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Ethiopian Opposition Party Vows to Continue Peaceful Struggle
A top leader of Ethiopia’s main opposition party says
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Statement on the unfolding reports of Human Tragedy in Ogaden
Statement on the unfolding reports of Human Tragedy in Ogaden
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Alerts from the Sudan
1) The fate of more than 24 Ethiopian opposition
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Ethiopia says considering pardon of sentenced opposition leaders
July 17, 2007 (ADDIS ABABA) — Dozens of oppositions members sentenced to heavy jail terms
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Human Rights in Ethiopia: Another Casualty of the "War on Terror"?
An Ethiopian court sentenced 35 opposition politicians and activists to life in prison on Monday,
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Ethiopia needs to take seriously democracy and human rights
Editorial, The Wall Street Journal
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International Ethiopian Women's Organization's Radio Broadcasts
IEWO's Radio Broadcast of July 08, 2007
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Report from today's (7/16/07) Court Session
Report from the Court Session(amharic pdf)
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Ethiopian opposition leaders get life sentence
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Court sentences CUD leaders to life imprisonment
The Federal High Court today sentenced all CUD leaders
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Somali peace meeting delayed again
Somalia's reconciliation conference has been postponed until Thursday immediately
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PAYNE SCHEDULES H.R. 2003 FOR MARK-UP!
Zenawi’s Tricks a “Small Bump in the Road”
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Off with their heads, maybe
EARLIER this year, Ethiopian courts released many of the country's most important political dissidents from the grim Kaliti jail
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Where decent food costs three times the salary
LONDON: You’ve just finished piling the weekly shop into your shopping trolley.
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Ethiopian Muslims to Meet in Jedah
Ethiopian Muslims to Meet in Jedah on July 20th 2007
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Fallout from war on terror hits Ethiopia - U.S. ally battles its own insurgents
JIJIGA, Ethiopia — The gray-faced young man lying in bed number 15 of the run-down local hospital
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'Hundreds died' off Yemen coast
At least 367 people have died and 118 are missing
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Socepp Canada Press Release
A CALL FOR IMMEDIATE AND UNCONDITIONAL RELEASE OF ALL POLITICAL PRISONERS IN ETHIOPIA
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Ethiopian opposition figures face death penalty
July 9, 2007 (ADDIS ABABA) — Prosecutors in Ethiopia’s high court requested the death penalty on Monday for 38 opposition figures convicted last month of planning a coup to overthrow Prime Minister Meles Zenawi.
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Ethiopians in the Ogaden Need Our Help—Let Us Stand United Against the Terrorism of Our People!
As most Ethiopians come out with outrage to the guilty verdict against the Opposition leaders
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Siye Abraha released
(by Ethio-Zagol)
The Federal Supreme Court today sentenced former defense minister Siye Abraha to five years imprisonment on charges of corruption. Since Siye has already been in jail for more than five years, he will be released.
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Ethiopia: Whose Prime Minister?
July 7, 2007 — Most African nations are composed of several nationalities (ethnic groups). They say that the colonialists, besides being the main reasons for the formation of such mixed states
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Ethiopian mom fights to get girls team in male-dominated soccer tournament
Effort to get girls team in all-male tournament so far unsuccessful
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Ethiopia: Crackdown in East Punishes Civilians
(New York, July 4, 2007) – The Ethiopian military has forcibly displaced thousands of civilians in the country’s eastern Somali region in recent
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Eastern Sudan farmers get back disputed lands from Ethiopia
July 3, 2007 (KHARTOUM) — A joint Sudanese-Ethiopian committee would start today to hand over
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Ethiopian rebels say Kill 43 troops; govt denies fighting
An Ethiopian rebel group said it ambushed and killed 43 soldiers in the east Tuesday, but a government spokesman denied any fighting took place.
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Ethiopia calls West's appeals for prisoners "shameful"
ADDIS ABABA, June 28 (Reuters) - Ethiopian Prime Minister Meles Zenawi slammed on Thursday calls by Western diplomats for the release of 38 opposition officials as "shameful".
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MASS DEMONSTRATION IN DALLAS, TEXAS
PLACE: Starts at Federal Building @1100 A.M from Commerce Street
and Marches to CHANNEL 8 TV and CITY HALL, Downtown Dallas, Texas.
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TPLF dissidents and other prominent Ethiopians forming a new party
According to reliable sources, former TPLF officials led by Gebru Asrat and other prominent Ethiopians have submitted an application to the National Electoral Board of Ethoipia
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Interview with Seblework Tadesse
Click here to Listen


