Daily Archives: March 14, 2012
A “restrictive” law in Ethiopia is exceedingly crippling rights groups, according to an Amnesty International report.
The rights watchdog pronounced a law, that it called “vaguely worded,” exceedingly restricts appropriation to inner organizations and allows for overreaching supervision interference.
“The supervision has implemented a law that has crippled tellurian rights work in Ethiopia,” pronounced Amnesty’s emissary Africa director, Michelle Kagari, in a statement, expelled on Monday. Read the rest of this entry
March 14, 2012
Mobile phone video footage that shows an Ethiopian domestic workman being beaten and dragged by force into a automobile underneath a gawk of bystanders outward a Ethiopian consulate in Beirut, Lebanon has caused indignant reactions among Ethiopian netizens.
The video shows her laying on her behind on a side of a highway surrounded by a perpetrators who are vocalization in Arabic. One of them is seen boring her by a arms and hair. She was facing while observant in Amharic “I will not go. we will not go.” Read the rest of this entry