Ethiopia’s prime minister on Wednesday announced plans to release all political prisoners and close Maekelawi, one of the country’s most notorious detention centres.
An Ethiopian opposition politician has been found guilty of encouraging terrorism over comments he posted on Facebook.
The UN’s human rights chief is calling on the Ethiopian government to allow political opposition in the country.
On Saturday, Ethiopia imposed a six-month “state of emergency” in response to growing unrest across the country. It’s the first time the government has experienced this kind of public dissent during its 25-year rule and its clamping down with everything it
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