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New law offer relates a fist on Ethiopia’s Press

 May 2, 2012

Ethiopian primary dispense Meles Zenawi’s organization has been indicted of seeking to conceal a populous country’s individualist press with a new pointer that will have publishers take accountability for any argumentative ease out of their presses. FILE | AFRICA REVIEW |

By ARGAW ASHINE (ST)

The Ethiopian organization has activated a magnitude tying pointer that authorises printers to bury a ease of newspapers and other publications that play off their presses. Read the rest of this entry

Bill Gates vows to defeat hunger & diseases in Ethiopia: Could entrenched political interests allow him? — PART II BY KEFFYALEW GEBREMEDHIN

April 17, 2012
 Bill Gates puts his money where his mouth is

For a billionaire who has chosen a life of full time philanthropy, there could be no better indication of Bill Gates’ interests and honorable intensions than voluntarily staking his reputation in Ethiopia — the planet’s poorest country with the vast majority of its population teetering between half existence and death. Read the rest of this entry

Ethiopia: The Bridge on the Road(map) to Democracy By Alemayehu G Mariam

April 16, 2012
 Last week I had an opportunity to address a town hall meeting in Seattle sponsored by the Ethiopian Public Forum in Seattle (EPFS), a civil society organization dedicated to promoting broad dialogue, debate and discussion on Ethiopia’s future. I was asked to articulate my views on Ethiopia’s transition from dictatorships to democracy in light of my recent emphatic commentaries on the subject. Read the rest of this entry

Ethiopia: The Bridge on a Road(map) to Democracy By Alemayehu G Mariam

April 16, 2012
Last week we had an event to residence a city gymnasium open in Seattle sponsored by a Ethiopian Public Forum in Seattle (EPFS), a polite multitude classification dedicated to compelling extended dialogue, discuss and contention on Ethiopia’s future. we was asked to clear my views on Ethiopia’s transition from dictatorships to democracy in light of my new fatiguing commentaries on a subject. Read the rest of this entry

Bill Gates vows to defeat hunger & diseases in Ethiopia: Could entrenched political interests allow him? –PART I BY KEFFYALEW GEBREMEDHIN

April 15, 2012
 Prime Minister Meles Zenawi has finally come full circle. Over the decades, he has thrived on controversies, some of which he fostered, and stil does, with unmatched skills and perfect timing. They have served his purpose of staying in power as long to contentedly observe from above his allies and opponents bogged down in endless battles he has masterminded. Read the rest of this entry
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