Ogaden Peace Talks Collapse in Ethiopia

The latest round of peace talks between the secessionist movement and the government has reached an impasse, with the movement's founder saying "he currently cannot see a way for the talks to continue."
  • Ethiopia:  Ogaden Peace Talks Fail

    Inter Press Service, 13 November 2012

    Many were hoping that recent peace talks between the Ethiopian government and Ogaden rebels would signal an end to the gruelling 18-year-old conflict. The latest round of talks,... read more »

A high rate of livestock deaths is reported in the Ogaden region due to drought and other factors.

  • East Africa:  How Will Ethiopia Fare After Zenawi?

    The Star, 1 November 2012

    Just a couple of months after Ethiopia bid farewell to Meles Zenawi, a new wave of expectations is sweeping across the country and the region over what the future holds as new... read more »

  • Ethiopia:  Dealing With the Ogaden Rebellion

    UN Integrated Regional Information Networks, 29 October 2012

    Any hopes for an imminent end to conflict in Ethiopia’s Somali region were dashed earlier this month when talks between the government and the separatist Ogaden National... read more »

  • Ethiopia:  Peace Talks Between Ethiopia and Ogaden Rebels Failed

    Sudan Tribune, 19 October 2012

    Peace talks between the Ethiopian government and with a faction of the Ogaden National Liberation Front (ONLF) ended on Wednesday without a breakthrough.read more »

  • Ethiopia:  Peace Talks With Govt and Rebel Group Stalled

    Garowe Online, 18 October 2012

    Peace talks being mediated by the Kenyan government between the ONLF and the Ethiopian government stalled on Thursday, Garowe Online reports.read more »