Category Archives: ethiopian protests

Ethiopian Zone 9 Blogger Rearrested Over Comments on State of Emergency

Source: ENCA
Ethiopian police have re-arrested a blogger and human rights activist who criticized the government, especially its handling of the ongoing protests in the… Continue reading

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Ethiopian Government Looking to Hold National Elections in 2020, Says Unrest Will not Force Early Voting

Source: Voice of America News
The Ethiopian government has ruled out holding new nationwide elections to address the grievances behind nearly a year of deadly… Continue reading

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Ethiopian Government Woos Tourists Amid State of Emergency and US Travel Ban

Ethiopian authorities have said that tourists are excluded from the country’s state of emergency which require foreign diplomats to seek permission before taking long trips… Continue reading

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Ethiopia’s State of Emergency: Government Retrieves Over 700 Looted Arms, Arrests 1,600 People

Ethiopian authorities have recovered more than 700 arms and arrested about 1,600 people since October 9 when the government declared a state of emergency in… Continue reading

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