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Behailu M.
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Rights groups say 140 people killed in recent weeks as government moves forward with controversial development plans. Security forces have killed at least 140 people during a crackdown on anti-government demonstrations in Ethiopia in recent weeks,…
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Ethiopian security forces have killed at least 140 people taking part in mass anti-government demonstrations since November, activists say, according to US-based Human Rights Watch (HRW). The protests have been sparked by fears that a plan to expand the…
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The United States is deeply concerned by the recent clashes in the Oromia region of Ethiopia that reportedly have resulted in the deaths of numerous protestors. We greatly regret the deaths that have occurred and express our condolences to the families of…
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Certain issues always come to mind when one thinks of African politics, and the issues that inform the study of African politics are numerous. Most of writters had written a text with wide-ranging coverage, including state, civil society, external…
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Your Excellency Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn, I am writing this letter (see the attachment) to your government, on behalf of the Ethiopian peoples, to take an important stage in deepening of reforms to further democratization and modernization of…
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Ethiopia's election is a wake-up call on human rights and sound governance

On Sunday, millions of Ethiopians will line up at polling stations to participate in Africa’s largest exercise of political theatre. A decade-long campaign by Ethiopia’s government to silence dissent forcibly has left the country without a viable…
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As Ethiopia votes, what’s ‘free and fair’ got to do with it?

Ethiopia, Washington’s security partner and Africa’s second most populous country, is scheduled to hold national elections on May 24. The ruling Ethiopian People’s Revolutionary Democratic Front (EPRDF) and its allied parties won 99.6 percent of the seats…
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