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    Technically speaking, Seyoum Mesfin is telling Eritreans to hold their breath until they all pass out. Only in your Dreams!

    By ION,

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    Views: 1237 | Added by: dani | Date: 2013-10-02 | Comments (1)

    Ethiopia's former President Dr. Nigaso Gidada, one of the strongest and most outspoken leaders of political opposition, has been detained. Dr. Nigaso Gidada detained 4 days before completing his peaceful "Millions of Voices of Freedom" campaign. His campaign was set to be completed on the coming Sunday with a peaceful, public demonstration. He's lead this campaign 3 months without incident then, suddenly, hes detained 4 days before its completed. .

    Dr. Nagasso holds a doctorate in social history from the ... Read more »

    Views: 1623 | Added by: dani | Date: 2013-09-25 | Comments (4)


    According to article 30, in the Ethiopian constitution, every citizen have the right to protest peacefully.Now the regime will plan every anti- government protest. The protests will be located at places like Jan Meda, wich is one of the biggest open spaces, and Burayu, which is a marketplace. What do these places have in common? No audience,and ... Read more »

    Views: 641 | Added by: dani | Date: 2013-09-25 | Comments (2)

    (csmonitor)In Ethiopia, more land grabs, more indigenous people pushed out

    A journalist's visit to South Omo, where rights groups say police have raped wome ... Read more »

    Views: 1241 | Added by: dani | Date: 2013-09-16 | Comments (4)


    3 September 2013

    By Ahmed Abdi

    Conceived and materialized exclusively for the prolongation of the Ethiopian Occupation of Ogaden, Liyu Police has recently played an active role in the implementation of the Ethiopian ... Read more »

    Views: 4454 | Added by: dani | Date: 2013-09-04 | Comments (2)

    Due to security incidents between Somali and Oromo populations, nearly 100 000 people were reported displaced. More than half of them are now returning to their place of origin. Given the extent of  heavy damage done to private properties and public infrastructures, cases of rape and torture and violent confrontations leading to casualties, assistance is required for both those who have temporarily moved to a safer location and those who have returned. This is the third time in a period of 12 months that similar confrontations cause massive displacement in the woredas of Qumbi and Meyu in East Haraghe.

    Views: 3840 | Added by: dani | Date: 2013-08-30 | Comments (1)

    HRLHA - Calls for Reversal of Racially and Politically Motivated Sentences 
    August 15, 2013
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    Views: 2510 | Added by: dani | Date: 2013-08-16 | Comments (1)

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