Archive | June 3, 2016

Amnesty International: Dhiittaan Mirga Namummaa Itiyoophiyaa Amma Sadarkaa Yaaddessaarra Gahee Jira

NAIROBI (VOA Afaan Oromoo) — Waggoota 25 darbaniif gochi dhiittaa mirga namumaa Itiyoophiyaa itti caalaa dhufe jedha dhaabbanni mirga dhala namaatiif falmu, Amineestii Internashinaal(Amnesty International). Dhaabbitichi wal gayii mata dureen isaa ‘Dhiittaa Mirga Namummaa Waggoota 25f itiyoophiyaa Keessa Ture’ jedhu irratti marii kaleessa taa’e irratti kana ibse. Kufaatii mootummaa Dargii boodas dhiitamuun mirga namummaa Itiyoophiyaa keessatti […]

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Detainees beaten and forced to appear before court inadequately dressed in Ethiopia

(Amnesty International) — Authorities in Ethiopia should immediately stop the ill treatment of political opposition members and human rights defenders who were beaten in detention and then forced to appear before the court inadequately dressed, Amnesty International said today. The 22 defendants, including political opposition leaders Gurmesa Ayano and Beqele Gerba, Deputy Chief of the […]

Special Procedures: Enhance access, transparency and security for human rights defenders

Geneva (ISHR) – The Special Procedures, or independent experts, mandated and appointed by the UN Human Rights Council, play a vital role in monitoring, reporting on and contributing to the promotion and protection of human rights around the world. More could be done, however, to enhance their accessibility and impact, and to protect those human rights defenders […]

#OromoProtests, June 3, 2016

Solidarity rally at Brussels, Belgium, today 03 June, 2016 BREAKING! Quba Qabduu Fiilmiin “SINGIGGOO” akka hin ilaalamne dhorkamee jira. Qopheessitooti fiilmii kanaa kanaan dura agarsiisuuf ayyama guutuu argatanii kan turan, galgala kana akka hin agrsiisne dhorkamaniiru. Hedduu nama gaddisiisa. Jirma daandii keenya irratti jiksanii konkolaataa keenya deemsa dhorkuun xiyyaara bitnee qilleensa irra akka balaliinuuf nu […]

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Ethiopia: End use of counter-terrorism law to persecute dissenters and opposition members

2 June 2016 (Amnesty International) –The Ethiopian Government must end its escalating crackdown on human rights defenders, independent media, peaceful protestors as well as members and leaders of the political opposition through the Anti-Terrorism Proclamation (ATP) says a group of civil society organisations (CSOs). “The government’s repression of independent voices has significantly worsened as the […]

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