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September 2012

An Open letter to the Embassy of the United States in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

Corruption appears to have reared its head at the American Embassy in Addis Ababa By Yosef Yacob, PhD For prospective foreign students and visitors, aside from the time and resources it takes to apply, the primary impediment to securing a student of visitor visa is often establishing their intent to return to their home country […]

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What Ethiopia Is Up Against

by Messay Kebede A friend recently sent me a video presenting Sebhat Nega’s defense of the TPLF constitution. My friend was rightly amazed at the dismissive and arrogant nature of the defense. My reaction wandered a bit in the direction of assessing the origin of the defense: I could not help but ask what torturous

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Ethiopian Ruling Party Confirms Hailemariam as Meles’s Successor

By William Davison Sept. 15 (Bloomberg) — Ethiopia’s ruling party confirmed acting Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn as the successor to the late Prime Minister Meles Zenawi. Meles, who led Ethiopia for 21 years and who oversaw one of Africa’s fastest-growing economies, died on Aug. 20 from an infection contracted while he was recovering from an

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Post Meles, other TPLF’s dictator could endanger Ethiopia: Last call for National Dialogue – By Ewnetu Sime

On August 21, 2012 the dictator Meles death was announced by Woyane’s media. The past few weeks Woyane’s sponsored mourning program included wheeling the sick out of hospitals, forcing the political prisoners to cry for the dictator death (not only two kinds list more if not all, old, homeless, etc.). Prisoners that do not obey

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ARDUF: Turning the Demise of a Dictator into Start of New Chapter in Ethiopia’s History

Now the officials as well as the family mourning the late Prime Minister Meles Zenawi is over the Afars will be the last to join charade of mourning for his death as historic loss and national misfortune of the peoples of Ethiopia, because it was under his dictatorial regime that peace loving Ethiopian peoples in

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