The biggest, the loudest group are Ethiopians angry over zenawi’s presence – CNN’s Phil Black

April 2nd, 2009 Print Print Email Email

Today the G-20 protests have been quieter, but the crowds have grown and appear more organized. (more…)

Today the G-20 protests have been quieter, but the crowds have grown and appear more organized.

Click here to listen to Deutche Welle Amharic Radio and Watch below CNN’s Report.


  1. Sami
    | #1

    I am proud of my people Ethiopian in London! Thank you for speaking on behlf of all of us against evil Meles Zenawi.

    Good job the London Ethiopians, good job!

  2. Robele Ababya
    | #2

    I heard your clarion call on the G-20 not to support the tyrant Meles who is terrorizing the Ethiopian people and causing havoc in the entire region of the Horn of Africa. You Ethiopians in Europe have made me so proud and I salute your courage and determination to rise up in unison once again to evict Meles from office and bring him to justice for his heinous crimes.

  3. hababuba
    | #3

    shame on him to be isolated and ignored like this,you deserve it arrogant.

  4. Anonymous
    | #4

    Great job brothers and sisters in England!!!!

  5. yikerbelen
    | #5

    shame on britian for it’s invitation of the worst dictator and criminal on earth to the G-20 meeting .Shame on the british people for letting in one of the evilest man on earth on their soil. The invitation of melese zenawi for this historical meeting has shown that the westren nation’s double standard towards human right abusors and democracy. Down with capitalism

  6. yikerbelen
    | #6

    Melese was being issolated from the group. They told him indirectly that you arethe part of us, they have punished him by ignoring and issolating. This mindless bandawho issolated birtukan got his punishment

  7. መይሳው
    | #7

    ድሮስ ምንትተብካለህ ክደደቢት የመታ ሰው

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