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ዓመታዊው የጋዜጠኞችን ፍዳ የዳሰሰው መግለጫ፣

በፓሪስና በኒው ዮርክ የሚገኙት ፣ ድንበር አያግዴው የጋዜጠኞች ድርጅት (RSF) እና ለጋዜጠኞች ህልውናና መብት ተሟጋቹ ፤ (CPJ)፣ በዓለም ዙሪያ የጋዜጠኞችን ፍዳ የሚዘረዝረውን ዓመታዊ መግለጫቸውን ይፋ አደረጉ…. Read the rest of this entry

ሂዩማን ራይትስ ዋች ሳዑዲ ስላሉ ኢትዮጵያዊያን ሥጋቱን ገለፀ

የሳዑዲ አረቢያ መንግሥት የጀመረውን ፍልሰተኛ ሠራተኞችን በኃይል የማስወጣትን እርምጃ ተከትሎ እዚያ የቆዩ ኢትዮጵያዊያን ፍልሰተኛ ሠራተኞች የአካላዊ ጥቃት ተጋላጮች መሆናቸውንና አንዳንዶቹም መገደላቸውን… Read the rest of this entry

EOTC Synod Renewed its Failure

Ethiopian orthodox church in Nazret Millions of Ethiopians have been closely following the peace and unity talks underway between the two competing

by Teklu Abate synods. There was a general understanding and optimism that the synods would make sacrifices of all sorts to ensure reconciliation. The optimism seems to be effectively dashed out now. In their general assembly, the EOTC synod in Addis passed several decisions that successfully put aside the peace and unity initiatives… Read the rest of this entry

Media restrictions tighten in Ethiopia

One of the last remaining independent newspapers was recently shuttered by the government

By Mohammed Ademo

Government charges against of one of Ethiopia’s last remaining independent newspaper editors on Friday and a recent forced shutdown of that paper’s presses capped a grim month of media repression in a country already deemed one of the most restrictive in the world by press freedom advocates. Read the rest of this entry

Why Are All Ethiopian Eyes on Brussels?


The cancellation of a scheduled press conference this week, to discuss the health of the Ethiopian Prime Minister Meles Zenawi – currently in Belgium for treatment – started rumors flying. Belgians might be interested to know why Ethiopians are watching events in Brussels so keenly.
Claiming to follow the Chinese model of development – economic growth first, rights later – is a tempting fig-leaf for despots around the world eager to justify their suppression of dissent at home. Read the rest of this entry

Donor Dollars Aiding Political Repression In Ethiopia – OpEdBy:


An ideological poison is polluting all life within Ethiopia, flowing into every area of civil society. Local governance, urban and rural neighbourhoods, farming, education and the judiciary all are washed in Revolutionary Democracy’, Read the rest of this entry

Ethiopia ‘forcibly displacing’ for sugarine plantations

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

Modern Slaves: Domestic Migrant Workers in Kuwait, UAE, Saudi Arabia

April 5, 2012

Modern Slaves: Domestic Migrant Workers in Kuwait, UAE, Saudi Arabia

The journal stories are shocking: Man stapled lassie several times and left her disfigured…Heated nails beaten into Sri Lankan maid…Housemaid plunges to her genocide from Sharjah tower…Ethiopian domestic workman beaten on camera commits suicide… Read the rest of this entry

HRW: Somali Pro-Government Militias Killing Civilians

march 30/2012
Human Rights Watch has indicted pro-government militias in Somalia of carrying out executions and other critical rights abuses in areas formerly tranquil by al-Shabab. The organisation pronounced residents in “liberated” areas are now uncertain of that side they can trust.

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In a new news expelled Thursday, Human Rights Watch pronounced given Ethiopian infantry and Somali company groups suspended al-Shabab militants from a towns of Baidoa and Beletweyne, confidence has turn worse. Read the rest of this entry

Meles and a Deconstruction of Ethiopia Messay Kebede

March 21, 2012
N. B.: My prevalent readers might consternation since my domestic papers increasingly concentration on psychological analyses to a wreckage of socioeconomic forces. Is it since in my mind psychological factors overcome over socioeconomic conditions? The answer is no unless certain resources lend significance to a celebrity of domestic leaders. Read the rest of this entry
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