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Ethiopia

Meles Zenawi

Date of Birth: 08/05/1955
Place of Birth: Adwa
Died: 20/08/2012


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Takeaki Matsumoto

He later met with Hailemariam Desaleyn Deputy Prime Minister Foreign Affairs Minister and contender to succeed Premier Meles Zenawi in 2015...


Seyoum Mesfin

Seyoum was among those senior figures who resigned in 2010 making way for a new generation of politicians under the unshakeable Ethiopian People’s Revolutionary Democratic Front (EPRDF)Chairman Prime Minister Meles Zenawi...


Stalemate in Seoul

South African President Jacob Zuma Malawi’s President Bingu wa Mutharika (Chairman of the African Union) and Ethiopia’s Prime Minister Meles Zenawi (New Programme for African Development Chairman) led Africa’s delegation to the summit...


Counting on growth

Just before May’s general elections Prime Minister Meles Zenawi attributed his expected victory to seven years of double-digit growth...


The new guard steps up

Just before this year’s elections Prime Minister Meles Zenawi promised an overhaul of the party leadership...


The battle of the Nile

’ Prime Minister Meles Zenawi of Ethiopia – source of the Blue Nile which joins the White Nile at Khartoum – complained in 2005: ‘While Egypt is taking the Nile water to transform the Sahara Desert into something green we in Ethiopia - who are the source of 85% of that water - are denied the possibility of using it to feed ourselves...


The Afghan effect

In a four-hour meeting on the summit sidelines the presidents of Burundi Djibouti Kenya Somalia South Africa Tanzania and Uganda and Ethiopian Prime Minister Meles Zenawi firmly told Ambassador Carson that Amisom and the TFG faced a critical shortage of resources...


Opposition nuptials

Medrek now consists of six parties and is in informal discussions with another four; in the elections eight parties backed Medrek with the common aim of ousting Prime Minister Meles Zenawi but they had very different policies...


Fighting on a new front

Prime Minister Meles Zenawi withdrew Ethiopian troops in 2009 partly because there was no effective coalition to work with and partly because Sharif Sheikh’s Transitional Federal Government (TFG) attracted hostility for its collaboration with Ethiopia...


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