June 20, 2012
The displacements are function in a country’s Omo Valley, according to a news by a New York-based Human Rights Watch (HRW).
The valley, a World Heritage site, is also a site of a argumentative dam.
The Ethiopian supervision has denied forcing anyone from their homes and says a plan will emanate jobs.
HRW says that in sequence to make space for a plantations, supervision confidence army are constrained communities to immigrate from their normal lands, regulating assault and intimidation. Read the rest of this entry
May 2, 2012
His wife Serkalem Fasil, who is a journalist and also spent time in jail, received the award on his behalf.
In the past decade, more journalists have fled Ethiopia than any other country, press freedom groups say.
‘Withering conditions’ “I accept this award on behalf of Eskinder Nega at a time when freedom of expression and press freedom are at the lowest in Ethiopia,” Ms Serkalem said on Tuesday night in a ceremony in New York. Read the rest of this entry