(photo source=awate.com) Four Britons held in Eritrea on spying and terrorism charges since December have been released, the Foreign Office (FCO) has said.
The four men - who all worked for the same security firm - are believed to be on their way back to the UK.
The Predictable Isaias Afeworki regime has done it again! A little over ten years ago, at the 11th hour and on the verge of being dislodged from Eritrea by Ethiopian forces, it signed on the dotted line to abide by all the demands Ethiopia brought to the table. Today at the 11th hour before Britain impose a sanction on it and its ability to collect 2% tax from its subjects in Britain, it released the four British men whom it has been telling the world were assassins!!. Predictable indeed!
By LESTER R. BROWN -As Egypt tries to fashion a functioning democracy after President Hosni Mubarak’s
departure, land grabs to the south are threatening its ability to put bread on the table because all of Egypt’s grain is either imported or produced with water from the Nile River, which flows north through Ethiopia and Sudan...
Not sure how Mr. Lester Brown is connecting Nile and Egyptian democracy fate but even if that is the case what is worse between the death of an Ethiopian child from poverty and the stifling of democracy in Egypt? Damming the Nile River in Ethiopia will save both the Ethiopian child and your Egyptian democracy Mr. Lister! Just do a little research!
Addis Ababa, June 14 (WIC) – Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Hailemariam Desalegn said US is keen to support the democratization process in Ethiopia.US Secretary of State Hilary Clinton met with Prime Minister Meles Zenawi and his deputy to discuss bilateral relations and regional matters
ADDIS ABABA, Ethiopia - U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton said Monday that the U.S. wants a peacekeeping force to be deployed to a contested region between north and south Sudan that is threatening to spark new conflict.
Clinton said the U.S. wants to see northern troops withdraw from the disputed central region of Abyei, and would welcome Ethiopian peacekeepers being sent in.
June 10, 2011 (New York) –I am honored to be here today and would like to thank Dr. Sidibe for organizing this very important meeting.
Dr. Sidibe has been a tireless supporter of our organization and we, the First Ladies of Africa, are grateful for both the financial and moral support he has given us over the years...Let me begin by telling you a little bit about OAFLA.
Nine years ago, 37 African First Ladies gathered in Geneva to mobilize ourselves in the fight against HIV/AIDS. As First Ladies, we had a responsibility to be a powerful voice for...
From Appeasement to Punishment: Treating Treason for What It Is.
Adal Isaw June 12, 2011- As citizens, we have only three choices if and when our government invites us to participate in the economic development of our country. We can either participate to develop Ethiopia or refrain to do so; or, we have the choice to stand in its way “by any means necessary.” ...
UK Ethiopian Diaspora celebrate the 20th anniversary of May 28 in London LONDON, 9th June 2011- Ethiopian Diaspora members residing in the UK celebrated the 20th anniversary of the demise of the Derg, pledging to mobilize funds for the Renaissance Dam, a symbol of a viable and prosperous Ethiopia, in the presence of a high level Ethiopian delegation led by the Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Hailemariam Desalegn.