Suppressed at Home, Neglected Abroad: Ethiopian Migrants – Truth

The first duty of any government is to protect its citizens from harm, at home and abroad – no matter who they are, or where they are. This is the primary moral... Read more »

Suppressed at Home, Neglected Abroad: Ethiopian Migrants – Truth

The first duty of any government is to protect its citizens from harm, at home and abroad – no matter who they are, or where they are. This is the primary moral... Read more »

Journalists reach one year mark since detention in Ethiopia

GENEVA – Bloggers, who used an online platform to report on social and political issues in Ethiopia, were arrested on April 25 and 26 last year and have remained in detention ever... Read more »

The Tragic Death of 28 Ethiopians and U. S. Ethiopia Policy – Opinion

The Tragic Death of 28 Ethiopians and U. S. Ethiopia Policy By Daniel Teferra On April 19, 2015, a violent, extremist group disclosed its video of the gruesome killing of 28 innocent... Read more »

Former US Diplomat Calls for Free, Fair Elections in Ethiopia (VOA Interview)

Herman Jay Cohen is a former U.S. Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs. (Photo: YouTube) VOA News By James Butty Former US Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs Herman Cohen... Read more »

Former US Diplomat Calls for Free, Fair Elections in Ethiopia

Former US Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs Herman Cohen said Ethiopia should not be afraid to have free and fair elections or a free press.  Cohen said the government is doing... Read more »

U.S. Deeply Concerned by Sentence of Ethiopian Journalist Temesgen Desalegn

According to the press release by the U.S. State Department spokesperson Jen Psaki the U.S. government deeply concerned by the recent jail sentence on Ethiopian journalist Temesgen Desalegn. Below is the press... Read more »

US Deeply Concerned by Sentence of Ethiopian Journalist

More on This Ethiopian Journalist Desalegn Jailed Ethiopia Cautioned Over Anti-Terror Law Photo: Awramba Times press release By Jen Psaki Washington, DC — The United States is deeply concerned by the October... Read more »

Open letter to U.S. President Barack Obama – By Abebe Gellaw

Note: Upon the invitation of the Democratic National Committee, I had another opportunity to attend an event with President Obama. He spoke about the opportunities and challenges that his administration is taking... Read more »

VOA Director’s Open Letter For Ethiopian Audience On World Press Freedom Day

On World Press Freedom Day, the Director of the Voice of America reaches out directly to VOA’s Ethiopian audience in an open letter. In it, Director Danforth W. Austin expresses VOA’s deep... Read more »