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· August, 2005

Stories about Ethiopia from August, 2005

Ethiopia: The president reacts

Nazret.com's Ethioblog posts the response of Ethiopian Prime Minister Meles Zenawi to criticisms of the country's elections by EU monitors.

Ethiopia: June 8 massacre

Ethiopundit compiles accounts of the June 8 massacre of civilians in Addis Ababa.

Ethiopia: Elections criticized

Nazret.com's Ethioblog compiles a round-up of news reports about criticisms of the Ethiopian elections by EU election observers.

Ethiopia: Former rebel leaders

Nazret.com‘s blogging of a BBC program about rebel leaders who win control of African countries stimulates a passionate debate in the comments section.

Ethiopa: Rough guide to Revolutionary Democracy

Ethiopundit takes us on a whistle-stop tour of “Revolutionary Democracy”, the guiding ideology of Ethiopa's ruling party.

Ethiopia: U.S. defamation suit

Ethiopundit comments on a defamation suit filed in a U.S. court by the Ethiopian government against four of its citizens in connection with allegations made by a U.S./German radio station...

Ethiopia: Wake up, Zimbabwe

Friends of Ethiopa posts extracts from a speech slamming Western inconsistencies on matters of human rights in African countries, among other things.

Ethiopia: Opposition Presser

Amber Henshaw, blogging from Ethiopia, reports that the country's two main opposition parties held a news conference rejecting yesterday's election results and calling on the government to form a government...

Ethiopia: Addis Stories

Ethiopundit posts a history of master plans for Addis Ababa; in a way, it's also a history of the city itself.

Ethiopia: In the back of a ‘blue donkey’ line-cab – My favourite place in Ethiopia #3

Andrew Heavens writes about the bustling public transportation system in Addis Ababa.

Ethiopia: What Ethiopia's bloggers are talking about

Andrew Heavens of Meskel Square has set up a tag cloud to track what Ethiopean bloggers are talking about.

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