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Friday, March 02, 2007

The Week in Review


March 4 - Candlelight vigil in front of the White House for prisoners of Conscience in Ethiopia


-Part 2 of Prof. Al Mariam Interview (forward to 18 min.)

More on the Confusion surrounding the missing westerners in Ethiopia

-Kidnap Britons spotted in Ethiopia
-Ethiopia accuses Eritrea over missing tourists
-Eritrea denies kidnap accusation
-British search team sent to Ethiopia

The Week in Review

  • Monday - February 26, 2007

  • [U.S. silence worries Ethiopians] - [Hundreds Hospitalized in Somali Unrest] - [Ugandan troops in Somalia this week: Somali president] - [US warship tackles Somali pirates] - [Activists' trial halted again] - [Ethiopia second lowest in World chubbiness survey]

  • Tuesday - February 27, 2007

  • [Index on Censorship nominates Yalemzewd Bekele for Award] - [UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs humanitarian news and analysis] - [ETHIOPIA-ISRAEL: Waiting Falash Mura languish in squalor] - [Lewit: AP Reporter sacked by VOA ] - [Ship hijackers caught in Somalia]

  • Wednesday, February 28, 2007

  • [Open letter from... Accused number 44 under the Case File Engineer Hailu Shawel] - [March 5 court news, Addis Abeba (satire)] - [Gossip column on Tamrat Layne ] - [Foreign suspect detained in Ethiopia Protests his innocence ]

  • Thursday - March 01, 2007

  • [Families of the Detained : Victimizing Innocent civilians in the name of defeating Shabia is a crime] - [US ambassador working to get political prisoners released] - [First AU peacekeepers land in Somalia?] - [Uganda Denies Peacekeepers In Somalia ] - [ our force will not disarm Somali militias: Museveni]

  • Friday - March 02, 2007

  • [Confusion over westerners missing in Ethiopia] - [Nation Celebrates Adowa Victory 111th Anniversary Today] - [Reuters: Blasts shake Somali capital Mogadishu ] - [AU chief supports press freedom]