Ethiopian Intelligence have reportedly alerted Uganda that the mastermind of Kampala’s July 11 bomb attacks is still at large within the country as Police yesterday tagged the explosions to suicide bombers.
A highly placed security source told this newspaper that a Somali national, whose identity is being kept secret so as not to jeopardise investigations, was beamed in the Saturday red notice as the brain behind the attacks which officials say claimed 76 lives.
Interview with Habbo Iyasu Berhe Mekelle Library officials.
Aite WeldeAmanuel, AiteTewelde and Aite Gebremedhin are local Habbo Iyasu representatives in Mekelle. Hidyat Raya from gezategaru online paltalk room talked to them on the progress of the project and status of the new bank account opened for the project.
Interview with Ato Daniel, a member of the Crown Council.
This is an interview of Ato Daniel, a member of the Crown Council, with Nigussie of Hagerfikir Radio. Ato Daniel has recently returned back to his mother Ethiopia after thirty five years of life abroad.
Eritrea: Putting a New Face on Religious Intolerance
BY: Robert J. Hendricks IIIThere is much religious intolerance in this new, twenty-first century. This is the tale of religious intolerance in an obscure country in East Africa called Eritrea.
Eritrea’s leaders have hardly had any clearly spelt out idea of what national interest to promote. Often times, every one of their moves are determined on spurious grounds depending on the mood of the moment. But for far too long, what they perceive to be antagonistic to Ethiopia’s interests has informed most of their decisions whether their support for Ethiopian violent opposition or their support for Al Shabab. The ill-will the leaders of Asmara harbor towards Ethiopia has been so intense ... A Week in the Horn
UN eyes private help in $100 billion climate aid
July 14, 2010 -- A pledge by rich nations in Copenhagen to provide as much as $100 billion a year of climate-related aid to developing countries by 2020 may depend in part on the generosity of private donors and other non-governmental sources.
Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said Tuesday that his panel of advisers — seeking ways to fulfill a U.N. climate summit's pledge in the Danish capital last December...