Letter From Qilinto Prison: “I Will Not Falter” - Journalist Darsema Sori

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Darsema Sori

First my greetings to all the people of Ethiopia, who made me who I am today so that I can serve them back in my profession as a journalist; the ones who are still suffering under this repressive regime while struggling in search of freedom and good governance. To the Ethiopian Muslims, who are suffering under ruthless successive regimes, but continue struggling tirelessly to make sure our religious rights are restored and respected; and also to the “Dimtsachin Yisema” activists who strive to make our voices heard.

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Rights violations in Ethiopia, Year 2016: HRW report

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Irreecha, Oromia region, Ethiopia, October 2, 2016

(EZ) The 2017 World Report of Human Rights Watch said last year (2016) the Ethiopian government security forces used unnecessary and disproportionate force to disperse largely peaceful protests, causing deaths and injuries. The report was launched Thursday 12th January.

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Eskinder Nega appears in court

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Eskinder Nega

Journalist who received Golden Pen Award appears in court as witness in terrorism trial - Independent Jan. 6, 2017

A journalist who has been jailed seven times after criticising the Ethiopian Government’s detainment of journalists as suspected terrorists has appeared in court as a witness in a terrorism trial.

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Britain scraps £5million foreign aid for Ethiopia's Spice Girls after Mail revealed 'blood boiling' waste of taxpayers' money

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Yegna

• The five-piece pop group Yegna was formed as part of the Girl Effect programme
• Department for International Development has ended partnership with scheme
• Comes after Secretary Priti Patel was challenged about £5.2 million band grant

British taxpayers' money will no longer be used to fund the project behind an Ethiopian girl band.

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