 April 27, 2009 (ADDIS ABABA) – Some 35 Ethiopian, suspected of plotting to commit subversive activities against the government, were brought...

Struggling for democracy

Posted 28th April 2009 EDITORIAL | The Daily Item Berhanu Nega's story is a frightening testament that in some parts of the world, people are still...