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Ethiopia

Meles Zenawi

Date of Birth: 8 May 1955
Place of Birth: Adwa
Died: 20 August 2012


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Rendition confusion

Activists believe that the Oromo Ogadeni and Eritrean detainees are more likely to be opponents of Prime Minister Meles Zenawi's government rather than terrorists...


Rough justice

Museveni for years a close ally of Ethiopia's Prime Minister Meles Zenawi and Somalia's President Abdullahi Yusuf Ahmed helped plan a peacekeeping force in 2004...


Peacekeepers under fire

The immediate hope is to allow Ethiopia to withdraw its invading army; Prime Minister Meles Zenawi says it will pull out as soon as possible and that some units have already withdrawn...


Posturing outweighs the policy

President Abdullahi helped by Ethiopian Prime Minister Meles Zenawi won the arms argument but the summiteers called for a constructive dialogue between him and the Islamic Courts...


Waiting but not sitting

Some of Premier Meles Zenawi's ministers think the DAG is trying to micromanage internal political affairs in favour of the gaoled opposition leaders...


Human wrongs

Ethiopia's Meles Zenawi is dealing with the opposition after the disputed elections...


Voters' voices

Meltdown for Meles ETHIOPIA: After last year's disputed elections Premier Meles Zenawi will try to transform the ruling Ethiopian People's Revolutionary Democratic Front (EPRDF) from a coalition into a single party with less focus on the country's ethnic groups (AC Vol 46 No 23)...


Transition starts here

The death-toll makes it seem that Prime Minister Meles Zenawi's government cannot regain its lost legitimacy either with Ethiopians or with Western governments...


Breaking point, again

Asmara claims that Addis Ababa is favoured because it helps Washington with its 'war on terror' while Prime Minister Meles Zenawi is a member of British Prime Minister Tony Blair's Commission for Africa (AC Vol 46 No 5)...


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