Yesterday (May 1, 2012) Ethiopians who reside in Sweden protested against land grab, the eviction of natives from their land, the imprisonments of journalists and opposition parties leaders by the ruling TPLF’s regime in Ethiopia. They demand donor EU member countries and others to stop supporting dictatorial regime in Ethiopia. To date, over 200 opposition parties members and journalists including two Swedish journalists were imprisoned and charged since March 2011 under the guise of the sweeping Anti-Terror law. The Ethiopian protesters urged for immediate and unconditional release of all political prisoners and journalists in Ethiopia.
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