EthiopianReview.com thiopian Review’s 2012 Person of the Year is Julian Paul Assange.
The people of Ethiopia continued to wallow in misery in 2012 and the main cause is lack of freedom. The level of prosperity and quality of life in most countries are in direct parallel to the freedom their people enjoy. The most affluent people with the highest quality of life in the word are those who enjoy the greatest level of freedom. Read the rest of this entry
The cancellation of a scheduled press conference this week, to discuss the health of the Ethiopian Prime Minister Meles Zenawi – currently in Belgium for treatment – started rumors flying. Belgians might be interested to know why Ethiopians are watching events in Brussels so keenly.
Claiming to follow the Chinese model of development – economic growth first, rights later – is a tempting fig-leaf for despots around the world eager to justify their suppression of dissent at home. Read the rest of this entry
June 20, 2012
Ogaden Demonstration Bringing Grievances Over EU-Ethiopia Aid to European Parliament
Place Luxemburg, Brussels
11.00 – 15.00, 21 Jun 2012
Brussels, 20 Jun 2012 – Ogaden communities of a European Union will accumulate during Place Luxemburg, nearby a European Parliament, Brussels, on a 21 Jun 2012 from 11.00 to 15.00 to call on a EU to reassess a smoothness and use of a assist to Ethiopia. The call is being done in an bid to put to an finish to a abuse of Human Rights in Ethiopia perpetrated by a supervision of Prime Minister Meles Zenawi. Read the rest of this entry
April 23, 2012
BENTIU, South Sudan (AP) – Sudanese warplanes inebriated a vital city Monday in South Sudan, dispute a marketplace and murdering a child while wounding during slightest 10 people. South Sudanese infantry dismissed behind as a hazard of full-scale fight between a dual nations loomed. Read the rest of this entry