Meles' death leaves Ethiopia reeling

Aug 26, 2012 Read more: Gulf Times

An Ethiopian man grieving as he walks past a portrait of the late Ethiopian prime minister Meles Zenawi, at the National Palace in Addis Ababa It says much when the long-time rulers of two of Africas largest, most important nations, Egypts Hosni Mubarak and Ethiopias Meles Zenawi,had to fly to Europe for critical medical treatment because their own ... (more)

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#1 Aug 26, 2012
WE ethiopias are expresing our deapest ever sorrow we faced by the death of our extra-ordinary,democratic,muil ty-skilled,level headed,civil servant leader MELES ZENAWIE by crying loudly.

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#2 Aug 26, 2012
Well 6% of Ethiopians (tigres!) are depressed! What do you make of thé 94%??

Who Ever is going to lead this nation had to be conscious of that and do a major change in uniting Ethiopia of not western will just help themselves with our cotton, coffee gold port.,, wheneles wake up on that reality, it was too late for him ...and so does TPLF right now... The country future relies on a leader who cam see that and implement mediate change! Free all our intellect to build this country for God sacked!

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