Ethiopia human rights abuses could cost man US citizenship

AP ALEXANDRIA, Va. — A Virginia man’s U.S. citizenship is in jeopardy, with authorities saying he failed to disclose his role in suspected human rights abuses in Ethiopia. The Washington Post reports... Read more »

Ethiopia govt admits violent fightback to state of emergency regime

The Ethiopian government has admitted a violent pushback to a recently ratified state of emergency (SOE). A number of security of forces have reportedly been attacked and their weapons confiscated. The privately-owned... Read more »

Herman Cohen: Ethiopia’s Prime Minister Desalegn has resigned. What’s next?

It is not surprising that after three years in office – three years of famine, violence, and serious political and social instability – Ethiopian Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn has resigned, effective with the... Read more »

Is Ethiopia opening — ever so slightly — to democracy? By Yohannes Y. Gedamu

Supporters welcome Merera Gudina, leader of the Oromo Federalist Congress party, on Jan. 17, after his release from prison in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. (Tiksa Negeri/Reuters) By Yohannes Y. Gedamu Some observers were cautiously... Read more »

On Releasing “Political Prisoners”—What is going on in Ethiopia?

Dr. Merera Gudina on ESAT By Tedla Woldeyohannes Since the announcement made by the Ethiopian Prime Minister on January 3rd, 2018 about releasing “political prisoners”, this topic has received a lot of... Read more »

Ethiopia: The Failures of the regime and the way forward

TPLF/EPRDF By Addissu Admas The TPLF has been so far somewhat successful, at least among its Western supporters, in promoting the notion that all opposition to it started and is fed by... Read more »

Dutch court to open Ethiopia ‘Red Terror’ war crimes trial

The Hague – A Dutch-Ethiopian national goes on trial in The Hague on Monday accused of war crimes, including ordering the deaths of 75 prisoners, during bloody purges in Ethiopia known as... Read more »

Dutch court to open Ethiopia ‘Red Terror’ war crimes trial

The Hague – A Dutch-Ethiopian national goes on trial in The Hague on Monday accused of war crimes, including ordering the deaths of 75 prisoners, during bloody purges in Ethiopia known as... Read more »

Dutch court to open Ethiopia ‘Red Terror’ war crimes trial

The Hague – A Dutch-Ethiopian national goes on trial in The Hague on Monday accused of war crimes, including ordering the deaths of 75 prisoners, during bloody purges in Ethiopia known as... Read more »

Ethiopia: The Terms of our Unity

By Admassu Feleke   That Ethiopia, at this point in her history, is a union of very diverse ethnic and linguistic groups is a reality that we can neither ignore nor wish... Read more »