Ethiopia’s protests were stifled by a coordinated internet shutdown …

Nearly 100 deaths and thousands of arrests have been reported in Ethiopia over the week, as part of protests against the marginalization and persecution of the Oromos and Amharas, Ethiopia’s two largest... Read more »

First Presidential Trip to Ethiopia Planned – New York Times

President Obama will travel next month to Ethiopia to meet with African Union leaders and discuss ways to lift economic growth, strengthen democratic institutions and improve security, the White House announced on... Read more »

First Presidential Trip to Ethiopia Planned – New York Times

President Obama will travel next month to Ethiopia to meet with African Union leaders and discuss ways to lift economic growth, strengthen democratic institutions and improve security, the White House announced on... Read more »

First Presidential Trip to Ethiopia Planned – New York Times

President Obama will travel next month to Ethiopia to meet with African Union leaders and discuss ways to lift economic growth, strengthen democratic institutions and improve security, the White House announced on... Read more »

First Presidential Trip to Ethiopia Planned – New York Times

President Obama will travel next month to Ethiopia to meet with African Union leaders and discuss ways to lift economic growth, strengthen democratic institutions and improve security, the White House announced on... Read more »

First Presidential Trip to Ethiopia Planned – New York Times

President Obama will travel next month to Ethiopia to meet with African Union leaders and discuss ways to lift economic growth, strengthen democratic institutions and improve security, the White House announced on... Read more »

Ethiopia under fire over journalist arrest

Ethiopia under fire over journalist arrest/AFP ADDIS ABABA, May 29- The Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ) on Friday called on authorities in Ethiopia to release a journalist being held without charge following... Read more »

EU Concerned Over Recent Arrests of Journalists, Bloggers and Opposition Party Members

A statement from the European External Action Service (EEAS), EU’s Foreign & Security Policy Service led by Catherine Ashton (pictured), said the EU was “concerned about the recent arrests of bloggers, journalists... Read more »

Ethiopia Arrests Tax Minister and 11 Others Over Corruption

(Reuters & Tadias) – Ethiopian police have arrested a minister and 11 other people on corruption charges, an official and state media said on Saturday, in the country’s most high-profile swoop against... Read more »