I will attempt to highlight the main changes.
First, in the begining of last year Trombetta et. al came out with the paper:
A New Topology of the Human Y Chromosome Haplogroup E1b1 (E-P2) Revealed through the Use of Newly Characterized Binary Polymorphisms
This paper not only found new SNPs and structure below E1b1b1 (E-M35), but also revamped the overall E1b1 (E-P2) structure as seen below :
More over, the paper further confirmed what was previously thought about the origin of E1b1 (E-P2) in East Africa by stating:
"The new topology here reported has important implications as to the origins of the haplogroup E1b1. Using the principle of the phylogeographic parsimony, the resolution of the E1b1b trifurcation in favor of a common ancestor of E-M2 and E-M329 strongly supports the hypothesis that haplogroup E1b1 originated in eastern Africa, as previously suggested, and that chromosomes E-M2, so frequently observed in sub-Saharan Africa, trace their descent to a common ancestor present in eastern Africa."
The paper then went further to test the New SNPs on the old Cruciani '04 dataset , see below for the East African results once the New SNPs were incorporated:
Note that E-V42 and E-V92 were not found outside of Ethiopia, and that newly restructured 'sibling' of E-M35 , i.e. E-M281, found in the 34 Ethiopian Amhara sample (previously recognized as E-M215*).
Accordingly, SNPs from Haplogroup E tested in Ethiopia to date by the various papers published has been updated below. Note that Trombetta '11 is not itemized separately since the dataset is the same as that from Cruciani '04.
The next update for the E-M35 phylogeny came at the end of last year, however this time not in a form of a published paper but by the work of individuals in the genealogical community, by data mining Y-chromosomes from the 1000 genome project a couple of SNPs that changed the internal structure of E-M35 were found. The first SNP, labeled as Z827, united E-M123, E-V257, E-V42 and E-M293. The second SNP, labeled as Z830 found to be downstream of E-Z827, united E-M123, E-M293 and E-V42. The newly proposed structure is shown below, it is important to note that more samples need to be tested to verify this new structure.
This below is therefore an attempt at the phylogeographic route of E-M35 and its various major and minor subclades since its inception.