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By Fikru Helebo Have you come across some friends or family members who gave you a cold shoulder when you attempted to strike a conversation that is political in nature? If you did, you are not alone. It has been my experience that in some southern circles politics is treated as though it is an

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Guns, Germs and Steel

By Mogus Degoyae Mochena The recent speech of bravado by Meles and the wishy-washy stand of the leaders of UEDF raise a fundamental question. A few weeks ago, I was watching a documentary depicting the theory of impact of geography on the evolution of the societies and countries we have today by Professor Jared Diamond

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Nullify the Election of May 15, 2005 – Call for New Elections

MediaETHIOPIA Editorial Published: July 15, 2005 Exactly sixty days have passed since the people of Ethiopia overwhelmingly expressed their will regarding the direction of the country in the next five years. Sixty days have also passed with no final winner of the elections announced by the responsible office, NEBE (National Election Board of Ethiopia). Forty young students

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Uprising Spreads to Dessie, BahrDar Gondar -Liberal Democrat British MPs call Meles “an extremely unsuitable member of Tony Blair’s Africa Commission”

Call to cut aid over Ethiopia unrest Correspondents in London and Addis Ababa November 05, 2005 BRITAIN’S generous support to the Ethiopian Government drew criticism yesterday as police continued to suppress opposition demonstrations and fears mounted of a new war along its border with Eritrea. The Tories and the Liberal Democrats said Prime Minister Tony

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Ethiopian Students and Police Clash Over Disputed Election Results

By The Associated Press June 7, 2005 ADDIS ABABA, Ethiopia, June 6 – Student demonstrators clashed with the police on Monday over disputed Ethiopian election results, a police statement said. The violence killed one person, injured seven and led to hundreds of arrests. Students at Addis Ababa University campuses had defied a government ban against demonstrations,

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TPLF ignores the call from the citizens as well as international bodies and Listen to Ana Gomez’s interview of her disappointment after the 2005 elections

Girum K May 30/2015 Deitingen/ Sw. At the time of the mournful election 2005, I had the opportunity to observe the very strong and truthful personality of Ana Gomez, as I was a member of the election observation team represented by the Carter center. In the election 2010, she said she doesn’t expect the election

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