National Palace & Addis Ababa
The National Palace Museum (Guólì Gùgōng Bówùyuàn) is an art museum in Taipei City. It is the national museum of the Republic of China (Taiwan), and has a permanent collection of 693,507 pieces of ancient Chinese artifacts and artworks, making it one of the largest in the world. Addis Ababa (sometimes spelled Addis Abeba, the spelling used by the official Ethiopian Mapping Authority) is the capital city of Ethiopia./5
Benjamin Netanyahu was welcomed this morning to the National Palace in Addis Ababa
Israeli Prime Minister is escorted at the National Palace during his State visit to Addis Ababa, Ethiopia htt…
The widow of the late Ethiopia Prime Minister, Meles Zenawi, hasrefused to vacate Ethiopia's State House, otherwise known as the National Palace. Mrs Azeb Mesfin, has ignored several government letters asking her to leave the palace, despite being given an option of three residential villas in Addis Ababa. She has even refused to have a look at them. Meles Zenawi passed away officially on 20th August, though it is almost generally agreed that his death was kept secret for almost one month. Hailemariam Desalegn replaced him as the Prime Minister of Ethiopia, but until now, he has not had a chance to move into the palace. It has now been almost four weeks since the newleader was sworn in, but despitethe numerous letters to Mrs Azeb, she has refused to vacate. The new Prime Minister is said tobe finding it very hard to undertake his duties, since he has to go to his office very early to beat the morning trafficand back home very late for thesame reason. Together with his family, the new leader is currently l ...
Occupy palace – Week 2 Elias | October 5th, 2012 It’s been 2 weeks now since the widow of Ethiopia’s dictator Meles Zenawi has been refusing to leave the Prime Minister’s residence in the National Place. Azeb Mesfin, aka the mother of corruption, is causing a major embarrassment for the new Prime Minister, Hailemariam Desalegn, and his government by refusing to vacate the official residence of the Prime Minister as the law requires. He is also exposed to security threats by having to travel to the National Palace every morning from his home in the Bole neighborhood of Addis Ababa. Hailemariam was sworn in two weeks ago, Friday, September 21.
1. The biggest news in Addis Ababa and other cities in Ethiopia yesterday and today has been the reported death/disappearance of Ethiopian-Saudi Billionaire Mohammed Al Amoudi, even though the news has not be confirmed yet. The number of people visiting Meles’s body at the National Palace to pay ‘respect’ has dramatically decreased since yesterday following the story about Al Amoudi.
Thousands to mourn at National Palace, Addis Ababa, this week-end. Likely to last until funeral, on Sunday.
Some of the 1 million homeless people in Ethiopia’s capital Addis Ababa went to the National Palace to bid farewell to Meles Zenawi and express their appreciation for every thing he did for them. The homeless people seemed to be genuinely grief-stricken because now there is no one to take care of th...
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