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."
A high rate of livestock deaths is reported in the Ogaden region due to drought and other factors.
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The Star, 1 November 2012
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Ethiopia: Dealing With the Ogaden Rebellion
UN Integrated Regional Information Networks, 29 October 2012
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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 »
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 »