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They did what they meant! Where and how we move forward from here?

They did what they meant! Where and how we move forward from here?

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The question we have to honestly ask ourselves is: Are we as a people who have suffered too much and for too long showing the determination to march with those heroic/heroine sons and daughters of Ethiopia for the realization of our freedom, human dignity and socio-economic justice?…

Ethiopia and Gambia most Internet freedom repressive in Africa

Ethiopia and Gambia most Internet freedom repressive in Africa

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African governments are remarkably sophisticated when it comes to surveillance, spying, and the use of malware. Ethiopia and Gambia are the most Internet freedom repressive.…

Security Message for U.S. Citizens in Ethiopia

Security Message for U.S. Citizens in Ethiopia

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The U.S. Embassy informs U.S. citizens that political rallies or demonstrations may occur without significant notice throughout Ethiopia, particularly in the lead up to Ethiopian national elections in May 2015.…

Ethiopia: Senior Blue Party leaders, members and supports have been detained

Ethiopia: Senior Blue Party leaders, members and supports have been detained

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On Saturday, December 6,2014, the ethnic based Ethiopian government security forces have arrested leaders of Blue and other Party leaders, members and supporters at the start of a peaceful public rally to demand free and fair election.…

Living in Exile: Ethiopian Journalist Betre Yacob Struggles

Living in Exile: Ethiopian Journalist Betre Yacob Struggles

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In 2013, Ethiopia was ranked #137 on the World Press Freedom Index. In 2011-12 Ethiopia was ranked #127.…

CPJ – Ethiopian authorities convict journalist in Addis Ababa

CPJ – Ethiopian authorities convict journalist in Addis Ababa

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Authorities have routinely targeted Temesghen's writing. In May 2012, he was given a four-month suspended prison sentence and fine after Feteh published a statement made by imprisoned journalist Eskinder Nega during his trial. Temesghen paid the fine.…

Ethiopian Journalist Temesgen Desalegn Convicted

Ethiopian Journalist Temesgen Desalegn Convicted

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Ethiopian journalist Temesgen Desalegn, the former editor of Feteh, a defunct weekly newspaper, was convicted yesterday by the Federal High Court on charges that also included defaming the government and distorting public opinion, after a case that lasted about two years, lawyer Ameha Mekonnen said. …

Resolutions for the Ethiopian New Year

Resolutions for the Ethiopian New Year

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For many of my Ethiopian readers in the United States, September 11 (Ethiopian New Year’s Day, Meskerem 1) is a festive day of celebration as well as a day that shall live in infamy. …

AU and its failed member states

AU and its failed member states

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Menilik II’s victory at Adwa not only shocked European powers forcing them to recognize Ethiopia as an independent sovereign country, but also became a beacon of hope for all black people in the Diaspora struggling for emancipation.…

Andargachew Tsige Family Called on the British Government

Andargachew Tsige Family Called on the British Government

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The family of a British citizen kidnapped and rendered to Ethiopia in June has called on the British government to secure his release as soon as possible.…

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