CNN anchor Erin Burnett’s calls Meles Zenawi a dictator and describe what it means his death to the US government and her stay in Ethiopia AddisNewsAddisZenaCNNcnn erin burnetterin burnett cnnMeles Deadmeles diesMeles Dies at 57Meles Healthmeles zenawiMeles Zenawi wifePrime Minister Meles Zenawi FacebookTwitterLinkedinEmail yeEthiopiaforums previous post ESAT News DC 22 August 2012 Ethiopia next post ESAT Ethiopian News August 23, 2012 Related Posts ‘Disturbing’ rape allegations in Ethiopia’s Tigray conflict: UN... January 22, 2021 Ethiopia Says Seyoum Mesfin Killed by Military After... January 18, 2021 What is reigniting a border dispute between Ethiopia... January 15, 2021 Tigray: Ethiopian army kills ex-Foreign Minister Seyoum Mesfin... January 13, 2021 Boeing orders come up short despite 737 MAX’s... January 12, 2021 Ethiopia says it killed 15 Tigray forces, captured... January 11, 2021 2 comments Anonymous August 23, 2012 - 5:30 pm why do they always say “what’s in it for us” every time something big happens in poor nations. Erin complained about the U.S government gives Ethiopia billions of dollars every years and the Chineese are the ones who are investing and benefiting from Ethiopia. she never mentioned what the Ethiopian government do in return to the billion dollar donation, they fight America’s war and die. She could have also talked about the impact of the death of the Premier’s death on 90 + million Ethiopians. Reply Nafkot August 24, 2012 - 7:35 am I don’t even call this a report, a news or what so ever. It is just lamentation. Erin, you may think you know a lot about Ethiopia, but I don’t think so. Your comparison lacks credibility. China is engaged in construction business, the US on the other hand has a political agenda at the expense of Ethiopian govt and Ethiopians. The US always pours dollars of the tax – payers not to help the other nation but to accomplish its national interest.You don’t even have the right to call the Ethiopian PM, ‘ a dictator ‘, that is non of your business. Let the Ethiopians say what they have to say about the late PM. Shame on you, Erin. Reply Leave a Reply to Anonymous Cancel Reply Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.