Stories about Ethiopia from August, 2005
Nazret.com's Ethioblog posts the response of Ethiopian Prime Minister Meles Zenawi to criticisms of the country's elections by EU monitors.
Ethiopundit compiles accounts of the June 8 massacre of civilians in Addis Ababa.
Nazret.com's Ethioblog compiles a round-up of news reports about criticisms of the Ethiopian elections by EU election observers.
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.
Ethiopundit takes us on a whistle-stop tour of “Revolutionary Democracy”, the guiding ideology of Ethiopa's ruling party.
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 and Web site.
Friends of Ethiopa posts extracts from a speech slamming Western inconsistencies on matters of human rights in African countries, among other things.
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 of national unity.
Ethiopundit posts a history of master plans for Addis Ababa; in a way, it's also a history of the city itself.
Andrew Heavens writes about the bustling public transportation system in Addis Ababa.
Andrew Heavens of Meskel Square has set up a tag cloud to track what Ethiopean bloggers are talking about.