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The State of Emergency as Justification of Human Rights Violations

On October 9, 2016, the government of Ethiopia declared a state of emergency....

16th March 2017  By Meron Mesfin
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Jailed Journalist Elias Gebru Needs Justice and Medical Help

Ethiopian freelance journalist Elias Gebru worked as an editor for many...

1st March 2017  By BefeQadu Z. Hailu
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Eritrea: The People Who Were Never Free

True independence - some have it, some have fleetingly felt it, and others...

10th February 2017  By Edoardo Iacobelli
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Egypt: “Gift of the Nile” abuses the gift of Press Freedom

Egypt - a country with one of the oldest historical records of modern civilization,...

14th December 2016  By Karin Filkaszova
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Imprisoned, Tortured and Sentenced to Death – For Supporting my People

My name is Daljir. I am an Ethiopian citizen, but Somali by origin. I was born...

9th December 2016  By Daljir 
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Ogaden: Breaking the Networks of Oppression

The Somali (Ogaden) region in Ethiopia, despite being one of the most oppressive...

23rd November 2016  By Aden Hassan
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My Brother Was Killed by the President in the Somali Regional State

On October 29, 2016, Abdi Mohamoud Omar, the President of the Somali...

20th November 2016  By Mustafa Omer
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New Movement in Ogaden: Somali Region Justice and Democracy Movement (SRJDM)

Reports of serious human rights violations are continuously coming from...

8th November 2016  By Melody Sundberg
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The Shame of Silence

When I came home tonight, my 10-month-old daughter, as usual, crawled frantically...

5th November 2016  By Aden Hassan
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So, You Think You are a Democrat?

The rationale behind the question is challenging. A democrat believes in the rule...

20th October 2016  By Wondemagne Ejigu
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