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The Mother of all LandGrab Early warning the next East Africa WAR Between Ethiopia And Sudan Five to Ten Years or soon? – Diretribune

Current Ethiopian Government unconstitutionally without Ethiopian People Vote or approval giving out Ethiopian fertile land 725 km vs 279.924 Square Miles 288316.16ac= 450.4940mi² compares United State (States) World Countries By Square… Read more »

UN experts urge Ethiopia to halt violent crackdown on Oromia protesters, ensure accountability for abuses

GENEVA (21 January 2016) – A group of United Nations human rights experts* today called on the Ethiopian authorities to end the ongoing crackdown on peaceful protests by the country’s… Read more »

Dispatches: Arrest of Respected Politician Escalating Crisis in Ethiopia – By Felix Horne Researcher, Horn of Africa

Over the past eight weeks, Ethiopia’s largest region, Oromia, has been hit by a wave of mass protests over the expansion of the municipal boundary of the capital, Addis Ababa…. Read more »

‘They wanted me to say I was wrong’: Freed Ethiopian journalist on why 1,500 days in jail failed to silence her – By Sue Valentine/CPJ Africa Program Coordinator

Reeyot Alemu, an Ethiopian journalist who worked for the independent weeklyFeteh, spent almost 1,500 days in prison after being arrested in June 2011 andcharged with terrorism in 2012. She was… Read more »

Holocaust museum unveils tool to predict mass killings – By Al Jazeera

Online project presented by Washington museum aims to identify countries with high risk of state-led mass killings. The U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington, D.C., today launched the Early Warning… Read more »

Ethiopia: World Bank Translator, Activists Face Trial – By Oakland Institute

Monday, September 21, 2015 For Immediate Release Activists Heading for Food Workshop Charged with Terrorism   Nairobi – Ethiopian authorities should immediately drop all charges and release a former World… Read more »

Lessons for Ethiopians from the Downfall of US-Supported Dictators: An Urgent Need for Mature Mechanisms – By Maru Gubena* Republish

April 14, 2006 — Given the image that major western leaders, financial institutions and NGO communities have had of Meles Zenawi as a progressive leader, and given the massive moral,… Read more »

Journalists from 4 countries to get Press Freedom Awards – By AP

NEW YORK (AP) — International journalists who have endured death threats, physical attacks and imprisonment or exile are to be honored with Press Freedom Awards. The Committee to Protect Journalists’… Read more »