Ethiopia needs impartial protest death probe, must release Oromo leader – EU MPs

Members of the European Parliament (MEPs) have renewed calls for the release of Ethiopia’s leading opposition figure, Dr. Merera Gudina. The latest call was made in a parliamentary resolution... Read more »

Ethiopia: Dr Tedros is the Leader the WHO Needs

My colleague Zeke Emanuel and I traveled hours outside of Addis Ababa to reach small villages like Wossilo and Gombore. We witnessed the incredible impact of the health extension... Read more »

The Lonely Death of One of Ethiopia’s Most Public Men · Global Voices

ESAT Special on Assefa Chabo April 25 2017. Screenshot from programme shared by ESAT TV’s official YouTube channel. Assefa Chabo, a writer who symbolized the glow of the Ethiopian... Read more »

Boris Johnson 'should not leave Ethiopia' without freeing … – The Independent

Boris Johnson has visited Ethiopia as a father-of-three from London nears his 1,000th day on death row there, following his kidnapping by Ethiopian security forces. Andargachew Tsege, known as... Read more »

Boris Johnson 'should not leave Ethiopia' without freeing condemned man, rights group says – The Independent

Boris Johnson has visited Ethiopia as a father-of-three from London nears his 1,000th day on death row there, following his kidnapping by Ethiopian security forces. Andargachew Tsege, known as... Read more »

Will This British Citizen on Death Row in Ethiopia Ever Walk Free? – Newsweek

Six months after her partner Andargachew Tsege was abducted at an airport in Yemen in June 2014, Yemi Hailemariam says she remembers her phone ringing. It was around 8... Read more »

UK Trains Ethiopian Security Forces, as MPs Call for Action on … – Common Dreams

The UK Government is training senior members of Ethiopia’s security sector, despite the illegal detention of a British father on the country’s death row. The news comes as 53... Read more »

UK Trains Ethiopian Security Forces, as MPs Call for Action on Death-Row Dad – Common Dreams

The UK Government is training senior members of Ethiopia’s security sector, despite the illegal detention of a British father on the country’s death row. The news comes as 53... Read more »

Family seeks funds for uncle's funeral in Ethiopia after apparent GO train suicide – Toronto Star

Henok Belete was struck by a GO Train on Dec. 1. The family says his death is a suicide and is trying to raise enough money to bury him... Read more »

Ethiopia: Perhaps a Mystery, Who Knows! – AllAfrica.com

column By Girma Feyissa Last week was one of the most nostalgic weeks I have encountered here in Brussels. The general environmental shifts are enough to provide some insight... Read more »