South Sudan presidency denies diplomatic row with Ethiopia | Radio … – Radio Tamazuj

JUBA (27 Jan.) South Sudan’s presidency has denied existence of a diplomatic row with Ethiopia following rumours that Juba had accepted an Egyptian request to support Ethiopian rebels during a recent... Read more »

South Sudan presidency denies diplomatic row with Ethiopia – Radio Tamazuj

JUBA (27 Jan.) South Sudan’s presidency has denied existence of a diplomatic row with Ethiopia following rumours that Juba had accepted an Egyptian request to support Ethiopian rebels during a recent... Read more »

Ethiopia: Oromo leader denies terrorism links, remanded till January … – africanews

Dr Merera Gudina, a leading opposition figure and Chairman of the Oromo Federalist Congress (OFC), has denied charges of terrorist links the Ethiopian government accuses him of. His lawyers said he (Gudina)... Read more »

Ethiopia: Oromo leader denies terrorism links, remanded till January 28 – africanews

Dr Merera Gudina, a leading opposition figure and Chairman of the Oromo Federalist Congress (OFC), has denied charges of terrorist links the Ethiopian government accuses him of. His lawyers said he (Gudina)... Read more »

Saudi official denies any funding of Ethiopia's Renaissance Dam … – Middle East Monitor

The head of the Middle East Centre for Strategic and Legal Studies, Anwar Eshki, has denied media reports claiming that Saudi Arabia intends to finance the construction of Ethiopia’s Renaissance Dam. Retired... Read more »

Ethiopian opposition leader denies supporting South Sudan against rebels

April 6, 2015 (JUBA) – The leader of an Ethiopian rebel movement, known as the Ethiopia United Patriots Front (EUPF), has dismissed as “baseless” reports alleging that his forces were being hosted... Read more »

Ethiopia: Govt denies troops killed by Ogaden rebels

BBC: Ethiopia has denied claims that 25 of its soldiers have been killed by rebels in its oil-producing Somali region. The Ogaden National Liberation Front (ONLF) said it attacked a military convoy... Read more »