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Tribute to Shambel Samuel Truneh
Written by The CyberEthiopia Team   
Monday, 26 April 2010
Chambel Samuel Truneh
We are deeply saddened by the news of the death of Shambel Samuel Truneh.

Shambel Samuel has been an exceptional, prolific and prominent Warka participant since the inception in June 2000.
 
We join all Warka participants in extending our recognition of his profound patriotism, his valuable contributions to the online forums through relentless and active participation in various discussions.

We lost a great patriot! May his soul rest in peace.

The CyberEthiopia Team
 
ሻምበል ሳሙኤል ጥሩነህ በስደት በሚኖሩበት ሀገር ሲዊድን በህክመና ሲረዱ ከቆዩ ቡኃላ March 27/2010 ከዚህ አለም በሞት ተለይተዋል። የሻምበል ጥሩነህ ሀሙስ April 22/2010 በ Stockholm,Skogskyrkogårdከቀኑ 13.20 ወዳጆቻቸው ዘመድ ወገን በተገኙበት የቀብር ስነሥርዐቱ ተፈፅሞዋል። በቀብሩ ስርዐት ላይ የስዊድን የመኢአድ ድጋፍ ኮሜቴ እና የኢትዮጵያ አንበሶች ሩም ፓልቶክ  ለሻምበል ጥሩነህ የአበባ ጉንጉን አኑረዋል። እንዲሁም የተለያዩ የሲቪክና የፖለቲካ ድርጅቶች ሃዘናቸውን በስፍራው ገልፀዋል።
 
 
Virginia Declaration
Written by Advocacy for Ethiopia (AFE) and Ethiopian National Priorities Consultative Process (ENPCP)   
Saturday, 17 April 2010



Virginia Declaration of the Conference on Good Governance, Peace, Security and Sustainable Development in Ethiopia and the Horn of Africa

(Read the official Report)
 
A three day conference on Ethiopia and the Horn of Africa, which was organized by two civil society organizations- Advocacy for Ethiopia (AFE) and Ethiopian National Priorities Consultative Process (ENPCP), and sponsored by Trans Africa Forum and Africa Action, was successfully held in Crystal City, Virginia, from April 9 to 11, 2010. The participation of several hundreds of Ethiopians, experts, scholars from the United States and Europe, men and women of the Arts, former diplomats and leaders of civic organizations, with Honorable Ana Gomes of the European Parliament, speaking over the telephone from the Sudan, made the conference rich and unique. The conference addressed broad themes of good governance, conflict, civil society and development in Ethiopia and the Horn of Africa, and has adopted the following roadmap:
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US Criticizes Meles for Jamming VOA Signals
Written by VOA News   
Monday, 22 March 2010
VOA News The U.S. State Department has strongly criticized efforts by Ethiopia's prime minister to jam VOA broadcasts in Amharic, the country's main official language.

State Department Spokesman Gordon Duguid said in a release Friday that the decision by Prime Minister Meles Zenawi contradicts his country's commitments to a free press, even if he disagrees with the broadcasts.

The prime minister said Thursday he would authorize blocking the broadcasts , saying VOA's Amharic service practiced a disregard for the ethics of journalism.
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