PROUD TO SAY IT

The Gallant TPLF Fighters
Eternal glory to our martyrs!

WHAT IS NEW

American Embassy officials on October 1, 2009 announced the beginning of the 2011 Diversity Visa (DV) Lottery Program application season. Applicants may access the electronic Diversity Visa entry form (E-DV) at www.dvlottery.state.gov during the registration period.

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HARD TO BELIEVE!

Deported Eritrean diplomat sneaks back to Kenya and is arrested
Editors comment: Why on earth would a country sneak back its diplomat once he was deported unless he has unfinished business of terrorism? These ungrateful bandits don't have a shred of self respect, do they? They tried to sneak back to Ethiopia hiding behind Somali women’s dresses but the heroic Ethiopian army uncovered them, humiliated them and taught them a lesson they will never forget. Now they are trying to do the same in Kenya, well it does not look like they are having any luck there either. How shameful!

Code of Conduct for 2010 Election is Signed by the 4 parties

We hope the parties who signed this historic document will respect it and abide by it to the end of the election. This is a new chapter for Ethiopia and will bring peace to the country.

Headline News

Oct. 30 2009


The leader of Somalia's breakaway self-declared state of Somaliland called on Thursday for war against the hardline Shebab rebels as the region marked one year since deadly suicide attacks.

The Ethiopian ruling party and the three main opposition parties signed late on Friday in Addis-Ababa a “historical” agreement aimed at conducting the upcoming national election in a peaceful manner. The Electoral Code of Conduct agreement was signed after two months of negotiation.

Ethiopia Appoints New Representative to Somaliland
The Ethiopian government appointed a new representative to Somaliland on Thursday to replace its former one who has been changed last week.

Worldfocus Radio: Entrepreneurship in Ethiopia
Last year, the Economist magazine slotted Ethiopia as the fourth fastest growing economy in the world, ahead of China. The World Bank report “Doing Business 2010” ranks Ethiopia in the top 10 African nations in terms of the ease of doing business.