Ethiopian Prime Minister Meles Zenawi passed away at the age of 57
After being sick for two months and getting medical treatment due to a complication of an infection the Ethiopian Prime Minister Meles Zenawi has died at the age of 57. We at Tigrai Online would like to express our deepest sadness and sarrow to Prime Minister Meles Zenawi's family and the Ethiopian People.
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Beyond Expectations: The Enduring Image of Prime Minister Meles’ Legacy
Meles was a modest man, but with exceptional abilities. Thus without attempting to idealize or glorify in death beyond what he was in life, I hope Meles would not be unhappy if in passing I mention that he was a fighter, a teacher of cadres, a political ideologue with great vision
Why is Ethiopia Crying For Premier Meles?
Ethiopia is inconsolably weeping for her golden son who prematurely passed away. Prime Minister Meles Zenawi earned the respect and admiration of his people because of his track record over the last 21 years. He moved heaven and earth to improve the lives of his fellow countrymen and women, and tremendous strides have been made in all sectors.
CNN’s Erin Burnett - Crass Stupidity
CNN’s journalist, Erin Burnett recent outburst, diatribe and shenanigan against Ethiopia and the late Ethiopian Prime Minster Meles Zenawi are mind boggling in terms of its crass stupidity, arrogance and cruelty.
France Opens Yasir Arafat's assassination inquiry
Ehight years after his death, there is a great indication that he might have been poisoned by polonium-210. The Institute of Radiation Physics in Lausanne examined some of Arafat’s personal items and found abnormal quantities of the naturally occurring but highly rare radioactive material.
Ethiopia Government and African Development Bank Sign US$251-million Loan
Ethiopia and the African Development Bank have signed a US$ 251-million loan agreement for the "Promoting Basic Services" (PBS) Phase III Program. The agreement was signed at a ceremony held at the Ethiopian Ministry of Finance and Economic Development here.
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