Online memorial service for Tigrai Police Orchestra members who died on Sep 26, 2011.
Friends and comrades of the nine Tigrai police orchestra who died by the horrific bus accident celebrated the mammoth life achievement of those killed. Most of the nine members were TPLF members who played key roles in defeating the fascist regime of Colonel Mengsitu Hailemariam and in the current struggle to uproot poverty. Their living comrades who knew them one on one and as a gifted artist shared with the online audience how these heroes and heroines joined the struggle since childhood. Some of the online audience also passed their condolences to the deceased immediate family, extended family and the whole people of Tigrai who will endure the tragic loss. The memorial get to gather was held at gezategaru paltalk room.
Nile:Ethiopia takes high ground
Ethiopia’s ability to determine any of these events is a new achievement after years of being ignored by Egypt’s and Sudan’s Nile-based development.
In 1959, Egypt and Sudan met and agreed on how to share the waters ...
HRW declares war with Mitchell over Ethiopia aid claims
Human Rights Watch (HRW) has accused Andrew Mitchell, the International Development Secretary...[Mitchell replies]
As I have made clear, the British government does not agree with all of your assertions nor your conclusions. We also do not believe the report is methodologically sound... HRW is going mad...really! There is a saying in our rich Ethiopian culture which fits HRW behavior. A man afraid of being disproved said" wala tenfir ember Tiyel eya" meaning even if it fly this animal is a goat"...the man said this after betting with his friend from a distant about an animal they saw from far. His friend told him that it was a bird and he said it was a goat! The animal was a bird and it flew away! Need we say more! HRW you do not understand the Ethiopian Government. It is not your typical third world government you can paint in a negative way. Try hard but it won't stick!
H.E. Hailemariam meets the Ethiopian Community in New York
Uploaded successfully H.E. Ato Hailemariam Desalegn, Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister of the Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia met with members of the Ethiopian community in New York on September 26, 2011. The Deputy Prime Minister, in his brief opening remarks, outlined the major economic and social activities undertaken by the Government ...
UN / Communiqué on Somalia mini-summit
NEW YORK, September 28, 2011/African Press Organization (APO)/ -- The following communiqué was issued after the mini-summit on Somalia, held in New York, 23 September:
The Secretary-General of the United Nations, Ban Ki-moon, convened a high-level meeting on Somalia in New York on 23 September 2011. Participants included representatives of Burundi, China, Denmark, Djibouti, Ethiopia, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Kenya, ... [Isaias Afeworki was in New York during the meeting but was not invited. Though he told VOA Tigrigna Twelde he was successful in his latest mission Isaias left New York empty handed]