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Ethiopia must prepare to fight Somali Islamists-PM
ADDIS ABABA, Nov 23 (Reuters):
Ethiopian PM Meles Zeinawi Ethiopia's prime minister urged lawmakers on Thursday to back plans to fight Somali Islamists who he said pose a "clear and present danger" after declaring holy war on Ethiopia.

Prime Minister Meles Zenawi stopped short of declaring war against the Islamists who are Somalia's dominant power.

But he said: "Their preparedness is serious and we must be in a position to use comparative force to blunt the intended invasion."
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The 4th International Conference on Ethiopian Development Studies (ICEDS)
Values that we need to pass on to our kids
Nov. 30  2006
Credit, Savings Company disburses close to 29mln birr loan to urban dwellers in Tigrai State
Ethiopia, Eritrea reject border commission's plan to draw up new maps
Operation Smile launches mission to Ethiopia
Somali Islamists clash with Ethiopian forces in southern Somalia
Somali region to switch to Sharia
New Years Party  in DC
Nov. 21  2006
Over 5,000 farmers benefiting from modern apiculture in Eastern Tigray Zone
Ethiopian zoo poisons rare lions to cut costs, official says
Eritrea says border stalemate puts region at risk
Eritrea's mediation in Darfur controversial
Press freedom group says Eritrea arrests 9 reporters
Students face death over dope
Bank exec in his prime
Banker Daniel Yohannes For much of his career, Daniel Yohannes had to worry about one kind of green - boosting the bottom line at financial giant U.S. Bancorp.

Now Yohannes is focused on a wider palette of green - funding up-and-coming businesses in alternative energy, energy conservation, organic foods and related fields.

Yohannes immigrated to Los Angeles from Ethiopia at 17 with $150 in his pocket. He went to college and entered the banking business.

Based in Denver, Yohannes became one of the vice chairmen at the nation's sixth-largest bank before leaving in 2003 to seek new challenges.
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Nov. 22  2006
Somali Islamists accuse Ethiopia of war threat
Ethiopian premier says his country prepared for potential attack from Islamic group in Somalia
Ethiopian elite look to continue domination - 2006 TOYOTA Great Ethiopian Run PREVIEW
Girma Wake – a vision for Ethiopian
Family honors holiday with Ethiopian flare
Somalia tense as Ethiopian troops, Islamic fighters gather
Nov. 24  2006
African Taliban Declare 'Holy War' Against Ethiopia
Somalia Braces for War As Residents Flee
Family feud likely cause of shootings
Ethiopia to patiently exhaust all peaceful means of solving problems with jihadists PM
Somalia’s threaten to attack Ethiopian troops in Galkayo, central Somalia
South Sudanese lawmakers visit Ethiopian parliament
Kenyan paper says Islamist letters led to US alert
Ethiopia issues Somalia threat
Nov. 26  2006
Nov. 26  2006
National Education Leadership, Administration Conference kicks off in Mekelle
European Parliament slammed over interference of Ethiopia's poll
U.S. to suspend visa services in Eritrea
Ethiopian coffee trademark dispute may leave Starbucks with nasty taste
Senior Islamist calls US officials to visit Somalia
Ethiopia is firm on taking appropriate measures to ensure its security
Nov. 27  2006
Ethiopian 'clash' with Islamists
Ethiopia accused of Somalia attack
Mujahideen Brigades of Eritrea Issue a Video of Ambushing an Enemy
Brothers could face death penalty
Somalia Conflict Risk Alert
Ethiopia compelled to defend itself
Toronto New Year EVE Party
Nov. 28  2006
EEPCo to provide round-the-clock electric power supply for five rural towns in Tigray State
Eritrea, Ethiopia given a year to end border stalemate
More food available, but millions still in need
Ethiopia says fails to agree Starbucks deal
Ethiopian-born traveler, deemed security risk, denied freedom
Eritrea Chooses Security Over Press Freedom
Private UAE airline to launch Eritrea-Kenya flights
Nov. 29  2006
Ethiopia Parliament Authorizes Action Against Somali Islamists
Ethiopia's parliament voted Thursday to give Prime Minister Meles Zenawi the authority to take any legal action necessary to combat what the Meles government has described as a "clear and present danger" from Islamist
Islamists 'ambush' Ethiopia truck
An Ethiopian military convoy in Somalia has been ambushed by fighters loyal to the powerful Union of Islamic Courts (UIC), witnesses said on Thursday.
UN, EC help upgrade Ethiopia's food security information system
The UN Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) and the Delegation of the European Commission (EC) to Ethiopian on Wednesday signed a two-million-euro (2.63 million U.S. dollars) agreement to strengthen the food security information systems in Ethiopia.
Addis to Host Nile Basin Dev't Forum
The Ministry of Water Resources and the Nile Basin Initiative jointly announced that the Nile Basin Development Forum will be held at the UN Conference centre beginning tomorrow.
Afewerki, Bashir discuss Eritrea-Sudan ties, Darfur crisis
Eritrean President Isayas Afewerki today arrived in Khartoum on a short visit to the country. He held talks with the Sudanese president, Omar Hassan al-Bashir on ways to improve bilateral ties and Darfur peace process.