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The illegal abduction and extradition of Andargachew Tsege

The illegal abduction and extradition of Andargachew Tsege

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We are writing this letter to express our outrage at the manner in which the British Government has handled the brazen abduction, detention and extradition of Andargachew Tsege, Secretary General of Ginbot 7, Movement for Justice, Freedom and Democracy.…

Demonstration in Washington DC on Monday August 25th, 2014

Demonstration in Washington DC on Monday August 25th, 2014

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A rally to protest against the fascistic Ethiopian regime is scheduled to be held in front of the State Department. Monday August 25th, 2014 in front of US State Dept.…

New charges against Ethiopian publications further diminish critical voices

New charges against Ethiopian publications further diminish critical voices

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Repeated calls to the Ethiopian Justice Ministry and a government spokesman went unanswered. The ministry's charges are not unexpected.…

A Note on Modern Slavery

A Note on Modern Slavery

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Ethiopia is among the most enslaving (ranked fifth in absolute numbers) nation responsible for 620,000 – 680,000 modern day slaves. Ethiopia is also the twelfth most slavery prone country in terms of modern day slavery prevalence. …

Congolese President’s security guards assault protester

Congolese President’s security guards assault protester

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The U.S. State Department has taken steps to seek the prosecution of a members of the President of the Democratic Republic of Congo’s entourage, who were allegedly captured on video Thursday beating a protester in the streets of Washington, D.C.…

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