438 Days Imprisoned in Ethiopia: Journalist Recounts Facing Arrest, Mock … – Democracy Now!

While President Obama visited Ethiopia on Monday, he made a passing reference to press freedom, calling on the Ethiopian government to “open additional space for journalists, for media, for... Read more »

438 Days Imprisoned in Ethiopia: Journalist Recounts Facing Arrest, Mock … – Democracy Now!

While President Obama visited Ethiopia on Monday, he made a passing reference to press freedom, calling on the Ethiopian government to “open additional space for journalists, for media, for... Read more »

438 Days Imprisoned in Ethiopia: Journalist Recounts Facing Arrest, Mock … – Democracy Now!

While President Obama visited Ethiopia on Monday, he made a passing reference to press freedom, calling on the Ethiopian government to “open additional space for journalists, for media, for... Read more »

438 Days Imprisoned in Ethiopia: Journalist Recounts Facing Arrest, Mock … – Democracy Now!

While President Obama visited Ethiopia on Monday, he made a passing reference to press freedom, calling on the Ethiopian government to “open additional space for journalists, for media, for... Read more »

438 Days Imprisoned in Ethiopia: Journalist Recounts Facing Arrest, Mock … – Democracy Now!

While President Obama visited Ethiopia on Monday, he made a passing reference to press freedom, calling on the Ethiopian government to “open additional space for journalists, for media, for... Read more »

Swedish Journalists Says They Were not Sincere of Apology

Swedish journalists tell of Ethiopia prison ordeal, say terror trial was a ‘sham’- News – Boston.com STOCKHOLM (AP) — Back home after being imprisoned in Ethiopia for more than... Read more »

Ethiopia Frees two Swedish journalists, Johan Persson and Martin Schibbye

Two Swedish journalists jailed on terrorism charges in Ethiopia were freed on Tuesday, September 10, 2012 after they were pardoned under a deal agreed by the late Ethiopian prime... Read more »

Ethiopia: Eskinder Nega and others terrorism trial delayed

Addis Ababa – An Ethiopian judge delayed the verdict on Friday in the case of 24 people charged with terrorism, including prominent journalist Eskinder Nega and opposition member Andualem... Read more »

Meles Zenawi says may pardon jailed politicians, journalists – Reuters

* Rights groups say 150 detained since 2009 * Journalists among arrested, including two Swedes * Ethiopia denies it is cracking down on dissent By Aaron Maasho ADDIS ABABA,... Read more »

UN Rights Advocates Criticise Ethiopia’s Use of Anti-Terror Law

Bloomberg — The United Nations criticized the Ethiopian government’s use of an anti-terrorism law to curb freedom of expression by jailing opposition politicians and reporters critical of the state.... Read more »