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Sudanese soldiers kill five Ethiopians
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Ethiopian People's Revolutionary Party (EPRP)

June 02/2011


Sudanese soldiers kill five Ethiopians

The EPRP vigorously condemns the murder of five Ethiopian villagers at Korgena(situated between the border garrison town of Metema and Mendoka) by Sudanese soldiers who had crossed into Ethiopia.

On May 22, armed Sudanese soldiers crossed into Korgena and told the villagers to evacuate as Korgena has been given to the Sudan by the EPRDF of Meles Zenawi. The Ethiopian villagers resisted and the Sudanese soldiers opened fire and killed five before they were able to overcome the villagers and take control of Korgena. The soldiers of the EPRDF did not come to help the Ethiopian villagers. After the takeover, the Sudanese soldiers have proceeded to put up border posts and markings.

This delineation of the border is proceeding up to Gelegu in Quara with the Sudanese forcefully chasing villagers out of their land and taking Ethiopian territory as their own with full backing of the
traitorous regime of Meles Zenawi. It is to be noted that Sudanese soldiers are still on Ethiopian soil at Quara (especially around Nefso Gebeya hill)
The EPRP condemns the sold out regime in Addis Abeba and the invading Sudanese government.

The violation of Ethiopian territorial integrity cannot be tolerated and the
EPRP has called on the people to protect Ethiopia’s sovereignty by all means necessary.

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