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On January 3, the Ethiopian Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn made two major announcements: his government will release political prisoners and close down a notorious detention centre at the heart of Ethiopia's …
Al Jazeera · 13d
All political prisoners held there should be released unconditionally, and an independent international monitoring group established …
Eurasia Review · 9d
"It would be good if the government conducts honest negotiations with political forces which have widespread ... International welcomed …
Yahoo News · 5d
The Ethiopian regime announced on Monday that it would drop charges against more than 500 suspects. Human rights groups have long accused Ethiopia …
Ethiopian Review · 4d
The Office of the U.N. High Commissioner for Human Rights says it welcomes Ethiopia's decision this week to release 115 detainees, including …
Voice of America · 3d
The government denies any of the detainees are political prisoners ... Analysts and activists say there could be up to tens of thousands of …
Financial Times · 5d
For a brief moment last week, Ethiopia seemed poised to shed its reputation as Africa’s Stasi state. At a press conference on Jan. 3, Ethiopian Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn vowed to free political prisoners and shutter …
Foreign Policy · 12d