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VIDEO: Angry protesters hit the street of Bahir Dar

The protesters are voicing their opposition to the dismantling of Bahr Dar town’s Meskel Square by the regime.Police opened fire on protesters killing 2 and wounding 5. Gun shots are…

Call for papers: Fourth International Conference of Ethiopian Women in the Diaspora

Center for the Rights of Ethiopian Women (CREW) March 7, 2015 Washington DC, USA The Role of Civil Society Organization (CSOs) in the Upcoming Elections in Ethiopia Call for papers…

Ethiopian rabbis accuse Israeli rabbinate of racial discrimination

Ethiopian rabbis accuse Israeli rabbinate of racial discrimination

Wednesday, 17 December 2014 — Israeli rabbis of Ethiopian origin yesterday accused the Israeli rabbinate of racially discriminating against them despite all the challenges they have fought to transfer tens…

Human Rights Violations in Polarized Ethiopia By Aklog Birara (PhD)

Time for a shift in paradigm of thinking For members and supporters of the TPLF/EPRDF within and outside Ethiopia, and equally for the donor and diplomatic community that continues to…

Saving the ICC from African Thugtators

Saving the ICC from African Thugtators

Alemayehu G Mariam   International Criminal Court Prosecutor throws in the towel It is a dark and gloomy month on the “Dark Continent”! It is the worst of times in Africa…

Family Urges Norway to take action for the release of Okello Ochalla By Betre Yacob

December 12, 2014 The family of a Norwegian citizen of Ethiopian origin detained by the Ethiopian Government has urged the Norwegian authorities to exert pressure for his safety and fair…

Boat sinks off Yemen coast, killing 70 Ethiopian migrants

AL-MAKHA, Yemen, Dec. 7 (UPI) –AL-MAKHA, Yemen, Dec. 7 (UPI) –Strong weather sank a vessel off Yemen’s west coast, killing dozens of migrants from Africa, Yemeni officials say.The boat carried…

Who Polices the Police in America?

Who Polices the Police in America?

Alemayehu G Mariam Our government… teaches the whole people by its example. If the government becomes the lawbreaker, it breeds contempt for law; it invites every man to become a…

Ethiopia: The Right to Remain Silent

ANALYSIS By Ben RawlenceFew political rights exist in Ethiopia and even fewer voices criticise the government. The right to remain silent is one liberty not denied to critics of the…

Teen’s gang rape in Addis Ababa sounds alarm

Teen’s gang rape in Addis Ababa sounds alarm

November 29, 2014 More than 70 percent of Ethiopian women face physical and sexual violence by Tigist GemeHanna Lalango, 16, died on Nov. 1, from a brutal gang rape after…

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