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Standoff between Horn of Africa duo continues

Oct 19, 2005- Anthony Mitchell (Iol) - "You could implement the decision by dissecting villages left, right and centre and creating a permanent source of tension, or... on the basis of give and take, mutual understanding, try and find a solution that has lasting effect as far as peace is concerned," said Meles, a former guerrilla fighter who fought alongside Eritrean President Isayas Afeworki in toppling Ethiopia's former brutal military junta.

Ethiopia's Meles says opposition planning violence

Sep 25, 2005- ADDIS ABABA (Reuters) - Ethiopian Prime Minister Meles Zenawi said on Sunday a rally called by the opposition next month was part of a plot to spark violence and topple his government. "The demonstration that opposition political parties are contemplating is part of a serious crime," he said of the planned October 2 protest against alleged poll fraud and rights abuses

Ethiopia's Gov't blames EU for election violence

THE JERUSALEM POST  27-Aug-05 06:25

The National Electoral Board also rejected the EU's report as indicative that the EU mission was biased in favor of the opposition.

Ethiopia's Gov't blames EU for election violence

THE JERUSALEM POST  27-Aug-05 06:25

The National Electoral Board also rejected the EU's report as indicative that the EU mission was biased in favor of the opposition.

Ethiopia's disputed polls usher in democracy

By FRED OLUOCH
Special Correspondent