Ethiopians in Europe flocking to London for rally

london_rally_032207.jpgLondon (1 April 2009) Ethiopians from all corners of European cities are heading to London to participate on the rally against the Ethiopia’s brutal dictator, Meles Zenawi who is invited by the British PM for G20 summit, organizers of the world wide rally for justice and human rights in Ethiopia said.

World leaders, including Mr. Obama’s are in London to attend the G20 summit hosted by British Prime Minister Gordon Brown on Thuruday, 2 April 2009, which focus on the financial and economic crisis of the world.

Ethiopians are arriving in London from Sweden, Holland, Switzerland, Germany, Italy, Norway, France, Belgium, Finland and Australia. Meles Zenawi will face a huge protest tomorrow at ExCel center in London, according to the organizers.

The demonstrators, who are also accompany by Somali citizens and international activists, will demand justice for the war crimes and crimes against humanity committed in Ethiopia and Somalia by Zenawi’s regime.

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