OpEd: Torture and Ethiopia’s Culture of Impunity

  Felix Horne Addis Abeba, June 26/2018 – Late one evening in 2015, local police arrested 28-year-old Abdi [not his real name] and over the next two weeks beat him every night.... Read more »

Ethiopian diaspora using US democracy to change politics at home

A recent declaration by US lawmakers could signal a significant shift in Washington’s approach to addressing Ethiopia’s human rights record. Ethiopian diaspora activists joined members of Congress on the steps of the... Read more »

One million children to be registered in Ethiopia

ADDIS ABABA – Getting an identity card – a practice often taken for granted in many parts of the world – is extremely rare in in Ethiopia, where, according to UNICEF data,... Read more »

Parents unfazed by abuse charge, say belt beating ‘common’ in Ethiopia

Parents of a 6-year-old boy told Gwinnett County police that beating and leaving children indoors alone for hours is normal in Ethiopia. Etsegenet Tekletsio and her child’s father, Belayneh Ogato, are charged... Read more »

Ethiopia: Have We no Sense of Outrage?

TPLF supporters File By Addissu Admas The mere fact that 94% of Ethiopia’s population is governed by the leaders of 6% of the population is something that should befuddle anyone with a... Read more »

Doctor helps at-risk women in Ethiopia – Local News

Rosary Chapel Catholic Church, 711 Ohio St., Paducah, KY 42003, will be hosting their 2nd Friday Fish Fry’s beginning May 12, 2017 and will continue on the 2nd Friday of each month... Read more »

In Ethiopia, Church-run small business program aims for a better … – Catholic News Agency

Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, Sep 1, 2016 / 08:35 am (CNA).- Making a living is tough in parts of Ethiopia, but a Catholic-run program aims to change that. “When we first began people... Read more »

In Ethiopia, Church-run small business program aims for a better tomorrow – Catholic News Agency

Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, Sep 1, 2016 / 08:35 am (CNA).- Making a living is tough in parts of Ethiopia, but a Catholic-run program aims to change that. “When we first began people... Read more »

Olympics Marathon Medalist's Protest Shines Spotlight on Unrest in Ethiopia – Voice of America

LONDON —  When marathon silver medalist Feyisa Lilesa crossed the finish line at the Rio Olympics, he crossed his arms above his head in an “X”, a sign of protest against the... Read more »

British support for Ethiopia scheme withdrawn amid abuse allegations

The UK has ended its financial support for a controversial development project alleged to have helped the Ethiopian government fund a brutal resettlement programme. Hundreds of people have been forced from their... Read more »