Ethiopian man takes UK to court

14 July 2014 Last updated at 19:31 Villagers say they are being forcibly relocated from Ethiopia’s Gambella region A legal battle has been launched by an Ethiopian citizen who claims the UK... Read more »

Ethiopia: Fears for Safety of Returned Opposition Leader

(London) – An exiled Ethiopian opposition leader unlawfully deported by Yemen back to Ethiopia is at risk of mistreatment including torture. Andargachew Tsige is secretary-general of Ginbot 7, a banned Ethiopian opposition... Read more »

Ethiopia’s Special Forces executed 10 civilians : HRW Report

May 28, 2012 (PARIS) – Ethiopia’s Special Paramilitary Forces, in abuses in March executed 10 civilians after engaging in a dispute with villagers in the country’s remote Eastern Somali region, Human Rights... Read more »

Ethiopia: Government Ban Four NGO’s, Including Human Rights Watch

Afrik: Ethiopian authorities have revoked the licenses of four Non-Governmental Organizations (two local and two foreign). The government of Ethiopia claims that activities carried out by the affected NGOs conflict with the... Read more »

Ethiopia:Human Rights Watch World Report 2011

Human Rights Watch released World Report 2011 Ethiopia: Events of 2010 The ruling Ethiopian People’s Revolutionary Democratic Front (EPRDF) consolidated political control with a striking 99.6 percent victory in the May 2010... Read more »
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Africa’s Failing Democracies

By Jason McLure When human rights Watch criticized the results of Ethiopia’s May elections, in which the ruling coalition “won” an improbable 545 out of 547 seats, leaders in Addis Ababa didn’t... Read more »