Thursday, December 14, 2017

Ethiopia Pardons Two Swedish Journalists

ADDIS ABABA — Two Swedish journalists imprisoned on terrorism charges in Ethiopia have received an official pardon.  The pardon is part of the yearly...

Should the Oromo National Liberation Struggle Be Nonviolent or Armed? – Gadaa.com Oduu

By Leenjiso Horo* | August 2012 Introductory Remark: Recently, the Oromo splinter group from Shanee Gumii-OLF, a group known as the “Oromo Group 7,” which removed...

Netizen Report: Pan-African Edition

An Internet cafe in Burkina Faso. Flickr: intransit (CC BY-NC-SA 2.0). Most of this report was researched, written, and edited by Tom Risen, James Losey,...

THE NEW RULERS IN ETHIOPIA SHOULD SHOW THEIR COMMITMENT TO …

SOCEPP Canada condemns the prohibition of the publication and distribution of the news paper, FINOTE NETSANET, by the Ethiopian authorities. Such action is against...

Escape To Ethiopia? God Forbid

I am very upset with the Ethiopian Embassy in Abuja. However, before some people start insinuating different things,...

Four Eritrean journalists die in prison: watchdog

By Aaron Maasho ...

Ethiopia:A Farewell to Meles Zenawi

Addis Ababa (Sunatimes) For over two hundred seventy five weeks, without missing a single week, I have written long expository commentaries on the deeds...

Ethiopia Drops Charges Against Prominent Newspaper Editor

Addis Ababa — Ethiopia has freed an editor of Feteh, a leading independent weekly newspaper, who had been jailed following the publication of information...

US Recommits to Strong Partnership With Post-Zenawi Ethiopia

Addis Ababa — The US government is committed to further deepen its partnership with the new leadership of Ethiopia, US permanent representative to the...