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August 23, 2012
The detention of a newspaper editor is a worrying signal that the Ethiopian government intends to carry on a crackdown on dissent
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August 21, 2012

The United States must seize this opportunity to recalibrate its relationship with Ethiopia, lest risk aligning itself with yet another African "strongman."

Press Release
June 27, 2012

24 government opponents, among them top journalist Eskinder Nega, were convicted on trumped-up terrorism charges, a further chilling example of Ethiopia's criminalization of expression.

Press Release
May 16, 2012

Amnesty International today urged President Barack Obama and fellow G8 leaders to speak up about Ethiopia's appalling human rights record when he and the group meets with Prime Minister Meles Zenaw...

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