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Re: The State of the Woyane Military

Post by }:-{] » 04 Jun 2012, 22:43

The weak Woyane military, surrounds the largest Ethiopian civilian city of Addis Ababa.

http://av.voanews.com/VOA_Amharic/91/34 ... ab0604.mp3

Re: The State of the Woyane Military

Post by }:-{] » 03 May 2012, 19:42

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=endscreen&NR=1&v=UGrYzLZUwRM[/youtube]

Re: The State of the Woyane Military

Post by }:-{] » 02 May 2012, 20:33

The Washington Post
ADDIS ABABA, Ethiopia — An official says gunmen attacked a commercial farm in Ethiopia’s western Gambella region and killed five workers.
Government spokesman Shimeles Kemal said Sunday that the attackers wounded nine people as they shot indiscriminately late Saturday at workers on the vast farm. The property is owned by Mohammed Al-Amoudi, an Ethiopian-born Saudi businessman who is among the world’s richest men.
He said that among the dead were four Ethiopians and a Pakistani national. Five Pakistanis were among the wounded.The official said six of the suspected assailants are now in police custody and that it is still unclear why the farm was targeted.The farm produces cash crops such as rice.
Copyright 2012 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.

http://ecadforum.com/articles/2012/04/2 ... oudi-farm/

Re: The State of the Woyane Military

Post by }:-{] » 01 May 2012, 18:12

EDITOR’S NOTE: The Woyanne regime-controlled Ethiopian News Agency (ENA) reported today that several employees, including Pakistani nationals, working for Al Amoudi in the southwestern Ethiopian region of Gambella have been killed and wounded by an armed group last night. Read the report below:

(ENA) — Four Ethiopians and a Pakistani, employees of the Saudi Star Agricultural Business Headquarters in Gabellla State were killed and injured eight others in a shooting late on Saturday, the Gambella State Police Commission said.

In a press release it sent to ENA on Sunday the Commission said the fatal incident occurred at a construction site five kms away from the organization headquarters.

The Commission said some ten suspected assailants are in police custody.

The Police said the joint investigative team consisting of regional and federal security forces is undertaking the investigation to bring the perpetrators of this heinous crime before justice.

The Commission said the public is enjoying the fruits of development and democratization owing to the prevailing peace and stability in the region.

The Commission called upon the public to cooperate with the police in its effort to bring swiftly the culprits to justice.

The Commission expresses deepest condolences to the victims and their families of this cowardly attack and wished solace and speedy recovery to the injured.

Sponsor ETHIOPIAN REVIEW

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Re: The State of the Woyane Military

Post by Aragaw » 23 Apr 2012, 13:21

}:-{] wrote:
aragaw wrote:
}:-{] wrote:Woyane is so weak that it is manufacturing its own adventures :D


አንተ ጭልፍ ፊት , if weyane is "manufacturing its own adventures" why bother with responding........መቼም ሞራል ግንባታ ትችልበታለህ ኣይዞህ መልሼ አልዋጋም ማለቱ ፈሪ ኣያሰኝህም አቅምን ማወቅ ነው የሚያሳየው :: አንት ግን ጉራ መንፋቱን አቁም

Eritrea 'will not fight Ethiopia'

Eritrea has said it will not retaliate after Ethiopia's cross-border raid on Thursday, easing fears of a new conflict between the long-time rivals.
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-africa-17397091


Obamajr. wrote: :lol: እዉነትም ጭልፋ ፊት


LOL the Woyanes want to pretend that they went to war against Eritrea and won, ROFL; go ahead and enjoy your delusion, unfortunately people become delusional when they start to lose hope.


}:-{],

እስቲ መጀመሪያ ቂጥህላይ የተወጋህው ቁስል ይድረቅና ሌላውን ተረት በደንብ በቂጥህ መቀመጥ ስትችል ታነጅባለህ :lol: :lol:

Re: The State of the Woyane Military

Post by }:-{] » 21 Apr 2012, 21:50

Re: The State of the Woyane Military

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Re: The State of the Woyane Military

Post by }:-{] » 11 Apr 2012, 21:52

April 9, 2012 (KHARTOUM) – A convoy carrying the governor of Sudan’s eastern state of Al-Qadarif across the shared borders with Ethiopia on Sunday was attacked by suspected members of the Ethiopian gang known as Shifta, Sudan Tribune has learned.

The attack took place as the convoy of the governor, Karam Allah Abbas, was crossing Um Dabalo area in Abu Sanda Sudanese locality bordering Ethiopia. Abbas was on his way to the neighboring Amhara Region of Ethiopia for a meeting with its governor when he stopped in Um Dabalo after spotting an Ethiopian farmer working in the area.

The governor started an argument with the Ethiopian farmer and told him that the land belongs to Sudan, at which point a group of armed Ethiopian men arrived at the scene and opened fire on the governor’s convoy.

Although no one was harmed in the fire, Abbas immediately cancelled his trip to the Amhara region and called in security reinforcements to escort his convoy back to Al-Qadarif.

Sources told Sudan Tribune that the incident had infuriated the governor who later threatened to sever his state’s ties with Ethiopia without referring to the central government in Khartoum.

The sources added that the governor had also threatened to lead a military campaign against the Shifta gangs and arm Sudanese tribes to fight them.

Sudan and Ethiopia agreed to demarcate their border, signed a number security agreements and also implementing a number of joint development projects for the population on the border zones.

However, Ethiopian opoosition groups criticized the demarcation saying that Prime Minister Zenawi conceded Ethiopian territory to the Sudan to compensate Khartoum for arresting rebels and banning their activities in the neighbouring country.

The governor of the Amhara Region Ato Ayalew Gobeze officially apologized to Abbas for the attack by the Shifta and promised to cooperate with Sudanese authorities in hunting down the perpetrators.

Meanwhile, local security authorities in Al-Qadarif announced on Monday that 12 suspects had been arrested in relation with the attack.

Al-Qadarif state government also announced that it intends to lodge an official complaint to the Ethiopian government against the attack.

(ST)




http://www.sudantribune.com/Ethiopian-g ... nese,42185

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