AT | Nov 30, 2006 : The government-owned Ethiopian Radio-Television Agency just reported that the rubber-stamp EPRDF parliament has passed a resolution declaring war on its enemies. Read more…
Messay Kebede | Nov 30, 2006
Nota Bene: While reading this paper, which I prepared for the forum on “Ethnicity and National Identity in Ethiopia, organized by the Ethiopian Students Association at Harvard, I ask the reader to bear in mind that my critical evaluation of ethnic movements does not signify that ethnicity should be ignored or suppressed. Read more…
ETP | Nov. 30, 2006 ““ Reminiscent of a scene right out of the movies, a witness broke down in court yesterday and admitted he was instructed by the prosecution on what to say.
Kenyan foreign minister Raphael Taju revealed yesterday that his country will never agree that foreign countries to bring their military troops in Somalia.
Shabelle Media Network | Nov 30, 2006
|Kenyan foreign minister Raphael Taju revealed yesterday that his country will never agree that foreign countries to bring their military troops in Somalia.The minister invited Somalis in Kenya to a banquet in Nairobi where they have discussed over Kenya’s stance in Somalia, as Taju stated that he does not believe military intervention is the solution for the political discord between the Union of Islamic Courts and the transitional government.|
BBC | November 30, 2006
|An Ethiopian military convoy in Somalia has been ambushed by fighters loyal to the powerful Union of Islamic Courts (UIC), witnesses said on Thursday.It happened on Tuesday 35km south-west of Baidoa, seat of the weak interim government, who deny it took place.Eyewitness said a truck was blown up and there was an exchange of fire.|
| News24 | November 30, 2006
The Hague – An international arbitration panel ordered Ethiopia and Eritrea on Wednesday to settle their long-running border dispute within a year or accept a boundary drawn up using modern mapping techniques and aerial photos.
Press Release | November 28, 2005
In its statement of June 5, 2006, the Executive Committee of the Alliance for Freedom and Democracy (AFD) registered its concern about worrisome developments in Somalia, Read more…
Nov 29 (EZ): Ethiopia’s dictator Meles Zenawi would release CUD leaders who had been held at Kaliti prison for the last thirteen months if they agreed to quit politics. According to prison sources, Meles sent the message to the prisoners through Professor Ephrem Isaac. Read more…
News 24 – Mogadishu, 28/11/2006 – A top Islamic leader accused Ethiopia on Tuesday of attacking a town in central Somalia.
“As I’m speaking to you, Ethiopians have shelled 12 missiles at Bandiradley,” Read more…
Victim families denounced the report of the fake inquiry commision and calls on the Diaspora “Netsuhe Ethiopians” to be their voice.
Listen to their Cry for Help [audio:victim-families.mp3]
|Meles was in the Ethiopian Parliament on November 23, 2006 to answer five questions reportedly posed by parliamentarians, but most probably cooked up by himself, and those questions related to:|
November 26 | ( EZ):
|Thousands of participants in today’s Great Run are chanting slogans such as “Release the Prisoners”, “Woyane, Dangerous Vagrant”, “The repressed Kinijit is back”…. Protest songs are also being sung loudly. Some of the protestors are near ETV headquarter now and are condemning the station for being a propoganda machine for the Meles regime.|
Mogadishu 28, Nov.06 ( Sh.M.Network) ““ A large demonstration against Ethiopian military intervention in Somalia is taking place in the Somali capital Mogadishu. Read more…
Haile Kassahun | November 25, 2006
Ethiopian Americans for Justice
War in the Horn of Africa appears imminent. If large-scale violence breaks out, Prime Minister Meles Zenawi of Ethiopia and the Bush administration will bear major responsibility for the ensuing chaos and human suffering. Read more…
GALKAYO, Somalia Nov 27, 2006
An Ethiopian military convoy of more than 70 vehicles arrived in Galkayo on Sunday, residents reported. The troops were received into town by Puntland militia officials and stationed in the southern outskirts of Galkayo upon their arrival. Galkayo is the southernmost city in self-governing Puntland autonomy, a region that has thusfar resisted Islamist expansion. Read more…
Reuters | November 24, 2006
|MOGADISHU, Dissident Somali lawmakers on Friday joined Islamists, who control much of southern Somalia, in accusing Ethiopia of preparing to attack the country and said they were ready for a holy war to defend themselves.|