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Jailed Ethiopians 'to be freed'
A group of 38 Ethiopian opposition leaders found guilty of links to violent election protests is to be freed, they have told their families.
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Ethiopian opposition leaders may leave prison in days
ADDIS ABABA - Jailed opposition leaders have signed an agreement that would set them free in days in exchange for sharing responsibility with the government of the post-election violence that wracked the nation for several months.
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Professor Mesfin's Letter from Kaliti
Professor Mesfin's Letter from Kaliti (pdf amharic)
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Oregon Resolution
Oragon Resolution(pdf-english) by Coalition for HR2003
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Ethiopian Prisoners Sign Paper in Bid for Release
Ethiopian opposition leaders jailed in a brutal crackdown following 2005 elections have signed
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Rebels With a Cause: ONLF Video
videoRebels With a Cause: ONLF from NY Times Video:
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Is Mr Nejib Mohammed representing the views of Ethio-American Muslims?
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Africa and the “war on terror”
Policing the undergoverned spaces
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Discussion and Books Signing with Two Ethiopian Authors of new titles
Discussion and Books Signing with Two Ethiopian Authors of new titles
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EPRP Atlanta Public Meeting Report
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Ethiopia - Fear and Cries of Army Brutality in Ogaden - NYT
A New York Times Front Page Story (above the fold).

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Sebhat Nega stirs things up in Ethiopia
Indian Ocean Newsletter N° 1216 16/06/2007

The interview of a leader of the governing party broadcast on 28 May by Radio Dimtse, owned by the Tigray People’s Liberation Front (TPLF, government)
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Melaku Teffera: Lessons in Brutality
Melaku Teffera: Lessons in Brutality (Pdf Amharic)

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Ethiopia Accepts UN Ruling To Turn Over Town To Eritrea
UNITED NATIONS (AP)--After years of conflict and a tense border dispute, Ethiopia has accepted a U.N. commission's ruling to turn over a disputed town to Eritrea.
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UEDF Press Release
UEDF Press Release (PDF Amharic)
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State Department report on human trafficking in Ethiopia
Ethiopia is a source country for men, women, and children trafficked for the purposes of forced labor and sexual exploitation.
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A horrible Travesty of Justice!
A horrible Travesty of Justice! SOCEPP
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KIL Press Statement
KIL Press Satement on the misscariage of Justice (Pdf Amharic)
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Ethiopian Women for Peace and democracy call for prayer
Ethiopian Women for Peace and Democracy(EWPD) calls for prayer(PDF)
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Ethiopian protest leaders guilty
(Left to right): Human rights activist Mesfin Woldemariam and the opposition CUD's Birtukan Midek, Berhanu Nega and leader Hailu Shawel. File photo
A court in Ethiopia has found 38 senior opposition figures guilty of charges connected to mass protests after disputed elections two years ago.


The opposition leaders say the courts are not independent
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Court finds kinijit leaders guilty

Monday, June 11, 2007 Breaking news:Court finds kinijit leaders guilty

The court in charge of the kinijit trials today decided that all of the kinijit leaders accused of outrage against the constitutional order are guilty as charged. The defendants include the chairperson of the party, Ato Hailu Shawel and the mayor of Addis Ababa, Brehanu Nega. According to Ethiopian law, the crimes the court found them guilty of committing entail death penalty or at least 25 years imprisonment.

The next step, according to the law, is sentencing.
(In depth report soon) Ethio Zagol

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