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U.S. State Department issues travel alert over Ethiopia protests

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The U.S. State Department issued a travel alert for Ethiopia on Friday over anti-government protests, some of which have involved violence.

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Ethiopian Police Detain Journalists Reporting On Drought, Escort Them Back to Capital

Ethiopian federal police in Addis Ababa prior to the country's last general election in 2010.

Ethiopian police On August 8 2016, detained three journalists reporting on the effects of a severe drought in the country before escorting them back to Addis Ababa.

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TPLF’s Atfto-Metfat Faces the Day of Reckoning

Hundreds of thousands of protesters call for a regime change in Ethiopia

The Ethiopian people are now making the clarion calls of Kitet and Beqa—enough is enough to tyrannical minority rule!

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Ethiopia needs speedy deployment of independent observers to investigate killings, says UN human rights

Ethiopia needs speedy deployment of independent observers

Last weekend protesters chanted anti-government slogans and some demanded the release of jailed opposition politicians. The demonstration prompted a deadly response by Ethiopian security forces who used live ammunition, according to rights group Amnesty International, saying that 67 people were killed in Oromiya and 30 in Amhara.

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Ethiopia’s battle for land reforms could lead to civil war: opposition leader

Ethiopia's battle for land reforms

Merera Gudina, leader of the Oromo People's Congress, said how on earth do you tell people not to demand their rights? The only advice I give is to make their protests as much as possible peacefully and legally.

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Ethiopia: Violent Crackdown on Human Rights Protests

Violent Crackdown on Human Rights Protests in Ethiopia

Front Line Defenders expresses serious concern over the Ethiopian government’s continued violent repression of the peaceful efforts of human rights defenders (HRDs), journalists, and citizens of Ethiopia to promote human rights in the country.

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Ethiopians in the diaspora can help find the top brass clandestine operatives of the Adwa Gangs

TPLF officials of the Ethiopian regime

A dark cloud is looming over Ethiopia as the fairytale Ethiopia People Revolution Democracy Democratic Front (EPRDF) regime led by the Adwa Gangs unravel by the popular uprising.

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Unity Welcomes U.N. Investigate Human Rights Violation in Ethiopia

Revolt in an African Stasi State

Unity welcomes the initiative taken by Zeid Ra’ad Al Hussein, U.N. High Commissioner for Human Rights and his office to investigate the appalling Human Rights Violation in Ethiopia.

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Ethiopia: OLF statement on the massacre throughout Oromiya

Dozens arrested in Ethiopia anti-government protest

August 6 Massacre throughout Oromiya by the TPLF Fascist regime will not prevent the Oromo people’s desire for freedom, justice, and democracy.

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Ethiopia: Security Forces Kill Dozens of Protestors, Block Social Media

Security Forces Kill Dozens of Protestors

Detailed, independently-verified information remains difficult to obtain due to the government’s suppression of independent media and rights monitoring groups.

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The solidarity message to current popular uprising in Ethiopia

Afar regional map, Ethiopia

Afar People’s Party would like to express its solidarity with our Oromo, Ogaden and Amhara brothers and sisters.

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Weekend protests across Ethiopia leave more than 12 dead

Violent weekend clashes between protesters and security forces in Ethiopia

Violent weekend clashes between protesters and security forces claimed the lives of more than a dozen people across Ethiopia.

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At least 33 protesters killed in Ethiopia’s Oromiya region: opposition

At least 33 people were shot dead in Oromia

At least 33 people were shot dead by security forces in protests at the weekend across Ethiopia's central Oromiya region linked to an aborted government attempt to commandeer local land, opposition party officials said on Monday.

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ODF Statement: Call for the formation of Ethiopia wide alliance

Oromo uprising

The Central Committee discussed in detail various initiatives the ODF has undertaken to reach out to various Ethiopian opposition groups and leaders.

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Stranded Ethiopians seek help to flee South Sudan

Stranded Ethiopians seek help to flee South Sudan

Thousands of Ethiopians stuck in South Sudan’s capital are pleading with their government to get them out of the country amid rising fears of a full-scale civil war.

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Blocking Social Media in Ethiopia: New Perspectives on Human Rights Violations

Blocking Social Media in Ethiopia

Earlier this month, the government of Ethiopia blocked multiple social media sites–Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Viber–for days.

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Hundreds of thousands of protesters call for a regime change in Ethiopia

Hundreds of thousands of protesters call for a regime change in Ethiopia

Images posted by protesters and other eye witnesses on social media show hundreds of thousands of people carrying Ethiopian flags and placards singing and chanting against the government’s regime.

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Three Ethiopian Regime Soldiers Killed in Somalia

Ethiopian Regime Soldiers Killed in Somalia

A witness, speaking on condition of anonymity said three Ethiopian soldiers and two SNA members have been killed in the gunfight.

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The Human Rights Council’s Anti-Eritrea Agenda

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The next full scale attack by Ethiopia against Eritrea will likely be “the one”, with horrifyingly disastrous consequences for the people of the entire region.

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Two Ethiopian asylum seekers set themselves on fire in front of UNHCR office

Ethiopians reportedly set themselves on fire

Two Ethiopian asylum seekers allegedly set themselves on fire Tuesday in front of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) office.

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