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Ethiopia: Call on Congressman Chris Smith to save life of the most revered young political prisoner

The Horn Times News Letter 27 Jan 2013 by Getahune Bekele Andualem Arage There is a renewed hope in Ethiopia that the much awaited visit of Congressman Chris Smith to the severely tyrannized nation would help alleviate the plig...
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Ethiopian judge rejects Reeyot Alemu’s final appeal

In a ruling that lasted five minutes, a new judge appointed to the Ethiopian Court of Cassation in the capital, Addis Ababa, rejected on January 8, 2012, an appeal filed on behalf of award-winning journalist Reeyot Alemu, accor...

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Ethiopia: 4 journalists win free speech prize

Human Rights Watch December 20, 2012 (New York) – Four Ethiopian journalists have received the prestigious Hellman/Hammett award for 2012 in recognition of their efforts to promote free expression in Ethiopia, one of the ...
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CPJ: Eritrea, Ethiopia rank Africa’s worst jailer of the press

(Dec 13, 2012 (PARIS, Sudan Tribune)–Eritrea and Ethiopia have respectively become Africa’s leading jailers of journalists, according to the jailed Journalists List of 2012 released by the US-based, Committee to Protect J...

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German Rights Groups Condemned the TPLF Genocidal Regime

Ethiopia Throttles Rights Organisations By Ed McKenna ADDIS ABABA , Nov 22 2012 (IPS) – The world received contradictory signals about Ethiopia’s human rights record when in the same week it was elected to the United Nati...
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Hampering Free Press Is Unconstitutional! & Respect the Rights of the Convicted!

Ethiopian Human right council Date-September 5, 2012 Press Release 1. Recalling our previous Press Release (May 19, 2012) and Urgent Appeal (August 6, 2012) that called upon the concerned organs both national and international,...

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Ethiopia: Supreme Court ruling marks a further erosion of human rights work in Ethiopia

PUBLIC STATEMENT 19 October 2012 AI Index: AFR 25/014/2012 Supreme Court ruling marks a further erosion of human rights work in Ethiopia Amnesty International, CIVICUS and Human Rights Watch are deeply concerned at the 19 Octob...

World Bank Feeding Repression in Ethiopia

The child in the man’s arms is painfully thin. The father is hungry too. He lives in southern Ethiopia, where food shortages are an annual occurrence. There are food distributions in his village but the man, let’s c...