Why Negotiate with the Devil?
The one man regime in Eritrea has been a thorn in the flesh for all the Horn countries for over a decade. Every country in the horn has been victimized by the regime at one time or another. In the case of Ethiopia, ever since the regime’s costly defeat during the war of 1998-2000, it has been engaged in covert action to derail Ethiopia’s peace.The regime is the primarily sponsor of the terrorist wings of the ONLF,OLF and Ginbot 7... For More and to Have Your say...
Eritrea booted out of IGAD meeting!
Tsehaye Debalkew, Host of
Selam Radio in DC, Interview
with Ato Zemedeneh Negatu, CEO of Ernest and Young International
Business Consultancy Firm Ethiopia on the state of contemporary Ethiopian Economy
A pileus iridescent cloud was captured by photographer Esther Havens in Ethiopia. According to NASA this phenomenon is a result of "a group of water droplets that have a uniformly similar size and so together diffract different colors of sunlight by different
Uganda remains committed to support sanctions against Eritrea: Ambassador Katende
Addis Ababa, August 26 (WIC) – Ambassador of Uganda to Ethiopia Mull Sebujja Katende said that the recent visit by President Isaias Afeworki to Kampala will not alter Uganda’s firm stand on the necessity of the sanctions imposed by the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) on the Asmara regime... As suggested by a reader…at the very least, IGAD countries must demand Eritrea to OFFICIALLY recognize Somalia's TFG which is a full member of IGAD before they even consider to bring the issue of readmission of Eritrea to the table!.
Ethiopia recognizes Libyan rebels
Ethiopia on Wednesday recognized Libya's rebel National Transitional Council as the legitimate authority of the strife-torn north African country and urged the African Union to do the same.
Dina made the comments at a joint press briefing by Ethiopia’s Foreign Affairs Minister Hailemariam Desalegn and his Nigerian counterpart Olugbenga Ashiru, whose country recognized the rebels' authority Tuesday.
How Many Bob Geldofs Does It Take to Convince the BBC?
A Not On Official Response Genenew Assefa Aug 23, 2011-
Renowned as he is for his humorous but insightful one-liners, Winston Churchill once amused his American audience by yet another of his witty remarks that the Yanks and Brits are one people but divided by language. One wonders what quip he might have used were he to witness that more than language separates the US government and the British media where Ethiopia is concerned. A quick comparison of Hillary Clinton’s speech on the current drought in the Horn of Africa, and the BBC’s contrary take on the matter underscores this point...
COMPARING THE INCOMPERABLE
Mathza August 21, 2011-As the Ethiopian government and many Ethiopians know, Ethiopia is near the bottom of the ladder among African countries. This is a fact. This is the reason why the incumbent government has been and continues to work hard to extricate the country out of the backwardness it is in...