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Ethiopia’s Tigray crisis falsely described by the international press

Washington Update Nov. 29, 2020   The crisis in Ethiopia is being falsely described in the international press. The war was started by the TPLF. The central government had to respond to the massacre committed by the TPLF in Mai-Kadra. The International community must condemn the November 12 massacre in Mai-Kadra where over 600 innocent people were killed by TPLF soldiers and militia as they retreated from the town, according to Amnesty International and the Ethiopian Human Rights Commission. The TPLF leadership must surrender to face justice for these crimes.   Although the central government has taken control of Mekele,…

A new website for Kinijit party. www.kinijitethiopia.org

KINIJIT A new website for Kinijit party. www.kinijitethiopia.org Press Statement FRIDAY 15 DECEMBER 2006 KIL-015/06 December 14, 2006 —Kinijit International is pleased to announce that, using the mandate accorded to it by KinijitEthiopia, it has set up the official Kinijit website. The new website, kinijitethiopia.org is areplacement…

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“The Progressive Club” has to stand by Progressive, against Oppressive

Coalition for Unity and Democracy Party (Kinijit) North America Representative Office “The Progressive Club” is expected to align with the progressive and not the oppressive Feb 12, 2006 (WASHINGTON) — A group of world leaders who are members of “The Progressive Club” met at a…

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Opposition CUDP decries mockery of justice in Ethiopia

Coalition for Unity and Democracy Party (Kinijit) http://www.kinijitethiopia.orge-mail kil@kinijitinternational.orgVoice Mail/Fax 1-206-203-3974 Press ReleaseKIL-010/07 Mockery of justice by emboldened naked tyranny April 5, 2007 — The kangaroo court of the increasingly emboldened tyrant Meles Zenawi has dealt yet another flagrant andsevere blow to the cause of justice,…

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Ethiopia’s Kinijit Diaspora leadership, the sources of uncertain future

Holding Back Sobbing Children at their Mother’s Untimely Death and Not Explaining what Happened is both Wrong and Unfair By Maru Gubena September 4, 2006 — As in any society, a good number of Ethiopians residing throughout the international community feel we are carrying a…

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Ethiopia’s May 2005 elections, It was not your normal election

It was not your normal election: Was It a Dress Rehearsal for the Coming Freedom “Revolution”? By Yared Tibebu Jan 24, 2006 — This article is initiated by CUD’s, Coalition for Unity and Democracy Vice President, Ms. Bertukan Mideksa’s prison letter from Kaliti and Professor…

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Ethiopia’s opposition CUD forms international leadership

Message from KINIJIT Leadership in Kality Prison On the formation of KINIJIT International Leadership May 14, 2006 (ADDIS ABABA) — In spite of imprisonment of most of the top leadership of the CUDP in early November 2005 and subsequent massive repression throughout the country by…

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EPRDF: A danger to Ethiopia’s national interest – Kinijit

Coalition for Unity and Democracy Party (Kinijit) http://www.kinijitethiopia.org e-mail kil@kinijitinternational.org Voice Mail/Fax 1-206-203-3974  Press Release  January 2, 2006  KIL-001/07 The primary mission of Coalition for Unity and Democracy Party (CUDP/Kinijit) has been and will always be the protection of Ethiopia’s national interest. After defiantly rejecting for…

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48-hour vigil at the U.S. State Department

The 48-hour vigil that started yesterday has ended today after State Department officials left early for the New Year holiday. The participation was greater than anticipated by the organizers. There will be more vigils like this in the coming few days. Dec 30, 8:40 AM…

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Horn of Africa ‘crisis’, UN warns

Eritrea said the peacekeepers must leave by Friday The United Nations peacekeeping head has warned of a “crisis” in the Horn of Africa, as western UN troops left Eritrea after being ordered out.Almost 90 western troops have left Eritrea. Jean-Marie Guehenno said he had never…

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How Horn of Africa brothers fell out

Michela Wrong, author of a recent book on Eritrea, reflects on the differences in outlook between two nations that have made the Ethiopia-Eritrea conflict so intractable. The intransigence of both sides exasperates negotiators The two-hour drive between the Eritrean capital, Asmara, and the town of…

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How Horn of Africa brothers fell out

Doubts surround a proposed US mission to Eritrea, to discuss the border dispute which it is feared could start a new conflict with Ethiopia. President Isaias Afewerki has refused to allow the team of diplomats and army officials to visit the border area. But Eritrean…

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Mandatory Credit: Photo by Epa/Shutterstock (7818395b) (l-r) Prof Mesfin Birtukan Midek Berhanu Nega and Hailu Showel Leaders of the Cud (coalition For Unity and Democracy) Listen to Foreing Journalists' Questions at the Crime Investigation Commission's Headquarters in Addis Ababa Ethiopia On Sunday 27 November 2005 the Cud Opposition Members Said They Will Start a Hunger Strike Tomorrow While and Rejecting Accusation of Treason and to Have Organised the Last Post Election Riots in Which Dozens of People Were Killed Ethiopia Opposition - Nov 2005

IRIN’s Interview with Berhanu Nega

Monday, December 12, 2005 “I deserve and Ethiopians deserve as much rights, as much democratic government as anyone else. In fact, we need it more for our development.” – Berhanu Nega, Ethiopian Prisoner of Conscience. On May 30, 2003 the Integrated Regional Information Networks (IRIN) posted an interview it…

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