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Ethiopia PM Zenawi in ‘critical’ state in Brussels

July 18, 2012

Ethiopia PM Zenawi in ‘critical’ state in Brussels  Agence France Presse (AFP)

Ethiopian Prime Minister Meles Zenawi is in a Brussels clinic and is in a “critical” state, several diplomatic sources told AFP on Wednesday.

“He is in a critical state,” said a diplomat who asked not to be named.

source: Agence France Presse (AFP)

Durame reported the following

Ethiopia: Meles Zenawi is in critical condition

July 18, 2012 — Agence France-Presse (AFP) has just reported from Brussels that Meles Zenawi, Ethiopia’s longtime ruler, is in “critical state” and that his “life threatened.”

Citing a western diplomatic source, AFP is the first major western news agency to claim Meles’ health status as being in a critical state.

The Ethiopian government has also cancelled a scheduled news conference on Meles’ ailing health today, raising further speculations that the regime is in no mood to admit the 57-year-old prime minister is gravely ill and near death.

Voice of America’s David Arnold first reported the government would give a news conference on the premier’s health yesterday, however, our sources in the capital confirmed it has been cancelled.

Meles, who has battled substance abuse his entire adult life, has not been publicly seen in weeks. Last Monday, his handpicked deputy prime minister and foreign minister, Hailemariam Desalegne, confirmed that Meles is in poor health, but declined to give specifics.

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